Dave Cullinan Interview with Dale Holmes and Tony Degollado

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Dave Cullinan (Cully) was one of the first guys to come from BMX to MTB in the early 90's and show tremendous capability in both Downhill and Slalom. In 1992, he won several major races and the Downhill World Championship at Bromont. Cully never wore armor or gloves, and his balls to the wall style and results helped make him famous. As you'll hear in the podcast, Cully truly has the heart of a champ.

Big thanks to Dale Holmes and Tony Degollado for creating the podcast and allowing us to rebroadcast it on Vital, and all the photographers that captured him over the years.
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  • leelikesbikes

    10/18/2011 3:25 PM

    This was great. As a rider watching Cully in the mags and from (way) afar at the races, I never realized what a interesting, solid guy he is.

  • Northwest

    10/11/2011 10:18 PM

    Hell yeah. This guy is legend. And I have always wondered about what had actually happened to his heart. I had looked up to "Cully" when I was 13 years old. Before I even owned a mountain bike. I saved up my money and bought my first mountain bike that following year and never looked back. He was the best in downhill at the time I was discovering what I wanted to do (Not to mention the best team i.e. DBR). I couldn't imagine what my life would be without mountain bike racing then and now. It's guys like this that can really influence people. Thank You.

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