Debra Bogaards talks about her Equinox spin-club; Sue Prant from Community Cycles in Boulder; Kevin Wren from Wren Cycles
The Outspoken Cyclist
On the 9th anniversary of the show, it’s Chris Carmichael from CTS in Colorado talking about regaining confidence after a crash; The Department of the Interior announces that eBikes are welcome; and Tim O’Mara from Bearings Bike Shop in Atlanta shares his incredible story of helping kids.
Lynn Salvo – two-time Guiness World Record Holder for her cross country rides in the U.S. & Canada is setting new goals and reaching for new records. Jamie Whitmore, the most successful female Xterra athlete in history, now race and wins as a para-cyclist.
Jessica Chicinno with IIHS talks about a new study on bike lanes and their safety. Seattle Times reporter Heidi Groover explains why a bike lane that was already planned approved never happened. Mikael Colville-Andersen and Diane chat up a storm about his brand of “urbansim” and how cities are adopting it.
Jason Mutchler, retired from the Air Force after a horrific incident in the MIddle East. Grappling with a TBI, among other things, he found a home for his competitive nature on Zwift. Graham Watson, cycling’s most famous and prolific photographer, chats about his work and his life.
Dr. Jonathan Hersch talks with Diane about roads, cyclists, and government. Luke Edwardes-Evans discusses his years as a journalist, his thoughts on this year’s Tour de France, and his new new The Official Tour de France Bike Maintenance Book
Jon Stacks, STEM and science liaison for Specialized Foundation-Outride.org talks about the work the Foundation is doing to alleviate symptoms of ADHD. Andrew Sykes – well, he’s just got the MOST comprehensive blog, podcasts, photos, books, trips, and more…
Shane Niemeyer talks about his new fitness app, The Helm. Master frame builder Alex Meade discusses his ideas about frame building, including teaching classes.
Jeff Woolf from Morpher Helmets (it’s folds!); Paul Robison talks about the UK’s Bikeability program. Peter and Tracy Fluke on their tandem tour; and Leah Flickinger from Hearst Enthusiast Group
Consumer Reports gives 3 bicycle helmets a “don’t buy” rating… we want to know why. Rob Sulaski talks about the “Lake Effect” of living and working near water and what happens when they build a community of roads and no one comes.