CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Wilson was also getting in a little booty ride of his own…what we call the 24 Seconds of Big Booty ride while at Bicycle Sports on Selwyn Avenue not only getting us ready for the Booty Ride, but getting a few bicycle safety tips as well. The 16th Annual 24 Hours of Booty kicks off on Friday and every year Wilson visits with participants and volunteers to get us pumped up for the 24 Foundation‘s 24 Hours of Booty.
ROCK HILL, S.C. – Wilson was at the Novant Health BMX Supercross Track in Rock Hill today where world champion BMX riders are converging on Rock Hill to compete in the UCI BMX World Championships which begins on Tuesday. Rock Hill Mayor, Dan Echols, stopped by to talk with Wilson about the event. The track in Rock Hill is one of the best in the United States with some of the kids even moving to the area to be able to train on the track.
Wilson’s World: Getting Fired Up for Carolina Panthers Football Season at Bank of America Stadium CHARLOTTE, N.C. – With Panthers Training Camp starting Wednesday, July 26th, Fan Fest on Friday, August 4th and the first pre-season game kicking off August 9th at Bank of America Stadium…it’s all about the Carolina Panthers for Wilson this morning! And it wouldn’t be a Panthers’ party without our favorite big black cat…Sir Purr!
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