Friday, August 05, 2005

Cycling and community - a conversation with Chris Carlsson

How does your choice of transportation create or destroy community? We talk with author, historian, co-originator of Critical Mass and my friend Chris Carlsson to get some insight.

Listen to the podcast or
go directly to Bikescape in itunes

Buy or download these and others of Chris' books at Full Enjoymment Books.












More links that Chris sent me-
www.shapingsf.org
www.processedworld.com
www.lipmagazine.org/ccarlsson


Some of the events mentioned in the community calendar segment were unintelligable so here are the links-

Get information about the Mt. Tam Double Century ride at the Marin Cyclists website

Contact Brandon to learn about the Vertigo tour of San Francisco.


3 comments:

Brett said...

Hey! It's Brett again from Zen and the Art of Triathlon (www.blankner.com). I loved your last podcast and it's commentary on society. I mentioned it on my last podcast and encouraged people to get out on their bikes because "reality isn't what you see on tv while sitting next to your AC". One thing that I noticed that maybe you didn't catch: While you and Chris were talking about today's Do It Yourself mentality, the one example that you didn't give was podcasting. Taking over broadcasting and making the shows you want to make and the public really wants to hear falls right in line with taking back the streets for biking and taking back public lands for gardening.

Awesome show! I've been talking about it with friends for days.

bill said...

Yes! That was really a great show.

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