Woo-Hooo! Ã‚Â Our first Podcast is here. Ã‚Â Click on the image above to listen via your browser, or subscribe through your favorite RSS reader or iTunes. (links coming soon) Ã‚Â Our first episode features:
- Gary Fisher discusses his 2010 road bikes, his wardrobe and what it would take to get him on a starting line with the rest of the repack bunch.
- Chris Wehan of Look Cycles USA discusses their new-f0r-2009 566 Origin carbon road bike and their full-carbon, one-piece crankset.
- JP Kemmick fills us in on his Trek to Re-Energize America, a plan for cyclists throughout the U.S. to ride to and converge on Washington, D.C., this Summer.
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The Gary Fisher Arc Pro is currently one of the top road bicycles in his stable, with an Aluminum main frame and carbon seat stays. Ã‚Â But for 2010, he’s got some all-carbon beasts to unleash…listen to him explain it all and what he’s riding right now.
Chris Wehan from Look Cycles USA runs down the what and why behind the launch of an “entry level” road bike. Ã‚Â We’re currently reviewing this bike, and all I can say is there ain’t much about it that’s entry level, making it a bargain for $2,699 MSRP USD.
Lastly, we speak with JP Kemmick, the founder of the Trek to Re-Energize America, aÃ‚Â bicycle ride for people from every state to hop on thier bikes and end up in Washington, D.C., this summer to promote cycling advocacy and impress upon our elected officials the importance of including bikes in our transportation plans for the future.
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