Iconic frame builder Ben Serotta joins Diane for a lengthy conversation. Bike San Diego director Sam Ollinger fills us in on the San Diego transportation scene.
Adult Services Associate L.P. Colandangelo shares his enthusiasm for the upcoming African American Read-In at Heights Libraries.
Not one, not two, not even three; but, FOUR great guests this week. Roger Bird remembers Chris Kegel; Senator Sherrod Brown tells us about what’s happening in Washington and what we can do to get the things we believe in; Don Walker takes us to NAHBS 13 coming up in March; and, Adventure Cycling founder Greg Siple reminisces about the founding of the organization on the eve of his retirement!
Heights Libraries Jessica Markowitz describes the programs she helps run that assist immigrants and refugees who live near the Noble branch.
It’s a three-fer today… Slate Olson is a marketing whiz and we get to learn about his work and his ideas from his time at Nike, Rapha, and Specialized as he comes full circle back to Portland, taking on the CEO position with Chrome Industries. Then, we excerpt my interview with Amanda Batty that was part of a larger conversation on the Paceline Podcast this week. Finally we review The Haywire Heart with author and Velo News managing editor Chris Case.
In the first episode of the new year, DB and her guests discuss how to start off the new year in the office by looking at the benefits of cleaning and rearranging your desk.
The “fastest woman on two wheels” – Denise Mueller talks about her record. Brian and I start a new feature about bikes and cycling; Gerolf Meyer, German podcaster, and I talk about his role as host/producer of Antritt
Akeem Rollins from the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland talks about the teen program Prevention Warriors.
Diane speaks with engineer Damon Rinard whose history begins with Kestrel and moves through many of our top brands in the cycling world helping to develop what is fast, aerodynamic and light. Then, off to the U.K. to speak with author and humorist Tim Moore about his new book, The Cyclist Who Went Out in the Cold… and travel 9,000km on a 20″ wheel German folding bike.
Axel Merck tells us about his winning UCI team Axeon Hagens Berman. With multiple wins, podiums, national titles, and World Tour riders, Axel shares his philosophy about riding, racing, and training. Then, 6-time world pack burro racing champion and the father of a “neuro-diverse” son talks about his life as the father of a’ “autistic” son who surprises his father every day!