Two Ryan Fudger podcasts in the past few days! The other day we got the Imprimatur Podcast that Ryan recorded before Ride got shut down, now today Dennis Enarson dropped a new Unclicked Podcast where he talks to Ryan after the Ride situation. In the podcast, Ryan explains everything that happened with Ride and why it got shut down in depth, along with a ton of other things from his history in BMX and growing up with Gary Young, to cars and being a new dad and everything. You can listen to it all right here — Unclicked Podcast – Ryan Fudger
It’s that time for another round of Dennis Enarson‘s Unclicked Podcast! This time around he sits around with Veesh to talk about a TON of different things from his roles at Cult as filmer, helping out with the team, cooking up music for videos, to his love of music and playing instruments, what he’s getting into outside of BMX and much, much more. This is a super good listen and you’ll definitely learn a ton about a guy who spends a lot of time behind the scenes, but has produced a ton of content you have undoubtedly seen! You can check it out over on the UNCLICKED PODCAST WEBSITE now!
“This week on the podcast Veesh, the filmer and behind-the-scenes guy for Cult, stops by with Corey Walsh and Preston Okert. This is the longest podcast yet and I went from not knowing much about Veesh to learning about how interesting his life has been and how he got into filming, music, and bmx. Definitely an episode worth listening to, enjoy!” – Dennis Enarson
The latest round of Dennis Enarson‘s Unclicked podcast has arrived. This time around he sits down with JJ Palmere to talk about his company with the health and wellness side of things, what he’s been getting into lately, riding, traveling and more! You can take it all in over on the Unclicked Buzzsprout page!
“On this episode pro bmx rider and health enthusiast JJ Palmere stops by. JJ talks about his company Plants Basically, how he got into nutrition and started on the path to living a healthy lifestyle, and how he came up in the bmx scene.” – Dennis Enarson