E449 – Andrew & Patty




Andrew Shaw-Kitch and Patty Otero drop into the studio and explain how they plan to bicycle from California to New York during the winter.  Is this tempting of fate, or a fabulous adventure in the making?  It sounds like a lot of fun since we don’t usually get to talk about bicycle touring that much in the winter ourselves.

As always, thanks to our drink sponsor The Beer Mongers & our generous Patreon donors.

Calendar
2nd Thursday of every month Joyful Rider’s Club in Minneapolis
2nd Friday of Every Month Boston Bike Party
Also, 2nd friday of Every Month Indianapolis Bike Party
Also, Also, 2nd Friday of Every Month East Bay Bike Party
Last friday of every month: Baltimore Bike Party
Every 2nd Sunday of every month in PDX: Corvidae Bike Club Ride
Feb. 1 Kidical Mass Planning Meeting
Feb. 16 Slough Country Ramble
March 9 Dead Freeways Ride

UPCOMING Filmed By Bike TOUR DATES:
CALL FOR ENTRIES! Submit your film by January 20 to be part of the collection
Boise, ID – January 18
Los Angeles, CA – January 27
Hood River, OR – February 12
Arcata, CA – March 15
Bendigo, Australia – October 4

Speaking of Tour Dates, Miles of Portraits are touring REIs on the East Coast, we already missed a bunch, but here’s what’s upcoming:
Jan 24 Washington, D.C.
Jan 29 New York, NY
Jan 31 Paramus, NJ

Headlines
From Brock: Lumberjack’s new album is out!

From bikeportland.org: PBOT: Better Naito will return three months early this yearPBOT: Better Naito will return three months early this year

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One thought on “E449 – Andrew & Patty

  1. Enjoy the podcast; in one of the recent ones the comment was made that pedestrian walking has the lowest impact on infrastructure. If you look at the energy expended per distance traveled, cycling is less than walking therefore it could be argued that cycling has the least impact on infrastructure.

    Keep up the good work.

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