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.
TASCForce’s Bill Sepe and Ron Brubaker talk about the Veteran’s Trail being planned for NE Ohio. Alex Strickland, Adventure Cyclist Magazine’s editor-in-chief, updates us on the organization. And Craig Calfee joins Diane for a conversation about all thing Calfee Design.
John Stamstad, mountain bike record holder and “hall of famer,” joins Diane for a fun conversation. The Outer Line’s Steve Maxwell and Spencer Martin talk about the state of the pro peloton and whether the riders need a stronger union. Gary Mikitin reviews Dr. Stephen Fabes’ book “Signs of Life.”
Dr. John Loehner, ex-pro bicycle racer now medical director at the Montefiore Medical Center Moses Campus in the Bronx. David Goodrich joins Diane again to discuss his new book, A Voyage Across an Ancient Ocean.
Gabe Klein from Cityfi talks about moving forward with transportation. Lucas Snaije and BYCS from Amsterdam – become a bicycle mayor!
Matt Pinder and Diane talk about Bike Minds, stories of cycling for you. ECG Board Chair Larry Silver and Diane talk about how trails are equitable and inclusive. Colorado Classic is cancelled but out of the ashes… comes a manual for safely running events.
Award winning photographer, consummate cyclist, and journalist Roff Smith talks about his work. Noa Banayan from People For Bikes and what’s happening in D.C. And, Sea Otter Play – the new platform in 2020 for this iconic festival