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NAME: Luna Jester
LOCATION: Pensacola, FL
OCCUPATION: Student, Musician

Where do you live and what’s it like riding in your city?
I just so happen to live in small town Pensacola. The bike scene isn’t too big but it’s decent.
It’s pretty nifty riding here, you’ve got the Beach Cats, downtown, End of the Line and other cafe’s, and the infamous Sluggo’s. If you’re in for hills and come to P-cola, you ride across a couple of bumps, but other than that, our small town is pretty chill and okay. We’re starting to see more fixies and road bikes everywhere. Keep em’

What is your favorite city to ride in and why?

Well, I’m only 14, so unfortunately my wheels aren’t taking me out of Florida anytime soon. One day I plan on riding in Chicago, California, New York, and London. Hold on one second, I have to see how Sesame Street ends…

Why do you love riding in the city?
I love riding in the city because I can get away from everything else around me, or things that screwed up my day. I can go on adventures and discover secret spots or things that only I know about, I can let my senses go wild with smells, sights, sounds, and feels. I can also enjoy amazing days with my friends, tearing up the streets.

Poetry anyone?
Soaring past buildings, beaches, moons, and suns.
My wheels will take me anywhere that’s fun.
Chilling with my friends, riding everywhere.
Speed up! Watch out! We dodge a dog here and there.
Something in our brain triggers a sprint to the light.
POP! Off we go in a group oh so tight.
We have our spills and thrills and we lose a little blood.
But we hop back on the saddle and continue with our fun.
Sometimes we pretend we’re messengers but we’re not.
Even on sweltering days where it gets unbearably hot.
So all in all it’s been a great day, but riding in the city swipes energy away.
Today I’ll retire, but wake up with new fire and ride even better the next day.



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Where do you live and what’s it like riding in your city?

What was your favorite city to ride in, and why?

Why do you love riding in the city?

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