It’s all about Challenges! The biggest and most successful bike-to-school challenge, developed by Century Cycles here in NE Ohio. And, The perspective of the National 24-Hour Challenge from the seats of a tandem.
The Outspoken Cyclist
Author Kimball Taylor talks about his new book The Coyote’s Bicycle; Lighthouse Cycles’ Tim Neenan shares his 41-year career.
Chef Biju Thomas talks about the Feed Zone Table. Dan Wuori and Diane discuss the tragic deaths in the peloton this past week as well as the upcoming pro season.
Custom frame builder Mike DeSalvo from Ashland, Oregon and urban planner, writer, and author of Urban Revolutions.
Martin Bruhn and the Woodstock Women’s Cycling Grand Prix. Rodney McConnell asks up to Ride the Fault Line. Two interesting conversations, two interesting events!
Custom frame builder Greg White from Magic Cycle Werks. Mayor Gene McGee talks about his town, Ridgeland, MIssissippi
One-hour conversation with 5 great frame builders at the 2016 North American Handmade Show in Sacramento, CA.
Boulder, Colorado’s University Bikes’ shop owner Doug Emerson talks his history, philosophy, and how he was able to get a velodrome built in his area. Happy Freedman, Orthotic consultant, Bike Fitting Specialist, Prosthetics and Orthotics/DME, talks with us about his work and the Hospital for Special Surgery where he is able to avail himself of the finest in specialists and the most cutting edge technology to help people ride longer, faster, and with more comfort.
USA Cycling’s CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall joins me for a lengthy conversation. We talk to Greg and Aleta from Boston Bike Party
Connie Carpenter-Phinney and I talk about all kinds of things from the Davis Phinney Foundation to Taylor’s bid for gold in Rio this summer. “The Don” – Don Walker and I chat about NAHBS 2016 which is coming around the pike at the end of this month