The BikePortland Podcast
NOTE: Our podcast is currently on hiatus. Feel free to listen to past episodes!
Welcome to the BikePortland Podcast (formerly the Portland Afoot Podcast) where Michael Andersen, Lily Karabaic and Jonathan Maus delve into a new issue each month. We tackle a range of topics with a mix of personal commentary, news and information in a digestible format.
— We are also on Stitcher where you can listen to our podcast on your mobile device.
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— Browse past episodes below or visit our podcast post archives here.
Robots in our streets: Tech and transportation (recorded live)
How bike advocates are made
Pedaling the urban/rural divide
Epilepsy, visibility science, and other things you might not know about bike lights
This episode features special guest Halley Weaver, author of the Bikeleptic blog. We discuss a topic with more than meets the eye: bicycle lights.
Bike Fun Kitten Brigade (or, How Bike Fun is Changing the World)
In this episode, Lily and Jonathan are joined by special guest Carl Larson for a chat about bike fun and Pedalpalooza. Learn how bike fun is a gateway drug for bike advocacy, why the Naked Bike Ride is embraced (while critical mass is reviled), and why no one will go on a “Save the Earth” ride.
May 2014: Getting Our Signals Straight
In this episode, Lily, Michael and Jonathan are joined by PBOT Division Manager of Signals, Lighting and ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) Peter Koonce for a discussion of the surprisingly powerful role of traffic signals in creating a bike-friendly city.
April 2014: Biking While Fashionable
In this episode, Lily, Michael and Jonathan are joined by special guest Meghan Sinnott for a in-depth conversation on the who/what/why of bike fashion. We guarantee you’ll want to ride in a skirt (whether you’re a guy or a gal) after listening.