The Outspoken Cyclist – 10/12/2013

Happy International Observe the Moon Night! Here in Cleveland, the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association will have telescopes set up at Edgewater Park from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. There is still time to hop on your bike and do a little gazing!

Being an Astronautical Engineer, our first guest could probably tell us a few things about the moon, but Jim Gourley is here today to dispel some myths about the science of human-powered speed. His new book Faster: Demystifying the Science of Triathlon Speed is an in-depth look at what will (and won’t) make you faster as a swimmer, cyclist, and/or runner. We’ve each got a finite amount of watts; Jim can help us use all of them to go faster.

In the second half of the show, we have news of the pro peloton, rail-line litigation, a bike licensing attempt in Georgia, and bike banning in India.

After the news, Thomas Prehn of Cateye returns to talk about almost everything except Cateye. Thomas is helping organize a fundraiser to help rebuild the town of Jamestown, Colorado, which was a favorite destination of Boulder-area cyclists until last month’s devastating flooding and mountain slides. There is information about how you can help at and Thomas is also heading to India this month to help nurture the budding professional road racing scene there, and he’ll fill us in on that as well.


On the Air

The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
Band of Horses In A Drawer @6:41
Hozier Work Song @6:37
Catfish And The Bottlemen 7 @6:33
Cracker Turn On @6:29
Matt Costa Call My Name @6:27
Islands Back Into It @6:24
LOLO Not Gonna Let You Walk Away @6:21
Empty Houses Rope @6:18
James Maddock Rag Doll @6:13
NeedToBreathe Stones Under Rushing Water @6:10
Ezra Furman Teddy I'm Ready @6:03
John Mellencamp Paper In Fire @5:59

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