:23 https://on.soundcloud.com/EXosA Chicago's Bike Grid Now uses 4 mph "Slow Jam" rides to demand slow & safe bike-prioritized streets across Chicago. Chicago Bike Grid Now member Rony Islam speaks with cohosts Nick, Taylor, and Seamus. 12:37 https://on.soundcloud.com/QQxTC Bike philosophy, the differences between biking in NYC and LA, and bike advocacy in 3 short interviews by Seamus Garrity with Allez LA co-owners Kyle B. Kelley and Shawn Wolf, and patron/Los Feliz Neighborhood Councilmember Aida Ashouri. 24:32 https://on.soundcloud.com/gJDT3 How can a global nonviolent movement to compel the world's governments to address the climate and ecological emergency use bikes in their actions? Josh Goldstein of Extinction Rebellion LA interviews LA Bike Oven mechanic and bike advocate Joe Borfo on exactly that question. 42:24 https://on.soundcloud.com/4msrB "Guerrilla bike activists" of the Crosswalk Collective in Los Angeles and The People's CDOT in Chicago take infrastructure into their own hands. Tony Ho Tran speaks on his article in the Daily Beast: https://www.thedailybeast.com/meet-the-guerrilla-bike-activists-installing-bootleg-infrastructure-for-safer-streets Closing Song, "Bike," by Mal Webb. Interstitial music, "Just Moving," by Don Ward. Visit BikeTalk.org to be involved.