Richard Schwinn tops by the station to chat about Waterford, steel tariffs, disc brakes, and more. 718 Cycles’ Joe Nocella offer up his philosophy about bike shops and how he’s managed to tweak his business model to attract great clients, staff, and events.
The Outspoken Cyclist
Jim Sayer, executive director of Adventure Cycling Association talks Bike Summit, Adventure Cycling for 2018, and his 2017 cross country trip with his daughter. Phil Taylor, owner of Bespoked Handmade Show in the UK talks about this year’s event.
Paragon Machine Work’s Mark Norstad talks about his history, the work his company does, his induction in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, and his advocacy. Colleen Kelly Alexander tells us her story – from sitting in her Dad’s bike shop as a child to the horrific crash that put her in a coma for 5 weeks and has led to 29 surgeries. Her new book, Gratitude in Motion – beautifully details it all.
Cyclocross icon Katie Compton on her career, her health, and her future. Lennard Zinn in a 2-part conversation – first it’s tech and then it’s health.
Design architect Sarah Morkos from Walker Consultants in Boston talks with me about the options that many of her clients are looking to for bicycle parking – whether it be in a closed parking structure, outside on a surface lot, at a campus, or when there needs to be facilities for thousands of card and […]
Bike Law’s Peter Wilborn talks about road hazards, new laws for cyclists, and more. Chicago Tribune reporter Mary Wisniewski fills us in on her story about the disparity in black vs white neighborhoods and ticketing for cycling infractions by the police. And, an encore interview with frame builder Rody Walter.
Cycling in Italy with an American Chef? Why not? Heather Dowd and Beppe Salerno of Tourissimo Bike Tours talk about their Chef Bike Tours. Thenm, Chris Gillemet from VeloFix explains the mobile repair business through his franchise operations. Finally, it’s a nice chat with Craig Calfee about Cuba, bamboo bikes, and some of the other projects he’s working on right now.
Susie Marcks from Strider Bikes talks about the company’s products, events, and philanthropy. Mass Bike’s Richar Fries and I discuss what’s NOT happening with law enforcement when a cyclist is hit and killed. And, it’s a preview of the 2018 North American Handmade Bike Show with the show’s director, Don Walker.
Dr. Tod Olin talks about the scary and controllable condition, exercise induced laryngeal obstruction that occurs in some athletes training and racing at high intensity. Bobby Sweeting from Alto Cycling gives us a rundown on his carbon fiber wheels and the technology behind them. Shawn Spencer, event chair for the 4th Annual US Open Fat Bike Beach Shampionships – yep, there is such a thing!
Chris Coursey, Mayor of Santa Rose California talks about his city, the fires that destroyed so many lives and so much property, and the hopeful future he sees as the rebuilding begins. Then, 25-year old Coryn Rivera and I talk about her career, women’s racing, and how she sees cycling today. Finally ,Sylvan Adams, the force behind Israel’s entry into cycling, and I talk about the Israeli Pro team, the upcoming Giro D’Italia, and many more cycling subjects.