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

July 08, 2024

Handcycling and Cooperatives

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Alon chats with Portlander Max Woodbury, a GIS Specialist with Portland Metro’s Research Center, a handcycle rider and a member of Portland’s Bicycle Advisory Committee.

In the second half of the show Nedra speaks with Clément Rames and Mireia Lozano Carbassé, co-founders of Barcelona’s workers’ cooperative aquí which aims to â€cultivate collective agency and weave solidarity networks to build more resilient communities.”


June 11, 2024

Oregon's Scenic Bikeways and Cargo Bikes

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In the first half of the show Alon speaks with journalist Dan Shryock, author of Cycling Across Oregon: Stories, Surprises & Revelations Along the State's Scenic Bikeways.

In the second half Nedra's guest is Jim Gregory of Iowa's Bikes At Work, a company "devoted to providing bicycle-powered products and services to help people accomplish useful work."


May 04, 2024

Some Cycling History

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In the first half of the show Alon speaks with  journalist and editor Lynne Tolman, director of the Major Taylor Association, dedicated to the life and legacy of the early African American cycling champion.

In the second half our guest is BYU Associate Dean and Professor Corry Cropper, co-author of the book Velocipedomania: A Cultural History of the Velocipede in France.


April 14, 2024

Belgium to D.C.

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Alon interviews Belgian children's book author Gunter Segers about his non-fiction book Hélène Dutrieu, de vrouw die door de Olympia vloog (Hélène Dutrieu, the woman who flew through the Olympia) about pioneering cycling champion, stunt rider and aviator Hélène Dutrieu.

Nedra speaks with Elliott Caldwell of the East Coast Greenway organization about the greenway project as well as other trails and cycling opportunities around the District of Columbia.



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