The Outspoken Cyclist – 11/03/2012

If you’re reading this in the eastern United States, congratulations. It means your power is on and the flood waters of Hurricane Sandy have receded. Please remember to support your favorite relief organization to help folks affected by this week’s storm get back on their feet.

In the meantime, we have a great show for you with two great guests. If they weren’t both so self-effacing, they’d wear shirts that say, “I’m kind of a big deal.”

Dave Scott is a six-time Ironman Triathlon champion, who has continued to compete and coach triathlon. Dave was in Cleveland this week as part of the 2013 Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit. As you listen to his conversation with Diane, you’ll get a full appreciation for the depth and breadth of his knowledge of sports physiology, and how willingly he shares it.

Chris Alvarado‘s C.V. reads like a who’s who of Cleveland’s grass roots (Board President of Bike Cleveland and Board Secretary for EDWINS Leadership and Restaurant Institute, member of the Bicycle Advocacy Council at NOACA, and past Board President of Tremont West Development Corporation). His current challenge is as a Fellow in the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ Strong Cities, Strong Communities program.

Two great conversations with two very passionate people, plus news and pontificating from Diane and myself. We hope you enjoy!

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The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
The Modern Electric All We Have Is Now @11:55
The Mountain Goats Dance Music @11:53
Johnny Winter feat. Ben Harper Can't Hold Out (Talk To Me Baby) @11:49
Paolo Nutini Let Me Down Easy @11:45
North Mississippi Allstars Drop Down Mama @11:40
The Airborne Toxic Event Wrong @11:32
Rusted Root Magenta Radio @11:27
Spanish Gold Out On the Street @11:24
Old 97's Oppenheimer @11:20
The Black Keys Gotta Get Away @11:13
Brandi Carlile That Wasn't Me @11:10
Kris Orlowski Believer @11:06

Metal on Metal

Import and independent heavy metal.
@6:30 pm w/Bill Peters - Import / Independent Heavy Metal