Greenspeed Trike’s CEO Ian Sims talks about recumbents, motorcycle side cars, and more. Journalist and author Suze Clemtison tells us about her new book “P is for Peloton”. And, we’ve got some great news stories this week!
The Outspoken Cyclist
First up is Hollywood Features’ editor Peter Flax whose recently published piece, “The Ride of Way” gives us details about his experiences as a commute in Los Angeles as well as his perspective on how LA fares for cyclists in 2015. Then, we talk with Tandem and Recumbent publisher and the producer of Recumbent-Con (and Bicycle Touring and Travel Expo) about this year’s show.
Wrapping up Interbike with three great guests: Red Kite Prayer’s Patrick Brady, TexMarket’s Joni Taylor, and outspoken journalist Amanda Batty.
Charlie Kelly might just be the most famous person in mountain biking – and you probably have never heard much about him. Tonight’s your opportunity though. Be ready for some fun!
Professor James Longhurst, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, talks about his book “bike Battles – A History of Sharing the American Road”‘ Senior Gold Medal Olympian Gene Killingsworth shares his secrets to racing into his late 70′s!
Coming up this fall? The New England Bike-Walk Summit & The New England Builder’s Ball. Who put these events together and how are they connected to the East Coast Greenway. We find out all about it from ECG’s trail coordinator, Eric Weis. Then, we head to Austin, Texas to speak with author and journalist Ian Dille about his new book, The Cyclist’s Bucket List.
Tech guru Lennard Zinn talks about his heart issues and what may be lurking under the surface for unsuspecting endurance athletes. Author and foodie Anna Brones talks with us about her book The Culinary Cyclist.
Sam Polcer, Communications Manager for Bike Ne York. Brian David Bruns, award winning author whose personal account of his RAGBRAI experience, documented in his book Rumble Yell. Prepare to laugh!
Have you ever heard the term, “walking quadriplegic”? I hadn’t – but we have a lengthy conversation with Jenny McCune whose 2007 bike crash led to a severe spinal injury. Yet, today she is not only walking again, she is riding. We also have lots of news and conversation this week. I believe we have a thoughtful and fascinating show!
Professor Eric Goff explains how he can predict the winning times of all the TdF stages – long in advance of the event. Bike lawyer Steve Magas catches us up with the recent statistics and what’s going on with cycling here in our state – Ohio.