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

September 07, 2023

Subatomic particles and bicycle friendly communities

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In the first half of the show our guest  was Dr. Monica Dunford, physicist involved with the discovery of the Higgs boson particle and an ardent cyclist . In the second half Amelia Neptune of The League of American Bicyclists spoke of the Bicycle Friendly America program she heads.

August 06, 2023

Journalism and Blues Music

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In the first half Alon speaks with Jeff Mapes, a retired Oregonian and OPB reporter and author of Pedaling Revolution, How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities.

The guest in the second half is blues musician and historian (author of Blues Traveling: The Holy Sites of Delta Blues) Steve Cheseborough who also plays some blues for us. Steve also delivers for Meals on Wheels, by bike of course!

Co-host Nedra Deadwyler will return next month.

July 08, 2023

Public health advocacy and hand-cycling

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In today's show Nedra Deadwyler speaks with Elizabeth Ragan. Currently a White House Fellow, Ms. Ragan was chosen for her contributions to the COVID-19 pandemic response  and expanding vaccine accessibility in Massachusetts. She is also an avid cyclist and strong advocate for health equity and for adaptive cycling.

June 11, 2023

Living car free and The Bicycle Nomad

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Alon speaks with Jamshed Patel, formerly of Portland, now back in his hometown of Leicester, England. They discuss the state of bike infrastructure in Leicester, including an adaptive cycling program.

In the second half Nedra speaks with "Bicycle Nomad" Erick Cedeno about his experiences, including "Adventure Cycling" and tracing the history of the Buffalo Soldiers who traveled by bicycle.

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