May 28th, 2007

Tonight's show (at 7:30) is a lovingly restored rebroadcast of an episode that ran earlier this season -- one that focused on two-wheeled conveyances. So in order to keep the conversation balanced, we had to keep moving forward. (Sorry -- I'm a bit under the weather, and my writing is possibly even loopier than usual.)

Two-Wheeler Type 1: Choppers -- those beautiful, raunchily loud, handmade motorcycles. Expert: Tom Zimberoff, chopper-lover, photographer extraordinaire, and author of the dazzling photo book Art of the Chopper II.

Two-Wheeler Type 2: Mountain bikes -- that relatively new species of bicycle that allows people very much not like me to go at high speeds up and down really big hills. (Okay, I do have a mountain bike -- and I love it -- but I tend to stay on the flatlands.) Experts: biking pioneers Joe Breeze and Jacquie Phelan. Joe made one of the first mountain bikes and currently makes commuter-friendly "Breezer Bikes." As for Jacquie, she was one of the early woman mountain-biking champions and now -- among other endeavors -- runs WOMBATS: the Women's Mountain Bike & Tea Society.

Plus, there's a "Wandering Josh" segment in which I attended a chopper show at the Cow Palace and earned my leathers -- well, tried to.

Entry Filed under: tv episodes


  • 1. Sue T.  |  May 29th, 2007 at 7:06 am

    Ah, I went to see “Citizen Josh” on Sunday and was wondering if you had a bit of a cold. It was wonderful nevertheless!

  • 2. Josh Kornbluth  |  May 29th, 2007 at 12:57 pm

    Thanks, Sue — so glad you came to the show! … Yeah, I’m actually at the (I hope) tail end of a monstrously yucky flu. Take your vitamins, everyone!!

Watch Mondays at 7:30pm
Comcast On Demand & KQED 191
email reminder Sign-up for email reminders


May 2007
« Apr   Jun »

Most Recent Posts

The opinions expressed on
The Josh Kornbluth Show blog
are those of the author and not necessarily those of KQED.