Manage episode 273284684 series 2797631
Season 2, Episode 6. Corey Walsh has been a life long bmxer, but he's only been riding "freestyle" for the last six years and in that time he went from being on the Canadian Olympic race team to being part of the Fast And Loose squad roaming around the world...
Table Of Contents:
0:00 - Intro and spending thousands of dollars on coffee
1:38 - Being in South Africa when Covid-19 started and coming back to America in the middle of the pandemic
12:28 - “Living in a van was the best decision I ever made”
14:50 - “I have serious post-concussion problems”
25:20 - Corey was on the Canadian racing Olympic team
30:02 - Texas Toast was the moment he wanted to ride freestyle
34:25 - Fast and Loose DVD is coming very soon
44:20 - “Build some cool shit” Diy’n spots
47:40 - Quitting racing helped him find who he was...
50:05 - Mental health and helping your friends
1:00:40 - Being sober for 11 months
1:07:10 - Breaking down the curve wall banger from his Cult 2019 section
1:14:20 - “Does your style come natural or is it purposeful?”
1:14:50 - Do women like guys with no front teeth?
1:17:45 - Being punched by a girl
1:19:20 - Passion for woodworking
1:20:45 - His first freestyle contest
1:22:25 - Skate hate and park etiquette
1:32:40 - What is the best park in the world?
1:37:00 - “We need more people to travel and ride bowls.”
1:42:20 - How bad does Jason Watts smell?
1:44:05 - Would Corey film an X Games Real BMX part?
1:46:00 - Do modded spots still count?
1:49:00 - Fast and Loose mega road trip??
1:51:20 - Working on a new Cult part (and sign off)
New logo, new co-host, new location, and a new dog that interrupts the podcast, but it's still the same Unclicked Podcast...now in video form!
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