Emma O’Rielly talks about her years with U.S. Postal and her new book. With May being National Bike Month, it’s time to log those miles with the National Bike Challenge. Kimberly-Clark’s Rob Gusky tells us how.
The Outspoken Cyclist
Arguably the most famous voice in cycling Phil Liggett joins me for a conversation about him, bike racing, and even about a most pressing cause “Helping the Rhinos” in Africa. Leah Missbach Day, found of World Bicycle Relief, fills us in the organization as it celebrates 10 years this month.
Anna Schwinn talks about her women’s team, Koochella Racing. Matt Bruning and Julie Walcoff tell us about the new $3B Ohio Transportation bill and how bike/ped might benefit. And, the 25th Annual Sea Otter Classic kicked off this weekend and media insider Paul Skilbeck gives us some insight into this year’s events.
Tonight we feature the Cycle Adirondacks Tour with event manager Matt VanSlyke and then head out to Callifornia to speak with Vic Armijo, race director for the WEMBO “24 Hours of Weaverville” – 24 Hour World Solo Mountain Bike Championships.
The Indiana University Little 500 is coming up and we talk with race director Jordan Bailey. Along with Jordan, Tom Miller talks about the new companion movie “One Day in April” which will screen the evening of the women’s race on April 24th. Then it’s off to Richmond, Virginia to catch up with UCI World Road Race chief operating officer Tim Miller about the preparations to bring hundreds of thousands of people, media, and world class racing to the U.S.
This week, it’s two wonderful interviews with two great cycling legends. Kent Eriksen was the force behind Moots and now, at Eriksen Cycles, designs and builds his award winning titanium frames. Then, I have a great conversation with Ned Overend about his early childhood, his racing and riding careers, and his take on racing and training.
Diane has a lovely conversation with Master frame builder Dario Pegoretti; Strong Towns transportation expert Chuck Marohn talks about how our transportation system is outdated and what we can do about it.
Academy award winner Torill Kove talks about her animated short film “Me and My Mouton”; Elizabeth Murphy of the League of American Bicyclists fills us in on the National Bike Summit.
Chris Connor talks about Connor Wood Bicycles and his Louisville Slugger machine; author, coach, elite rider, and down-to-earth woman Selene Yeager talks about her struggles with an eating disorder and her way back from the brink.
We’re offering up two great interviews this week – first with framebuilder and mountain bike pioneer Steve Potts and then the owner and founder of Revolutions in Fitness and professional bike fitter Curtis Cramblett. Get your ears on!