Show #278 – December 26, 2015

Guests: Richard Schwinn, Maynard Hershon, Ross Shafer (this is an encore presentation of three of my favorite interviews from the past two seasons)

Encore! Encore! They shouted… and, so while we take the holiday off this week, we bring you three of my favorite interviews!

A name known to anyone who has ridden a bike for more than a few minutes – my interview with Richard Schwinn from December of 2013 is, as every conversation with Richard always seems to be, delightful.

Then we hear one of my favorite stories from my favorite bicycle story-teller, Maynard Hershon. If you haven’t heard him tell the tale of the “Nice Wheels” – (and even if you’ve heard it on another show), it is a beautiful story and told in a beautiful way.

Finally, I go back to August of 2014 to my great interview with Ross Shafer – the force behind Salsa Cycles. Only today, Ross is only involved in cycling on the periphery. His interests and his talents go far and wide.

I hope you enjoy this “encore” presentation of the Outspoken Cyclist.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

2 Replies to “Show #278 – December 26, 2015”

  1. Diane, Tim,

    A quick note of thanks for the great show you provide to all of us. It’s been great to have as a weekly “gift” that both my wife and I eagerly wait for. Much enjoyed!!!!

    Diane, I became aware of the show when while manning the press check-in desk at the NAHBS when it came to Sacramento in 2012. (I live in the Bay Area) You checked in, and kindly offer your business card to me and mentioned your show. This was a bonus…great bikes & then becoming aware of a great podcast. I will be there again this February and hope to thank you in-person.

    Best regards for the coming year with continuos success.

    Nick Lindsey

    1. Hi Nick,

      Thank you for such kind words! I am planning on a trip to NAHBS again this year and, hopefully will be offering a panel for others to enjoy. Please keep listening and commenting! It is always appreciated.

      Best regards and happy New Year.


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