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Updated July 2020
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I know many of you had long-planned trips and events that have had to either be put on hold or cancelled all together. Back in December, we spoke with Dieter Drake, who was just taking over the helm of RAGBRAI, the iconic week-long party-on-wheels across Iowa that took place every year at the end of July. As with most events that would host hundred…
 
I apologize for the lack of a show last weekend. BUT, I’m hoping this episode will make up for it. I think it has a lot of meaty stuff for you. First, and as promised a couple of weeks ago, is my conversation with our National Cyclocross Champion, Clara Honsinger. Standing on top of the podium with her family watching and cheering last December, Cl…
 
This week’s show tries to put some perspective on the events of not only the past two weeks; but, also the raw realities that have emerged about everything we might have been taught when we were in school and what we think we see in the news and on the streets today – and how the bicycle can be a symbol for both good and bad. As we try to untangle …
 
What a week it has been here in the U.S. And I, for one, am happy to immerse myself in the show and bring you three diverse guests. COVID19 is still wreaking havoc with a lot of things – including our trails, our streets, and our athletes who had high hopes of competing in any of a number of now cancelled or postponed competitions. We talk about al…
 
I believe that life in the time of Covid 19 has changed us all – in a lot of ways and perhaps for the better. First, I invited Zak Pashak, the president of Detroit Bikes, back to the show. If you’ve been looking for a bike – especially for recreation or commuting – you may find that the cupboards are bare at many bike shops around the country. The …
 
Today, I speak with two very interesting and VERY different people. Lee Katz has been in the bicycle business for 55 years – beginning as a 19 year old as the bike boom of the 1970′s was unfolding. For those who live in the Chicago area, you have probably been in one of his Turin Bicycle shops. Or, perhaps you had a pair of Lake Sport shoes back in…
 
Spring has finally arrived here in NE Ohio – with a lot of rain, warmer temps, and everything turning green! I LOVE this time of year. This week, we’re going to visit with titanium frame builder Brad Bingham. He’s another one of those who was apparently born with the bicycle gene, building his first frame at the age of 18. Born and raised on the we…
 
This week, we visit with Zoe Zeerip, a young woman who, at the age of only 12, was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis. For 6 months in the summer of 8th grade, Zoe laid on a couch in her home town of Grand Rapids, Michigan while awaiting an appointment with a specialist to figure out what the crazy spider web that was appearing on an X-ra…
 
I was never one of those people who said – “this is what I want to be when I grow up;” and, in fact, had absolutely NO idea that I’d spend my entire adult life in the bicycle world. But, Matt Pinder who is the author of the blog, Beyond the Automobile, knew. Matt holds a Masters in Engineering from the University of Toronto, with a specialization i…
 
I hope you are safe and well and, as we begin to re-enter the world more fully, will continue to be mindful of taking care of yourself and those around us. First I’d like to say thank you – thank you all for your kind words about the 500th episode of the show last week. Looking back, it just doesn’t seem possible that I’ve been hosting this podcast…
 
It’s our 500th show! And, it’s a special edition of the show! We turn the microphone around while Brian interviews Diane. We discuss a variety of topics from how The Outspoken Cyclist started to what we want to see going forward. Thanks for listening to the show. Thanks for being a member of our “team.” I hope you will continue to enjoy our weekly …
 
It’s been several years since I first contacted my first guest – Mari Holden. And, it took our stay-at-home orders to have her light in one place long enough to find time to chat with me. Mari is a multiple national, world, and Olympic champion. She’s gutsy, smart, and takes her roles in whatever she is doing seriously. Today, she is sidelined whil…
 
As we continue to hunker down and shelter in place, keeping our physical distance from one another, washing our hands, not touching our faces, and wearing protective masks and gloves when we do venture out, I can proudly say that our Governor Mike DeWine has stepped up to the plate, swung for the fences, and hit a grand slam. No, we haven’t BEAT th…
 
I’m sheltering in place – washing my hands when I do go out and come back in- and taking every precaution to stay safe, I have to give BIG props to our Governor – Mike DeWine – and his team for taking a firm stand on what is best for us in Ohio. I think we’re staying ahead of that curve and we know is spiking all over the country – and the world. T…
 
Hello and welcome to TOC. I’m your host Diane Jenks and this is our show for March 21, 2020. Happy spring! Well… maybe. It’s been a really rough week for everyone – regardless of where you live and what you ordinarily do. So, when deciding what to share with you this week, I was pleasantly surprised by a message about Dr. Michael Lewis. At first, I…
 
I sincerely hope you are well and not experiencing any effects of the now declared pandemic. I am sure you have been overwhelmed with the flood of information and admonitions about what you should and shouldn’t do. However, if you are interested, I always like to check in with Dr. Gabe Mirkin’s information and posted his thoughts about the Covid-19…
 
First up is the advocacy organization in Greenville, SC – Bike Walk Greenville. While it may not be the oldest advocacy group in the U.S. it must certainly be one of the most productive having several BIG projects accomplished in what must be record time. And, this past week, after browsing an enormous 400+ page document to be presented at the Gree…
 
This week, we will visit with Chad Corbin of Corvid Cycles in Boulder, Colorado. Chad WILL be at NAHBS for the second time with his handcrafted titanium bicycles, including the new MAP – acronym for More Adventure Please – a light, fast drop-bar mountain machine. We’ll talk about his background and his thinking about the eBike business. Then, we ch…
 
Tonight, we meet one of – if not the only – female bicycle mechanic on the pro cyclocross circuit. Brenna Wrye-Simpson started out as a music major; but, when she needed an inexpensive ride for transportation, she found herself taking in all that the two local bikes shops near her college in Portland, Oregon could offer. She also fell in with a gro…
 
Every once in a while, I have the privilege of speaking with someone who has made a contribution to our sport – and in this case – to many sports, that has literally changed the way people participate. Robin Thurston, the new CEO of Pocket Outdoor Media, home to Velo News, Velo Press, Triathlete, Women’s Running, and more, started out in finance. W…
 
On March 20th, the 16th annual North American Handmade Bicycle Show opens in Dallas, Texas at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. Tonight, I speak with the founder of the show, Don Walker, to unpack all the details including a brand new event being held in conjunction with the show. Then, Aaron Weiss joins me from Hanoi, Viet Nam, to talk …
 
Benita Warns (and her husband Mr. Michael – who is a special guy unto himself) own and operate Midway – a bike shop and bike supply company TO bike shops, in St Paul, MN. It all started with a young man who wanted a bike and couldn’t afford one – even a good used one. From there, Mr. Michael Recycles Bicycles – a non-profit organization that refurb…
 
As we approach NAHBS 2020 – coming up in March – I wanted to introduce you to some of the newer exhibitors who will be displaying their wares in Dallas this year. This week, my first guest is Jeff Mauck, founder of Juggernaut Cargo Bikes. Jeff is an interesting guy – who also does NOT come from a bicycling background, other than the fact that he lo…
 
Hey – welcome to the show this week. The podcast is running a tad long – BUT, I really was enjoying the interviews and didn’t want to chop them up too much. PLUS, I think the show is interesting and well worth the listen (of course I do!) First topic is the incredible response that we got from our FB question last week – what material(s) are you ri…
 
This week, we have three guests for you including an extended conversation with me and my husband Brian about… well all kinds of cycling related stuff. First up is Dean Yobbi – managing editor of BR&IN . Back on December 19th, Dean published an article titled Park Service disbands e-bike advisory group over secret lobbying concerns” – Secret Lobbyi…
 
This week, Cycling Tips.com’s editor-at-large Neal Rogers joins me to talk about the pros year in review, what we might expect in 2020, and tells us about his head-to-head ride with ex-pro Jonathan Vaughters in the Battle of he Mamils – or, as Neal likes to say, the has been versus the never was. Neal has been working in cycling journalism for the …
 
Guests: Patrick Brady; Manuel Tajada; Michelle Duffy; Dennis Markatos-Soriano This week we have the proverbial smorgasbord of shows! 4 guests whose topics range from California, Spain, to Colorado, and finally to the East Coast! Usually, when we think about Patrick Brady, we think Red Kite Prayer and road bikes, right? Well, Patrick is wearing a ne…
 
It may not seem as if anything is getting done in Washington besides the impeachment hearings, but in fact, there are Representatives who are doing the work they were elected to do – introduce and pass bills that, hopefully will make our lives better. HR5231 is one of those bills and this evening, LAB’s Caron Whitaker tells us what it is, why it’s …
 
As we count down to the holiday giving days – Chanukah beginning on the 22nd, Christmas, December 25th, and Kwanza December 26th, I thought it would be a great time to chat with WBR’s co-founder, Leah Missbach Day. World Bicycle Relief, founded in 2005 after the devastating tsunami in Sri Lanka, is one of the most successful charitable organization…
 
When long distance triathlete Rachael Maney was hit by a car, she found her Bike Law teammate a valued asset in not only helping her with her case; but, also as a trusted friend who helped get her back out on the bike. Now, Rachael is the National Director for the 26-state network of Bike Law attorneys. She wears a lot of hats in her multiple roles…
 
Chuck Marohn, Mr. Strong Towns, is with me once again to talk about his newest book, A Bottom Up Revolution To Rebuild American Prosperity. In the past, Chuck and I have discussed some of the projects in which he has been involved to help cities change the way they think about planning with an eye toward sustainability, fiscal prudence, and a way t…
 
Guests: Will McGough; Jen Dial Santoro This week, the cycling world lost Raymond Poulidor. M. Poulidor was a true champion whom, although never riding into Paris wearing the yellow jersey, stood on the podium at the Tour de France in second place three times and third place five times! He rode his entire career for the Mercier team, chasing his two…
 
Our first show for November and it’s a three-fer! I begin Bicycling’s Fit-Chick, Selene Yeager. about her new book, GRAVEL! It has everything you need to know about the bikes, the terrain, racing, riding, nutrition, and finding that “light at the end of the tunnel.” Then, it’s off to Australia for a chat with founder and owner of Bike Odyssey Tours…
 
Part II of our coverage of French Fender Day! Four great new conversations to add to last week’s list! This week, in order of appearance, we have: Marc Elliott Mark Finch Johnny Coast Sam Dickenson Then, it’s a conversation with Brian about his thoughts on French Fender Day before we head on over to Philadelphia to speak with Philly Bike Expo owner…
 
FRENCH FENDER DAY! (Photos Courtesy of VeloOrange) Guest List For This Episode In Order Of Appearance Amy Gawthrop Bill Humphries Bob Young David Bogoain Joe Kopera Emily O’Brien Jamie Swan Peter Weigel As you may remember, Brian and I were off to Peter Weigel’s French Fender Day last week; and today, I’ll bring you the first of what will be two sh…
 
Guests: Marc Peruzzi; Maria Caffrey; Salvador Rueda It’s been a rather outrageous week here in the U.S. – and, while I like to keep things on an even keel, I’ve had to acknowledge that the “outrageousness” appears to cross all lines. One of the themes of this strange and unsettling time is lawlessness – it seems to be showing up in the sheer number…
 
Before we get to this week’s show, I wanted to let you know that we will be recording at French Fender Day in Lyme, Connecticut with Peter Weigel and crew next Saturday. We will be attempting to stream some of it live on Facebook – if I can figure it out – and then bring you the interviews in the upcoming weeks. Watch our social media – Facebook an…
 
Steve Frothingham, editor of Bicycle Retailer and Industry News, talks with me about the tariffs and the effects the have had and are having on the bicycle business. Then, I speak with Jeff Speck. He is one of the most influential city planners working today. Formerly the Director of Design at the National Endowment for the Arts, his company Speck …
 
Guests: Dan De Vise; Ben Brewer; Gabe Klein This week, I chat with three interesting people – two expansive thinkers in totally different fields – one is “urbanism” the other is what he terms “economic sociology” and I bring back Dan De Vise whose book, The Comeback – Greg LeMond, the True King of American Cycling, and a legendary Tour de France, (…
 
If you are a regular listener to NPR’s Marketplace, which airs weekdays around 6pm in our time zone, you may have recognized my voice – On Tuesday, a 3-minute monolog about our bicycle business aired around 25 minutes into the show. And, what happened next was unbelievable – it was as if someone had unleashed a hurricane as all of our social media …
 
It is a very special day for me – the 9th anniversary of the Outspoken Cyclist show. Today’s episode is #469 and I am so proud and grateful to have been able to do this work for so long. In the past week or so, as I’ve shared this anniversary with some folks, I am told that I am a “veteran” of the medium – podcasting – and, in retrospect, I guess t…
 
This week we speak with two incredibly interesting, fierce, and inspirational women. Lynn Salvo – wow, where to begin! She’s about to turn 70 and in the past couple of years, she’s notched two Guiness World Records on her belt. She holds a PhD, speaks Italian, and clearly loves riding long distances. We held this interview an extra week so that the…
 
Jessica Chicinno is with the IIHS – Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and joins me to talk about a recent study the organization did titled “Some protected bike lanes leave cyclist vulnerable to injury.” It wasn’t what I expected to see or read; and, I wanted to hear what the study found. Then, Diane talks with Seattle Times transportation rep…
 
First up is Jason Mutchler. I discovered his story on the Zwift.com site and after reading it, I wanted to talk with him. I had to wait until he returned from RAGBRAI, but I think the wait was well worth it. Jason, who is retired from the Air Force after a 22 year career and a horrific incident that forced that retirement, is a member of the Zwift …
 
This week, we have two very different conversations for you – one about a book, but not really all about a book, and another with our friend Dr. Jonathan Hersch, but not really about orthopedic matters. Cryptic enough? Okay, let’s start with Dr. Hersch. We had already decided we were going to discuss what happens in crashes and emergency-type treat…
 
My first guest is Jon Stacks, the STEM and science liaison for the Specialized Foundation. Founded by Specialized’s Mike Sinyard, the organization was founded to bring cycling to middle school children – especially those suffering from ADHD. Jon, who comes from a science background, will fill us in on what current research is telling us about the e…
 
Five years ago, we spoke with Shane Niemeyer. Shane’s story, which up until five years ago was documented in his book The Hurt Artist, told of a young man who went from a troubled youth to jail. While in jail, he tried to hang himself and, when the rope broke and he fell, breaking both of his feet and fracturing some vertebrae, something else happe…
 
As promised, I had a conversation with Jeff Woolf, who is the CEO and inventor of the Morpher folding helmet. You may remember that Consumer Reports gave the Morpher a thumbs down and that I wanted to give Jeff a chance to defend his company and his product. I also invited the CEO of the children’s Woom helmet, which also received a do-not-buy rati…
 
First up is a conversation about the safety of three helmets from three different manufacturers. I’m not sure how much I faith I put in Consumer Reports, but I do know that a lot of people look to the organization for assurance that they are making a good choice about a purchase. So, when an article titled, “Who should you trust? Helmet makers disp…
 
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