Episode 6: A Christmas Carroll Dave and Chelsea sit down with special guests to explore the origins of JCU’s most cherished holiday tradition
There is always a lot of anticipation for the books, magazines, and bicycle components that come out of the prolific mind of Jan Heine. The Winter edition of Bicycle Quarterly …
This past week, the cycling world lost Eddy Borysewicz – or Eddie B as so many knew him. Eddie died November 16th from COVID 19 while visiting his home country …
Reference Librarian Andrea Lynn discusses her membership with the Jane Austen Society, describes this year’s record-breaking virtual Annual General Meeting, and walks us through a little Jane Austen history.
As many of you know, I am an advisory board member to the East Coast Greenway and when something exciting happens with the organization, I like to share it with …
Fussy frame builder Paul Brodie. Bicycling Magazine’s Lou Mazzante, test editor, gives us some gift giving ideas in the first of a three-part series.
Heights Libraries is accepting applications for a new board position. Community Engagement Associate Isabelle Rew walks you through the process.
Strava CEO and founder Mark Gainey talks about the app and the newest iteration – Metro. Josh Crisp started Pedal for Alzheimer’s and now it’s a nationwide organization.
Bike Law’s Peter Wilborn and Diane talk about advocacy and politics. Dr. Chris Cherry’s “jug-handle design” to keep people from crashing at railroad crossings. Jacob Van Sickle from Bike Cleveland on COIVD’s impact on the organization and what’s new for 2021
Three-fer! USA Cycling CEO Rob DeMartini talks about the future of the organization. Tia Martinson, executive director of FreeBikes4Kidz explains her work. And, a new update from Ben Serotta