the bikescape podcastAuthor: jon winston
07 Jul 2022

the bikescape podcast

Download, listen or watch all podcasts

Bikes and space

  • Listen

    And, speaking of New York...

    This showed up on StreetsblogSF. It originates with NYCBike Maps. The video shows how New York is on the forefront of cutting-edge street design with its separated bike lanes, car-free pedestrian walk ways and plazas. If we can make it there, we can make it anywhere!

  • Posted on 11 Sep 2009

  • Listen

    NPR: Biking in New York

    There will be an excellent podcast with former Bogata Columbia mayor Enrique Peñalosa eventually after I take care of some family issues, I promise! In the meantime, listen to this great NPR segment about biking in NY with The Bike Snob.

  • Posted on 10 Sep 2009

  • Listen

    East Oakland Rides

    It's going down! July 25th 2pm Lake Merritt 468 Perkins St. You don't want to miss this!! its going to be off the chain!!!

    Bikes 4 Life 2nd Annual Peace Bike Ride ending at Defremery Park 3pm 1651 Adeline St Oakland
    in collaboration w/ 100 yr anniversary of Oakland Park & Rec (celebration, food, and entertainment)

    for more info email
    510-238-8080 ext. 310

  • Posted on 15 Jul 2009

  • Listen

    San Francisco bike culture matures as bike plan is adopted

    After nearly three years of stalemate due to a court injunction, the San Francisco Bicycle Plan has its environmental impact report unanimously certified by the Planning Department and is adopted by the Municipal Transportation Agency.

    The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition turned out over two hundred supporters for the MTA meeting to speak in favor of the plan. Friends of Bikescape, Nancy Botkin and Mike Smith joined me and my partner Karen Franklin to discuss how the meeting went and how bike advocacy has changed over the last decade. Interspersed in this informal discussion are audio clips from the meeting.

    Download the mp3 or
    subscribe to Bikescape in itunes

    Photo from the sfbc flickr pool by Rhonda Winter

  • Posted on 11 Jul 2009

  • Listen

    KQED discussion about San Francisco Bike Plan

    While you wait for my take on last week's MTA meeting that approved the log stalled San Francisco Bicycle plan, here's an hour long round table discussion that aired this morning on KQED's Forum.

    Guests were
    • Charlie O'Hanlon, owner of Charlie's Place on 17th St. in San Francisco
    • Jamie Whitaker, vice president of the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association
    • Judson True, media relations manager for the San Francisco MTA
    • Leah Shahum, executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
    Rachel Gordon, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle
    Rob Anderson, party to the litigation of the EIR, blogger and anti-bicycling activist

  • Posted on 01 Jul 2009


Follow Playlisto