Listen Up Northwest program 11: Cycling

Listen Up! Northwest Program 11 features stories on cycling and safety. Segments include:

* A bicycle commuting newbie shares her audio diary of her frist two weeks on the road. (Julie Sabatier, Destination DIY-Portland)
* A bicycle advocate and mom shares how she teaches her children to ride their two wheels on the streets safely. (Wes Brain, KSKQ-Ashland)
* A fight broke out at Seattle's Critical Mass last month which resulted in injuries and damaged personal property. Some in Seattle discuss what happened and what the increasing tensions between Bicylists and drivers may mean. (Tara Hayes, KBCS-Bellevue/Seattle)
* John Pucher, professor of public policy at Rutgers University spoke at Simon Frasier university in British Columbia. He speaks about how policies can affect bicycle safety in our cities (Redeye Radio Cooperative, CFRO-Vancouver, BC)
* The Portland Bicycle Ensemble plays instruments which happen to be their transportation mode of choice. (Portland Bike Ensemble-Portland)

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Listen Up! NW is produced by Yuko Kodama at KBCS for Reclaim the Media, and distributed by the Northwest Community Radio Network.

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