Thomas hat mit Tom Ritchey gesprochen, einem der Pioniere des Mountainbikes. Er hat zusammen mit Gary Fisher und Joe Breeze Ende der 1970er das Mountainbike erfunden. Das ist natürlich etwas vereinfacht dargestellt. Thomas spricht mit ihm über Radfahren, Rahmenbau und die Fahrradindustrie. Die Qualität ist nicht soo gut, aber inhaltlich werden alle Liebhaber der Fahrradgeschichte auf ihre Kosten kommen. Vielleicht wird dies der erste Teil der innofiziellen Serie: „Legenden der Fahrradgeschichte”.
Mehr zu Tom Ritchey in der englischen Wikipedia und in der Mountain Bike Hall of Fame.
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