Diane speaks with engineer Damon Rinard whose history begins with Kestrel and moves through many of our top brands in the cycling world helping to develop what is fast, aerodynamic and light. Then, off to the U.K. to speak with author and humorist Tim Moore about his new book, The Cyclist Who Went Out in the Cold… and travel 9,000km on a 20″ wheel German folding bike.
Axel Merck tells us about his winning UCI team Axeon Hagens Berman. With multiple wins, podiums, national titles, and World Tour riders, Axel shares his philosophy about riding, racing, and training. Then, 6-time world pack burro racing champion and the father of a “neuro-diverse” son talks about his life as the father of a’ “autistic” son who surprises his father every day!
Circulation Manager Ty Emerson explains how the library’s new loan policies will improve access for all.
Enigma Bicycles managing director Jim Walker talks with Diane about the British company. Young philanthropist and soon-to-be cross-country rider Jan Gierlach tells Diane how he’s raised $600,000 for charity and what he’s about to do next.
We revisit three of our favorite segments for this, the last show of 2016. National Champion CX racer Jeremy Powers, Shannon Galpin, and Maynard Hershon all make an encore! Enjoy!
Chef Biju Thomas on Indian Food, Skratch Labs, and more. Jonathan Lee talks about the TrainerRoad.com indoor cycling program.
Heights Libraries Librarian Andrea Lynn heads up a special book club that meets at a popular area restaurant.
My one and only guest this week – Richard Schwinn. As always, he is insightful, interesting, and well-informed.
Db and her guests talk about the age around retirement and how it has changed, and the style of work and treatment for the workers on this edition of Minding Your Business.
Alyssa Trebilcock began rowing in 2009 for CYRA, then named CSRA. Alyssa graduated from Gilmour Academy in 2010 and went on to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Alyssa walked-on to the Women’s Rowing team, going on to earn four trips to the NCAA Championship, three of them in the Varsity Eight […]