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2/1/2019 2:45 PM

If you listen to various podcasts I think everyone has been interviewed to some extent by somebody; except for Jody. He will probably never do it. But other than the Man, I can’t think of anyone I’d like to hear from more. He’s known to be honest damn the consequences. Well, I’d like to hear him answer the tough questions. Print media is dying, and he was the the most influential man in it throughout its heyday and it’ll probably face away with him. He knows where all the bones are buried

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2/1/2019 3:08 PM

dpingree101 wrote:

Thanks for the ideas.... we have a list going and most of these folks are on it. Now, anybody know how to get Jason Lawrence ...more

Should be able to get ahold of J-Law through his probation officer.........

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2/1/2019 3:09 PM

MXD wrote:

Seth Enslow. I know that sounds like a joke but I bet he has a million stories from the 90s.

Not a joke at all, Seth was a mainstay in the dirt bike world for many years.

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2/1/2019 3:11 PM

Warren Reid for sure! A recap of all those different works bike rides would be awesome.

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2/1/2019 8:19 PM

Rex Staten

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2/1/2019 8:25 PM

swtwtwtw wrote:

Rex Staten

F-yes.

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2/1/2019 8:27 PM

Did anyone say Factory Phil? I would think Ping could get some good ones out of him.

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2/1/2019 9:05 PM

How about Danny Laporte?

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2/1/2019 9:10 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/1/2019 9:11 PM

Jeremy McGrath with Phil Lawrence and Jeremy Albrecht

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2/1/2019 9:14 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/1/2019 9:15 PM

Scrape up some ex mechanics and riders from Honda/Yamaha of Troy. Be interesting to hear THOSE story’s of the rise and downfall

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2/2/2019 2:34 AM

Jeremy McGrath
K-Dub
Tony Alessi

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2/2/2019 3:03 AM

I thought that GL was the guest every show??
Did you guys know he used to race pro? And that he was once just a kid in Africa?

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2/2/2019 3:08 AM

Jason Lawrence be good
Ryno
Chad and Ellie
Herlings
Short
Canard
mike Gossler

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2/2/2019 6:38 AM

Jerry Bernardo and JoJo Keller

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still trying to follow Dad's golden rule..."USE YOUR HEAD FOR SOMETHING MORE THAN A HAT RACK!"
current rides:
'13 250SX
'17 701 Husky

2/2/2019 6:45 AM

Great show. I've got a suggestion for future shows. When you put a picture up on the tv behind the panel & it's one that you're talking about, is it possible to put it onto the whole screen for a minute or two so the viewer at home can see it? You know when the viewer can see the image & hear you talking about it in the background. Love seeing pictures when the guys were on mini bikes.

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2/2/2019 6:45 AM

MXD wrote:

Now that we know the format and that they aren't afraid to ask any question, who would you like to see? Here are a few that ...more

Ezra Lusk #11

Would be great to hear from him and also about his times with RC when they were younger and how things changed when they were both pro etc.

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17 KTM 450 SXF - AMAZING!

2/2/2019 6:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/2/2019 7:02 AM

James Stewart.....duh.

Seriously though, what a great show. I was never able to get into the pulp mx podcast due to it just being an audio recording.

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2/2/2019 7:01 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/2/2019 7:02 AM

Tony Alessi would be good.

Or Big James since we know Bubba would never do it.

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2/2/2019 7:34 AM

David Bailey and Broc Glover on the same show.

Photo

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2/2/2019 7:35 AM

Or David Bailey and Rick Johnson on the same show.


Photo

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2/2/2019 8:30 AM

swtwtwtw wrote:

Rex Staten

YamahaJT1 wrote:

F-yes.

I'd love to hear his comments about the ACU having a go at him for his no handed jumps at the Sydney Showgrounds SX. They made (as they always did - and, largely still do, as MA) twats of themselves. Rex just said the wind was blowing his hands off the bars.......

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2/2/2019 8:35 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/2/2019 8:36 AM

1down5up wrote:

Warren Reid for sure! A recap of all those different works bike rides would be awesome.

If you want to hear pure entertainment, try to find Warren Reids' video about, and impersonation of, Gaston Rahier.

"But, I Am, Gaston!"

"Of course, I Am, Gaston!"

It's a classic - done with much love / respect towards Gaston - who was a hell of a character.

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2/2/2019 8:42 AM

1down5up wrote:

Warren Reid for sure! A recap of all those different works bike rides would be awesome.

Bearuno wrote:

If you want to hear pure entertainment, try to find Warren Reids' video about, and impersonation of, Gaston Rahier.

"But, I ...more

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2/2/2019 9:24 AM

I really want to hear james stewarts story. Its a shame we probably never will. Others that would be cool are

Mitch payton
Cairoli
Herlings
DV12
Pourcel
Mcgrath

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2/2/2019 9:30 AM

dpingree101 wrote:

Thanks for the ideas.... we have a list going and most of these folks are on it. Now, anybody know how to get Jason Lawrence ...more

GL rode one of his bikes for a while he can't get him?

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2/2/2019 9:32 AM

Many of the names listed here have done other podcasts. Its going be hard not to do repeats. Hopefully Ping digs up some guests none of us have ever got to hear. Or in depth. Best examples being Roger and then Bones.
So much MX and SX history the fans never get to hear cause of industry politics. But gosh damn GL is annoying. Talks over and interrupts. Many of us going be tired of hearing the well in South Africa stories.
Keep up the great work Ping.

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2/2/2019 9:51 AM

Thanks for putting that up, Ed!

We've had this bullshit of an age limit in MX2 for years now. And now there's an age limit in EMX250, as well.

If crap like that was in place in the 70s, Gaston would not have got his 3 125 titles - the first of which, in '75, he was 28 years of age. Born in 1947, he was a GP regular in the late 60s. Hell, I think John Dowd was 31 when he won the 125 East SX.

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2/2/2019 10:08 AM

in no particular order I'd like to see these guys-

Brock Sellards
Danny Smith
Tallon and Tyson Vohland
Michael Brandes
Donnie Hansen
John Dowd
Mike Metzger
Ezra Lusk
Billy Payne
Robbie Reynard
Larry Ward

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Disregard females, acquire currency.

2/2/2019 11:19 AM

I'd throw Josh Demuth's name in there too.

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2/2/2019 12:06 PM

Jimmy Weinert
Rick Sieman
Tony Alva
Andy Hampsten
Erik Heiden

Please and thank you.

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