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Matt (President and Partner) and Johs (new National Sales Manager) join us to discuss Alchemy Bicycles, introduce Johs, discuss what it takes to defend Alchemy's Handmade Bicycle award of "Best Carbon Bicycle" as well as other topics. Alchemy recently moved from Austin, TX to Denver, CO and we are happy to have the opportunity for a face to face interview.
Nick Frey of Boo Bicycles - yes "Boo" - as in bamboo. Nick is the builder of some of the most beautiful, functional and comfortable custom bicycles on the market. Long time racer and Boo rider Shawn Heidgen of Training Peaks joins us as well. Live From Retul.
Join us for a COOL show - your questions are welcome for our Q&A session with some of the top frame builders in the world. The event is brought to you by Alchemy Bicycles and we're podcasting live from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Denver, CO. 7PM MST email your questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also send your questions to the Over The Top Radio Facebook page.
World Footprints goes inside the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) with Bob Shuman, Chairman of NAIAS 2014. Bob joins World Footprints to talk about the latest innovations in automobile design and what visitors can expect to see.
Then we head north on I-96 to Lansing, Michigan's state capital to meet a son of the city who left after school to pursue a musical career. John Fluker is an award-winning pianist, composer, vocalist and arranger who has a string of credits backing such R&B notables as Gladys Knight, Dionne Warwick, Oleta Adams, Mavis Staples, David Hasselhoff, Boys 2 Men, Queen Latifah and more. In addition to backing Gladys Knight, John also served as her music director for several years. He also has a number of television and threatrical scores to his credit. Here how did this small town guy make it big in the music industry.
Finally, we will discover Lansing's rich transportation history with a tour of R.E. Olds Transporation Musuem where we'll explore the REO Motor Car Company, old-time bicycles and aviation endeavors.
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Former Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian l. Cummings
Chief Cummings goal of his tenure was to get L.A. so well prepared for a large-scale disaster that “The world looks at us and says; I want to be like Los Angeles.”
Mayor Villaraigosa said; "With more than three decades of experience, Chief Cummings has proven himself as an innovative leader who can harness the strengths our world-class fire department and implement meaningful change,”
Chief Brian Cummings is a 34-year veteran of the Los Angeles Fire Department, with an exemplary record as a Firefighter, Engineer, Captain, Battalion Chief, Assistant Chief and Chief of Staff.
This evening we're joined by members (JD Thornburg, Hunter Huss, Tommy Snodgrass and crew chief Terry Lansdell) of the Concord, NC based 8 person relay Team FOG!
FOG Racing of Concord, NC competed in the 2014 Race Across America (RAAM) to raise money and awareness for the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte. Known as the “world’s toughest bicycle race,” RAAM will set more than 250 competitors on a 3,000-mile route stretching from the Pacific Coast to the Atlantic Coast. Team FOG will compete as an eight man team and race continuously day and night, on their own power expecting to complete the journey in roughly six days.
RAAM is the ultimate test of strength and determination. But every day, Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte helps children heal faster because they’re surrounded by their families. The goal of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is to improve the health and well-being of nearly 3.7 million children worldwide every year – and it has indeed made a global impact. And while its approach is to think globally, RMHC acts locally by tailoring programs and services that address the most urgent needs of each community it serves. With a network of local chapters, like the one here in Charlotte, its core programs can be found in 52 countries and regions around the globe.
FOG Racing is a group of avid cyclists who believe strongly in the Ronald McDonald House mission. These courageous adventurers will brave heat, wind, thunderstorms, altitude, the dark of night, fatigue and sleep deprivation, and cross several major mountain ranges to raise awareness and money in support of this mission.
Hellloooooo there listeners.
Welcome to The Intended Life, and remeber . . . It's your choice.
In today's episode I will talk about the simple things in life, the human things, and honoring our human things.
We all have desires to live in a better world, for things to be easy and magnificent, and I truly believe such a world is possible for everyone. But, there are many aspects of what a human being is and "easy" is most certainly a faceted and relative term. SO!, today we're going to be talking about allowing all of those human aspects, even the ones that may keep you from getting a promotion at work if it rears it's head at the wrong time, and integrating our humanity into our world. All things in balance, ya know.
In nature there is no waste, in human nature that remains to be seen, so today let's take a closer look shall we.
Also, I will be talking about the significance of peope riding bicycles naked, as World Naked Bike Ride was this past weeked! Exciting.
See you at 5:30 CST lovely listeners.
POLITICAL ANIMALS--Pressident Zachory Taylor's corpse exhumed to determine the cause of his death
Women's achievments in history--Susan B. Anthony--Amelia Earhart--Sandra Day' O conner
Little publicized US Supreme Court Decision on Bicycles
Births Deaths & Events relevant to US(a) Ethel Barrymore--Media
Rick Hansen(Canadian)--First known wheel chair marathoner--audio interview
POLITICAL ANIMALS--Eric Cantor US Representative from Virginia and US House of Representatives Republican party Majority Leader---How he just lost this weeks primary election in Virginia
POLLS--Should You really trust polls? Questions you should ask of pollsters
Bowe Bergahl's Father interesting background
Cole Porter Week musical roundup
How Bicycles parts are stolen at night--A Nightime theft caught on the spot video expose
June 13th Births Deaths & Events Relevant to US(a)
We're back May 16th with a fresh program.
Open Carry. Are people really freaked out when they see someone lawfully carrying a gun in an open manner? Gun control fanatics would have you think so, but we'll share evidence to the contrary.
Meanwhile, Doug's been doing things that have raised eyebrows at home. No, he's not on the outs with the family, but he's been sleeping on the back porch this week. We'll let him explain way.
Doug's also been resurrecting an old bike found at a thrift store. While there seems to be bicycle boom going on in the city, you don't see many bikes in the 'burbs anymore. If you've been to a metal recycler lately, chances are you've seen nearly new bikes piled in the scrap heap. What's up with that?
Potential political topics we may tackle:
Some MSM folk seem afraid Hillary Clinton may have hurt her chances of becoming president. And it has nothing to do with Benghazi...
And then there's Lois Lerner, formerly of the IRS, now held in contempt of Congress by the House. There's a bunch of people who act like it's a big deal. The same kind of folks who thought holding Eric Holder in contempt was a big deal. Yeah, who even remember that one? Will anyone still be talking about Lois Lerner by our show on May 16?
Plenty else may come along to spark conversations between now and showtime.
Join us for the May 16th Don and Doug beginning at one o'clock Friday (Eastern Time). Phone calls, chat and tweets are welcome.
Today's guest is Jeff Rasley a successful lawyer for 30 years, he made profitable investments, and so left law for more satisfying nonprofit endeavors at the age of 55. He's the president of one foundation and serve on the board of 5 nonprofit corporations. The post-retirement nonprofit effort which has been most meaningful to me is the Basa Village Foundation. It has finished a school with five grades, built a hydroelectric system, provided computers and educational materials for the school, smokeless stoves for all the homes in the village, toilets for the school, a temporary medical clinic, and we have started working on a clean water system. Basa Village is a beautiful little village in the Himalayan Mountains inhabited by the Rai people with their own unique culture. Prior to 2007 the villagers lived similar to the way people lived during the Middle Ages with no running water, electricity, toilet system or stoves. In Basa there are no vehicles with wheels, not even wheel barrows or bicycles.
Early in life Jeff, was an avid adventure traveler. In his 20s and 30s he had several adventure travel articles published about scuba diving and motorcycle trips. When he turned 40, at the suggestion of his wife to help resolve a "mid-life crisis", he hiked the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trail for the first time. He then took up Himalayan Mountaineering and solo sea-kayaking and wrote several articles about those experiences.
Since leaving the law Jeff devoted much time to passing on to others what wisdom he's gained through combining financial success with adventure travel and philanthropy.
Bicycles and Black people in West Palm Beach have a complicated relationship. Who's to Blame? Do Blacks hate bikes? Is that why they get arrested more in West Palm Beach when riding them? I didn't even know biking while black was a thing.
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