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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.
Mark Pattinson has multiple top five finishes in the 3,000 mile, coast to coast, non-stop bicycle Race Across America (RAAM). A crowd favorite, the understated Pattinson works a full time job, raises a family and fits in a busy training schedule. He is also a master tactician who knows his strengths and weaknesses. Mark is one of the most discilplined racers in the field who is able to let the rabbits go at the start and pick his way throught the field as the races crosses the continent. We look forward to discussing the 2014 edition with Mark this evening.
The BP MS 150 has grown into one of the largest fundraising cycling events of its kind. During the weekend of April 12-13, 2014 some 13,000 cyclists will ride their bikes from Houston, TX to Austin, TX for fun, exercise, fellowship as well as raise funds for the MS Society. Joining us this morning are Kelli Dreiling of the MS Society, Barry Katz (owner Katz's Deli and sponsor of the Katz's Deli team), JD Villansenor (organizer of the Katz's Deli team) and possibly some other riders. Looking forward to a great conversation!
The weather can be iffy this time of year as evidenced by the 6 inches of snow we received last night. Our topic today is Spring Training and we're joined by cycling coach John Hughes today to discuss the changes in our workouts as the cycling season builds.
Today's show 3.27.14
On the March 27th broadcasting of the Loisirslit’s Non-Profit Thursday Radio Show benefiting Bike & Build’s Logan Peeler along with showcasing some of our city’s brightest movers and shakers in the literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Our guests today include Bike & Build’s 2014 Rider Logan Peeler and 2013 Rider Ella Virginia Baldwin.
Additionally, we have the honor of chatting with Robert Driskell of Bayou Bicycles. Mr. Driskell is a Certified Body Geometry fit Technician and has been referred to as a "Tailor" of bicycles. By understanding the way a bicycle should be set up to limit outside forces that make a cyclist uncomfortable on the bike. Using science and tools allows me to focus in on the clients issues. My bicycle fit passion dates back to my intro into multisport events in 1982 my junior year of HS. Bicycle fitting is a passion I have. It is wonderful to make a difference in a cyclist relationship with their bike. Also joining Loisirslit today is Aleis Tusa, Director of Communications of New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. We also have Mrs. Marian and Mr. Andy Peeler (yes that’s Logan’s Parents) by way through Arkansas, are stopping by to talk about their son’s journey this summer and a little bit about MUSES. Our musical guest today is Kelly Love Jones, a Singer, a Songwriter, a Guitarist, a Lover of Life, and a Warrior.
And as always we are accompanied with our talented co-host Jennifer Pagan and our resident band and Dj BLacK PeaRl.
The weather can by iffy this time of year - as evidenced by the 6 inches of snow we received last night. Our topic today is Spring Training as we're joined by cycling coach John Hughes to discuss the changes in workout as we get into the cycling season. From Boulder, CO
United Health Care's Alison Powers calls in from Redlands following the final stage of the race. We'll have a much more in-depth interview with Powers once she has some time to relax. So many questions to ask about the constant change in GC and how that affected strategy right down to Sunday's finale. We go live this evening 6PM MDT.
Sarah H. of Knoxville was born 12 weeks premature. Before she left the hospital she had serious challenges to overcome. But this tiny baby was also born with a strong spirit and a can-do attitude that have helped her through those and many additional challenges in the first 23 years of her life.
Sarah is a member of Club Vibes (http://www.club-vibes.org/) an organization created by John and Sue Buckley to assist blind and visually impaired young people in the Knoxville area to live independent and productive lives by identifying their unique capacities and developing their individual strengths. They recruit "pilots" who steer tandem bicycles while a visually impaired young person "stokes" in the rear.
Sarah and Sue join Mike and Joyce to talk about Sarah's medical journey and her outstanding academic journey which she hopes will lead her to a career in medicine.
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Join transformative coach, David J. Diamond as he takes your calls about having a satisfying life in the arts. This week, David is pleased to invite as a Guest Speaker, Issa Nyaphaga, an incredible visual and performing artist, who uses his work, which has become sought-after around the world, to benefit his community in Cameroon. He has provided electricity, bicycles and in his latest effort, a free non-government controlled radio station to allow free flow of information among members of the community. He's an extraodinary artist/activist and I look forward to introducing him to you.
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Ruth Reiman, Sun Rideshare Manager for Pima Associations of Governments (PAG) and Kylie Walzak, Living Streets Alliance Cyclovia (Sunday, April 6) has become one of the most fun, well-attended, free, outdoor annual family events in this super bicycle-friendly town. FYI - Cyclovia comes from a Spanish word signifying the temporary closure of a network of streets to cars so that they become “open” to people. Our translation: Crazy fun for anyone wh
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