Marc Willers spent over 10 years as a professional BMX Racer. Moving from New Zealand to America in 2010, he became the 2011 ABA National Champion. Marc was a multi-time World Cup Champion who competed at both 2008 & 2012 Olympic Games. Retiring from BMX in 2015, after successfully kicking a career long sleeping pill addiction and 25 years of concussions and injuries, he now looks to help current and future athletes understand the benefits and alternative options in cannabis.

Marc Willers

Athlete Ambassador

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Cyclist (BMX)

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BMX

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Marc Willers spent over 10 years as a professional BMX Racer. Moving from New Zealand to America in 2010, he became the 2011 ABA National Champion. Marc was a multi-time World Cup Champion who competed at both 2008 & 2012 Olympic Games. Retiring from BMX in 2015, after successfully kicking a career long sleeping pill addiction and 25 years of concussions and injuries, he now looks to help current and future athletes understand the benefits and alternative options in cannabis.

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Marc Willers spent over 10 years as a professional BMX Racer. Moving from New Zealand to America in 2010, he became the 2011 ABA National Champion. Marc was a multi-time World Cup Champion who competed at both 2008 & 2012 Olympic Games. Retiring from BMX in 2015, after successfully kicking a career long sleeping pill addiction and 25 years of concussions and injuries, he now looks to help current and future athletes understand the benefits and alternative options in cannabis.