The Bike Show is heard first Wednesdays from 11am-noon on KBOO FM 90.7.

October 09, 2021

Fall Offerings

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Nedra talks with Jeffrey Nolish, Policy Director of Detroit Disability Power about access to our public right-of-way.

In the new Book Nook feature, April Streeter reviews the classic book "Chainbreaker Bike Book: An Illustrated Manual of Radical Bicycle Maintenance, Culture, & History" She also interviews former host Tori Bortman, author of "The Bicycling Big Book of Cycling for Beginners".

Finally, Alon interviews Clara Honsinger, the reigning U.S. Women's Cyclocross champion (and a Portlander) about her success and routines.


September 03, 2021

Overcoming Obstacles

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This month's show includes a rebroadcast of a 2014 interview with Shannon Galphin, adventurer, author, & activist, who shares her work & activism w/ women in Afghanistan

In the second half, Alon speaks with John Waterman of PEAC (Programs to Educate all Cyclists), advocates for transportation equity for those w/ disabilities.


August 07, 2021

Bicycle Authors

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Alon talks with Julian Sayarer about his long distance cycling and books, including "FIFTY MILES WIDE Cycling through Israel and Palestine."

Nedra interviews April Streeter, writer and author, to discuss her latest book, "Women on Wheels: The Scandalous Untold Histories of Women in Bicycling." A feminist retelling of bicycle history - stories of adventure, bravery, and 18th and 19th Century scandal!


July 11, 2021

Cycling, Mobility and Mental Well-being

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Nedra interviews Will Hall, a counselor, author and radio host about madness, labeling and recovery.

Alon interviews Dr. Ione Avila-Palencia a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Drexel University, Urban Health Collaborative. Her research centers the connections between cycling, mobility, and mental well-being in an urban environment in both US and Europe.



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