Barre, MA, Jun 25, 2010 — NCPR's Radio Bob is bicycling to Cape Cod this week. He started his sixth day on the road this morning and took a break to talk with Todd Moe about the ups-and-downs of the trek. Bob is hoping to make it to Provincetown by Sunday. He says yesterday was a day of navigational and mechanical challenges. Go to full article
Clifton Park, NY, Jun 23, 2010 — NCPR's Radio Bob is cycling to Cape Cod again this summer. Why? Well, even Bob's not sure. You can follow his journey via our community blog, "All In". In the meantime, Todd Moe spoke with Bob from Clifton Park, north of Albany, as he began his fourth day on the road. Go to full article
Wind power supporters and opponents outside the Woods Hole Coast Guard station during a visit by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. Photo by Curt Nikisch.
Apr 06, 2010 — A decade-long fight over a proposed wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts could be over soon. It's called Cape Wind. U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he will make a decision by the end of April. What would be the nation's first offshore wind farm is bigger than a simple "not in my backyard" issue. Like wind development proposals in this region, it has divided communities and even neighbors. Reporter Curt Nickisch met two people who've come down on opposite sides - both for environmental reasons. Go to full article
Provincetown, MA, Jun 29, 2009 — After a week on the road, and more than 500 cycling miles, NCPR's Bob Sauter has made it to Provincetown. The bike trip from Canton to Cape Cod was a lifelong goal. He spoke with Todd Moe after a good night's rest. Go to full article
North Adams, MA, Jun 25, 2009 — NCPR's Bob Sauter is on his way, via bicycle, from Canton to Cape Cod. Why? Just for the fun of it. Todd Moe spoke with him as he made his way through the Berkshires in western Massachusetts. Go to full article
Palatine Bridge, NY, Jun 23, 2009 — NCPR's station engineer and the host of the Radio Bob Show is biking to the balmy beaches of Cape Cod this week. Bob Sauter is living out a long-term dream of transporting himself using muscle power. Todd Moe spoke with him by cell phone this morning as he was biking along the Mohawk River near Nelliston, NY. Go to full article