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November 25, 2015


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March 25, 2015


JD Beach Signature Collection

JD Beach has been one of Americas top motorcycle talents for quite a few years racing both in the AMA Pro Flat Track series and the AMA Pro Road Racing series. His incredible ability and awesome style in both facets of racing along with his incredibly likable personality has left him with quite the fan base.

That's why we've been supporting JD since we started Defy All Odds. Racing at a professional level in any sport is an amazing feat, racing at a professional level in multiple types and being one of the top competitors is tremendous. There truly is no stopping JD, so check out his signature line and support him in style!

Follow JD: @JDbeach95


January 26, 2015


Defy All Odds F40 on /DRIVE CLEAN

We at Defy All Odds Apparel are fortunate enough to have connections with all kinds of incredibly talented individuals. In this case we got linked up with Larry Kosilla, owner of AMMO NYC and host of /DRIVE CLEAN on the /DRIVE YouTube Channel. Larry went through a complete paint restoration of the infamous F40 many of you have come quite fond of. Check out this video, if you're into detailing Larry is the guy to learn from. If you're not, well the first two minutes are some pretty cool shots of the car! Larry has a series of informational videos on the best ways to clean all different kinds of vehicles, even motorcycles! The video also made it's way on to car blog Jalopnik -…/+pgeorge Check it out!

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January 15, 2015


Meet MX Racer Carson Fiske

Carson Fiske // 6 Years Old // Victorville, CA // Motocross Racer // Born With Amniotic Band Syndrome

Carson and his father Derek reached out to us at Defy All Odds in regards to sponsoring Carson. Once we heard his story and saw some photos/videos of him in action, he was a perfect fit for the message we are trying to illustrate for the world to see. This is Carson's story; get inspired! ( Words of Derek Fiske, Carson's father )

DAO: Tell us about Carson and his journey
DF: Carson was born without the lower half of his left arm. The medical term is called Amniotic Band Syndrome. Amniotic band constriction (also known as "amniotic band syndrome", "ADAM complex", "Amniotic band sequence", "Congenital constriction bands" and "Pseudoainhum") is a congenital disorder caused by entrapment of fetal parts (usually a limb or digits) in fibrous amniotic bands while in utero. Amniotic banding affects approximately 1 in 1,200 live births. 

Carson was born in Apple Valley CA and is currently living in Victorville CA. Growing up he always had his own way of doing things. Just adapting without having to think about "how am I going to do this". From the time he was in his mother’s womb you could tell he loved Motorcycles. Every time we would go to a race or be around the sound of Motorcycles he would move around and seemed like he was super excited. Ever since I can remember all he wanted to do was make motorcycle sounds and watch and play with Motorcycles. He was never a normal kid wanting to watch cartoons or anything, just always asking me to put on Motorcycles on TV. He would watch the same Supercross race every day until the next race came on.  

DAO: How did he get into motorcycles so young? 
DF: His mother and I got him his first bicycle when he was 2 ½ years old. We let him ride it in the house in the kitchen around our kitchen table. He did that for hours and hours lap after lap. Then he got bored of that and started to try and go so fast that he would be doing 180 degree skid outs and 360s. Just after he was 3 we took off the training wheels and he never looked back. I always say that kid is more comfortable on 2 wheels than his own 2 feet.  On his 5th birthday we got him his first motorcycle. It was a 2013 Honda 50. I bought it with training wheels and the very first words out of him mouth were “ Dad can you take these training wheels off”. He rode if for about a month with the training wheels then I went ahead and took them off. He did his first race series in April 2013 at Glen Helen and finished in 3rd. That’s when he fell in love with racing. After that Fall of 2013 we did a MotoxKidz series and Carson ended up in 1st place for the series. After that is when we realized he needed and was ready for a bigger faster bike and we ended up getting him a KTM for Christmas 2013.

DAO: What has been Carson's biggest challenge?
DF: One of the biggest challenges for Carson was as he was getting faster it was getting harder for him to just hold on. He holds on to the bike with his inner part of his elbow between his forearm and bicep. But anytime he would case a jump or a jolt forward his are would slip off. Finally we got in contact with IMG Motorsports James Hill and he was more than willing to help and come up with a bar mount that looks like a hand guard but that Carson can put his arm in and it would slip out. That was one of the biggest confidence boosters Carson had. After that the other challenge was stability on the bike. Not having the second hand to hold the bars made the bars kind of want to go where ever they wanted to go. I ended up calling Scott’s and they made a Stabilizer for the KTM 50’s. We have managed to come up with solutions for every challenge that presents itself so far and I am sure there will be more to come.

DAO: What is Carson's dream as a kid or a racer?
DF: Carson like other kids his age goals are to ride pro one day. I believe the biggest thing about him is the fact that he doesn’t look at himself as a 1 handed kid that rides dirt bikes. To him he is a 6 year old that rides dirt bikes and gets to hang out with all of his friends at the track. He is still a little too young to understand that what he is doing is so special.

DAO: What does "Defy All Odds" mean to Carson?
DF: When we asked him what Defy All Odds means to him he says what we have been teaching him all his life. Let nothing or no one stop you from what you want to do. You can do what everyone else can do and maybe even better. Carson is a very special kid but at the beginning My wife and I made a pack to never treat him any different than any other kid. Like I said before Carson doesn’t think he’s special because he can ride a dirt bike and he only has 1 hand; He thinks he is special because he goes out there, competes, and gives 100% with the other kids his age. He has a blast doing it.      

DAO: Anyone Carson would like to thank?!
DF: Mom, Dad, Victorville Motorcycle Center, IMG Motorsports, Bell Helmets, Spy Optics, Factory Backing.

To learn more about Carson visit or follow him on Instagram @carsonfiske51


December 22, 2014

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H2Oi 2014 by @Mkoziel x Dapper

This year we went out on a limb and decided to take a Ferrari F40 down to H2Oi in Ocean City, Maryland. It was a little bit of a risk bringing such a high end car down but it was well worth the risk based on the exposure! H2Oi for those of you that don't know what H2Oi is, it started out as a week long gathering of German cars, mostly VW's and Audis. In years most recent it's transformed into basically a social gathering of thousands of various cars and people from all over the Eastern side of this continent. To get a full on look at exactly what this years H2Oi was about, check out Mike Koziel's amazing footage. Who would like to see us in 2015 some more surprises? 


December 08, 2014


Seasons Greetings from Mike Koziel & Faction Motorsports

Our good friend Mike Koziel teamed up with Faction Motorsports to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Burning rubber and the scent of pine trees make a wonderful combination when blended with the sound of turbos and holiday music. From the Defy All Odds® Movement to you, Enjoy!

#DefyAllOdds #DareToDefy #ThereIsNoStoppingUs
December 04, 2014


Meet Photographer Anthony LaGorga

Anthony LaGorga // 19 Years Old // Pittsburgh, PA // Photographer // Cerebral Palsy (CP) Diagnosed

Anthony contacted us at Defy All Odds inquiring how to be a bigger part of the movement. After hearing his story and especially seeing his work, we were inspired. So, we brought him on board and now we are telling his story to you. Hopefully you feel the same way after reading; Inspired. 

DAO: Tell us about yourself and your case of CP
AG: I was born with a cleft lip and cerebral palsy. It effects body movement, muscle coordination and is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the brain. It effects me most in that it's hard for me to be on my feet for more then ten minutes at a time but it's also hard for me to sit down for longer then twenty minutes. Because of that I always have to keeping switching it up. Fortunately, I have a real minor case (of CP) but its still a huge thing in my life.

DAO: How has CP effected you?
AG: It started when I was five years old and I had my back operated on. Basically, they cut my muscles in my back and lengthened them. I pretty much lived at the children's hospital for a while. I used to get Botox shot into my ankles then they would cast both of my legs to help get my ankles straight. I had my Achilles tendons cut and lengthened also. Even though I was in a wheel chair when I had to have my legs cast I was still at the dirt bike races every weekend cheering on my brother and his friends who had a race team. 

DAO: What about later on as you grew up?
AG: Fast forward to 7th grade, I started wrestling for my school. I wasn't any good by any means but it kept me active and I loved that i was finally apart of a team sport. Skip to 9th grade, I was friends with everyone in the school, nobody bullied me or anything like it should be. Then I developed really bad anxiety before school. I couldn't even pay attention in class, it go so bad that before I would leave for school I would throw up, once I got there I would sweat really bad and not be able to breath. So, my parents pulled me out of school completely. We tried having the teacher come to my house and I was doing well with that for a little while. Then my parents and the school decided it was time for me to come back regardless that I really wasn't ready. Still, I couldn't handle it and the anxiety was still there so I eventually dropped out with plans of getting my GED. 

DAO: How has CP effected your relationships with people?
AG: About a year after dropping out all my friends from high school slowly drifted away from me and I started to find out that people were talking shit, saying I'm not gonna do anything with my life because I dropped out and that I use my disability to try to make people feel bad for me. Blah blah blah. Since then I have found all my friends I have now and I honestly couldn't be happier with them. They have supported me and helped me so much and I truly can't say thank you all enough.

DAO: How did you get into photography?
AG: About 2 years ago I picked up a shitty $90 camera at Kmart just because I was always taking pictures of my buddies cars and just have always loved photography. Last christmas I finally got my first DSLR (team nikon) and that very day I went and shot my buddies Subaru Sti. I've been through a lot of up & downs with my photography thinking I wasn't good enough to go anywhere with it; But, when I would think that I would just think back to all the kids talking shit. I remember them saying I wouldn't do anything with my life. My photos weren't really getting out publicly or posted anywhere so I pretty much was shooting just for me just because of how much i loved it and how much joy I got out of someone telling me they "love my photos and they can't wait to see more". Recently, my stuff has blown up in the last couple of months.

DAO: How did you get into motorsports or car photography specifically?
AG: I grew up around dirt bikes, cars, Harley's, and so on. I've always had a love for it, when i was about 10 years old I wanted to play football but i couldn't so my dad took me and bought me my first bike which was a 70cc pit bike. I rode for about a year before I started racing pit bikes along side my brother and friends. My doctors did not support this at all and told my parents to sell my bike and I nicely told them to "go f**** themselves, this is what i love and I'm not going to stop doing it". I raced for about 4 years, won 2 championships in my class, and then i sold my bike because I was sick of racing pit bikes. I wanted to move up finally but never had the money to get a big bike so I kind of fell out of racing but it is still and always will be a love of mine.

DAO: What does "Defy All Odds" mean to you?
AG: Defy All Odds.. I mean to be honest, thats sums up how I live my everyday. I wake up and get out of bed, I'm defying the odds of what people think disabled people should or shouldn't do so I guess to me it just means don't let anything stop you, do what you love and enjoy. 

DAO: Anyone you'd like to thank?
 I have to give a big shout out to Royal stance they where the first people to contact me about my car photography and ask me if i wanted to join the Royal Stance family. That's exactly what it is, we have a great group of people in that group; it's a family. Can't forget to mention my other families over at Slammedenuff, StayNmoist, Offensivefitment and of course you guys Defy All Odds. I'm truly honored that all of you guys want me a part of families, it means a lot and I'm just here to prove to people that you can do anything that you set your mind to. I would also like to give a shout out to my friends and family for the support & love they have given me. Big shout out to my dude Dustin Brady, he has helped me out so much with my photography and just my outlook on life in general.

Anything is possible, push your limits and chase your dreams.

Follow Anthony on Instagram to see more - @camburlegz
#DefyAllOdds #DareToDefy #ThereIsNoStoppingUs
November 26, 2014


Fall '14 Video Lookbook by @MKoziel

For some reason there's a lot of abandoned psychiatric centers in our area of New York. With that said there is also a lot of very rad scenery as well as graffiti in most of these places. So, we hiked through the woods of Poughkeepsie and ended up here. Take a watch, let us know what you think and pick up some goods! 


#DefyAllOdds #DareToDefy #NoStoppingUs

October 13, 2014


Breast Cancer Awareness Month


For those of you that don't know, October 1st-31st is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer in general is a really shitty thing and impacts each & every one of us or someone we love at some point in our lifetime. It is our goal in the very near future to drop a few items that are Cancer related and will help to support various foundations moving forward. We also hope that as a movement we can inspire, inform, and bring together you all to get through the odds. 

Every form of Cancer is preventable to a certain extent not through a cure but through knowledge. Since it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month we figured we'd share some info/links about Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer prevention via our friends at!



Cancer is the name of a large group of diseases in which abnormal cells grow in an uncontrolled way. In most cancers, this rapid cell growth eventually forms a potentially dangerous lump of cells, or tumor. Over time, cancer cells can invade other parts of the body and interrupt normal body function, and can ultimately lead to death. All cancers are named for the place in the body where the abnormal cell growth started. 

Breast cancer is a group of cancerous, or , cells that originates in the tissue of the breast. Although men can get the disease, nearly all cases of breast cancer occur in women. After skin cancer, it is the most common form of cancer among women. Most breast cancers begin in the ducts (tubes that carry milk to the nipple) and lobules (glands that make milk).


  • Besides skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among American women. It accounts for nearly 1 in 3 cases of cancers.
  • Only lung cancer accounts for more cancer deaths among American women. 
  • Today, about 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime.
  • A woman in the United States is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes.
  • The chance that a breast cancer patient will be alive five years after diagnosis is lower in women under 40. Statistics indicate that tumors diagnosed in younger women may be more aggressive and less responsive to treatment, making early detection key.








  • Approximately 2.6 million American women with a history of breast cancer were alive in January, 2008.
  • Men can get Breast Cancer too! Although it usually occurs among women, men have breast tissue and can develop breast cancer. About 2,190 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected among men in 2012; approximately 410 men will die from breast cancer in 2012.
  • About 12% of women born today will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetimes. This is equivalent to 1 in 8 women.



  • White women have the highest incidence rate for breast cancer (about 125 women out of every 100,000), followed Black women, then Hispanic women, then Asian/Pacific Islander women, and then American Indian/Alaska Native women. 
  • Death rates from breast cancer tell a different story. Black women have the highest death rates, followed by White women, then Hispanic women, then American Indian/Alaska Native women, and then Asian/Pacific Islander women.


Every woman can decrease her risk of breast cancer by leading a healthy lifestyle, avoiding common toxins that are linked to cancer, and making smart diet choices. Join  The Keep A Breast Non Toxic Revolution to find out more! 

It is important to recognize that some of the factors that increase a woman’s chances of getting breast cancer simply cannot be changed. These include:


The risk of breast cancer increases as women get older, although women under 30 can get the disease. 


Some women inherit abnormal genes that increase their risk of breast cancer. 


White woman are slightly more likely to get breast cancer than African-American women. 


Women with dense breast tissue are more likely to get breast cancer than others. 


Women who have had more menstrual cycles because they started menstruating early (before age 12) have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer.

None of these natural risk factors should discourage anyone from making lifestyle choices that are proven to decrease the risk of breast cancer. In fact, they make it more important to practice prevention now! No matter what your age, race, breast characteristics or genetic history, you can work to prevent breast cancer. These prevention techniques fall into two categories: Your Body and Your House

For more detailed information on the following strategies, visit the Keep A Breast Non Toxic Revolution (NTR) website



How you treat your body, and what you put in and on it, are the foundation of breast cancer prevention. Here are the basics from our Pocket Prevention Guide


Women who smoke or inhale passive smoke may increase their risk of breast cancer by as much as 60 percent.


Keep to a high fiber, low fat diet, and eat les red meat. Women who eat the most red meat have an 88 to 330 percent higher risk of breast cancer. 


Just 30 minutes of aerobic activity 3-5 times a week can lower your risk of breast cancer by 30 to 50 percent. 


Your breasts play a vital role in childbirth, and breastfeeding can lower your risk of breast cancer. Breastfeeding reduces a woman’s total number of lifetime menstrual cycles, which lowers her risk of breast cancer. 

You can also prevent breast cancer by being careful about the products you put on your body. Many makeup and beauty products contain chemicals linked to cancer. Make sure to check products’ “Ingredients” lists, not just the front of the label! Many products state that they are “Natural” but are not chemical free. In 2007, Kline and Company released the “Natural Personal Care: Competitive Brand Assessment and Ingredient Analysis” report, profiling 26 brands and finding that half of the brands positioned as “natural” actually contain mostly synthetic ingredients. So read closely and avoid these tongue twisters:


These are found in lotions, sunscreens and deodorant. They are known to disrupt hormone function, an effect that is linked to increased risk of breast cancer. The skin absorbs this chemical group so well it has been found in most breast tumors! EEK! Check for “Paraben-Free” products.


These are found in nail polishes, air fresheners, detergents, cleaning products and more. Frequent exposure to this chemical, not frequently listed on labels, has been shown to cause explosion of breast tumor cells and makes anti-estrogen treatments, such as tamoxifen, less effective against tumors.


This is a byproduct of processing harsh chemicals to make them less harsh. It is considered a probable human carcinogen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 


Numerous studies link nitrosamines to cancer, and they are banned in the UK and Canada! They are also listed as possible human carcinogens by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and are on the California EPA Proposition 65 list of chemicals known to cause cancer or birth defects. Enough Said!


Lead in your Lipstick? Aluminum in your deodorant? Can you imagine rubbing those ingredients on your body in pure form? Cancerous breast biopsies show higher accumulations of iron, nickel, chromium, zinc, cadmium, mercury and lead than non-cancerous biopsies. One metal that’s great for your body is iron! It’s necessary for blood oxygenation and is found in leafy greens.

Find out more at



Many of the products, materials and chemicals that many of us keep and use in our houses are linked to increased risk of breast cancer. Your body may be your temple, but your house is your home. Keep it safer with these tips and facts: 


Did you know there are 17,000 petrochemicals that are approved for home use in cleaning products – and only about 30 percent have been tested for human and environmental safety?

Instead, use lemon, baking soda and vinegar to clean the house. Stay away from bleach! Use non-bleached toilet paper and tampons.

Can’t make your own? Then use non-toxic alternatives like Mrs. Myers, Seventh Generation, Method, Ecover, or BioKleen.


Plastics slowly leak chemicals into everything they touch. Try to avoid them as much as possible, and be safe when you can’t. 

Never microwave your food in plastic containers.

Use stainless steel or aluminum water bottles.

Never drink out of a plastic water bottle that has been sitting in your car getting hot.

In May 2008, the FDA acknowledged that BISPHENOL A (BPA), a chemical used to make hard plastic, was detected in the urine of 93 percent of the population. BPA mimics estrogen and has been linked to breast cancer and early onset puberty in girls. Look for “BPA-free” on hard plastic drinking cups like sports water bottles, food storage containers or baby bottles.



April 29, 2014

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JR|43 x Defy All Odds - James Rispoli Signature Apparel Line

For Immediate Release
Daytona Beach Fl., April 29, 2014

Former AMA Pro Racer and current British Motorpoint SuperSport Series rider James Rispoli announces the first of a new line of JR|43 x Defy All Odds Apparel.  “The new line is a collaboration with former teammate and owner of Defy All Odds Apparel Corey Alexander,” said James.  “I have supported the Defy All Odds Apparel venture since its inception in 2012 and the time has come to work together to create a stylish shirt for my fans worldwide to wear.  My life represents what the Defy All Odds brand is all about. Through this line I want to share my experiences with fans and people I meet, allowing them to be part of the JR|43 x Defy All Odds movement.  I live my life as if each day is my last and whole heartedly believe anything is possible with hard work and dedication; which is the theme behind my apparel line”. 
Defy All Odds Apparel is very excited to announce the JR|43 signature line. James is a tremendous inspiration for other fans and athletes alike. Owner and designer Corey Alexander said "It's really one of my goals as a brand to help push and market athletes through merchandising and apparel.  There's a lot of inspiration that goes in hand with athletes and the world needs to see and recognize that!". “For the first design we decided to use James’ personal tattoo on the men’s tee and a simple JR|43 signature logo on the women’s 3/4 sleeve raglan tee. The designs are meant to be stylish but also represent what James and Defy All Odds are about”, added Alexander. Both tees are very reasonably priced and are available on and can be shipped worldwide. Look for more to come in the near future from both JR|43 and Defy All Odds Apparel.You can watch James racing in the British Superbike Championship live on Euro Sport 2 Live Stream and catch him on Facebook, @jamesrispoliracing, tweeter @jamesrispoli or follow his Team Traction Control. James' next race is this coming holiday weekend May 3-5 at Oulton Park.For more info click here;–-last-chance-to-save!.aspx
About James Rispoli
James is a 22 year old action sports athlete who as a former AMA Pro Racer who has won two AMA Pro SuperSport Championships in 2011 and 2012.  He also holds two AMA Bonneville Salt Flat Land Speed records and for 2014 he is racing in the United Kingdom in the British Motorpoint SuperSport class for Team Traction Control.


About Defy All Odds Apparel® | #DefyAllOdds
Defy All Odds Apparel was born in 2012 and is run out of NY. We believe that what you wear is who you are. To us a shirt is much more than an article a clothing but a way to illustrate a message, a way to tell people who are and what you're all about. We are heavily influenced by all that make us who we are. We thrive off of but are also inspired by culture, sport, music, fashion, and the trials & tribulations of life. It's our goal not only to offer you the highest quality apparel but to also motivate you to push the limits, to set out and defy all odds.