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Allen Ballard wrote the book on choosing a senior trike
88 year old professor Allen Ballard just wrote the book on choosing the right wheels for keeping us moving and exploring the outdoors as we age. Educated at Harvard and teaching at SUNY Allen shares with us the extensive research used for his recent book "Keep on Moving!". We talk about how the world of recumbent trikes and e-assist fit into his plan to keep us all active as we age. We will also had Ed Miller on for a short segment about the tragic loss of trike rider James Dobson who was touring the US to raise money to fight childhood cancer. As many of you know James joined us on our last show from the road in Alabama and was killed two days later while riding in Mississippi. Ed rode with James a few days earlier in Georgia and attended his funeral this past Sunday. He gives us a short update on the facts of the case and shares with us the family's thoughts about the recumbent community and how we can best remember James. Bryan does a review of the Triot trike and Denny has a preview of the upcoming ultra racing season on the sports to round our webcast.
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January 6th-Kids building and racing their own velomobiles-Australian Pedal Prix
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