Bike Karma EP21: Vintage Columbia Bikes - Bike Share Singapore - Bringing a Bike Shop Back to Main Street - Cycling on the Oldest Ferry in the USA

October 20, 2017

Bike Karma EP21: Vintage Columbia Bikes - Bike Share Singapore - Bringing a Bike Shop Back to Main Street - Cycling on the Oldest Ferry in the USA 

 

Interviews and Segments-

-Intro 

1- Schwinns were the king of the classic 1950's Tank Bicycles but waiting in the wings were many other brands making beautiful riders. We talk about collecting, restoring, and riding vintage Westfield Columbia Bicycles 

2- We all dream of a world with bikes everywhere for everyone. Singapore got 30,000-ish and we look at how that's going and what happened next.

3- What is it like to bring a bicycle shop back into "Main Street USA" in the 21st century?

4- We take a short trip on the oldest continuously operating Ferry in the USA across the Connecticut River.

5- Thanks and Credits 

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The Mission of the Bike Karma Podcast is just to be a friendly point on the map for anyone who loves any type of bicycle to make connections with other bicycle enthusiasts from inside and outside of their own camps. From riding, to fixing, to collecting... from begineers to champions... from the garage workshop to the peleton... we've either covered it or are planning on it.... It is not meant to be a guidebook (you should think for yourself and safely ride within your abilities) just interesting stories. Thanks for coming along for the ride. 
 
 
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Theme Music with Permission by the Band Mobjack at Mobjack Music and written and performed by Keller Glass
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