Best Bicycling podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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A podcast about bicycling, cycling culture, bikepacking, gravel riding, bike touring and the bike industry.
 
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The Bike Nerds
Monthly+
 
Conversations with community leaders and how bicycling is making cities better. From star wars cosplay to community gardener, we nerd out on the aspects of their lives that influence their work on two wheels.
 
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Outspoken Cyclist
Weekly
 
A podcast for all cyclists
 
Celebrating the people, stories and events in the world of bicycling.
 
Transportation and Land Use in Minnesota
 
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The War on Cars
Monthly+
 
The War on Cars brings you news and commentary on the latest developments in the worldwide fight to undo a century's worth of damage wrought by the automobile and to make cities better. Hosted by Doug Gordon, Sarah Goodyear and Aaron Naparstek and produced by Curtis Fox. Music by Nathaniel Goodyear.
 
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Civilly Speaking
Monthly
 
Civilly Speaking is a monthly podcast brought to you the Ohio Association for Justice. A podcast for trial attorneys, by trial attorneys.
 
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Just Peachy Pod
Daily+
 
The podcast that reminds you that there is good stuff happening in the world.
 
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Parker Livecast
Rare
 
From the shores of the Colorado River on the beautiful Parker Strip!
 
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The Safety Pizza is a quirky and viral bike safety product. We talk with Chris the creator of the Safety Pizza about its origins, its rough start in manufacturing and where he hopes to take it in the future! PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pathlesspedaled Supple Shirts: http://pathlesspedaled.spreadshirt.com Support via PayPal: http://paypal.me ...…
 
Which is more destructive? Cars or guns? A recent study showed that guns are now the second-leading killer of children in the U.S. But what does it say about our culture that the press seemed to gloss over the first? (Spoiler alert: It’s cars.) In this episode, we discuss the similarities between these two threats to life, liberty and the pursu ...…
 
This week, I have two fascinating stories told by two Professors. While we talk about cycling pretty much exclusively on the show we’re taking an end run around cycling with my first guest and talking about something I believe you will find interesting and important. Dr. Richard Alley is the Evan Pugh Professor at Penn State. His field is geosc ...…
 
We talk with Ayleen Crotty about the idea of "bike fun", the origin story of Pedalpalooza in Portland and how bike fun and bike advocacy can work together. We also talk about how Filmed by Bike has evolved to help export bike culture. https://filmedbybike.org http://www.shift2bikes.org http://www.shift2bikes.org/fun2/pedalpalooza PATREON: http: ...…
 
Selling everything to travel indefinitely is the ultimate luxury item and dream of many. Why did we stop? PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pathlesspedaled Supple Shirts: http://pathlesspedaled.spreadshirt.com Support via PayPal: http://paypal.me/pathlesspedaled
 
When now retired Army National Guard Sergeant Mark Green was injured while on deployment, he found himself unable to walk and had developed a stutter in his speech. While in rehab, he began riding a recumbent, but found that he couldn’t really pedal. So, Hope for the Warriors reached out to him and in November, presented him with a hand cycle. ...…
 
Arleigh Greenwald has been in the bicycle industry a long time as an employee, former QBP rep, blogger and critic. She has taken the next big step to open up her own shop and apply the things she has learned over the years. Find out how she hopes to do things differently. Bike Shop Girl: https://www.bikeshopgirl.com PATREON: http://www.patreon. ...…
 
Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Steve Babin about Mass Torts and multidistrict litigation.
 
This evening, we talk with the president of the PBMA – Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association – James Stanfill. Over the many years of being in the bicycle business, there have been several attempts at giving bicycle mechanics some sort of certification as well as offering a forum for advice, information, and education. The PBMA was formed ...…
 
We respond to reader comments over the Most Supple Bike of the Year award and give some future predictions of gravel and supple bike trends of 2019. We taste a mesquite smoked whiskey from Tucson, gifted to us from Spencer Harding and Transit Cycles! PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pathlesspedaled Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathl ...…
 
As Florida prepares to pass a bill that will not only ban texting and driving, but also forbids even touching the screen or holding the phone, two more cyclists were hit and killed by motorists. One step forward and two steps back! Matt Austin is the evening news anchor at WKMG – Channel 6 in Orlando, Florida and he is a BIG proponent of any an ...…
 
The stakes are literally life and death, but can humor be an effective weapon in the war on cars? In this episode we talk to Charlie Todd, the founder of Improv Everywhere, about how using the city as a stage for elaborate comedy scenes can help people see public space in a new light. What’s the connection between turning parking spots into par ...…
 
Cover of the city’s first draft Pedestrian Plan. DETAIL. Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Fay Simer. Fay Simer is the Pedestrian Coordinator for Saint Paul Public Works Department, and she has been working diligently on the city’s first ever official pedestrian plan. Like most cities, Saint Paul has never had an official plan for how ...…
 
When Kate Koch decided to adopt her first child out of the Columbus, Ohio foster care system in 2008, little did she know that an innocent question for her caseworker – “what kinds of gifts can we give to foster kids” – would lead to an amazing project. Armed with $1,000 and a wish to bring bicycles to kids who might never otherwise have a chan ...…
 
Sara and Kyle reflect on a busy 2018 - taking note of the amazing guests and breadth of topics covered in the third year of Bike Nerds podcasting. Sara kicks off the show with big announcement, Kyle still like Star Wars, and the episode concludes with a montage of 2018’s best guests and moments. Happy holidays to all out great listeners! We’ll ...…
 
This week, we can congratulate ourselves for taking action and getting the AV Start Act language changed before the bill comes up before the Senate. Your calls and letters made a difference! Then, we say a brief. sad goodbye to one of the most famous voices in our sport, Paul Sherwen. His untimely death at the age of 62 will leave an enormous g ...…
 
An activation event on Nicollet. Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Lisa Middag, the director of Nicollet Activation for the Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District. What does Nicollet activation” mean? I’m glad you asked. You’ll find out all about it in just a second, but it’s the person who is charged with bringing street life and e ...…
 
Why is driving a car seen as masculine and riding a bicycle seen as feminine? Is it even possible to look like an adult while riding an e-scooter? Our experience of moving through public space is deeply affected by our mode of transportation and our gender identity; the mode we choose affects not only how we are seen by others, but how we see o ...…
 
Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Marc Pera about medical negligence claims. Specifically, they discuss the rising number of nurse practitioners and their involvement with treatment, discrediting defense experts, and Robinson v. Bates.
 
URGENT REQUEST FROM THE LEAGUE OF AMERICAN BICYCLISTS! My first guest is Caron Whitaker, VP for Government Relations with the LAB. She is asking that we take action if we are interested in seeing a bill that is currently before the Senate coming up for a vote in it’s current form from being passed. The AV Start Act, will give manufacturers of a ...…
 
his week, Sara and Kyle are joined by BNP superfan - Barb Chamberlain! Barb currently works as the Director of the Active Transportation Division at Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), but has a storied career and legacy of public service first as an elected official and later staffing bicycle advocacy organizations across th ...…
 
With the gift-giving season just a few short weeks away, we continue our quest for cycling related products, services, and other ideas. This week, I talk a bit about stocking stuffers with Kristin Wentworth from Planet Bike. We’ll talk about lights, bells, and some cold weather gear. And, while the company itself is pretty small, it does some b ...…
 
When is a car not a car? When it’s a source of solace and comfort, a curbside living room and a personal aesthetic statement. This episode is brought to you “live” from the interior of a 1987 Cadillac DeVille as we hear from Alex Brook Lynn, the producer of FAQ NYC, about why she escapes to her car for a little private time amidst the hustle an ...…
 
So it’s T-minus 5 days until T-day here in the States. If you are celebrating, I hope you have a happy day, don’t overeat, and find time to get out on your bike! Unless it’s snowing, then I guess it’s skis, sleds, and skates! This week, instead of two long conversations, the show is a sort of 4-part news-zine. We cover another perspective on th ...…
 
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the Bike Nerds - Sara got married and Kyle is on vacation. Never fear, though - we’ve got a top notch episode featuring Lane Santa Cruz from Tucson, Arizona. Lane and Kyle spend the first part of the episode discussing Lane’s doctoral studies looking at systems of education and the inherent bias and racism t ...…
 
This week I speak with People for Bike’s Tim Blumenthal. He’s got a free gift for you… just offer up your email and name and you will be able to participate in any number of great programs and advocacy initiatives! PFB has become a mighty force for cycling since it was launched in 1999 and now boasts more than 1.2million members! And, the work ...…
 
From coast to coast, electric-bikes are having their moment. But a New York City Police Department crackdown on delivery cyclists who rely on e-bikes to do their jobs has some wondering if a double standard isn’t at play. At a time when big companies are jumping on the e-bike bandwagon, are the immigrant men who deliver food being unfairly puni ...…
 
Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Eric Cameron about workers’ compensation and his views on the practice after an eye-opening experience during a hearing.
 
Kyle is joined this week by Martha Roskowski, a legendary figure of bicycle advocacy with experience at every level - local, state, and nationally - working to make bicycling better. Last year, Martha was presented with a new opportunity to dive deep into a policy issue that impacts bicycling everywhere: PARKING (for cars). Her year-long resear ...…
 
This week, I have a lovely conversation with Ishbel Rose Holmes. Her blogs, Ishbel Holmes and World Bike Girl detail who she is and some of what she has accomplished, which is pretty amazing! She’s been a British National Cycling Champion, pedaled solo across 20 countries, been face-to-face with the Syrian refugee crisis, and has changed the wa ...…
 
In 2009, soon-to-be Toronto Mayor Rob Ford declared that he would end the war on cars. His remarks were the opening shots in a battle that would come to signify more than just how people get around. How did cars and the urban/surburban divide become a cultural flashpoint? And did you know that a “War on Autoists” was front-page news a century b ...…
 
This week it’s a diverse group of interviews. We begin with the Outdoor Edit‘s Molly Hurford and her advice for cool weather riding. We talk about base layers, jackets, fingers and toes, and more. Then, it’s a new product line from Norway – ReTyre. Instead of trying to match your tires to the terrain and weather as it changes, you can “zip” a n ...…
 
You know, I really wanted to produce a brand new episode this week but, the Universe had other plans and instead presented me with a nasty cold and wicked cough. So rather than foist them upon you (and unsuspecting guests!) I decided to bring back a couple of my favorite interviews from past shows. One of those is with Gary Helfrich – at the ti ...…
 
Sara is joined this week by Katie Hargrave and Brett Hunter, partners in the socially engaged art collective, Like Riding A Bicycle. Katie and Brett began the collective in 2014 and have been using their training as artists to facilitate public engagement using a variety of creative methods ,interaction styles, and capabilities. By starting wit ...…
 
Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Heather Worthington and Paul Mogush, two of the people behind the forthcoming Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan is the basic planning document for the city, a ten-year update required by the regional government, and Minneapolis’ plan has been getting a lot of ...…
 
With cities on the front lines of the war on cars, can mayors muster the courage to put automobiles in their rightful place? Not to name names, but does it matter if elected officials are driven twelve miles to the gym every day in a three SUV convoy just to jog on a treadmill? Plus, Doug announces his candidacy for mayor. Can he withstand the ...…
 
French Fender Days! Peter Weigel! And, it’s off to Connecticut for 6 short conversations with folks attending the iconic framebuilder’s once-yearly event! We chat with Peter first and learn about the event then… it’s the “cast of characters” in the following order: Jan Heine – from Bicycle Quarterly & Compass Cycles attending his 1st FFD Deb Ba ...…
 
Take the driver out of the car and what do you get? Heaven or hell? Will the rise of the robocar lead to a revolution in safety and change how cities allocate public space? Or will pedestrians and cyclists get pushed aside to make way for Skynet? Aaron, Sarah and Doug tackle these questions and more as we anticipate the imminent arrival of our ...…
 
My first guest, Christine Acosta, offers an interesting and enlightening conversation about Pedal Power Promoters, the organization she founded and runs in the Tampa-St. Pete area of Florida. PPP is doing some impressive and important work to bring business, community, and cycling together in the Tampa-St. Pete area of Florida. Christine facili ...…
 
Fresh off their recent visit to New Orleans, the Bike Nerds welcome Rich Neimand, President of social impact marketing firm Neimand Collaborative. Rich and his team recently helped conduct and analyze a research project commissioned by PeopleForBikes to better understand how bicycle advocates can use public communications and messaging tools as ...…
 
Host Sean Harris talks with Jordan Schuetzle and Mike Brown from FindLaw about online reviews and maintaining a positive online reputation.
 
As he did every morning, Dan Hangeby picked up his Citi Bike from the NY Bike Share station. On this particular morning, June 12th, Dave Lewis was driving his 55,000 pound bus down the same city street – so close that he clipped Mr. Hangeby’s front wheel and dragged him under the bus. Dan Hangeby died at the hospital a short time later. This pa ...…
 
In this pilot episode, we discuss why the world needs a War on Cars and ask if tech — specifically tech companies — can save our cities from the car. Are e-scooters, Lyft buses and self-driving Ubers running through Elon Musk's tunnels the wave of the future or are they a harbinger of dystopia? The War On Cars is a new podcast from Sarah Goodye ...…
 
This week, it’s a 3-fer! With women smashing world records all over the place, I caught up with Vittoria Bussi – one of the best! On September 13th, she broke Evelyn Stevens’ 1-hour world record at 48.007km. She’s wicked smart, wicked fast, and actually one of the most self-effacing people with whom I’ve had the privilege to speak. Vittoria and ...…
 
We interview Ron Lewis of OMTM.CC, a Portland based group mapping out awesome gravel routes in the Oregon and Washington area. We talk about what makes a good gravel ride and the growth of gravel riding. We taste High West Rendezvous Rye, a gift bourbon from Larry from Park City, UT! Show Sponsor: http://www.FilmedbyBike.org PATREON: http://www ...…
 
That’s it listeners - we’re officially 100!! Thanks for hanging with us these past three years and a big shout out to our friends, listeners, and new members of the bike nerds family that joined us in New Orleans to record this momentous occasion. In true sub-optimal Bike Nerds fashion, we had some weird technical problem on one of the mics tha ...…
 
It is interesting how people come to the bicycle business and what compels them to do so. My first guest is a commercial airline pilot – he’s also a dad with two young children, and… he’s a new frame builder. He’s not fresh out of school – obviously – but, his frames are starting to get some traction in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as well as r ...…
 
We made it! It’s our anniversary… 8 years! And, thanks to all of you who listen and support the show. This week, I’ve tapped journalist Joe Lindsey to talk about a wide variety of topics. You’ll see Joe’s byline in a lot of places – Bicycling, Outside, Wired, Men’s Journal, and a slew of other publications. Tonight, we touch upon the relationsh ...…
 
Today I’m bringing you a conversation with Christian Huelsman, a public space preservationist who has, for years, been an advocate for alleys, public spaces, and urban history in Cincinnati Ohio and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Alleys are not always places that get a lot of love in the United States, especially in cities that have a legacy of downto ...…
 
Sara is joined this week by Michelle Poyourow, Senior Associate at Jarrett Walker + Associates to discuss the changing nature of modality in cities, how the concept of “shared” or “public” space is both the challenge and the opportunity for city builders, and the role that “change” plays in motivating local behaviors and perceptions when presen ...…
 
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