Streetsblog.USA’s Angie Schimitt talks about bike share v. bike rental and the ramifications of each. Carlton Reid and I talk about his new book “Roads Were Not Built for Cars”
Gifts for the whole family for your cycling friends with managing editor of Momentum Magazine Mia Kohout. Sarah Johnson, owner of the Omaha Bicycle Company, talks shop and advocacy.
We talk BEER with “Beer Connoisseur Magazine” editor Jonathan Ingram; and I have a great conversation with the “Queen of Pain” Rebecca Rusch about her life, her career, and her new book – “Risch to Glory”
We talk about this week’s one-hour show presented by NPR’s Diane Rehm on October 30th with three guests of our own – Cycling Savvy’s founder Keri Caffrey, Executive Director of the Inland Empire Biking Alliance, Mark Friis, and retired cyclist and CSI – LCI Ron Gurth
I talk with Councilman John Sharp about Kansas City, Mo’s newly passed anti-harassment law. Urologist Dr. Dudley Seth Danoff talk about men’s health. Ex CAT 1-Pro racer Michael King tells us about bi-polar disorder
The Philly Bike Expo, Rails-to-Trails update and what we might expect from the mid-term elections for transportation; Brett Horton talks about the book “Goggles & Dust.”
Brendan Lyon’s “LOOK – Save A Life – Arizona” talks about the organization and the incident that brought his firefighting brothers to his aide. Shannon Galpin, humanitarian, activist, and philanthropist talks about bringing bikes to the women and girls of Afghanistan in her new book Mountain to Mountain
The annual Thriller Ride in London, KY. John Schubert talks about Cherokee Schill’s trial. Steve Hampsten tells us about Hampsten Cycles
Donna Holdiness talks about the death of her husband and the good work that has come from the fund she created in his honor; and, I speak with author Aili McConnon, whose book Road to Valor is one of my top picks for 2014
We highlight NEO Cycle Cleveland the new urban cycling festival here in Cleveland; Joe Prisel, artistic mountain bike builder, tells us about the new Louisville Mega Cavern Mountain Bike Park; and author and TdF historian Richard Moore tell us about his new book, Etape.