I took my dear friend Leah D’Errico on a test ride of her work bike commute so she could get comfortable with the idea of bike commuting in the future! We discuss how that journey is going and how her first solo bike commute attempt went!
This episode dives into the secret behind the scenes lives of two major advocates in the Boston area. Thank you to Peter Cheung and Tiffany Cogell for talking to me and giving me a sneak preview into their long-term project to start a kids racing team to harness the power of our already extremely talented youth in Boston.Thanks also to Scott Istvan and Leah D’Errico for joining me for this episode. The theme and music for this show were created by the amazing Kate Hardly. Her new album, West, is out now. You can buy her album now on her bandcamp page: https://katehardly.bandcamp.com/.Randonnista is produced, hosted, recorded, and edited by me, Laura Jillian, with special guest host Watson the Bike Dog. You can stay connected with the show at Randonnista.com and see segment extras @Randonnista on Instagram and my YouTube Channel, https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRealLauraJillian, and follow Watson’s biking adventures @Watsonthebikedog on Instagram. If you’re enjoying the show please tag #randonnista in your posts so we can see it! I love hearing from the audience!Here are the links from this episode!Americans Are Ready to Embrace Bicycles, but There’s One Thing Standing in Their WayBicycle Film Festival MassachusettsSnazzBar.comPeter Cheung and Mayor Michelle W: “My mayor rides a bike!”R4BL SocialsTiffany Cogell Brothers on BikesTrailblazhershttps://aamodtplumb.com/our-story/tiffany-cogell/Studio 26https://www.massbike.org/laws