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The Bike Show


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Podcast of the Bike Show, fro Resonance 104.4FM. A weekly show delving in to the transcendenntal pleasure of cycling in and around London and beyond. From the Tour De France to Critical Mass, from cycle commuting to
Recent Episodes for The Bike Show
DATE: Wed, 04 Aug 2010
SIZE: 17.3 MB
Ron Cooper on Ron Cooper

Ron Cooper is a legend in framebuilding. He started as a fifteen-year-old apprentice with A.S. Gillott, and his frames have come to define the very best of the British lightweight style. He talks about the early days learning from master framebuilders like Jim Collier and Bill Philbrook, his own racing career and his commercial success [...]

DATE: Tue, 27 Jul 2010
SIZE: 23.9 MB
Looking back at Le Tour and ahead to ‘Bicycle Thieves’

Lionel Birnie of Cycling Weekly shares his best moments of this year’s sensational Tour De France. Plus we look ahead to Bicycle Thieves, which combines theatre and BMXing on the streets of London, as part of the InTransit festival. Book tickets for just £4 here or by calling 0845 230 9769.

DATE: Wed, 21 Jul 2010
SIZE: 32.1 MB
Talking Le Tour with Paul Fournel

An extended, hour long edition of the show featuring French writer, poet, cyclist and cultural ambassador Paul Fournel (pictured). We stroll from the French House in Soho to the Rapha Cycle Club in Clerkenwell, to visit an exhibition of a hundred years of racing bicycles. The exhibition runs for two more weeks and is well [...]

DATE: Wed, 14 Jul 2010
SIZE: 20.4 MB
Gavin Turk’s ‘Les Bikes du Bois Rond’

Tim Dawson joins artist Gavin Turk on the first of two rides in the East Anglian countryside. Plus a detailed look at the Mayor of London’s new cycle hire bikes, with Transport for London’s Gary McGowan, technical adviser to the special projects team. To join the second of Gavin Turk’s rides, starting in Ipswich, on 17 [...]

DATE: Thu, 08 Jul 2010
SIZE: 20.3 MB
Un Tour de France de Londres with Stephen Bayley

As part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Stephen Bayley leads a ride around the best of French architecture, art and design to be found on the streets of London. Stephen Bayley is the Observer’s architecture and design critic, the founding director of the Design Museum and in 1989 was a made a Chevalier [...]

DATE: Tue, 22 Jun 2010
SIZE: 21.8 MB
Now We Are Six (part one)

It’s time to blow out the candles on The Bike Show’s great big carbo-loaded birthday cake. 6 years old! To mark the occasion this week’s show features some of the more memorable moments from the first three years of experimental two wheeled art radio. Years four to six in due course. Thanks to all who have [...]

DATE: Wed, 16 Jun 2010
SIZE: 27.9 MB
Lock it or lose it

Talking bicycle security with author and blogger Rob Ainsley and Anthony Lau, architect and designer of the excellent Cycle Hoop that cheaply converts street furniture into cycle racks. Anthony is also soon to unveil a new car-shaped bicycle storage rack (pictured, above) at the London Festival of Architecture. Rob gives his verdict on the new [...]

DATE: Tue, 08 Jun 2010
SIZE: 28.6 MB
A Journey Into Tranquility

Sustrans is the sustainable transportation charity and lobby group that pioneered the national cycle network. It is also one of the country’s biggest commissioners of public art. Today’s show is devoted to one of Sustrans’s new Prospectives series, a handful of deliberately experimental projects that are more conceptual and investigative in nature than the more [...]

DATE: Wed, 02 Jun 2010
SIZE: 33.4 MB
A Life On Two Wheels

This week, a guest production by Stuart Watt. Life’s race from childhood to old age, as told by those who live it on two wheels. Original music by Chris Annetts. If you’d like to contribute material to The Bike Show, please get in touch

DATE: Tue, 25 May 2010
SIZE: 26.4 MB
Giro d’Italia at Look Mum No Hands

As the Giro d’Italia enters its third week, we discuss Italy’s great stage race with Lionel Birnie of Cycling Weekly, in an experimental live broadcast from Look Mum No Hands, London’s newest and best cycle-cafe. Sam Humpheson shows us around the premises. The show also features a look back at Fausto Coppi, one of the [...]

DATE: Tue, 18 May 2010
SIZE: 26.3 MB
Cycle Superhighways – Waste of Paint or Copenhagenization?

A long, hard look at the Mayor of London’s plans for 12 cycle superhighways – bike routes from the outer boroughs along London’s main arterial roads. With Kulveer Ranger, Boris Johnson’s top transport adviser, Rob Ainsley of the Real Cycling blog, and Charlie Lloyd of the London Cycling Campaign.

DATE: Mon, 10 May 2010
SIZE: 26.3 MB
Season opener: Berlin, bikes & public art, Dunwich Dynamo

Can London ever be as good a cycling city as Berlin? Helen Pidd of the Guardian and Matt Tempest give their views. Artist Mila Lipowicz talks about East London Local(Eyes): an interactive video installation that recreates the feeling of riding a bike around East London. Katy Hallett of Sustrans on commissioning public art for the [...]

DATE: Mon, 22 Mar 2010
SIZE: 5.26 MB
Lorries/HGVs/LGVs killing cyclists: an appeal to London listeners

Last Thursday, on what felt like a warm, sunny first day of Spring, I was witness to the immediate aftermath of a collision involving a cyclist and a 32 tonne articulated lorry. It was a truly horrible, chilling sight. The lorry was stopped in the middle of the road and the crushed remains of a [...]

DATE: Wed, 17 Feb 2010
SIZE: 42.6 MB
The Racing Year with Lionel Birnie

In an off-season podcast-only extended episode, Lionel Birnie of Cycling Weekly joins me to talk about the year ahead in professional road racing. We talk about the season-openers in the Gulf, the Monuments and Cobbled Classics and of course the Grand Tours, where Britain’s Team Sky is hoping to make a big impact in its [...]

DATE: Tue, 26 Jan 2010
SIZE: 36.5 MB
Do It Yourself

David Kitchen, aka Velocio, set up the London Fixed Gear and Single Speed Forum almost three years ago. In a short time it has spawned an active and inventive cycling community and in the process the forum has grown to become the world’s eleventh most visited cycling website. David talks about the success of the [...]

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