- This week’s FIVE THINGS is with Guitar Ted, a.k.a., Mark Stevenson. Guitar Ted is, among other things, an Iowan, a seasoned bike mechanic, guitar player, and as you will find out, an accomplished, inventive home cook. Guitar Ted stated Gravel Grinder News in 2008 and is now one half of the website ridinggravel.com.
- This week’s FIVE THINGS is with The Savannah Bicycle Commuter, Gordon Parks. A diabetes diagnoses and a wrecked car got him off the couch and on his bike. Parks serves as a volunteer with the Savannah Bicycle Campaign’s New Standard Cycles program. He spends several hours each week reconditioning donated bicycles, which are given to deserving individuals who need safe, affordable and dependable transportation.
- This week’s FIVE THINGS is with University of Minnesota Duluth Writing Professor, dedicated bicycle commuter, freelance music journalist and essayist, Chris Godsey. For the past eight years Chris has also co-facilitated weekly critical dialogue groups among men arrested for using violence against women for the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project. Enjoy this week’s FIVE THINGS
- FIVE THINGS is a new weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog and it's a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS features Boston Resident Charlotte Fagan. Charlotte is known for a lot of positive things on and off the bike -- Her epic blog, Woman on a Wheel, the work she did with Bikes Not Bombs as their International Programs Coordinator and she is founder and co-organizer of Femmechanics and their event Babes Bike Boston.
- FIVE THINGS is a new weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog and it's a short interview about life and bikes with a notable person. This week we feature the whirling dervish of bikes and the man City Pages dubbed "Bike Messiah, Patrick Stephenson. He's the co-founder of 30 Days of Biking, a new Dad, and Editor-in-Chief of the new cycling lifestyle publication JoyRide Magazine. of We hope you enjoy our interview with Patrick.
- FIVE THINGS is a new weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers blog and is short interview about life and bikes with a notable person. This week's installment features musician, poet, environmental steward, cyclists an Salsa Cycles sponsored athlete Ben Weaver.