Bike Portland Bonus Episode – Pilot Episode “Director’s Commentary”

The BikePortland.org podcast (previously the Portland Afoot podcast) hit a milestone last month!

Recording panorama

Michael Andersen & I have been doing this little experiment called a podcast for 3 years now. And in honor of our 3rd birthday, we thought we would offer up a treat to our listeners: getting to experience us listening to the pilot episode for the first time since it came out. While drinking margaritas and whiskey.

And for the first time ever, this podcast contains cursing. Be warned.
This podcast contains pretty much none of the usual informative information of the typical podcast, but we hope it’ll be a fun diversion. Thanks Aaron Parecki for acting as our audio technician and chief margarita engineer for this. He also made this sweet timelapse of our recording session:

Lower your expectations, open a drink, have fun. Thanks for three awesome years.

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