A full hour of great conversation with mountain bike hall of famer and executive director of IMBA, Dave Wiens
Rachel Osias , education director of the Cascade Bicycle Club in Seattle. Ed Ewing, original founder of the Major Taylor Project at the Cascade Bicycle Club.
Diane sits down with Tyler Hamilton for a chat about… stuff!
Bike Law’s Rachael Maney and Diane discuss women and bicycles.
Episode 4: Dear Alma Mater, We’re All For You Just weeks before his untimely passing to cancer, longtime sports information director Chris Wenzler ‘90 spoke with Dave and Spencer to share his musings on the past 100 years of JCU Athletics and a few of his favorite stories. This would be the final interview of […]
Tour of the Battenkill WILL take place this year, we speak with founder Dieter Drake. Doug Haney, owner of Bike Adirondacks talks about how his company is able to offer up events and tours. Liz Canning, creator, editor, and director of the movie motherload.
National Cyclocross Champion Clara Honsinger talks about racing, school, and more. Wall Street Journal transportation writer Paul Berger tell us about NYC’s new 425 mile protected bikeway plans. And, Reginald “Doc” Wilson gets us all excited about the Peace Peloton Rides.
Bike Law’s Rachael Maney and Diane talk about equity, the law, and cycling. Sgt Mike Wear from the International Police Mountain Bike Association talk about police training and the role of the police in public safety.
We talk Cyclocross with USA Cycling’s Jesse Anthony. Amy Kapp, editor-in-chief of Railts-to-Trails Magazine explains how we can get back out there. Dr. Tab Combs, scholar of transportation and planning helps us understand planning in this age of Covid19 and street unrest
Episode 3: The Legacy of Dewey Dave and Chelsea take us through the short but impactful life of Andrew “Dewey” McCarthy ’81 and how his legacy carries on decades later through his extended JCU family. We interview Dewey’s mother and sister from their home in Boston as well as two of his closest friends who […]