|The Bike Show is heard first Wednesdays from 11am-noon on KBOO FM 90.7.|
December 04, 2014
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This month the Bike Show explores the life cycle of Cyclocross in the United States. From the birth of cyclocross in the 70's, we speak with Laurence Malone-- a.k.a. The Godfather of Cyclocross racing-- about the sport's humble origins in the us and what it was like to be the lone American on the starting line overseas in the early years.
We're also be joined by current pro Ryan Trebon of the Cannondale Cyclocross World Team and recently retired and 2013 Cyclocross World Masters Champion Sue Butler about how the sport of 'cross has (or hasn't) grown in the ensuing years.
November 10, 2014
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This month we go back to our roots-- grass roots that is. Portland's flame of cycling activism burned out over the recession. But recently, out of the ashes comes new, exciting growth. Tori and Chris talk with Alex Reed of Bike Loud Portland, Lisa White of Bike-Walk-Vote and Boris Kaganovich of Better Block PDX. These passionate and motivated average-citizens are shaping the way your city streets look with an energy and enthusiasm not seen since we ripped out a highway and replaced it with a park.
October 03, 2014
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Alon and Tori talk with Shannon Galpin, humanitarian and woman's rights activist to talk about her new memoir, Mountain to Mountain: A Journey of Adventure and Activism for the Women of Afghanistan, that tells the story of fighting for the lives of women in Afghanistan, one pedal stroke at a time.
In the second half, the topic shifts to the role of bikes in disaster preparedness.
September 03, 2014
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Alon and Christopher talk with Ann Morrow, Jerry Smith and S. Brian Willson about the joys and challenges of riding past age fifty. Ann is the president of the Portland Wheelman Touring Club and is host of the cable TV show Cycology Today (viewed on NWbicyclesafetycouncil.org.) Jerry is also an active member of the touring club and for the past twenty years has joined them on many rides in the Pacific NW, as well as riding solo, and sometimes with his daughter, in Ireland Cuba, Puerto Rico, Greece, the Czech Republic, France and New Zealand. Vietnam veteran, author and peace activist S. Brian Willson has journeyed over 70,000 miles using a handcycle, including during his book tour along the West Coast. (http://www.brianwillson.com/)
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