Titanium frame builder Brad Bingham talks about his work. Journalist Michelle Baruchman from the Seattle Times fills us in on what Seattle is doing to help cycling and walking.
Zoe Zeerip talks about living with juvenile arthritis and how she’s adapted to a life of pain and what might have been severe limitation. Eli Akira Kaufman and Barry Gribbon talk about the Los Angeles Country Bicycle Coalition
Transportation engineer and author of Beyond the Automobile blog, Matt Pinder. Kelly O’Mara, editor-in-chief of Triathlete Magazine.
Jenn Dice, COO of People for Bikes talks about the new Ride Spot App; Dr. Michael Lewis is back to talk about brain health and his book When Brains Collide
Diane has the microphone turned around as Brian interviews our host for her 500th episode!
Olympian, multiple national, world champion Mari Holden on her career. Tourissimo tours – what’s happening in Italy!
Tour de Quarantine with race announcer Brad Sohner; Encore presentation of my interview with painter Joe Bell.
Sarah Goodyear, co-host of The War On Cars Podcast, Steve Maxwell & Spencer Martin from the Outer Line talk about the ramifications of the collapsing pro cycling season.
Hello and welcome to TOC. I’m your host Diane Jenks and this is our show for March 21, 2020. Happy spring! Well… maybe. It’s been a really rough week for everyone – regardless of where you live and what you ordinarily do. So, when deciding what to share with you this week, I was pleasantly […]
Adult Services Librarian John Piche discusses the presence of pandemics, contagions, and plagues in literature. Heights Libraries cardholders can access these titles and more using our digital collections at https://heightslibrary.org/services/digital-collection/.