PulpMX Show Archive

We figured why not try another new twist on the show after a couple in studio guests had pressing issues come up, why not have a bunch of long form phone guests hosts tonight? We have Trey Canard on the line to discuss his thoughts and ideas moving into the 2018 Supercross season with regard to rider safety and a little more structure.

The off-season is winding down and we've brought on a wide array of personalities for this early December show. We have Filthy Phil Nicoletti on to discuss the revamped JGR Suzuki team for 2018. Christian Craig joins us to discuss his reset for 2018 where he plans to return to his 2016 greatness and show everyone last year was merely a hiccup.

It's been a minute but we are BACK with the ever so gentlemanly Andrew Short who comes on to discuss his new racing ventures. Cody Webb, master of Endurocross and just incredibly talented two-wheeled technician is on and we have Keefer in studio with someone you may have heard of.. GRANT LANGSTON!! Oh yes, join us for this legendary episode.

Traders Yamaha's Luke Renzland comes on to talk 2018 with Steve, Berluti and his race director Skip Norfolk! We also have teammate Jayce Pennington on to see what his expectations are for 2018 and with JT on the line, Berluti and Norfolk in studio-- WE CAN'T GO WRONG!

Justin Hill's deal with JGR has finally been announced and he comes on to talk about his goals for 2018. RV lined up at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm and joins us to discuss how his first time on a 2 stroke on a SX style track was as well as his race series that he is working on with Tom Shields who is also on.

Marvin Musquin actually did it, he won the Monster Million! He's on to talk about overcoming the insane odds en route to that massive payday! Jeremy Albrecht hasn't been on in a while so he joins us to catch up. Ryan Holliday comes on to discuss the Amateur aspect of the MEC. Eric Peronnard and Paul Perebijnos are in studio with insight and quick wit!

It's a Shootout banaza bro! We've got a ton of 450 shootout talk with VitalMX's Michael Lindsay, Keefer Inc's Kris Keefer and EKS Brand Goggles' Rich Taylor. We also talk to Kyle Bentley of the recently decommisioned RCH team and THE KING IS ON!!!!!!!! Jeremy McGrath is in the house... or at least on the air.

Just a few American hero's gabbin' about moto bro. Zach Osborne finally achieved a long time dream to be part of the United States MXdN Team and though it didn't turn out great, he's a hero and joins us to to discuss the experience. Cole Seely had an incredibly unfortunate MXdN experience and he joins us to elaborate on that. Pingree is in studio with comic relief and opinions!

We have Cooper Webb on to talk about a trying rookie season in the 450 class which concluded with thumb surgery, Weege to discuss a little bit of everything, and Stank Dog with Daniel Blair both in studio to provide insight and comic relief.

Broc Tickle was one of the riders left standing when the RCH Team was unbelievably disbanded a mere year after winning a Championship... BUT Broc's reputation for being a hard working, highly coachable racer has landed him on the Red Bull KTM right alongside Marvin Musquin and training with Aldon Baker. He joins us to talk about how happy he is looking at 2018.

Paul Malin has been calling the MXGP action for a decade and we were super stoked to have him on tonight to talk about his thoughts on the USGP at WW Ranch. RJ Hampshire represented in a STRONG way for the United States by going 1-1 in the MX2 class and he comes on to talk about the feather in his 2017 cap before starting prep for 2018.

We got the golden days of 90's moto here for your pleasure tonight folks! We have Jeff Ward talking about his Race Across America and his days aside Chicken at Factory Kawi, Micky Dymond is on to talk about his Race Across America as well as a Chicken story or two. Wyn Kern is on to talk about the promotion of WW Ranch for the USGP and new home for the Mini Olympics.

Adam Cianciarulo comes on to talk about his fist National win! Jake Weimer joins us to talk about how rad it is to actually have a plan in place for the race season before it begins. Alex Ray talks all about his Enduro-X experience.

Cole Seely has been selected to represent the USA and he comes on to talk about that honor and how he feels looking forward to the MXdN. Alex Ray comes on to discuss getting lasso'd into racing the Enduro-X this weekend. Ryan Gauld and Justin Thompson join the guest list to discuss the Canadian National series that was this year and the interesting future prospects.

It was another beautiful Washougal for the record books and we've got J-Bone, Langston and 125 Dream event organizer Joey Lancaster on tonight to talk all about the action. Top Jimmy and JT$ are in studio for the level headed voices of reason. It's show 305 yo!

Trey Canard dropped a bombshell just prior to the start of the racing in Millville, his retirement. He's had an impressive career with a rough last few years and he joins us to reminisce and discuss the future. Donnie and Josh Hansen come on to talk riding schools and more. Christian Craig comes on to talk about his topsy turvy season with both Geico and Factory Honda.

Ryan Villopoto joins us to pump up some mot and of course to talk a little trash and we are down with all of it. Philthy is on to, well you know what he does, he finds the darkness in the light and turns it into comedy gold. Donnie Emler JR is always a positive addition to the show and he joins us to tal braaaaap strokes. Jake Weimer is in studio to keep Steve on the level. Great show BRO!

Dean Wilson just took a big step toward being "back" with his podium finish at Southwick and he joins us to dicsuss his healthy 2017. Mike Alessi took the win at a gnarly Gopher Dunes track in the Canadian MX series. Dylan Ferrandis has really been impressive in his debut season in America and we figured it's time to get to know the newest fast French import.

Plessinger finally had himself a great start with a great finish, he's on to talk all about getting those dots connected. AC kept Plessinger honest and looks to be keeping right in the hunt for the title on a bit of a low key note. Davi Millsaps joins us to talk about the fiasco that is training Alex Ray and the joys that come along with that.

It's pretty crazy to think we started in 2010 and here we are in 2017 and celebrating 300 shows with the 2003 Factory Yamaha team! Chad Reed, Timmy Ferry and David Vuillemin all in studio with stories, opinions and bench racing. It's really any moto fans dream come true, including ours!

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