As many of you know, I am an advisory board member to the East Coast Greenway and when something exciting happens with the organization, I like to share it with …
Fussy frame builder Paul Brodie. Bicycling Magazine’s Lou Mazzante, test editor, gives us some gift giving ideas in the first of a three-part series.
Strava CEO and founder Mark Gainey talks about the app and the newest iteration – Metro. Josh Crisp started Pedal for Alzheimer’s and now it’s a nationwide organization.
Bike Law’s Peter Wilborn and Diane talk about advocacy and politics. Dr. Chris Cherry’s “jug-handle design” to keep people from crashing at railroad crossings. Jacob Van Sickle from Bike Cleveland on COIVD’s impact on the organization and what’s new for 2021
Three-fer! USA Cycling CEO Rob DeMartini talks about the future of the organization. Tia Martinson, executive director of FreeBikes4Kidz explains her work. And, a new update from Ben Serotta
Lynette Toepfer from White Industries. Zapata Espinoza, mountain bike hall of fame inductee and editor-in-chief of Road Bike Action
FLIR Systems’ thermal imaging cameras are changing the way traffic works. Pikes Peak Apex Stage Race 4 breakdown. And, DevahD Cycling… you gotta hear this!
Jen Malik – pro racer, mountain bike team founder, board member, painter, gardener… and very busy girl! Tobie DePauw from PFB talks about the Chiago Race Riot 1919 Tour. Lauen Hefferon from Ciclismo Classico tours.
It’s a 3-fer. Jock Boyer, executive director of Team Africa Rising talks about diversity in cycling. Cameron Chinotti with Stages Indoor Cycling fills us in on a new event to benefit World Bicycle Relief. Ray George, founder of Ohio Gravel Grinders takes us through the site.
Dan Rice, the Ohio & Erie Canalway’s President and CEO joins Diane to talk about the 110 mile National Heritage Area Canal. Andrew “Bernie” Bernstein, whose long and difficult comeback after being hit and left for dead, has led to his “crusade” for better, safer, and more on-purpose drivers.