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Alon and April speak with Sara Dykman about her 10,000 mile bike trip following the migration of Monarch butterflies.
In the second half, Max Glaskin discusses his book, Cycling Science: How Rider and Machine Work Together. He addresses the question: “exactly why does a bicycle stay upright?”
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April and Tori talk with Dr. Tyler Folsom about his work on autonomous bicycles and the Elcano Project. They also speak with Ken McLeod from the League of American Cyclists about the legal and safety impacts of autonomous vehicles.
In the second half they interview Ann Hall, author of Muscle on Wheels, the story of women racers of high wheel bicycles in the nineteenth century.
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Alon and Tori talk with Dr. Adonia Lugo about her book Bicycle/Race: Transportation, Culture, & Resistance and the topic of social equity in bicycle advocacy, with a focus on Southern California.
In the second half they talk with photographer Carolin Kewer about her “Los Angeles Bike Rebels” exhibit of photography.