Commuting Hits the Mainstream: Randall Scott Featured in Elephant Magazine


Randall Scott, El Guapo Presidente of Randall Scott Company, is featured in Elephant Magazine highlighting the Tommaso Molto commuter bike. Elephant magazine is a publication known for focusing on “The Mindful Life” and promotes renewable energy, fitness and active citizenship. The article focuses on the Randall Scott Company’s dedication to promoting alternative modes of travel through intelligent bike design and amazingly low prices. The article features a commuter bike that allows everyone to get started saving the planet one pedal stroke at a time. A bike company appearing in a publication outside of the cycling business is a good sign that the populous is starting to take notice of companies that are promoting social responsibility, a green lifestyle and healthy life and business practices. For more information and to read the entire article click here

The bicycle features in the article is the Tommaso Molto, a super sleek butted aluminum commuter bike that comes fully equipped with rear rack, lights, fenders, Shimano Nexus internal 7-speed hub and Vittoria Randonneur tires. Everything you need to leave the car at home. The bike sells for $399.99, with a MSRP of $899.99, (at that price you should buy two) and is available at Randall Scott Company in Boulder, Colorado or at

Randall Scott has even designed a special box for shipping the Tommaso bikes that allows the customer to re-use the box for future use and travel. Another green idea that the Randall Scott Company supports is $300 stipend for employees who purchase alternatively fueled cars and monetary incentives for employees using their bike to commute to work. There is also a mullet stipend that is best saved for another press release. The goal at RS Cycle is to find a win-win situation for the consumer, the business and its employees. You can check out Randall Scott’s Social responsibility report here

The Randall Scott Company has a reputation for promoting cycling, whacky customer service and adventure and action sports gear. For more information on bikes, gear and the 80’s visit and for more information on the mindful life.

Source: T.R. Maloney

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