Journalist and author Carlton Reid talks autonomous vehicles, Brexit, and more. Tom Kellogg joins me for a chat about his career and thoughts about fit, riding, and today’s bicycle market
The Outspoken Cyclist
Don Walker talks about this year’s North American Handmade Bike Show. Kyle Bryant tell us about Friedrich’s Ataxia and his new book Shifting Into High Gear. Brad Sauber founder and director of RAID Cycling Tours
The iconic and innovative Tom Ritchey joins me for an hour of talk!
The Great American Bike Trail is revealed by Kevin Mills from Rails to Trails. Pro racer, coach, race announcer, and way more, Bill Elliston talks with Diane about his career and philosophy
Heidi Myers from Louis Garneau talks about the Garneau Don’7 Text & Drive Initiative; Jonathan Asher explains the LWCF and why it needs to be permanently reauthorized. Phil Gaimon is back to talk about his retirement from pro racing and what’s come next.
Debra Banks – The Rivetress – talks about her saddles, the crash that almost put an end to her cycling days, RUSA, and more. Michael Roth , VP of communications for AEG, talks about the Amgen Tour of California
Bringing attention to two recalls that the CPSC doesn’t have the manpower to publicize. In-depth interview with USA Cycling and UCI board member, as well as ride director for the first Colorado Pro Women’s Race, Sean Petty
Joan Hanscom, new executrive director of the Trexlertown Velodrome (The Valley Preferred Cycling Center); Amishland and Lakes Bicycle Tour; Eastern Express Trans-Am route.
This week, I have two fascinating stories told by two Professors. While we talk about cycling pretty much exclusively on the show we’re taking an end run around cycling with my first guest and talking about something I believe you will find interesting and important. Dr. Richard Alley is the Evan Pugh Professor at Penn […]
Retired National Guard Army Sergeant Mark Green talks about his new sport – hand cycling. Frame Builder Tony Pereira talks with Diane about his work..