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DANGERBOY DEEGAN GOES BLUE

7 months ago | Words: Miller Mendham | Photos: The Deegans

After some prior suspicion, Haiden Deegan (aka ‘Dangerboy Deegan’) has ended his nine-year connection with KTM by signing a two-year contract with the Star Yamaha Racing team. This deal takes him from him being a 15-year-old racing the School Boys A and B class into his first professional season. The Star Racing Yamaha Team has recruited prior champions in recent years; guys such as Eli Tomac, Dylan Ferrandis and Christian Craig. So, with Deegan joining the factory team as a junior, it enables him to train with the champs seven days a week. Check out his impressions on the bike, and some brief details of the contract in his latest YouTube video here: 

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