Ayesha McGowan, a young energetic young lady who has already put two state titles to her credit as a 29 year old racer. Executive Director of Rails-to-Trails gives us a look at the upcoming election from a transportation standpoint. Marlaine Koehler directs the Waterfront Regeneration Trust up in Canada and gives us the lowdown on the 2,000km cross-Canada trail.
The Outspoken Cyclist
Bicycling’s editor-in-chief Bill Strickland and I discuss a whole slew of interesting topics. We review Greg LeMond – Yellow Jersey Racer with editor Guy Andrews.
3 great topics – 3 great guests! Bike Cleveland’s Jacob VanSickle talks about the bike program for incoming refugees; Euan Wilson and H+I Adventures into the Norway Fjords; and Cycling Savvy’s Mighk Wilson
Great discussion about subscription vs ad based content with Patrick Brady of Red Kite Prayer; Philly Bike Expo with master frame builder Stephen Bilenky, Jason Sumner talksb about his book Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills
Gary Solomon talks with Diane about the Laid Back Bike Report – an interactive video show on You Tube that covers the recumbent market.
Link Bicycles, a smart, simple, and well designed brand just premiered at Interbike – we talk with Neil Flock, the designer and owner. Then Michael Charney introduces us to the “Dutch Reach” method. Oh, you don’t know what it is? Listen in!
Oh yeah – Jeremy Powers in the house! Winningest US Rider EVER.. and it’s cross season. Niall Gengler of Pioneer Valley Frameworks gives us his take on custom frame building. Recumbent Cycle-Con is up next weekend and we talk with show director Charles Coyne.
U.S. Department of Transportation’s Barbara McCann talks with us about the new initiatives from her department as well as the Federal Highway Administration’s new Strategic Plan. Ex pro-racer, author, and now inventor Thomas Prehn
KMC Crossfest and the 5th annual New ENgland Builder’s Ball take center stage on the show tonight. We also talk with United Cycle’s Kelly Hodgson about the Fort McMurray fires that forced 80,000 people from their homes last year and how United Cycle and Sport Central stepped up to help.
Award winning author Ed Humes discusses his new book Door to Door; bike attorney Peter Wilborn gives us some great insight into the reality of cyclists on the road