The Century Mark: 100 Hair-Whipping Episodes of Let It Ride

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Episode 100 And We're Letting It Ride

There have been tech issues, setup delays, reschedules and total whiffs...even complete failures to simply record the audio. Through the resistance we have always delivered, and here we have reached episode 100 of Let It Ride.

The Longhairs Content Express has been relentlessly speeding down the tracks for nearly seven years. Now at episode 100 we’re not slowing down. If anything, you might say this is the end of the beginning.

Despite all setbacks and challenges, it’s been a privilege. As El Rubio says, this is what we get to do for a living. Publishing content knowing it’s being read, watched, listened to and engaged with is truly what connects us to the people in this community.

For episode 100, we reflect on memorable moments, guests we’ve had on the show, and how we’ve made it this far. From being recorded on an iPhone in a coffee shop, to our first HQ in Little Italy, El Moreno’s garage, the Ocean Beach field office and the warehouse, to the new HQ and everywhere in between.

We’ve had some good ones, like our most-downloaded episode featuring El Gustavo’s awkward tips on the awkward stage, our strike mission to Austin, and when we forced our employees to get tattoos.

Our heavy-hitting guest lineup has included David James Kennedy, JP Sears, Sierra Colt, Ratty Maty, Marcus Filly, Matt Strahm, and Santa Claus. We even had the pleasure of hangin’ with the late Mark Goffeney.

Chew some fat with the entire in-house staff team at The Longhairs Headquarters, and listen to episode 100 of Let It Ride.

What you'll hear about:

  • Reflections on memorable episodes
  • One of the secrets to making it to 100 episodes
  • A sneak peek at the next product launch
  • Learning how to pitch a baseball
  • What does the future hold for The Longhairs?

Don’t be the person who missed episode 100 of The Longhairs podcast.

Watch the show…

Or find Let It Ride wherever you listen to podcasts.


This episode of Let It Ride is brought to you by The Great Cut 2024, where The Longhairs will attempt another world-record charity hair donation for Children With Hair Loss.

Bros On This Episode

El Rubio | Chris Healy

El Rubio

Co-Founder, CEO & Chief Manetenance Officer for The Longhairs, El Rubio is a writer, traveler, avid skier and athlete. He writes most of the words you read from The Longhairs.

@el_rubio_hq

El Moreno | Lindsay Barto

El Moreno

Co-Founder, President & Chief Follicle Officer for The Longhairs, El Moreno is a husband, father, athlete and creator. He makes most of what you see and interact with on The Longhairs websites.

@el_moreno_hq

El Chuckarino | Charlie

El Chuckarino

Content Manager for The Longhairs, El Chuckarino is a digital marketing pro and family man. He has managed The Longhairs social media presence since 2015.

@charliecairnx

El Gustavo | Gustavo Luna

El Gustavo

Gus has been with The Longhairs since the beginning, and even before that. He is the Warehouse Manager, a designer by trade, and the hair envy of our entire staff.

@gustavoluna

El Garvinski | Garv Ha

El Garvinski

Video Producer for The Longhairs, El Garvinski is a media solutions expert and active health advocate. He directed/produced the iconic Hair Ties For Guys commercial in 2014, and continues firing off heavy content for The Longhairs.

@garvinski

El Spencerino | Spencer

El Spencerino

Fulfillment Specialist for The Longhairs, El Spencerino is a powerbuilder, jiu jitsu practitioner, drummer, and grandmaster of movie quotes. His passion for equality in the hair community is exceeded only by his massive biceps.

@el_spencerino_hq

El Sicario | Jose

El Sicario

Born and raised in San Diego, El Sicario is a former Reconnaissance Marine and private security contractor, now saving bros from the treacherous grasp of inferior hair ties. In touch with his Chamorro heritage, he’s an avid supporter of mental health awareness.

@tab_jose


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