PulpMX Show Archive

Benny Bloss is running his own privateer effort for the quickly approaching Nationals and we talk to him about how that transpired. Cole Seely was part of FMXFiteClub last week and we check in with the former Factory rider to see what he though of that. Weege joins us from the Loretta Lynn's Ranch to talk all things amateur National. We have Kellen Brauer in studio too!

This Throwback Classic has a ton of Stew talk which is weird because it was unbeknownst to us, his last hurrah. Ken Roczen is in the midst of an incredible 2016 MX title chase. Tony Alessi comes on for the first time since Lazergate and is much more subdued.

We finally have a National Motocross schedule and we have the man who has been working super hard to make that happen, Davey Coombs of MX Sports, to talk about the logistics of it. We also have AC on to talk about how his 450 MX prep has been going and what his goals are for this series. Christian Craig also comes on to discuss his foray into 450MX.

In case you are too new of a listener to have lived through the event and this classic show in real-time, here it is. The Lazergate event is possibly the nuttiest event to ever happen at a pro Motocross race *unless you take into account Lot B at Red Bud. Settle in for a nearly 5hr nonstop Crazytrain. There's sooooo many show references still noted today that were born here. Enjoy!

Settle in, especially if you weren’t on-board in the early days of the show. There’s a lot to ingest here. The stage is set in the Lion’s Den with JT$, Nick Wey and Weege in studio.

We've got a bushel of heavy hitters all in studio tonight so not much airtime for phone guests unless your name is Ryan Villopoto. Tons of great current event Moto talk and plenty of crap talking as well. We even knock out a Keefer After Dark.

We have two of your 2020 SX Champs in Eli Tomac and Chase Sexton on the line to get their thoughts on the titles and unique way this series finished up. Skip Norfolk and Chris Betts are in studio so you know we had fun!Download the archive here.

We've got the hottest duo in Moto in studio! The Lawrence brothers are in our undisclosed SLC bunker as well as A Ray, Seth Rarick and Daniel Blair, whoever that is... ALL in studio. No description needed, it's gonna be an instant classic.

J Mart high tailed it outta SLC to concentrate on MX and he comes on to explain his perspective. Nick Wey joins us to discuss a variety of topics. Dave Prater is on to give his view on how the first 3 SLC rounds have gone. Daniel Blair sneaks his way into the undisclosed location broadcast and Swap Moto's Michael Antonovich is with us as well.

The SLC experiment has made it through round 1 and we have Justin Brayton on to give us his perspective. Sean Brennan of Feld Entertainment stops by to talk about this new racing plan from the organizational end. Daniel Blair comes on to talk about his SLC experience as TV guy and we also have Weege and JT in our temporary studio in SLC.

Mitch Payton is on to give his perspective on the return to racing this Sunday, in incredibly odd times. Adam Enticknap joins us to discuss the PulpMX Yamaha Privateer Challenge Series which he won last year and Cade Clason is on to talk the return as well. Kris Keefer is in studio and in the HOT TUB!!

J-Bone from JGR Suzuki is on and he's talking about the return to racing with a full stable of healthy riders and that is a big deal for the JGR crew. Seth Rarick talks about working at Bakers Factory and racking up miles on his bike. Michael Antonovich was at Moto FITE Klub as well as Justin Brayton's race in Iowa so he comes on to talk about those events.

Adam Cianciarulo joins us to talk about his rookie 450 year, the recovery from his collarbone injury and how his "lockdown" has been spent. RV2 and Mike Alessi have a rivalry that started on minibikes so it may come as a shock that they came on the show as a dynamic duo. We hear from them about this whole Moto Fite Club deal, what it means and how it came together.

Dean Wilson joins us to talk about which proposed racing-resumption plan he prefers and why, as well as his great social media presence. Ryan Hughes comes back on after a long hiatus and why wouldn't it be a long hiatus, the guy is the most interesting and mysterious man in Moto?! Michael Antonovich comes on to talk about the plan to resume racing and how he is hearing it would work.

Hey we're back with another show to lift your spirits during lockdown. Last show "Hammy" got pretty serious with some quad talk and we brought Brayton on to defend himself. Chase Sexton is on to talk about his unique situation thinking about resuming his 250 title defense while also preparing to switch to the 450 for Motocross.

Chad Reed comes on to talk about his view on this Covid19-period in our lives from his experience and how he expects the racing season to resume when the time comes. Michael Lindsay comes on for a bit of on air therapy following what can only be described as the worst year ever to start a race team.

We're back and it's definitely great to get back to talking a little Moto. We have Dave Prater and Mike Muye from Feld on the show to talk about the chaos that unfolded a few weeks ago, how they dealt with it and are hoping salvage the season. Jeremy Mcgrath is on to talk about anything, it's just cool to talk to the King.

It's been a crazy week since Daytona but we're still having a show and trying to keep the mood racing-based. We have new BluCru enlistee Andrew Short on the line to talk about his new deal and the life of a Baja racer. Brian Deegan comes on to talk about his racing family, Daniel Blair comes on to talk the craziness and rumors surrounding the remnants of this Supercross series.

RV stops by to hang out, talk racing, retired life and whatever else he wants. Eli Tomac comes on to talk about ANOTHER Daytona win which puts him at 4 with other Legends. Garrett Marchbanks had a big coming out party with his first win in Daytona and Max Steffens comes on to talk the Fly Racing lifestyle.

Trey Canard comes on to talk about his new gig with Factory Honda and how he finds satisfaction in the new deal. Kailub Russell comes on to talk about dominating GNCC and what he plans to do after retirement. Killian Rusk stepped away from SX for good and he stops by the studio to talk about the transition to civilian life.

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