Two friends, Jeremy Gregory (artist), and Geoff Weeg (musician/artist) explore their journey through this ridiculous world. Geoff creates original music for every episode, and together they interview artists and musicians mostly from the Pacific Northwest. Guests on the show include artists of all types talking about their creative processes, inspirations, and sharing some laughs. Climb inside the candy dish and rot your ear bones!
Weege and Matthes talk about this iconic moto from James Stewart on the KX125, the drama filled 2003 season, Stew's speed and also Ferry's moto 1 450MX win! Special guest Dave Ginolfi sits in as well who was in the race with Stewart and talks about from his perspective
Weege and Matthes break down an epic night in San Diego for CR22 as he gets his first win as a team owner and in two years. We have CR22 manager Dave Osterman join us as well to talk about setting up the team and working with Reed. We also touch on Stew's Yamaha redemption ride, Canard, JT and more.
A huge swing in the 2002 SX series in Dallas this year wth the 125SX race featuring James Stewart and Travis Preston. We talk about this race, the 250SX main event and we even get Preston on the line to tell us about this season, signing with FC Honda and more
Weege and Matthes look back a great 250SX race from Phoenix where Jake Weimer battles Dungey and Hepler for the win while James Stewart goes on to win the 450SX. Weimer calls in with stories of his injured shoulder, his DNQ the week before, his dad's own shoulder injury, his switch to PC after this year and more.…
Great race between Jeff Stanton and Rick Johnson on this day and tons of subplots for Matthes and Weege to break down. Johnson himself jumps on the line to take us through what was going on with him at this time, his relationship with Stanton, the drama around him and more.
What a race in 450MX this was, from Justin Bogle's moto win to Baggett's ride to his words after, Troll Train won a moto, Marv was leading the points. Weege and Matthes talk about that day from their perspective and then Bogle himself jumps to tell us where that ride came from and his change of programs that year.…
Weege and Matthes discuss the thrilling events at Hangtown 1984 national, from the Bailey/Glover crash to Ward and O'Mara going at it to a privateer winning the 250's! We get Cycle News Kit Palmer on the line who was there that day to talk about it as well as tell us old school moto journalism worked.…
Weege and Matthes take a trip down one of the weirdest SX races ever back at the WSX finale at the LA Coliseum and get Davey Coombs on who raced that night as well as Jim Holley who won the championship that night to talk about that night.
Weege and Matthes talk about the insane 2015 Arenacross finals in Vegas, the race between Regal and Hayes, the regional AX champs, doing a webcast from that event, the history of AX and more. We even get Jacob Hayes and Daniel Blair on the line to talk about it from their perspective.
Weege and Matthes discuss another race where Guy Cooper should've won, Bradshaw's epic ride, Doug Dubach winning his first and only career 450SX race and more. We even get Dubach on the line to tell us about that night, where the trophy is, his beloved RM125, what Damon said to him after and more.
Weege and Matthes discuss the Seattle SX in 2012 which was Andrew Short's only 450SX win after getting pressure from Ken Roczen on a 350 (!?!) and a pivotal 250SX race as well. They even get Shorty to stop by the studio to talk about his memories of that night and special guest call from some guy named Moser!…
Weege and Matthes dive deep into this historic national, the last with three classes, the last with works bikes and two privateers winning as well! Honda gave JoJo Keller a factory 500 to race and we even call up Keller to get the story of that day and many other stories as well.
What a race this was, Matthes and Weege cover all the things that happened in the Dome this night, from RC's crash to Nathan Ramsey's only 450SX win and more. The guys even talk to Nate about that night from his perspective.
Weege and Matthes talk about an epic 1990 ATL SX and all that happened there from all the different leaders, the Jeff Ward win, the aftermath, the 1990 season as a whole and more. The guys then call Wardy himself to take us through the memorable night for him, what he did after the race, RJ's injury and more.…
Jeremy McGrath came back to SX racing after two full years away and Weege and Matthes break down his results, what it was like at the time and we hear from McGrath himself on why he did it, how he feels about it now, his perfect walk off and more.
Weege and Matthes break down a couple of epic USGP's starring Johnny O'Mara and Bob Hannah where they took turns winning, all the drama from the other riders, the support classes and we also get O'Mara on the phone to talk about what racing those two years were like.