On this edition of Cheddar Rides, we focused on Elon Musk and all of the transportation companies on his plate. From Tesla cars to the Boring Company to SpaceX, can Elon Musk handle it all? We had on a number of guests to find out. First off we took a deep dive into Tesla. From the latest bearish calls on Wall Street - including Morgan Stanley and Citi Group analysts predicting shares could plummet to $10 and $36, to model X and S price cuts and autopilot safety concerns, have Tesla’s problems shifted into high gear or are there fresh opportunities? In a heated debate, we talked to our bull, Ross Gerber, President, and CEO of Gerber Kawasaki and our bear, Gabe Hoffman, General Partner at Accipiter Capital Management. From the road we go underground. The Boring Company is under negotiations to build a Loop system for the Las Vegas Convention Center, potentially changing the face of transportation in Nevada. But, another competitor has stepped in, standing their ground to win over the project. We spoke to Simon Alvarez, reporter for "Teslarati" about the project and his predictions for who will win. And out of this world... It could soon get a whole lot easier to catch up with Elon Musk on Twitter. It all depends on if his Starlink project gets off the ground. SpaceX is set to launch 60 Starlink satellites into space tomorrow via a Falcon 9 rocket. We spoke with Michael Wall, Senior Writer at Space.com about Elon Musk's plan to deliver internet to even remote corners of the globe.