For motorcyclists and motorcycle racing enthusiasts

We are a weekly podcast that brings the biggest names in motorcycle racing right to fans. In addition to candid interviews with top names in motorcycle racing, we provide insights into the trends and trendsetters driving the motorcycle industry.

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Cole Seely Interview

In 2015, Cole Seely solidified his place among the top 450SX riders, notching his debut premier-class Supercross win as well as numerous podium appearances, finishing third in the final points standings and earning official Rookie of the Year honors. 2018 proved to be a challenge for Seely as he suffered a nearly career-ending crash at the Tampa Supercross, which sidelined him for the remainder of the year. Seely competed at the Daytona Supercross, finishing 13th. He is currently 12th in the point standings with 7 rounds remaining.

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2022 Twins Cup Rider Ben Gloddy

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Ben Gloddy discusses his decision to join the Robem Engineering Team, who his toughest road racing competitor has been, and what he does when he’s not riding.
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We Went Fast Editor Brett Smith

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Brett Smith, Editor of We Went Fast and host of We Went Fast podcast, discusses his recent project Little Giant- The PW50 Story and how it turned into a documentary.
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2021 Motocross Season Wrap-Up

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As 2021 comes to a close, hosts Dave Sulecki and Dale Spangler recap the highlights of the year!
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Publisher Scott Wallenberg On the Origin of Racer X and the Vintage Bike Movement

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Publisher for Racer X, Scott Wallenberg, shares the origin story of Racer X and how he personally was first introduced to motocross.
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