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We've had a couple weeks off from the series for Loretta Lynn's but we're back with Cole Martinez who kept Mike Alessi from extending his LL's title count and Cole is on to talk all about the experience and what he's been up to since retiring from Pr... more
This week Nic Still auditions for the Wrap Up with cohosts Alex Ray & Darkside. They cover Darkside blaming Sexton for crash with Cade, the attempt to call Rick Ware, removing the trees at Washougal, Darkside shutting down Marx’s Birthday Sushi dinne... more
Chase Sexton did what nearly no man has done to Eli Tomac before in the motocross series, he broke him in a second Moto. He's on to talk about keeping his composure, staying on two wheels and grasping some momentum going into the break. Justin Cooper... more
The ponytail guy is the worst at everything, he even sucks at being the show's 'whipping boy'. I would like to see Anton take over his duties.
I’ve listened to every podcast from Matthes, from The Fly Racing Moto 60’s, the all of the Re-Raceables, to every Pulp show and Pulp Wrap Up with The Pony (soon to be Jamie). Couldn’t live without it! more
He catches a ton of flack from people, but in my opinion it’s jealousy. Individuals like Chris cooksey love to hate on him. He just wishes he was in his shoes. No body in Moto media is doing it like mathes. Best coverage, best takes etc.
Steve is the “OG” in the MX podcast space. He does a terrific job in getting me the MX/Supercross news with his weekly Pulp MX show and supporting podcasts. He has relationships with the top riders and routinely has them on his show to discuss previous race weekends and anything else that might be relevant in their racing lives. He might do better job of introducing us to the lessor known guys that might be struggling to make a living and who often have terrifically entertaining stories. There ... more
Best mx pod there is. If you want to know the latest regarding moto, this is the place to get it. Steve matthes has got me through 100’s of hours of driving! Thanks Pulp!!!!
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The PulpMX.com Show launched 13 years ago and published 693 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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