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12946-419x525[1]From Yankee Magazine…

Some people walk the walk. Randall Levere? He rides the ride. The founder of Boston-based Erba Cycles builds bikes–by hand, with frames made from bamboo–and he uses them. A lot.

“I probably ride 10,000 miles a year,” Levere says. That includes training rides, Saturday morning rides with the Charles River Wheelmen, accompanying the wheelchair athletes during the Boston Marathon, and many more miles just getting around town. “I don’t have a car,” Levere explains. “Even when I’m shipping out a new bike, I bring it to FedEx by bike. People look at me like I’m nuts.” Cycling is Levere’s longtime passion. The Maine native…[continued on Yankee Magazine]


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