Noah and is a complete badass drummer as well as spending time as an audio tech out in Vegas working with some pretty big names. From traveling with his band at the time to setting up shows in Mexico with less than desirable work settings you could say he is "Living La Vida Loca"..................Sorry.
Kelly is an athletic trainer with certification in cranial sacral therapy. She has been working with athletes with head injuries in action sports as well as collegiate sports for a long time. In this podcast she tells us some stories as well as how to be more aware of what to look for.
Imagine for your childhood you got to grow up at disneyland and watch it turn into what it is now. Well that is what Nina got to experience. Instead of disneyland it was the premiere action sports/ Gymnastics camp in the world.
Jamie obviously needs no introduction, unless of course you aren't familiar with his body of work. In that case I suppose that you would need a quick intro. He's pretty good at riding bikes and he is English. Raymond however is pretty outstanding at riding scooters and from what I understand hails from Cailifornia. We also had a guest appearance by Sam Bestwick as well.
Robin was wife to the late Kevin Robinson and has experienced just about as much as anyone could in the action sports world. Robin has a unique perspective and stories to tell on all her and Kevin's adventures.
We made it to 1/2 a year with these podcasts and I decided to test my limits of rambling solo for an episode. There is some silly, some serious although not very much and some very random ramblings from myself. Even the serious is peppered with joking so I hope you enjoy.
Matteo and I were roommates each summer for a couple years and we got to know each other pretty well. He went on to start a successful engineering company. He even has multi color pens and coffee mugs with his name on it. If that doesn't say "you made it" I am not sure what does.
Although Trish is much more than J. A.T. (just a trainer) that does end up being how she is widely known by her fans and athletes which are one and the same. Trish travels the world helping athletes at many different types of sporting events.
Steve was a big part of Woodward camp for a long time. This is the first of potentially many story times with Steve coming soon. We got to sit down and hear how things started for him at camp as well as some fun camp stories.
Hannah is an 18 year old bmx world champion. At the time of posting this if it were not for the Covid pandemic she would be competing at the olympics this weekend. Find out what it takes to be at the top of the game.
Leigh was a pro BMX rider that over the years has worn many hats and he has done a bunch of stuff too. He is currently the Mongoose bikes team manager. Leigh has been around for a while and seen a lot during his journey with his bike. Spoiler, there is also an appearance by an unexpected guest.
Daniel is from Caracas, Venezuela and has been chasing the dream of the Olympic gold medal his whole life. Daniel is one of the best to do it and is always up for a last minute guest to stop by and record great conversations.
Keith was a staple in the early stages of the BMX community in the northeast. After a long journey to see where his bike would bring him he eventually went on to compete at the highest level in his sport at the X games and invented a trick 10 years ago that very few still do today.
Steve Nowak is a Greenville, Nc. O.G. He is a great story teller on top of having a whole bunch of stories. We sat him down in a crowded restaurant just to hear some old Greenville and BMX pro stories.
Lars Tribus is a 2 time world champion down hill mountain biker with enough stories to write a book. Luckily I got some out of him before that happened so we can all enjoy a little story time with Lars.
Anthony Napolitan is an X Games medalist and World Champion Bmx rider. If that wasn't enough to get you excited he has access to a lifetime supply of hot dogs. Is there a Willy Wonka of hot dogs with some sort of enchanted processed meat factory? Maybe not, but Anthony is pretty cool either way.
Kyle Carlson is the man behind one of the main bmx web sites on a new technology called the internet. Vital Bmx is a major source of information and bicycle motocross content and Kyle is the man behind the scenes.
Don Hampton the Emmy winning director tells how it is. From parenting to traveling the world, riding bikes and filming. It gets real, but we had fun talking about it. We also had a guest appearance via phone call from the one and only Flava Flav.
This episode is kind of what started this whole thing here when someone interviewed me. I figured to start this series I would post this as the first one so you can get to know me as the host before getting into the rest of the interviews I will be posting. Maybe it will be fun, but who can tell.