Playing tracks by
Coeur De Pirate, My Kind Of Karma, The Frank Horvat Band, Kemo Treats, 100 Mile House and more.
With just four shows left before taking a 6-month leave, we're going to be doing a series of interviews on the Bike Report looking at how cycling has changed in the past few years, and what we can expect from it into the future. Today we chatted to Mark Rumsey, the manager and owner of Hardcore Bikes on Whyte Ave about the changes that they've seen as a bike shop, and what we can expect to see more of in bicycle shops. Next week, we'll be talking to Tyler Golly from the City of Edmonton.
We also talked about blowing up car inner tubes with your nose to ward off boils and how the Israeli Defense ministry is racking up a huge parking fine because they're exempt from paying them.