The Outspoken Cyclist – 03/31/2012

We celebrate Diane’s return from last week’s National Bike Summit with a well-rounded show that includes some advocacy, some art, and a little racing thrown in for good measure.

Leading off, Andy Clarke of the League of American Bicyclists give us his take on the recently completed Bike Summit in DC, including the passage this week of a three-month extension to the national transportation bill.

Next, we talk with Nick Czerula, who has combined his love for cycling (he’s a cyclist himself) with his talent for photography to produce a photo essay book about Richard Sachs. The book is entitled Richard Sachs bicycle maker. As a bonus, he also got to hang out with Richard for a year while working on the book. Can you say jealous?

After some news, we wrap up with a wide-ranging conversation with Tony Eberhardt. Tony is a physical therapist and racer who also coaches the road cycling team at the University of New Hampshire.


On the Air

Hachig Kazarian Medley @6:57
Armenchik Hayastan Jan @6:46
Arman Hovhannisyan 50 Years @6:42
Stefan Sarafian Hidjaz @6:24
Arman Baghtchedjian Im Sirelis @6:20
Artash Asatryan Ges Kisher @6:14
Arman Hovhannisyan Surb Yeriki @6:10
Aram Asatryan Uhsbasoum @6:05
Tata Simonyan Erb alekots tsovi vra @5:54
Nune Yeseyan Ari Knank En Sare @5:50
Erevan Choral Society Anor @5:46
Razmik Amyan Yeraguyn @5:41

Latin Lingo

@8 pm w/La Voz - Spanish and Latin American

Red's Ramblin' Road

@9 pm w/Michelle - Classic Country