E108 – Dave Feucht: Crash Story

This week Dave Feucht from Portlandize.com gives us the lowdown on a recent accident he was involved in.

Headlines
Ricki Lake: Emily Finch talks about her multi-kid bakfiets setup on national TV
BikePortland: Tom LaBonty heads to Texas to teach cargo bike building
Lovely Bicycle: When do we need a cargo bike?

Mailbag
Listener Ryan has been having difficulties with Apple’s new podcasts app and our show (as have many others).  Our take? Apple is effed.

David writes in from Fred Meyer HQ to address our displeasure with local bike racks.
“If you send me photos for ammunition I’ll be sure to harass our planning department about this :-). If I recall correctly, they try to remodel each store ~ every 10 years, I’m guessing these stores are due… “

Darren Alff from BicycleTouringPro.com announces the launch of sister site GoBicycleTouring.com and is giving away free touring packages in a contest as part of the site launch!

 

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2 thoughts on “E108 – Dave Feucht: Crash Story

  1. Thanks for your podcasts. I work at nights and have time to sit and relax to listen to your interviews. I really enjoyed the interview the touring biker guy ~ Darren. Wish you guys a great and safe holidays and a outstanding 2013.

  2. Hello gentlemen,

    Listening my way through the archives, so you might see the odd comment from me here and there. :^) This particular episode struck me because, of the three (or four, can’t recall) small bike-accidents I’ve experience, two (or three) occurred with other cyclists. It’s NOT obvious that this would happen! As a city-cyclist, I’m usually more on the look-out for cars/trucks/buses and pedestrians than for other bikes.

    Keep ridin’ the good ride,
    Phoebe Sinclair

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