Celebrate the New Year on-air with the KBOO Bike Show this morning

Blind Pilot and KBOO Bike Show New Years Party-13

Party at KBOO!
(Photo © J. Maus)

It’s becoming a tradition on the KBOO Bike Show to open up the studio doors on the first show of the year. This year is no different — local band No They Do will be playing live (Blind Pilot played last year), free coffee and treats will be on hand, and listeners are invited to turn off their radio and come down to help create the show.

Drop in this morning at 20 SE 8th Ave between 11am and noon to drink coffee, listen live, and if you’re so inclined, to step up to the mic and tell Portland your new year’s resolutions for bikes. It’s your party! Details below:

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Come in from the cold and help us celebrate when the KBOO Bike Show opens our doors and our broadcast to you, the listeners.

We wouldn’t be here without you, so ride on down or call in to the studio (503-231-8187) as our special guests to ring in the new cycling year and hear your voices, live on the air.

We want to hear your bike-centric predictions and hopes for this upcoming year while we’re entertained by the lovely sounds of local band, No They Do, bringing us futuristic robot lullabies.

This is your chance to join us for some cookies, fresh brewed Courier Coffee and conversation at the KBOO studios at 20 SE 8th Avenue.

11am- noon, Wednesday, January 6th. The future is in you, so let’s hear it!

Listen live at 90.7 FM or tune in online.

If you miss the show, but want to listen later, you can listen to our podcast.

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Spencer Boomhower
Spencer Boomhower
12 years ago

I had a lot of fun doing this last year, even zipping down there last minute. Got to see the inner workings of kboo, had some great coffee, and got to see Blind Pilot play not three feet away, and they’re wonderful to hear acoustically.

And of course there was the bikey talk and bikey people. I wasn’t prepared to say anything on the radio, but if I had, it would have been something like: let’s hear it for bike boulevards (especially the ones that helped me zip down to the station in no time, Salmon and Ankeny), and let’s get more of them in the new year. The same holds true this year.

12 years ago

hey, kids, give us a heads up next time

12 years ago

KBOO has an incredibly beautiful mural covering the front of its building. Time for new photo.