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Surely our most anticipated episode to date. Cory Nastazio sits down for two solid hours and spits nothing but truth, wisdom, and entertainment. Hyped on this one…

0:00 – Intro & “What do you do everyday?”
2:10 – Cory grills Dennis about his edit
8:05 – Imagine Cory is your father.
13:40 – Cory was the first person to ever pay Dennis to ride BMX.
18:10 – Cory asks Ryan about Our BMX
20:30 – First NORA Cup nomination since 2002
23:50 – Living four hours from his personal trails
28:00 – What Cory does for money these days (besides BMX)
30:45 – “It’s harder to do what I did this year than last year.”
33:15 – Cory’s personal filmer is his 11 year old neighbor
35:30 – BMX needs to accept people who don’t progress anymore
41:45 – “I’ve got so much work to do to be better.”
45:20 – Dennis: “Would you take of the crazy shit back?”
48:22 – Cory and Dennis partying in Austin
53:33 – Radio shows, TV shows, and Issuez Inc.
58:14 – Making $300k at 21 years old
1:00:30 – What was your dumbest purchase?
1:02:29 – Did you grow up poor?
1:05:28 – Simon Tabron’s stroke (LINK HERE)
1:07:30 – Brett Banasiewicz, Stephen Murray, and some heavy shit
1:11:40 – There should be no negativity in BMX
1:14:35 – “People used to think I was a cocky asshole.”
1:16:17 – Are you religious?
1:24:20 – “Stephen Murray’s book did me dirty”
1:28:20 – Would you take a full time job at Vans?
1:34:29 – Nyquist robbed Cory of an X Games gold (confirmed!)
1:37:00 – We find out Dennis has a girlfriend and lots of surfing talk
1:41:00 – The whole thing turns into a Dennis podcast
1:46:45 – “I’m a 42 year old who’s still getting paid to ride a bike”
1:52:50 – Cory gives Dennis life advice
1:56:15 – Mountain Bikes and dirt events
2:02:00 – Still trying to figure out what Cory does everyday and wrapping it up.
2:05:44 – What’s the earliest you’ve done a double flip?

In short, we are the Ride BMX staff out on our own. We’re building from the ground up and our goal is pretty simple. We want to continue what we love. We want to create great content, feature awesome riders, and contribute, push, and show why we love BMX. We sincerely appreciate any and all support… —Ryan Fudger, Jeff Zielinski, Adam Watkins, and Justin Benthien.