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!
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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!
Blake Baggett showed us a glimpse of the BB from years past this weekend in Colorado in an amazing ride. Damon Bradshaw joins us to talk moto because, well because he's the Beast from the East and he does whatever the eff he wants. Dillan Epstein comes on to give us the true privateer perspective.
Jeremy Martin rebounded in a big way at the Helen's of Glen. He didn't get the overall but he was amazeballs nonetheless. Nick Wey hasn't been on in a long time and that's a travesty, so we borught him back for that good old feeling. Eric Peronnard joins us to talk all things moto and promotion.
Marvin Musquin has accepted his new role as top dog for the Orange Brigade and looked feisty in the closing laps of moto 2 in Hangtown. He's on to discuss his start to the Nationals. Jessy Nelson is finally on to shed light on what he has been up to since his accident. Wil Hahn comes on to discuss BluCru and rip on Steve with Phil.
Zach Osborne provided the most incredibly thrilling race in recent memory and he comes on to discuss his battle from the ground in turn one, to the title. We have a whole bunch of people in studio for some great bench racing on the Vegas finale. Alex Ray, Cade Clason, Christina Denney and Eddie Ray the legend all in the Lion's Den.
Dean Wilson has managed to stick in the 450 series and that's a big step so we're glad to have him on to talk about it. Aldon Baker had a great night in NY and comes on to talk about the Baker's Factory. David Bailey and Jeff Ward, legends by any measure, come on to talk about a crazy cycling race and give their thoughts on this Supercross Series.
Davi Millsaps comes on to talk about 2017 and jab jab Matthes. Malcolm Stewart joins us to talk about his positives in his rookie 450 year and Peick comes on to talk about his return.
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.