National bike leaders on KBOO Bike Show tomorrow

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Randy Neufeld with the SRAM Cycling
Fund will be among the guests
on tomorrow’s show.
(Photo © J. Maus)

You don’t want to miss the monthly KBOO Bike Show tomorrow. Show co-host Michelle Poyourow has put together an impressive panel of guests to give us wide view of what’s going on with bicycling in cities across North America

Here’s the show description:

“Bike coordinators and advocates from across North America discuss how their cities are taking the lead on cycling– including bike sharing programs, off road trail developments and much more. Portland may be a forerunner in cycling, but these cities are inspiring and quickly on the way to becoming bike meccas themselves. Guest Randy Neufield, National advocate with the SRAM Cycling Fund, will give our listeners a broad perspective on where and how cycling is affecting transportation nationwide.”

Other guests include:

  • Timothy Papandreou, Deputy Director of Transportation Planning for the Sustainable Streets Division of San Francisco’s Municipal Transit Agency
  • Charles Gandy, Mobility Coordinator, City of Long Beach
  • Yvonne Bambrick, founding Director of the Toronto Cyclists’ Union
  • Caroline Samponaro, Director of Bicycle Advocacy for Transportation Alternatives, NYC
  • Neil Trembley, trail and bicycle advocate in Minneapolis
  • Scott Robinson, Transportation Planner with the City of Bloomington, IN

Those are smart people working in cities that are doing very innovative and exciting things for bikes. You can catch the show live from 11:00 am to noon tomorrow (4/6) on 90.7 FM, or you can stream it from You can also download a recording of the show here.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Founder of BikePortland (in 2005). Father of three. North Portlander. Basketball lover. Car owner and driver. If you have questions or feedback about this site or my work, feel free to contact me at @jonathan_maus on Twitter, via email at, or phone/text at 503-706-8804. Also, if you read and appreciate this site, please become a supporter.

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12 years ago

I did not know that about Portland Transport archives, which is awesome. You can also subscribe to the podcast and get it regularly delivered to your IPOD, which is what I do since I cannot bring myself to get up early enought to listen in real-time.