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EP. #20 Doug Henry and The Dam
This is a story about roots. I wanted to know how Doug Henry became Doug Henry, the scrappy kid from New England…
On August 1, 1982, an automobile/train collision killed three teenaged motocross riders in Ponca City, Oklahoma . Forty years later, memories of…
EP. #18 Grand Prix Motocross: The 1972 World Championship Season
Terry Pratt spent 35 years working on "Grand Prix Motocross" but died a few years after finishing it. In continuation of Pratt's…
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 1996
On April 27, 1996, Jeremy McGrath fell short of perfection and the rest of the world won’t let him forget it. Audio Version.
Jeremy McGrath, nac nac
The story behind how Jeremy McGrath rescued a BMX trick from obscurity and brought it to Supercross. (Audio version).
Ep. #15 Team USA 2001
We all remember where we were and what we were doing on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Beyond those chilling hours…
EP. #14 Team USA 1981
Team USA was going to skip the 1981 Trophée and Motocross des Nations. Instead they bake-saled their way to Europe and shocked the world by winning, not one, but both of the events.
On Any Sunday Podcast Image
Fifty years after its release, Bruce Brown's motorcycle documentary continues to influence. From Malcolm to Masterson, this is a collection of stories from people whose lives were never the same after watching "On Any Sunday"
Podcast Lead Photo - Modem Killer
They told him not to. But when rookie James Stewart committed to jumping LaRocco's Leap on a 125, Jeff Kardas knew where to point the camera. Podcast version of "Modem Killer: James Stewart vs. LaRocco's Leap"
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