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Breaking Bike

A Bike, Cycling and Urban Bike podcast
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LaneSpotter's podcast dedicated to breaking down everything urban biking. Bike lanes, bike tech, bike safety, bike people telling bike stories. If you dig bikes, you'll dig Breaking Bike.


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Recent Episodes

National Bike Summit 2018
Lynsie and Dave of LaneSpotter attend National Bike Summit in Washington DC. They host a happy hour, talk to Renee Moore, Outreach Coordinator at Washington Area Bicyclist Association, and reflect on their experience at the Summit, which included many interesting panel discussions, a tour of NPR and breaking the law on the National Mall.
Pittsburgh Bike Lanes & 6,000 Miles Through Queens, NY
On the first episode of Breaking Bike, Lynsie Campbell and Dave English of LaneSpotter lay the foundation for what you can expect from the podcast. Lynsie is the Founder of LaneSpotter and is also an avid cyclist and daily bike commuter. Dave English is the Outreach and Engagement Manager at LaneSpotter and likes to ride his bike to puppet shows, where he is likely the one controlling the puppets. In episode one, Lynsie and Dave speak with Eric Boerer, Advocacy Director at Bike PGH, about all things bike in Pittsburgh, PA. They also talk to Steve Scofield, a member of the Queens Activist Committee in Queens, NY, about the epic 6,000+ miles he biked and mapped in NYC in 2017.
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Feb 16th, 2018
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Mar 13th, 2018
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