Matthes and Weege bring you back to the legendary races of yesteryear. Reliving the excitement of the races we can never stop talking about.
Broc Glover ends his professional USA career with an unlikely 250SX at the Coliseum and Jason Weigandt and Matthes talk to him about that, recapping the promoter wars in SX, Broc's LIT KIT, Cooper causing a huge first turn crash, why Broc didn't race 500's that year, Dubach, an hilarious Jim Holley story and more.…
In this latest ReRaceables, Weege and Matthes talk about the Las Vegas SX finale in 2013, how we had two main events and a shootout, RV clinching the title, Will Hahn winning his title in a chaotic day, ET vs Roczen (still!) and the guys get Will Hahn on the line to talk about his day and what the title meant to him.…
Weege and Matthes look back at a wild Southwick 2009 national where Yamaha's Matt Georke gets his only pro win, 44-year old John Dowd, Reed, Pourcel and more. The guys also get Yamaha team manager at the time, Jmmy Perry, on the line to talk about the day.
Weege and Matthes break down the 2014 MX opener where Jeremy Martin goes 1-1 and wins his first national on an all-new Yamaha YZ250F. We then get J Mart on the phone to tell us about that season, that race and more. Also the guys touch on Dungey/Roczen battle, Stew, they break down the categories and more.…
Weege and Matthes look back at a great race in 2004 between Chad Reed and Kevin Windham in the 450SX main as well as some guy named Keefer leading a 250SX heat. We capture the mood around this race, Matthes at Yamaha, RC's injury and more. Then the guys call Keefer to talk about his big bore, frisbees and more.…
A great race in old-school Daytona SX, Weege and Matthes talk about RJ's win, Bailey's great race, Jim Holley getting a career best result and we even get Hollywood to tell us about it
Zach Osborne joins us to talk about an infamous race in his career and what happened during it, after it and more. We'll also cover the RV/Alessi "pass", GL and PC250, award some categories and more.
Weege and JT talk about the SX opener this year that included a great battle for the win between Trey Canard and Davi Millsaps, the debut of Stew in SX on a Suzuki, Barcia's rookie 450SX year and they even get Millsaps on the phone to tell us about this year.
Weege and Matthes talk about the MX opener in 1995 which was McGrath's first ever 250MX win, the outdoor debut of MX world champion Greg Albertyn, Reynard winning 125's, the depth of the field and then McGrath himself joins to talk about his mx prowess, this track and win, why he decided to get better outdoors and more.…
Weege and Matthes talk about Millville 2006 where the second motos turned into an all time mudder, RC lapping second, Hepler taking the win in 250's and we even get Hepler on the line to tell us about that day, signing his Yamaha deal, what he's up to now and more.
We talk about KTM's first ever 450SX win with Ryan Dungey, the significance of it, the history of KTM racing in the USA, look back at this race. Stew, Deano and then Ryan Dungey himself comes on the show to talk about the decision to move from Suzuki to KTM, the early prototypes of the bike and more.…
Weege and Matthes break down Villopoto's first ever 450SX win and what it meant in the sports history, the Stew/Reed battle, the sport of SX on TV, Alessia's career path and we hear from RV himself as well
Matthes and Weege discuss more of that epic race including covering the 250 class, tour of Tim Ferry's house, talk to the champ Mike Brown and Michelin's Randy Richardson as well
Weege and Matthes talk about the epic finale at Steel City MX in 2001 when KTM's Grant Langston's wheel blew apart costing him a chance at the title, they cover RC's move down to 125's, Mike Brown's day and they even get GL on the line to tell us about what it was like to be him that day. Stay tuned for Part 2 with Mike Brown!…
Matthes and Weege talk about the US Open of SX longform on Racer X Online, the memories of the event, Eric Peronnard the creator of the event calls in to talk about getting sued, Emig winning in '99 and then Emig tells us a funny story from the day he won.
A great night of racing in AZ, Honda's Ezra Lusk takes the win by passing Jeremy McGrath late in the main event. Weege and Matthes talk about that night, where they were, they call up Lusk to chat about it and more.
Weege and Matthes take a look back at the 2011 MXDN in France, the last year that Team USA won the event, Chad Reed's moto win, the super team USA sent and more. Team USA's Ryan Villopoto joins the show also to talk about that day in France, his thoughts on the MXDN now and more.
Weege and Matthes talk about the final round of the nationals in 193 where four titles were up for grabs, one of them being the Wrangler GNC and they talk to the winner of it that day, David Bailey, to get his memories of it,
Weege and Matthes break down the hot as balls Troy, Ohio MX national in 1997 and talk to the winner of the 125 class that day in Damon Huffman. Also jumping on is Davey Coombs, the ESPN pit reporter that day.
Weege and Matthes break down Ezra Lusk's first win in four years, what went into it, they call Lusk up to discuss more. This race features a GL heat race win, a Ferry podium and more!
Great day for the locals at The 'Wick in 1998 and Weege and Matthes dive into this classic race on the latest show. We even have the two winners, John Dowd and Doug Henry on to talk about that day, racing Southwick in general and more of their careers.
Weege and Matthes talk about the epic 2014 A2 race where Reed breaks through for the win, passing Stew! We get Chad on the line as well to tell us what he remembers from this race. Then we award some category winners also!
Weege and Matthes get together to talk about the epic High Point '97 mudder where Damon Bradshaw and Scott Sheak grab the wins for Honda. We have Damon on the show to talk about that day and then DC joins to chat about Sheak, his dad and working as ESPN's pit reporter that day
Weege and Matthes talk about the national opener in 1999, Seb Torelli's great ride, MC racing a one-off, Ferry stories, look back at the broadcast and also get Tortelli himself on the line to share his memories.
We look back at the complete mudder that Daytona 2008 was with Trey Canard, who won the 250SX class that night and also call up Oscar Wirdeman who wrenched for Chad Reed. We cover the highs and lows of this broadcast, the race, give out some awards and more.