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The Racer X Podcast Network

A podcast from Jason Weigandt and the editorial staff of Racer X Illustrated and Racer X Online covering motocross, supercross, and dirt bike culture.

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Racer X Read Out: Welcome to Supercross (India Edition)
The brand new CEAT India Supercross Racing League has begun importing Supercross into a nation of 1.5 billion potential fans. Take a deep dive as Blake Wharton reads his feature article "Welcome to Supercross" from the August issue of Racer X magazine. For more from DC, Weigandt, Matthes, and the rest of the Racer X crew, subscribe to Racer X.
15:54 6/19/24
Exhaust #257: Windham Gets Real
Enjoy the podcast audio version of Kevin Windham on the Lawrences, Sexton, Deegan, Kitchen, and his own racing career.   Jason Weigandt and Jason Thomas chat with Kevin Windham for an SMX Insider interview, and KDub doesn't pull any punches on his own career, dropping some hard truths about his own successes and failures. He also talks about today's racing, including Jett and Hunter Lawrence, Chase Sexton, Haiden Deegan, Levi Kitchen, and more. Weigandt also starts the show with a rant about fitness in the sport. It's not all about fitness, actually!    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, On Track School, and Racer X Brand. 
32:20 6/13/24
Exhaust #256: The Pro Motocross Preview
Yeah! The great outdoors are here with the 2024 AMA Pro Motocross Championship, and Jason Weigandt, Jason Thomas and Steve Matthes argue and debate the hot topics from both classes in our annual Pro Motocross preview shows. We've clipped the audio from our videos to present these shows in podcast form. So listen in your car, while you're mowing the lawn, or while you're working out. You know JT would need this during one of his three workouts each day.  The Racer X Exhaust podcast is brought to you by Yoshimura, On Track School, and Racer X Brand.
67:33 5/23/24
Exhaust #255: Nathan Ramsey
Nate Ramsey, one of the all-time winningest 125/250F supercross racers, has carved out a great post-racing career, now as team manager of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna. Jason Weigandt rang up Nate Dogg to get the inside story on RJ Hamsphire's 250SX West Region title, and how stressful the day felt at Salt Lake City, as well as Hampshire's race strategy. Did you know finishing second in the heat race was actually an advantage? They also talk about old bikes, and how the 2022 new-generation platform that Hampshire vocally criticized has now morphed into a great race bike. Could Zach Osborne's 2017-2018 250F Championship bikes compete? What about Nate's old (legendary) Honda CRF450R? Yeah, bikes have come a long way. Weigandt chats with Ramsey about it all. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, OnTrack School and Racer X Brand.
56:59 5/16/24
Exhaust #254: The Ex Team Manager, Part 2 (Suzuki's Mike Webb)
Mike Webb tells more behind-the-scenes stories from working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart with Team Suzuki. Plus, how it all shut down. Mike Webb lived the dream life, moving to the top of the racing food chain, as Suzuki team manager for the off-road squad and then transitioning into the top of the motocross and supercross team. From tons of GNCC championships to working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, Mike saw it all. However, it's not always as glorious as it seems, as Mike's time in the supercross paddock came after Roger De Coster and Ian Harrison left for KTM, and Suzuki's support budget was starting to wane. Mike inherited Ryan Dungey and the 450SX and 450MX titles, but Dungey wanted to leave with Roger, immediately. His Suzuki contract forced him to stay. Then Mike and company faced hard luck trying to defend the titles with Dungey, which left a mark. Mike eventually rebuilt with none other than James Stewart. Years later, Suzuki would shut Mike's factory program down, not once, but twice. There are some deep, deep stories from behind the scenes in this interview you won't want to miss. This is part 2 of our two-part podcast with Webb. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
57:49 5/2/24
Exhaust #253: The Ex Team Manager (Suzuki's Mike Webb)
Mike Webb lived the dream life, moving to the top of the racing food chain, as Suzuki team manager for the off-road squad and then transitioning into the top of the motocross and supercross team. From tons of GNCC Championships to working with Ryan Dungey and James Stewart, Mike saw it all. However, it's not always as glorious as it seems, as Mike's time in the supercross paddock came after Roger De Coster and Ian Harrison left for KTM, and Suzuki's support budget was starting to wane. Mike inherited Ryan Dungey and the 450SX and 450MX titles, but Dungey wanted to leave with Roger, immediately. His Suzuki contract forced him to stay. Then Mike and company faced hard luck trying to defend the titles with Dungey, which left a mark. Mike eventually rebuilt with none other than James Stewart. Years later, Suzuki would shut Mike's factory program down, not once, but twice. There are some deep, deep stories from behind the scenes in this interview you won't want to miss. Enjoy part 1 of Jason Weigandt's interview with Mike Webb and be ready next week for part 2. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
69:00 4/25/24
Exhaust #252: Cooper Webb
Jason Weigandt and Jason Thomas got some time this week to talk to Cooper Webb and quiz him on how he approached the final stretch of the season and got the points lead back to a tie with four races to go. Also, he reveals what he's learned about Jett Lawrence's riding style, why things work so well for him with Monster Energy/Yamaha Star Racing, and why he always had such a tough time keeping the weight off -- he has Hashimoto's disease, which impacts the thyroid. With a lot of research and hard work, and his own special brand of grit, Webb has set up an amazing final four races in Monster Energy AMA Supercross. Here's how. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand. Plus, subscribe to the magazine now for a chance to win an Intense Tazer MX All Pro E Mountain bike plus a set of Thor mountain bike gear!
22:51 4/18/24
Exhaust #251: The Cianciarulo Career
There was so much anticipation for Adam Cianciarulo's pro career when it began a little over a decade ago, and now we can look back at it in full because he's announced his retirement. Jason Weigandt has a few thoughts from Adam to share (via the SMX Insider show's exclusive interview) and then Weigandt adds his own thoughts. Hardly anyone had expectations to live up to like Adam did, because he was entering the ranks right on the heels of a 15-year run of Kawasaki Team Green prospects going straight to the top immediately, through Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto. Thus, the microscope was on Adam right from the start to see if he could be the next one, and for a brief moment, he delivered by winning supercross races immediately. Unfortunately, injuries then kicked in, leaving everyone wondering what might have been. Adam surely wondered this more than anyone, but was also able to gain perspective from it all. He might not have won all the races he would have won if he was healthy, but he might have emerged from the process as a better person. That's why his legacy is now not as one of the winningest riders ever, but one of the most liked.    The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
52:59 4/8/24
Exhaust #250: Carson Brown's Secret
Should dirt bikes get faster or slower? Better might not be better. Carson Brown has top-five supercross speed but prefers to rip on old bikes, minis, two-strokes and more. He knows slower and simpler is definitely more fun, and ultimately, probably better. Even if it's worse! While today's bikes posses an amazing blend of power and traction and undoubtably better than old stuff from an engineering standpoint, that capability means more speed, bigger jumps and more cost. Brown has legit speed, and was a top-five threat in 250SX West Region as recently as as 2022. But his real specialty is pit bikes, two-strokes and more, as evidenced by his unbelievable Instagram account where he rips modern-sized obstacles with modern style on bikes that were never intended for such. It's unreal to watch! As part of the famous BBR (Brown Brothers Racing) family that has become iconic in pit bike performance, Carson has ridden more bikes than most. He's having a really good time. What has he learned about mins, two-strokes and more? He's learned that they can be more fun than the big, new stuff. What's more, racing them could be better, too. Is this a message we should be hearing? Jason Weigandt chats with Carson in the latest edition of the Racer X Exhaust Podcast. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
62:46 3/28/24
Exhaust #249: Coty Schock's Remarkable Journey
Jason Weigandt calls up Muc-Off/FXR/ClubMX Yamaha's Coty Schock to of course ask about his miraculous collarbone recovery in one week, but also to get his back story. Coty was absolutely, positively not on the motocross radar when he was younger, but he's gone from barely making the fast 40 night show qualification in supercross to on the verge of a podium. A lot has happened a long the way. Here's Coty's story. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand. Check out the Merch Madness sale and save up to 50%!
42:10 3/21/24
Exhaust #248: Randy Hawkins on Off-Road's Resurgence
Randy Hawkins is a member of the AMA Hall of Fame partially for his success as a racer, with seven AMA National Enduro Championships, and also for helping carry the load for American off-road racing in general. This is Randy's 28th season running the Am-Pro Yamaha off-road squad, which is Yamaha's factory program in the Progressive Grand National Cross Country Series and basically anywhere Yamaha races in the woods. Randy has seen the ups and downs for factory off-road racing, from "getting fired" by Team Suzuki as a racer, to setting up a fledgling Yamaha program in the early days, to developing four-strokes for off-road, and riding out the economic storm of the Great Recession. These days off-road is back in a huge way, from bike sales, to race entries, to factory budgets, and even the types of machines the manufacturers are now producing. Randy, one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet, had a chat with Jason Weigandt to explain how things started, and how it's going. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
60:37 2/22/24
Exhaust #247: The Hustler
Former WMX Racer Sara Price fought, battled, and clawed her way to a driving career, and nearly won Dakar in her first attempt. She was once a WMX racer with support from Kawasaki Team Green, but when her moto career, and the factory support for WMX racing, went away, she had to find a new way to stay competitive. She set her sights on off-road racing in trucks, but the process of succeeding on four wheels is far different from motocross. Sara joins Jason Weigandt to explain truck and car racing, which is based heavily on burning up the phones and emails to try to get financial support. It's a lot of hearing no, all in hopes of one big yes that can get you into a seat. After great success in Baja racing, Sara's goal has always been to tackle the famous Dakar Rally, which she finally got to do this year. And she battled for her win in her first attempt! Further, her boyfriend Ricky Brabec won the race in the motorcycle division. Sara's also an accomplished stunt driver and rider, and even appeared in a Toyota Super Bowl commercial on Sunday. There's a lot to talk about here. Check it out.   The Racer X Exhaust podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
44:37 2/14/24
Exhaust #246: Prado, Ducati, and More with Adam Wheeler
Acclaimed international journalist Adam Wheeler took a quick trip to California to check in on Monster Energy AMA Supercross, so Jason Weigandt and Jason Thomas found some time to ask him what his thinks about topics he's covered for a long time: Jorge Prado, Ducati and the Lawrence brothers. Enjoy a good conversation with one of the best journalists in motorcycle racing today. The Racer X Exhaust pod is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X brand.
22:02 2/1/24
Exhaust #245: 250 East Region Press Conference
The 250SX East Region Championship kicks off this weekend at Ford Field in Detroit. A Tuesday night press conference allowed the media (and now you) to check in on the top riders. Hear from Triumph principals including race team manager Bobby Hewitt, then hear from 250SX class Athletes Haiden Deegan & teammate Daxton Bennick, Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing; Tom Vialle, Red Bull KTM; Austin Forkner & Cameron McAdoo, Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki; Pierce Brown, Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GasGas; Chance Hymas, Team Honda HRC; Jalek Swoll & Evan Ferry, Triumph Racing; Guillem Farres, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna; Preston Boespflug, BarX Suzuki; Jeremy Martin, ClubMX Yamaha; Max Anstie, FirePower Honda.   The Racer X Exhaust podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.    
67:32 1/31/24
Exhaust #244: Post Race Press Conference San Francisco
After a wild mud race at round 2 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, hear from podium riders Chase Sexton, Eli Tomac, and Ken Roczen (450), and Jordon Smith, Levi Kitchen, and Garrett Marchbanks (250) in the post-race press conference, hosted by Dan Hubbard. Sexton and Tomac were happy to go 1-2 in these conditions, but they were just as happy with the improvements they felt they made during the week, and they think they would have been much better in the dry, also.   The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand, and hosted by Jason Weigandt.
42:52 1/14/24
Exhaust #243: Justin Cooper
Justin Cooper isn't one to draw attention to himself, so he's actually okay coming into his first full 450 season under the radar. There's less pressure that way, especially considering Cooper Webb and Eli Tomac are his teammates, and the standards for those guys are very high. But JCoop knows how to ride, he's been up front for his entire 250 career, and Anaheim proved he could be good on a 450, also. When Ken Roczen and Malcolm Stewart got collected and went down early, Cooper got claimed as well. He got up in 20th, and then rallied all the way back to eighth against a stacked field. He even passed Tomac, who was struggling. Maybe JCoop should be getting more attention. Jason Weigandt ringed him up to give him some. The Racer X Exahust podast is presented by Yoshimura and Racer X Brand.
38:53 1/12/24
Exhaust #242: The Supercross Preview Shows
Get your Anaheim fix in the car, in your headphones, or however you listen to your pods with this audio version of our annual Monster Energy Racer X Preview Shows. This pod loops all five video episodes together so you can head the scoops, opinions and arguments from Jason Weigandt, Steve Matthes and Jason Thomas, as they talk about every rider and every story coming into 2024. The Racer X Exhaust podast is presented by Yoshimura, and don't forget to subscribe to Racer X to get the magazine in the mail, plus our Limited Edition 2024 calendar.   
173:17 1/5/24
Exhaust #241: Pre Season Rider Check In
After a week chatting up riders out in California, Jason Weigandt tries to cut through the clutter. There’s an annual pre-season tradition of every rider feeling faster, fitter and stronger for the new year, but that actually won’t be the case for everyone once the racing season begins. Weege tries to cram in as many scoops and angles as he can in this podcast, summing up conversations with nearly every top racer, including Eli Tomac, Chase Sexton, Jett and Hunter Lawrence, Jason Anderson, Justin Barcia, Malcolm Stewart, Dylan Ferrandis, Christian Craig, Adam Cianciarulo, Justin Cooper, Levi Kitchen, Seth Hammaker, Max Vohland, Austin Forkner, Jalek Swoll, Colt Nichols, Benny Bloss and more. The Racer X Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, Leatt and Steel City Men’s Clinic.
50:17 12/14/23
Exhaust #240: Phoenix Honda’s David Eller
Phoenix Racing has been a championship player in a variety of racing series, including dominance in AMA Arenacross and AMA Pro ATV Motocross, and also operates Honda’s factory GNCC team. It has only been a side player in AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross, however, until now. By adding Dylan Ferrandis to the team for the full 2024 season indoors and out, they've got a chance at podiums and race wins. How did this deal come about and how is the team preparing for this step? Jason Weigandt chats with Eller and Phoenix team manager Heath Harrison about the move.   The Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, Leatt, and Steel City Men’s Clinic.
33:54 11/24/23
Exhaust #239: Dylan Ferrandis
Dylan Ferrandis’ 2023 season was filled with frustration, as more injuries mounted in Monster Energy Supercross, and he could not gel with his bike in Pro Motocross. The Frenchman was even considering retirement at one point because he was no longer having fun on the motorcycle. This is a rider who wears his emotions on his sleeve and always tells you how he feels. What he really wanted to try was a Honda, but it wasn’t easy to find a spot to race one. Enter David Eller of Phoenix Honda and Rick “Ziggy” Zielfelder of Factory Connection, with support for Dylan in 2024. Jason Weigandt chatted with Dylan, who is always brutally honest, about the frustration of supercross, his ’23 troubles, and his hopes for the future.     The Exhaust podcast is presented by Yoshimura, Leatt, and Steel City Men’s Clinic.
36:08 11/24/23
Exhaust #238: Brandon Hartranft
After a huge crash one year ago changed his life, The Brick is looking for purpose. Now he's teaming with Cooper Webb for a new online training program.   The news was grim back in March when Jason Weigandt called Brandon Hartranft for an update. In the 2023 pre-season, Hartranft's engine cut out in a rhythm lane, and he went down hard. He was lucky to escape without getting paralyzed, but the road back to normal life was still extremely painful and frustrating. From major concussion problems to nerve damage and fused bones in his back, life has been tough for Brandon. Plus, his racing days are likely over, which is a stark reality for any athlete to confront.    Cooper Webb has been a key friend to Brandon throughout this process, and now they've teamed up for a new training program, called Alphamotocrossdynamics, which provides online training and coaching. Brandon has moved to Florida, which also allows him to work hands-on with riders in the area, as well. Jason Weigandt checks in with Hartranft this time to see how he's doing physically and mentally, and also how Alphamotocrossdynamics works.   The Racer X Exhaust podcast is sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, and Steel City Men's Clinic.
37:16 11/2/23
Exhaust #237: Off-Road Training with Cody Webb
Endurocross and Trials Champion Cody Webb has launched a new online training and coaching program to help climb those mountains.   Jason Weigandt checks in with AMA Endurocross, Hard Enduro, and Trials Champion Cody Webb. Endurocross has kicked off for 2023, and Webb is looking to regain the title. Cody talks about his transition from KTM to Sherco and the journey to get that bike and brand to the top, as well as his own struggles with injuries. Plus, he's launched a new online training program for hard enduro type riding. Want to learn to climb some mountains, or just not be "that guy" on your next trail ride with buddies? Cody can help. Check out https://cw2training.com/   The Racer X Exhaust podcast is sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt and Steel City Men's Clinic.  
35:37 11/2/23
Racer X Read Out: "Made in Ohio?"
Looking at the life and very short times of the 1980 Honda CR250R, the one and only motocross bike that was built in America by the Honda Motor Company. Take a deep dive as Blake Wharton reads his feature article "Made in Ohio?" from the December issue of Racer X magazine. For more from DC, Weigandt, Matthes, and the rest of the Racer X crew, subscribe to Racer X.
14:33 10/19/23
Exhaust #236: MXoN with Roczen, Team USA and France
Jason Weigandt jumps into the discussion on the FIM Monster Energy Motocross of Nations, breaking down how the race was won by Team France (which has now won seven times in the last 10 years), as well as the performance of Team USA, Ken Roczen and more. This podcast also contains post-race audio from the Team USA trio of RJ Hampshire, Aaron Plessinger, and Christian Craig, as well as Roczen and Team France’s Romain Febvre, Maxime Renaux and Tom Vialle.   If Team USA doesn’t win, it usually creates heartbreak from U.S. racing fans, but spirits were different this time because expectations for the Craig/Plessinger/Hampshire trio were not as high as for last year’s Cooper/Tomac/Sexton squad. But would just getting the likes of Sexton and Tomac back on the team in 2024 automatically solve the problem? Weigandt wonders aloud if the 2022 RedBud win is really a sign that Team USA is back, or if the struggles from 2012-2021 might still remain. Also, he discusses the recent love for Ken Roczen, and if Team Australia will be able to get one of these Chamberlain Trophies during the window of the Lawrence brothers. Much to discuss, and here it is.   The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, and Steel City Men's Clinic. Also, be sure to visit RacerXBrand.com and check out our apparel. 
57:04 10/11/23
Exhaust #235: How SMX Came to Be
Now that fans, teams, and riders are truly experiencing the SMX playoffs firsthand, Jason Weigandt circles back to the story of how this all started, with a quick meeting between Feld Motor Sports and MX Sports Pro Racing at Daytona of 2020, then COVID soon after, then cooperation on a much higher level. Weigandt runs through how the two series worked together to form one uniform television package for the first time, where the idea of a unified championship with both series working together came from, how the race teams finally felt a sense of cooperation, and how the FIM ended up no longer involved in American racing (which led the FIM to take bids for a new promotional partner for a new supercross championship, which we now know as WSX. Believe it or not, the seeds of SMX led to WSX being created, which is the opposite of what you probably think). This is a rare look way inside the inner workings of racing behind the scenes.    The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is presented by Yoshimura, Leatt and the Steel City Men's Clinic.
45:37 9/20/23
Racer X Read Out: "Son of Anarchy"
You know that rookie on Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing with the dad who raced, did freestyle, and built a successful business? No, the other one. Meet Daxton Bennick. Get to know Daxton and his dad Todd as Jason Weigandt reads his feature article "Son of Anarchy" from the November issue of Racer X magazine. For more from DC, Weigandt, Matthes, and the rest of the Racer X crew, subscribe to Racer X.
17:47 9/15/23
Exhaust #234: Charlotte SMX Pre-Race Press Conference
Welcome to a special episode of the Exhaust podcast, where Jason Weigandt brings you the SuperMotocross World Championship pre-race press conference from Charlotte in podcast form. Get ready to hear from the best of the best, as we feature riders from the 250 Class and the 450 Class, including the likes of Jett and Hunter Lawrence, Chase Sexton, Justin Cooper, Cooper Webb, and many more. They'll be sharing their thoughts, strategies, and expectations as they gear up for an intense SMX debut. The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, Steel City Men's Clinic, and the WD-40 brand. Also, be sure to visit RacerXBrand.com and check out our all-new summer line of apparel.
52:29 9/8/23
Exhaust #233: The Fast Transition
Hard to believe this season started as a celebration of Eli Tomac's greatness and the new age limits for winners in the sport, and has ended with a whole new generation rushing to the top of the charts. Eli and his peers will be back, but it has very quickly become the dawn of Jett and Hunter Lawrence and Chase Sexton at the top, plus Haiden Deegan making immediate noise in his first pro season. It's the dynamic of these personalities, all with a never-give-up spirit, that will make the next years of battles quite interesting to watch. And hey, eventually Tomac will be back!   Jason Weigandt riffs on the sudden transition and just how amazing Jett's perfect season really was. Plus, audio from Jett, Hunter, Chase and Aaron Plessinger via the post-race press conference.   The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, Steel City Men's Clinic, and the WD-40 brand. Also, be sure to visit RacerXBrand.com and check out our all-new summer line of apparel. 
53:42 8/29/23
Exhaust #232: All Things with Zach Osborne
Jason Weigandt checks in on the current GNCC racer for an update on the woods, and his thoughts on motocross, riding styles, and more.   Zach Osborne's attempt to become a contender in the Grand National Cross Country series has not gone to plan, with a pair of injuries essentially ruining the first half of his first season with Am-Pro Yamaha. He's finally healthy, though, and ready for the series to resume in mid-September. For now, Zach's over in England racing the Vets Motocross des Nations on a YZ250 two-stroke. So we asked him about that and racing in the woods, then began chatting about current motocross: Zach thinks Eli Tomac actually started the new trend in riding that Jett Lawrence has now taken to an almost artful form, and Zach himself is still learning and trying to improve his game by incorporating those techniques. Zacho chats all things dirt bikes with Jason Weigandt in this episode of the Racer X Exhaust Podcast.   The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, Steel City Men's Clinic, and the WD-40 brand. Also, be sure to visit RacerXBrand.com and check out our all-new summer line of apparel.
44:18 8/24/23
Exhaust #231: Ryno Style (With Ryan Hughes)
In an extended version of the interview Racer X Online posted last week, Jason Weigandt catches up with Ryan Hughes to talk about his new relationship with Austin Forkner, how it started, and how it's going. It all flows into Hughes' determined pursuit to refine the way people ride a motorcycle, in hopes that they'll be smoother, safer and more efficient. By the way, that's the exact opposite of the way Hughes rode in his pro days. Back then, he was all about pushing harder, harder and harder. Ryno might seem stubborn, but he's learned the hard way to change his ways, and now he's preaching to others. Let's see how it goes with Forkner!   The Racer X Exhaust Podcast is hosted by Jason Weigandt and sponsored by Yoshimura, Leatt, Steel City Men's Clinic, and the WD-40 brand. Also, be sure to visit RacerXBrand.com and check out our all-new summer line of apparel.
38:48 8/17/23

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