PulpMX Show Archive

Justin Bogle won his first 450SX heat race and rode a strong race to get a fourth. We’re happy to have him on tonight to tell us why, his plans for outdoors, thoughts on the series in general and more. GEICO Honda’s Cameron McAdoo has been having a good SX season so far as a late fill-in for the Honda guys.

Live from the Oriental Theater in Denver, Colorado it’s the Pulpmx Show with guests Denny Stephenson, Wil Hahn and Buddy Antunez. We talk Denver SX, 250SX, Stew, take some questions, talk to some guests and more.

Rockstar Husqvarna’s Dean Wilson has been riding very well lately and will call in to talk about his 4thin the 450SX main event, the season so far, his outdoor plans, being Jake’s teammate and more. Justin Cooper rode a great race to overcome a couple of crashes to finish on the podium in the 250SX main event.

Christian Craig is in studio to talk about his frustrating stop and start season due to injury, racing outdoors, his take on the 2019 SX season and more. Kris Keefer will also join us in-studio to offer up his takes on what’s been going on.

Mike Williamson left Monster Energy Kawasaki recently and we’ll ask him why that happened, look back on a fantastic career spinning the wrenches, probably talk some James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto and Tim Ferry also. Wil Hahn, manager of the Star Yamaha team, is a friend of the show and just helped Dylan Ferrandis win his first 250SX race in Seattle.

Rockstar Husky’s Zach Osborne will join us to talk about how his 450SX career is going. David Vuillemin, Le Cobra, will call in from some smoky poker room to tell us about his rider Marvin Musquin’s first win, the title chase and more. Nick McCampbell is a mechanic for BullFrog Spas MCR Honda rider Vince Friese (now Mike Alessi) and one of the cooler guys in the pits.

Cole Seely showed speed at Daytona all day long but was involved in a second turn pile-up with his teammate and it was a fight from there.

Aaron Plessinger has had a solid, not spectacular entrance into the rough and tumble world of the 450's and he's on to talk about the transition. Adam Cianciarulo had an incredible 250 E/W Showdown and came out victorious, he joins us to talk about his stellar 2019 season thus far.

Chad Reed had a hell of a Triple Crown event in Detroit scoring a fan-favorite podium, he's on to talk about being the wily-Vet mixing it up with the young pups when it counts. Ryan Dungey is on because well, he and Steve are teammates on Intense cycles and they are gonna buddy-up on air.

Austin Forkner has wowed most of us with his two main wins and zero mistakes, he's on to talk about his solid start. LilD is on to talk about the Drop, Steve's BluCru exhaust and Keefer Inc testing relationship.

Alex Martin had a pretty interesting 250 East coast debut in Minneapolis and he's on to discuss that. Tyler Bowers is on to talk a bit about the events surrounding Feld meeting with riders following #limegate. Alex Ray and Donn Maeda of SwapMotoLive are both in studio for what is sure to be HILARITY!!

 

Eli Tomac finally secured his first win of 2019 in an absolute quagmire of a race in San Diego, he's on to talk about this crazy race. Jimmy Decotis rode his balls off in the slop to  reel in a solid 3rd and the Rippah is on to let us in on his 2019 so far. David Vuillemin is on to talk about the series thus far and Dylan Ferrandis through this first stretch of the West Coast.

We got Tony Berluti in studio so you know we had to get JB10 on to fire up BerlOOTi and talk about about his 2019 season so far. Jess Pettis is on to talk about his progress this SX series and holding an entire Nation on his shoulders. Connor Fields is in studio but NOT playing Fantasy! WHAT?! Alex Ray also calls in to chat about sending it.

Cooper Webb closed the door own two years of struggle in the 450 class with his first win at the first Triple Crown which went down at Anaheim 2.  Andrew Short also comes on to discuss the Dakar race. We have Weege and Philthy in studio for what could only add up to more laughs than either of them have in expendable cash in their pockets.

Blake Baggett had everybody talking in Glendale with his pass and distancing of current 450 champion, Jason Anderson. He's on to talk about the win. Adam Cianciarulo kept his wits about him in Glendale and rode to a convincing win, the likable giant is on to talk about his win and goals for the year.

A1 has dropped and Barcia has ended his slump of the non-win streak in a big way. It's a great story and he's on to talk about it. Dean Wilson nearly had this win in the bag but the track got sloppy and he couldn't reel it in. He talks about his great night.

It was our second Live Show on location and thanks to you and our incredible guests, it was another smashing success. Thanks for your support and we'll see you next time!

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Chad Reed finally has his 2019 plans figured out and he joins us to talk about the many moves he has made prior to A1 to assure 2019 is not another 2018. Justin Bogle has recently found himself in the fortunate position to put his best foot forward on a great team and bike with the RM/ATV/MC crew while Benny Bloss is sidelined.

J Mart comes on to discuss the unfortunate news that he must spend the 2019 race year on the sidelines due to his injury not healing as anticipated. Nick Wey hasn't been on in far too long so he returns as a kind of early Christmas present for us.

Hunter Lawrence is coming in hot with the GEICO Honda team for 2019 and he comes on to introduce himself properly. Marshall Weltin is coming home for 2019 and he fills us in on what living in Europe was like as well as his goals in the US for 2019. Chris Wheeler joins us to talk Suzuki SuzOOOki and we have Kris Keefer in studio keeping things regulated!

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