Listen to the show (mp3, 26.3MB) The Bike Show crew is sheltering in place for the moment. Please enjoy the rebroadcast of this episode from last year about brain injuries and helmets.
Listen to the show (mp3, 27MB) Tori speaks with Paul Dickow, chair of the Friends of Gateway Green about coming improvements. In the second half she talks with Nancy Stone and Juntu Oberg of the Northwest Trail Alliance about Mountain Biking opportunities and challenges in Portland.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26MB) Alon and Tori speak about bicycle and accessory design with Brian Hanold of Trek Bicycles and Chase Spalding of Minnesota State College Southeast, the only school to offer an associates degree in bicycle design and fabrication.
Listen to the show (mp3, 23.3MB) April and Claire talk with Elly Blue and Joe Biel of Microcosm Publishing about their books on the intersection of bikes with race, economics, advocacy and the sub-genre they created: feminist bicycle science fiction.
Listen to the show (mp3, 18.1MB) Tori and April talk with attorney Mark Ginsberg about bike law and common misconceptions.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.3MB) Tori talks with three premiere bicycle event organizers about how to put quality events together: Ayleen Crotty (former Bike Show host) of Filmed By Bike and formerly of Mountain Bike Oregon Nick Gibson of Trans-Cascadia Mike Ripley of Mud Slinger Events
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.2MB) April and Alon talk with former host Sara Stout about how to travel with your companion animal on your bike. In the second half former host Jocelyn Gaudi Quarrell talks about reusable food container business Go Box, a bicycle-based business.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.8MB) April and Alon talk with Devi Lockwood about her round the world bike trip to capture 1,001 stories of water and climate change. In the second half of the show, they chat with bike-based dream deliverer Mathias Svalina.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.1MB) April and Tori talk with documentary filmmaker Liz Canning about her movie Motherload, exploring the intersection of cargo biking and family biking. In the second half, they talk with Brandi Horton of the Rails to Trails Conservancy about a cross-U.S. trail!
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.6MB) Alon talks with Michael Kranish, author of The World’s Fastest Man: The Extraordinary Life of Cyclist Major Taylor, America’s First Black Sports Hero. In the second half he interviews Evan Friss, author of On Bicycles A 200-Year History of Cycling in New York City.