PulpMX Show Archive

Eli Tomac was absolutely ripping on the moon-like dirt in Seattle and he comes on to talk about that as well as re-signing with Kawasaki for a new multi-year deal. Ryan Villopoto was in Seattle as well and he comes on for some comedy and race talk. Rick Johnson joins to talk old and new SX. Daniel Blair joins us ot talk about the series and his new gig alongside Jim Holley!

Jake Weimer comes on to talk about his full series fill-in ride with JGR with just a handful of races to go. Tyler "One Punch" Evans was once a top privateer in the sport with a unique persona all his own. He comes on to fill us in on whats he's been up to since the racing ended. This show was really all about "BLOCK-GATE", tons of discussion on this polarizing topic.

The Pulpmx Show hits the road in St. Louis for a Cystic Fibrosis benefit with Matthes, Weege and Anton being joint by Emig, Shaheen, Ray Butts, Forrest Butler, Benny Bloss, the Legends and Heros guys and more.

Jordon Smith wanted a change from his familiar Geico Honda to TLD KTM, most people thoughts he was nuts but the results speak for themselves. He won Detroit and has never looked better. Christian Craig comes onto discuss his Detroit practice altercation, apologize again and talk about his forgetful 2017 SX series.

Alex Martin comes on to discuss his series thus far aboard the TLD KTM team. Ross Maeda of Enzo suspension is always a thrilling interview and he comes on to discuss bouncy things. Dave Drakes talks about his Privateer VIP experience at SX and Michael Lindsay of VitalMX is in studio and guest hosting.

Adam Cianciarulo comes on to discuss the emotional roller coaster he's been fighting to get back to the peak of since his promising start to Supercross 3 years ago. Jeremy Martin was a late addition to the Daytona roster on Ken Roczen's Factory Honda 450 and wowed everybody including himself.

Broc Tickle had himself a helluva night in Toronto and comes on to gush over that sweet sweet podium taste. Martin Davalos, yes you read that correctly, comes on to .... well, who knows where this debut could go. Just listen! Jace Owen is killing it in the Amsoil Arenacross Series and joins us to discuss that succes.

Chad Reed's year has not been going to plan but he's found a few bright spots to gleen positivity from and build on for the second half and 2018. Zach Osborne finally reeled in his first Supercross win and he came on to tell us all about that buidling confidence and momentum.

Cole Seely was a banana peel away from clicking off laps at the front of the pack in Minneapolis and comes on to talk about his series thus far. Adam Cianciarulo finished the East kickoff with a steady 5th. Maintain bro. Luke Renzland had a great heat and debut for the East series. Dan Truman from GET Data comes on to talk tech and The Keefers are in studio.

Mitch Payton comes on to discuss his teams progress on the Wst coast and potificate about his East coast kickoff this weekend. Nick Wey comes on to discuss, well, anything discussed with the NYK is a win so listen in. EKS head honcho Rich Taylor discusses clear vision and testing and The OG Kdub is back in studio. Man, did we miss his musk.

Marvin Musquin has had a little of the good and a little of the struggles thus far in 2017, so we bring him on to see what he thinks of the series through 5 rounds. Justin Hill is on a roll and just killing it, Jimmy Decotis got his best finish of the series in Oakland and we have The Newf and MX Vice's Lewis Phillips in studio!

Eli Tomac seems to have finally emerged from his dark place with a huge break through ride in Glendale. Davi Millsaps has remained healthy through the first four rounds so we wanted to congratulate him on that. And we have Keefer and GRant Langston in Studio for an all-time great bench racing show!

Malcolm Stewart made his Series entrance at Anaheim 2 and he comes on to clear up some things about his late start. Blake Baggett talks about his switch to the RM KTM Team and his series through 3 rounds. Alex Ray talks about having Matthes as a mechanic at A2 and we have the Double Double-U with Weege and Wharton (Blake) in Studio!

Ryan Villopoto comes on to discuss his new Amateur National that is arriving in 2018, Adam Cianciarulo is our West Coast SX correspondent and gives his insight on the second round of racing. Ryan Hughes joins us to discuss his new deal and Randy Richardson of Michelin is in studio for the funnies and deep thoughts!

Mcelrath accomplished a career first for himself, a SX win in the 250W class in the opening round and joins us to talk about his progress. Adam Cianciarulo comes on to discuss his prep for the East coast and give his thoughts on what he saw at A1.  Keefer is on the line from the hi-dez and Eddie Ray is in studio!

It's been a long time in the making but we are finally on the eve of the 2017 season! Phil Nicoletti comes on to argue with Steve about dropping down to the SX2 class, Ralph talks about how exciting the coming series will be, Lars Lindstrom talks about the Red Riders and Seth Rarick is in studio for the entertaining insider perspective.

Matthes and Marx go over the winners of the 2016 Pulpys, play some clips and offer up some thoughts.

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Eli Tomac has some unfinished business following his debut season on Factory Kawasaki and he aims to take a massive step up in 2017. Tyler Bowers took a crazy long time to get his deal put together but in the end, he did and that's what counts. Nick Wey joins us for a talk about what he has going in the coming year and JT is in studio bringing laughs and good hair.

Justin Brayton joins us to talk about how he came to sign with the SmartTop Racing team for 2017 as well as his successes in the Australian SuperX series. Privateer Island teammates and buddies Alex Ray and Cade Clason stop by the studio to talk about their off seasons and plans for 2017. Ping is back in studio, do we really need to say any more?

Broc Tickle hasn't been on in a while and his racing program has some familiarity with RCH for 17 and also a bit of change with a new gear brand. Mark Rodgers of Motorcycle Superstore comes on to discuss some of the branding inner workings for strong team representation. Weege is in studio for another splendid comedic display

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