Hottie and Fatty are back from Leadville. Are they ready to stop talking about it? Heck no. The talk about how their races went, how that’s different from the result they expected, and their best guesses why. The boys actually Patrick a chance to talk about the race he did last weekend (yes, he actually raced, too!), Annadel, and how his performance sits somewhere between Fatty’s and Hottie’s, relatively speaking.
Canyon Bicycles has finally begun accepting orders here in the U.S. Their web site is fully functional. So just what does that mean?
On a related vein, Beeline Bicycles, the mobile bike shop company, has sold another 25 franchises. So what does that mean for traditional brick-and-mortars?
First Flight Bicycles has been saved from closing! It’s something approaching a happy ending following the tragic loss of Jeff Archer.
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