Millsaps, Albrecht, Weigandt, Cobra, Black Ops on DMXS Radio TonightWednesday, September 26, 2012 | 2:25 PM
Davi Millsaps basically just tolerates us even though we’ve been bugging him to be on our show since he was on mini-bikes. I’m pretty sure he keeps changing his number to avoid us, but he should know by now that we always find him. It’s always fun catching up with our native southern brother and we’ll get the latest as he prepares for the next chapter of his career on a new team.
Jason Weigandt will be on to help repair some of the international damage his uncle is responsible for regarding the upcoming Motocross des Nations. Lord Alfred Weigandt has taken things a bit too far this year with some outlandish rhetoric.
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Cobra motorcycles is used to racking up amateur titles every year, but they made history at Loretta Lynn’s this summer with their first-ever 65cc class championship and the first by an American motorcycle manufacturer! Their roster of riders continues to impress and we’ll catch up with Sean Hilbert and see what this dominant mini-bike company has planned for 2013 and beyond. www.cobramotorcycle.com.
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