Episode 100: JustGoBike Century – That’s Right we’re Still Here!

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We got the gang back together for the 100th Episode of the JustGoBike Podcast! Alumni members, fan favorites, and more! Thank you for 100 episodes of bikes, fun, beverages, and pie – we never thought we would make it this … Continued

Episode 49: Here’s to the New Biking Year!

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We welcome the New Year and all the riding that the year brings us. The JustGoBike team of Mark Wyatt & Kathy Murphy (aka Murph) from the Iowa Bicycle Coalition and TJ Juskiewicz & Andrea Parrott from RAGBRAI gathered to … Continued

Episode 31: These Police Officers Ride Bikes to Remember the Fallen

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While there are many teams that cross the state of Iowa during RAGBRAI, the Iowa C.O.P.S. team is one that rides with a deeply serious and personal purpose: to recognize and honor the extraordinary contributions of law enforcement officers who … Continued

Episode 28: Coast to Coast on a Penny Farthing

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This week we catch up with Julian Redman, an intrepid bicyclist who didn’t just bike from coast to coast — he pedaled his way from San Francisco to the beaches of Boston on his own custom penny farthing big-wheel bicycle. … Continued

Episode 26: From RAAM Back to Real Life With Sarah Cooper and Crew

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For two weeks in June Sarah Cooper, the top female finisher in the 2017 Race Across America (RAAM), rode her bike across the country with the help of dedicated crew members — good friends and fellow bicyclists — trailing her … Continued

Episode 25: NPR’s No Pie Refused Rides Its Fifth RAGBRAI

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May the fork be with you: National Public Radio’s “No Pie Refused” regroups for another RAGBRAI after the political conventions of the 2016 presidential campaign interrupted the summer cycling plans for all but one of its journalists-bicyclists. We talk to … Continued

Episode 23: Science Fiction and Bicycles

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Bicycles arguably belong in science fiction every bit as much as spaceships, phasers and Wookies. Just ask Jeremy Withers, an assistant professor at Iowa State University in Ames who teaches sci-fi, British literature and the history of the English language. … Continued