Journalist Marc Peruzzi and cyclists riding dirt. Climate scientist Dr. Maria Caffrey. Barcelona’s urban ecology director Salvado Rueda.
Ed Benjamin, Senior Managing Director of eCycleElectric Consultants and Chairman of Light Electric Vehicle Association, a trade group for the industry, joins me for an in-depth conversation about eBikes. Tucker Schwinn and I talk about bicycle polo!
Local artist Carrie Williams talks about set painting, rainbow vomit, and how to achieve your artistic goals.
Bicycle Retailer’s Steve Frothingham joins me to talk about the effect the tariffs are having on the bicycle industry. City planner Jeff Speck explains his book, Walkable City Rules, and all the reasons why walking and biking need to “share the road”!
Coventry Branch manager Pat Gray invites volunteers to help plant flowers and clean up the Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Park on Saturday, September 28.
Author Daniel De Vise tells us about the Congressional Gold Medal that is threading through Congress for Greg LeMond. Professor Ben Brewer explains his frame builders’ survey. “Urbanist” Gabe Klein talks about… well, lots of great things!
Adult Services Librarian John Piche talks about his upcoming discussion group featuring The New York Times Magazine, 1619 Project.
Debra Bogaards talks about her Equinox spin-club; Sue Prant from Community Cycles in Boulder; Kevin Wren from Wren Cycles
Library Tech Trainer Alyse Giannotti talks fake news in advance of her new Tech Talk, “How to Spot Fake News”.
On the 9th anniversary of the show, it’s Chris Carmichael from CTS in Colorado talking about regaining confidence after a crash; The Department of the Interior announces that eBikes are welcome; and Tim O’Mara from Bearings Bike Shop in Atlanta shares his incredible story of helping kids.