Listen to the show (mp3, 25.8MB) Michelle and Tori talk with Randy Cohen, formerly “The Ethicist” columnist for the New York Times, now host of “Person Place Thing“. They discuss the ethics of everything from paying your transit fare,...Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.4MB) In the first segment, Tori talks with the JP Reuer from the Pacific Northwest College of Art about the unique design/build process that created the New Columbia Bike Hub in a matter of days. In the second...Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.1MB) Steph and guest host Mychal Tetteh talk about the open streets movement (events like Sunday Parkways) world wide. They discuss LA’s CycLAvia with Dr. Adonia Lugo and talk with a number of organizers and participants in Portland’s Sunday Parkways. The post KBOO Bike Show: Open Streets Movement appeared first on Portland Transport.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Michelle talks with Ralph Bloomers of the CRAG Law Center, Kent Howes of the Central Oregon Trail Alliance and Petr Kakes of Ski Bowl about mountain bike trails on Mount Hood and elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Tori and Steph talk with Alex Phillips, Bicycle Recreation Coordinator at Oregon Parks and Recreation, and Kristin Dahl of Travel Oregon about riding around Oregon and the system of scenic bikeways.
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.8MB) Michelle and Steph review Pedalpalooza rides, speak with Craig Beebe of the City Club Bicycle Study Committee and interview "Dishwasher Pete" Jordan about cycling in Amsterdam.
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.1MB) In honor of Mother's Day, Steph and Michelle are joined by Katie Proctor of Kidical Mass, Kelly Hansen of the Community Cycling Center and Steph's mom, Donna Routh.
I was interviewed a few weeks ago by Dale Connelly for KFAI Community Radio. The edited interview (aired April 22, 2013) is below as an MP3 (5:51) Every so often we get a discouraging report on traffic congestion in metropolitan...
Listen to the show (mp3, 17.2MB) Tori talks with representatives of the AntFarm (a non-profit in Sandy, Oregon) and NW Trail Alliance about MTB trails, including the Sandy Ridge Trail.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Michelle and Tori talk with Sgt Michael Frome of the Portland Police Bureau, Nick Watkin of Kryptonite Locks and PSU Transportation Options Manager Ian Stude about trends in bike theft, lock quality and techniques, and tips to make it easier to recover your bike if stolen.
A well-balanced discussion of how Bus Rapid Transit stacks up against Light Rail and the corridors where it is under consideration (Southwest Corridor, Powell) as well as a discussion of Eugene's system and its planned extension. Audio (MP3) and text links.
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Steph interviews Jonathan Maus of BikePortland.org. Publisher? Journalist? Blogger? Advocate? Or "just a guy" with a media empire...
Listen to the show (mp3, 23.9MB) The Bike Show gets high-tech retro with a flashback to materials of the past that are making a splash now. In this episode we talk about wood and wool as the re-imagined, super hot, high tech materials...Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.7MB) We're talking to professionals again - this time, professional bike riders. Our listeners can probably picture the bike messengers - the lean, fast couriers with a big bag slung over their backs, zipping around downtown delivering documents. Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 25.9MB) Beer + Beans + Bikes = Love. Tori is joined by Ellee Thalheimer, co-author of Hop in the Saddle a guide to Portland's craft beer scene by bike and co-host Steph Routh brings a hop-scotch journey to a few of those local brew pubs. Show More Summary
Benjamen Walker has a new radio documentary out for the BBC (MP3), all about waiting on line. It's definitely worth a listen. I especially appreciated the distinction between "serpentine" first-come first-served queues of the kind you get at banks and airports, and separate queues of the kind you get at most supermarkets. Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) The Reve Tour ladies who rode each stage Tour de France this year a day before the pros. We hear about their experiences as women taking on an insurmountable challenge. We also take an in-depth look at...Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.4MB) Disaster strikes! How can we be prepared, and how can bicycles help us manage in a time of crisis? Our guests are Carmen Merlo, Director of the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management and Ethan Jewett, Organizer of this year's inaugural Disaster Relief Trials.
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.1MB) This month the bike show hosts Ellee Thalheimer, author of Cycling Sojourner, the first cycle-tour guide to the state of Oregon, as well as Matt Picio, co-founder of Cycle Wild, a group that's mission...Show More Summary
Listen to the show (mp3, 27.1MB) Earl discusses cycling and transportation policy and funding, both locally and nationally with Tori and Stef. Timo Forsberg from the Portland Bureau of Transportation talks about events for May's "PDX Bike Month".