After 17 years of turning it up to 11, Retro Radio will say farewell on Saturday, June 5.
This week, it’s about climate and carbon pricing first. There is, of course, a sea change of thought and action in Washington about climate, thank goodness, and the need for …
Cleveland’s future baseball stars have a new home! WJCU.org is the new streaming home of the Lake County Captains, the High-A minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.
In a mini-tribute to Women’s History Month, this week’s show highlights a woman-owned tour company and a woman from history who changed the face of bicycling while adding to the …
This past week, the cycling world lost Eddy Borysewicz – or Eddie B as so many knew him. Eddie died November 16th from COVID 19 while visiting his home country …
Everything is a little different right now, but the show goes on here at WJCU. And as summer winds down and fall is just around the corner, we are excited to unveil our Fall 2020 Programming Schedule.
John Stamstad, mountain bike record holder and “hall of famer,” joins Diane for a fun conversation. The Outer Line’s Steve Maxwell and Spencer Martin talk about the state of the pro peloton and whether the riders need a stronger union. Gary Mikitin reviews Dr. Stephen Fabes’ book “Signs of Life.”
Award winning photographer, consummate cyclist, and journalist Roff Smith talks about his work. Noa Banayan from People For Bikes and what’s happening in D.C. And, Sea Otter Play – the new platform in 2020 for this iconic festival
Olympian, multiple national, world champion Mari Holden on her career. Tourissimo tours – what’s happening in Italy!
Benita Warns from Midway Bike talks about the charitable work that led to becoming a bike supplier. Jay Kinsinger from Sojourn Cyclery.