One windy night last week, cycling poet Meg Brennan joined me in my home to record the third installment of Rebel Metropolis’s drunken bike-themed podcast. Topics of discussion involved Portland’s recent Snowpocalype 2014, using bikes as tools of civil disobedience, pedestrian fatalities, the political spectrum of bicycle advocacy, bike shopping at Wal-Mart, why there aren’t cycling commercials… Continue reading Rebel Metropolis Bicycle Drunk-Cast: Volume 3!
Post Superbowl, cycling comrade Meg Brennan sat down with me once again to record our second drunken bicycle pod-cast. Topics of discussion involved the diversity vs. normality of bike culture, donating to Planned Parenthood, issues of land use and gentrification, class structure, capitalism, blogging in general, Streetfilms, street art as community builder, riding a bike as… Continue reading Rebel Metropolis Bicycle Drunk-Cast: Round 2!
Merry Chrimbus! Hopefully yesterday’s festivities were fulfilling for all and included at least a bit of riding. Okay, on with the show. Meg Brennan is a dear friend of mine. She is a writer and a poet. She has never owned a car, instead choosing to ride a Nishiki she named Barbara Gordon. After weeks… Continue reading Rebel Metropolis Bicycle Drunk-Cast: Volume One!