It’s Radiothon week! And, we blow out the week with three great interviews! Firs tup, the “voices” of VeloVoices, a great on line pro-cycling site join us from the UK and from the States. Then, we go to Boston to talk with Carlos Perea about his work for World Bicycle Relief. And, finally we have a scholarly discussion with Professor Matt McNees about his new book Sport Philosophy Now.
My first guest, Hugh Walton, holds 12 gold medals and was the force behind world famous Pearl Izumi. It’s a GREAT conversation with an industry veteran. Then, Brian Davis, whose 4 Kickstarter campaigns have been fully funded almost as soon as he launches them, talks about his inspiration, his process, and even shares his success.
Jay Townley talks about the original “Schwinn Total Concept” stores and lots more. Matt Fitzgerald talks with me about
My show is all Dave Towle this week. Wait til you meet this guy! He’s really something.
Unlike drugs that are developed in the lab, it’s often not until a supplements turn deadly that the FDA and other health officials have to stand up and do something. Today’s show highlights that issue as well as delves into whether we really benefit from supplements at all. We also look at a new product to alleviate and even prevent muscle cramps. #ItsAllAboutYourHealth
Welcome to 2016 and the first show of the year! Tim and I decided that, because there was so much more interesting news this past week, we would spend the first 1/2 of our show discussing stuff (very technical term) the we found interest. For example, StreetsblogUSA has a contest running for the “best street […]
3 Fabulous encore interviews! Richard Schwinn, Maynard Hershon, and Ross Shafer! Happy holidays from The Outspoken Cyclsit.
We talk with associate editor of Nelo News Caley Fretz about cycling and terrorism. Then, we head out to Albuquerque to speak with journalist and product reviewer extraordinaire Patrick “Mad Dog Media” O’Grady.
Paris-Bret-Paris American record holder (consecutive events spanning 32 years!) and athletic trainer Paul Bacho talks about his cycling, his work as a NST therapist. Brett Horton tell us more about the Horton Collection and the release of the new holiday book, “Shoulder to Shoulder” Bike Racing in the Age of Anquetil”.
Year-end wrap-up of our sport of cycling with journalist Dan Wuori. A compelling conversation about the Ride for Missing Children with one of the organizers, Lorrie Tibbits.