They’re not just plugs, they are news items

Andrew Demack and 20% co-host Cathy Peel discuss upcoming bike events around SEQ.

It’s the plugs episode of Briztreadley.

Plugs and patches. Don’t forget patches.

 

 

 

Post Bike Week wrap, plus SEQ DH and Sunshine Series

Briztreadley's Jordana Blackman (centre) showing her barrier style at the Bike Week CX. Sholto Douglas pic.

Briztreadley’s Jordana Blackman (centre) showing her barrier style at the Bike Week CX. Sholto Douglas pic.

This is Episode 14 for 2016 of the Briztreadley podcast, and it comes to you courtesy of the efforts of Hayden Lester, who while I (Andrew) was otherwise engaged in Bike Week and the rest of my life, was busily putting together some excellent coverage of what’s been happening around South East Queensland in the bike world.

Thanks Hayden!

Featuring Jordana Blackman, Lonnie Toia, Joshua Button, & Declan Kilkenny (pray for DK!).

Bike Week 2015, featuring the Q&A event, Is Cycling Important?

This episode of the Briztreadley podcast includes your hosts Andrew Demack, Chris Welsh and Jordana Blackman doing a quick review of Bicycle Queensland’s festival of cycling, Bike Week 2015.

And the event during Bike Week that this podcast focuses on is the Q&A session “Is Cycling Important”. The new Main Roads Minister, the Hon Mark Bailey MP, and Brisbane City Council’s chair of Active Transport, Cr Peter Matic, are the two key speakers. Greg Vann, board member of Bicycle Queensland, is the facilitator. And the audience throws in some pretty good questions!