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CYCLING RADIO USA November 4, 2008

Posted by chechurubierainfo in Uncategorized.

We had a great email last week from Kim West. Never heard of him? Well, get online and you can hear him. He’s the voice behind the Kim West Radio Cycling Show on Des Moine’s Sports Station, 1460 KXNO. We asked Kim to tell us more.


“It’s been on the air just since April (27 episodes), and we cover all aspects of cycling, although frankly, my heart belongs to racing.

I’ve just started to assemble, for an upcoming regular once-a-month feature, a guest list of “legends of cycling.”  It’s my intention to interview (live and on-air, if possible) as many folks who, in some way or another, have had a profound impact on the sport we all love so much.

Here in the States, we are attempting to arrange riders from the early days of mountain bike racing, Greg lemond and other riders from the 70s, 80s and earlier and later of road fame, race promoters and team directors and so forth.

I’ve contacted a fellow in Ireland about some of the greats in his home country (including Roche and Kelly, and, well, you can see both the potential of the scope, and also, where this might be leading.

I’d LOVE to have a chance to talk with Chechu – who wouldn’t, right? – or anyone else (team mechanics, directors) who might enjoy an interesting and informative hour of chat.”


All Kim’s previous shows are archived, and you can get them on-demand, or via i-tunes, or listen live on line at kxno.com. Kim also has a cycling blog.




1. Bruno - November 8, 2008

man, isnt it cool? share his two passions, bike and radio. It´ll be a great job. I wish i could do something like that in a future.

2. Rory Mason - November 11, 2008

Kudos to Kim from a fellow Iowan. Had fun doing the interview during ToMissouri. Good luck with the show! Rory from Cannondale.

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