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Season 2, Episode 5. I'm a huge Dakota Roche fan, so it was an honor to have Dak on the podcast to discuss his current life and have him open up about some of the struggles that you wouldn't expect...
Table Of Contents:
0:00 - Intro and the Cult Clubhouse keeps getting broken into
2:15 - Coronavirus helping film Native Land 4
12:40 - Choosing music for parts
16:45 - “If Veesh gets a girlfriend, you guys are fucked.”
20:32 - “I had to go to a mental health professional”
36:05 - Blowing up on security when he was younger
40:50 - Being more open/vunerable in BMX
44:30 - “I don’t like when I can’t tell the difference between someone’s video part and instagram.”
51:20 - No longer riding for Monster Energy and riding for Sol-ti
1:03:20 - How lame street courses are at X Games
1:10:50 - Dak’s shoulder spontaneously popped out
1:14:30 - Not conforming his signature frame to the current trend
1:24:20 - Being the host for X Games Real BMX
1:31:20 - Mentoring Sean Ricany
1:35:15 - “I don’t feel like I’m the most naturally talented person.”
1:40:20 - “They’re gonna have to kick me off of Vans.”
1:49:40 - Woodworking / general wrap up.

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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