Have you been to the Coventry Village Branch recently? Branch manager Pat Gray talks about what makes Coventry unique: a branch inspired by the neighborhood it resides in.
Arguably the most famous voice in cycling Phil Liggett joins me for a conversation about him, bike racing, and even about a most pressing cause “Helping the Rhinos” in Africa. Leah Missbach Day, found of World Bicycle Relief, fills us in the organization as it celebrates 10 years this month.
4.23.2015 – Alan Doyle stopped by to chat with WJCU Heights Music Director Karoline.
4.22.2015 – The Speedbumps stopped by a couple day before the CD release show for their new album.
4.20.2015 – Tony Lucca stopped by the WJCU studios before his show.
Eric Litschel talks about riding the Book Bike. If you’re interested in volunteering to ride the Book Bike to community events, come give it a test ride at the Lee Road branch on May 23.
Anna Schwinn talks about her women’s team, Koochella Racing. Matt Bruning and Julie Walcoff tell us about the new $3B Ohio Transportation bill and how bike/ped might benefit. And, the 25th Annual Sea Otter Classic kicked off this weekend and media insider Paul Skilbeck gives us some insight into this year’s events.
Martha Goble of Heights Community Congress discusses an upcoming interactive forum on educational redlining and school ratings.
Tonight we feature the Cycle Adirondacks Tour with event manager Matt VanSlyke and then head out to Callifornia to speak with Vic Armijo, race director for the WEMBO “24 Hours of Weaverville” – 24 Hour World Solo Mountain Bike Championships.
Thie week, DB Hegler talks about service with guests Author Hal Becker & Caitlin Hughes, Customer Service Manager at Novosbed.com.