PulpMX Show Archive

Cooper Webb hasn't secured a W in the 2022 series yet but he is looking cool and calm, he joins us to talk about the 3 rounds down thus far. Chase Sexton broke through the ceiling in San Diego and joined the premiere-class winners list. Chase is on to talk about getting that monkey off his back.

Plessinger had himself a breakout 450 ride at Oakland and he comes on to talk about that, cowboy hats and 722. Leigh Diffey comes on to discuss his broadcasting career in Moto. Will Hahn is finally back on the show which is always great. We have Weege, Lewis Phillips and Trevor Reis in studio for a fun show!

Anaheim 1 2022 happened and we have the winners from both classes on tonight! Ken Roczen came in under the weather and shocked everyone including himself by securing the win with a very solid ride. He's on to talk about that shock and Christian Craig is on to talk about winning A1, a race he's been coming to since he was three years old.

A1 is upon us and it's an exciting time. Tonight we prime our selves with a tandem visit with Filthy Phil and Scott Huddleston of Motosport.com. Hunter Lawrence joins us to discuss a cool "mall ride" that he Mirts and Redbull have cooked up.

The Legend himself, James Stewart is on tonight for the first time in five years. We covered a range of topics and Stew was as candid as we've ever heard him. He's got a new podcast so he came on to let us know what he's been up to and what his plans are moving forward. Levi Kitchen joins us to talk about the coming season and those whoops that sidelined him until the East Coast 250SX series.

Remember a guy named Andrew Short?! Yeah, that good guy, he's still racing and he's back in studio! It's been too long since we had Shorty on and he's in studio with fellow World Dakar racer, Ricky Brabec! What a catch huh! Wil Hahn is also on the line for what is always a laugh a minute. As if Shorty and Brabec in studio weren't exciting enough, we also welcome in Soul Rider, Kris Keefer!

Justin Brayton had himself an eventful Supercross de Paris and even got a little punt from Antonio Cairolli, he on to talk about that. Ryan Sipes was also in France for the big race and it's always awesome to check in with the two wheeled mad man from Kentucky. DV his on because its just been way too long since we've been graced with the DV logic.

We have Lewis Phillips of MX Vice on to talk all about the awesome MXGP season that just wrapped up and Davey Coombs of MX Sports is on and that series just announced the 2022 Schedule. We'll compare and contrast the series and how they can learn from each other.

Justin Bogle came on to talk about his move over to the HEP Suzuki Team and his goals for 2022. Dylan Wright is a 3X champ in the Canadian MX series and he has been racing the MXGP's since the Canadian series wrapped. We check in with him to get the scoop on the comparison between the two series'.

Aaron Plessinger's move to KTM was finally made public and we had to get him on to talk all about the switch and how he's feeling early in the procession the orange bike. Eric Peronnard is the best dude ever and we have him on to talk Paris Supercross and SX in general. Jay Reynolds of the Arenacross Series is on to talk about that series for 2022.

Jake Weimer has been working with Chance Hymas and being a friend of the show, it was overdue for Jake to come on and update us on what he has been up to. We talked about RV of course too. Chris Hymas is the father of Chance and he joins us to talk about his sons new Factory Honda amateur to Pro deal.

Tyler Medaglia of Team Canada joins us to talk about his MXdN experience in Italy. We have Lewis Phillips of MX Vice on to discuss the MXdN as a whole. Connor Fields comes in studio to detail his Olympic crash and what has been going on with him since recovering. We have Darkside and Keefer in studio as well!

Jett Lawrence secured the 250MX National Championship in the final Moto at Hangtown and he joins us to talk about the special moment. DC is always a great guest and he comes on to talk about the 2021 National MX series and how he feels it went. Also touching on the catastrophe at LL following the Waverly flood. Filthy Phil is on for his weekly segment provided by Motosport.com.

AC comes on to discuss what he's been up to since leaving the series to get the pesky arm problem fixed and his thoughts on the 450 series. Wil Hahn joins us to talk about Michael Mosiman's highly impressive Pala 2 return to racing. Christina Denney is here to hit on the MXdN in regards to the US not participating.

Justin Brayton recently announced he reuniting with the MCR Honda team and he comes on to break the details of that deal HERE first! Ryan Dungey, legend of the sport has been doing some trackside tv work at the Nationals and selling coffee like crazy. We check in with him to see how retired Dad life is going.

The Chiz came off the couch and did what Chiz does-- HE CHIZZED! The silky voice of the number 11 comes on the show to talk about just how he consistently delivers results year after year. Levi Kitchen had a little bit of a hiccup at Budds but he comes on anyway to talk about his transition to the pro ranks and how he thinks it's gone after a couple rounds.

Roczen made the most of the two hiatus and came back to go one-one at Unadilla. Filthy Phil comes on for his weekly rundown one what he thought of the races he was NOT involved with. Jacob Piccolo has been crushing the Canadian 250 MX series and comes on to talk about that. RV is on to talk about being added to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, what a guy!

Chase Sexton had himself a great Washougal with a Moto win and he comes on to talk about his SECRET WEAPON. Zach Osborne joins us to discuss what he has been doing at the races while he has not been racing. Max Anstie comes on to discuss the beef between he and Steve and Phil comes on for his weekly grievance. Keefer and JT are in studio BRO!!

Millville was amazing as we saw another overall 450 winner as well as the 6th different 250 OA winner of the year and we have both of the victors on! Justin Barcia and Jeremy Martin both appear on the show to talk about their great races.

Joey Savatgy has been riding well in the Nationals and he comes on to talk about finding a little consistency in his typical honest manner. Kailub Russell of GNCC fame joins us to talk about his experience in the Nationals so far as well as a daunting phone call from Roger DeCoster. Wil Hahn is back on the show and we are all beyond happy about his return.