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Cole Seely certainly put in the work on the 250 and 450 fill-in rides over the last few years to get the call from the Honda mothership for 2015. American Honda factory bikes provide some of the most coveted rides in the pits, and he has already proven he can handle the step up. Seely is one of the most humble and down-to-earth riders in the pits, and we always look forward to his interviews on the show.

It doesn’t seem like that long ago that Jake Weimer was on top of the sport, but the cruel reality is that it was an eternity ago as a pro on a dirt bike. Weimer finds himself at a crossroad in his career, being just a few years removed from his 250 West SX Championship and being part of the heroic underdog 2009 Motocross of Nations winning team. Jake has shown some true grit and determination through the highs and lows of his 450 career, and we know the passion is still there. We’ll catch up with our longtime friend for an update on those 2015 plans and beyond.

Coach Robb Beams is our resident training, fitness, and nutritional guru on DMXS. His interviews generate a ton of feedback and emails, and our listeners really enjoy his genuine concern for their success– no matter how big or small the victories are. We’ll get to some of those questions tonight and get the latest on his ever-growing fitness empire. Sign up for his informative newsletter at www.completeracingsolutions.com and get more information on his supplements and training programs.

We’re proud to bring on Troy Lee Designs here at DMXS Radio. You know how much we’ve always admired and appreciated Troy’s contributions and forward-thinking vision to our sport, and we’re excited and proud to be associated with their entire crew.

DMXS Radio thanks our wives, Troy Lee Designs, Moto Dynasty, SCOTT, Shades of Gray, Racer X, MX Sports, DUBYA Wheels, GoPro Cameras, OGIO, Concept2Rowers, Coach Robb Beams, Vurbmoto, Skull Candy, and Stellar MX Graphics for their continued support. Thank you. We couldn’t do it without you!

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