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2021 Supercross Quarantine Show

Dean Wilson on the Supercross Quarantine Show


Presented by O’Neal

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Dean Wilson joins us on today’s episode of the Supercross Quarantine Show presented by O’Neal, and although it is no longer the “hot topic” of the Supercross world, we recap the entire incident with Ken Roczen at Houston Three and also touch on the latest combustible Supercross situation with Barcia and Friese. As of now, it looks as if Deano will try to race this weekend’s Orlando One Supercross, but he will have to see how his freshly broken toe feels as he takes to the race track. As always, it is a great time chatting with Wilson, as he’s one of the most entertaining and candid racers to interview. Enjoy.

Donn Maeda

Donn Maeda is a 30-year veteran in moto-journalism, having worked at Cycle News and Dirt Rider before launching MXracer Magazine and TransWorld Motocross Magazine. Maeda is the Editor-In-Chief at Swapmoto Live and you can catch him on a dirt bike or in the saddle of a mountain bike on most days.

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  1. William Comer February 11, 2021

    Swap, I came over to your website, podcasts, vlogs and videos after moving away from PulpMX. I couldn’t stand Matthes liberal shit anymore. He made stupid comments about Trump supporters and his constant bashing of Trump, but never Antifa, BLM he is too much of a pussy to say anything about them. I know Anton is a liberal, but he doesn’t say stupid shit and I enjoy his content (with all fairness liked Steve’s too, but not with his stupid comments). Anton does good job as well as you do.

    I want to thank y’all for this week’s Kickstart podcast. The part I liked the most is that you didn’t jump on the bandwagon of everyone else and bash VF. Vince is a bad dude and one of the best racers in the world. I like Barcia too, but lapping riders is a race craft and Barcia should’ve been better and more patient. Watch Colt Nichols go through rappers, he makes it an art form. Thanks though (I don’t know VF, I just respect him as a racer and I can’t believe how some of these so called fans act?). Thanks again to Anton, the other guys and you.

    I love it when you call hikers fucking idiots and other names when you go by, lol. I have been into mountain biking since 1983 and got my first motocross bike in 1973, XR75. I have tried to get along with hikers, but the majority of them are douche bags and deserve the recognition go bestow upon them.

    Today I am going to buy a hat and sticker for my truck. I appreciate what you do and I am a fan. Keep it up.

    Will, Florida Cracker Country Boy