Listen to the show (mp3, 27.3MB) Tori and Terry talk with Rebecca Rusch about her very personal journey down the Ho Chi Mihn Trail documented in the film “Blood Road”. In the second half they talk with Nicholas Carman and Lael Wilcox about their bikepacking adventures. Harry Dalgaard and Kim McCormick describe the Oregon Timber Trail.
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.3MB) Alon and new host Alex discuss the potential of cycling to reshape cities with Chris Carlsson and the intersection between cycling and culture (especially in the realm of Mountain Biking) with Sarah McCullough.
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.8MB) Rad women Friends on Bikes Laura Everett explore spirituality, race & creating the world they want to ride in.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.4MB) Terry and Tori speak with the hosts of several bicycle-flavored podcasts including “We Got to Hang Out” and “The Sprocket Podcast”.
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.2MB) We meet the newly minted Street Trust and find out about the Transportation For Oregon’s Future Coalition This month on the KBOO Bike Show we’ll be hosting some old friends with a new identity (and mission). Formerly the Bicycle Transportation Alliance the newly minted “Street Trust” has expanded their vision […]
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.7MB) Alon and Tori explore the depiction of bikes in culture with Dr. Jeremy Withers, editor of “Culture on Two Wheels”. They also chat with cartoonist Andy Singer.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Tori and Meg talk with several bike shop staffers about what makes a good shop and “the intimidation factor.”
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.8MB) Tori, Alon and Terry talk with Mike Cobb and James White Fox about how bikes are supporting the protesters at Standing Rock.
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.5MB) Alon and Tori check in on the progress of the Off Road Cycling Master Plan development. They also get an update on Gateway Green.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.1MB) Alon and Tori talk with Rebecca Hamilton and PBOT’s Scott Cohen about the PBOT/PSU Traffic and Transportation class. In the second half they speak with Aaron Golub, co-editor of Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation – Biking for All.