We’re in the new age of information and Chad Reed’s showing us the way.
Stolen from the pages of a chick magazine, check this out and register your vote in the comments section!
Send me your questions and I’ll try my best to answer them the best way I can. Make the questions good, however only one Pourcel/Reed one will be answered. Address after the jump.
After selling right out of our intial run of shirts (I swear to god, that’s the truth) we decided to make a retro logo and flex fit hat available to you lucky bastards.
Well, you missed it. But lucky for you there is an archive and I will be doing this again sometime soon. Thanks to those that tuned in and submitted questions.
Mitch Payton has pretty much been there and done that and in this edition of Pulpmx Classic Commentary, I get him to put the porting tools down and tell me about Glen Helen 1997 250 class. Sit back and watch…
For this week’s Classic Steel we are going to look back at the biggest and baddest of the nineties big bores, the 1995 KTM 550 M/XC.
Ivan Tedesco bowed out but we had some other surprise guests to make up for that. Thanks to everyone for listening.
There were some good, some bad and some ugly in American motocross this summer. Here’s a recap.
I know, I know, I’m like really late with this thing. Just read it anyways and if you want to read the 250 one click HERE. Thanks to Carl Stone for the radical shots.
In 1995 a young Tim Ferry was in his first year on Factory Suzuki and the motocross series travelled to Troy, Ohio late in the summer. The race didn’t go so well for Ferry as he explains here. Sit back…