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10/12/2010

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Tim

So glad to see this here on Bike Hacks! I live in Spring Hill (just a few minutes north of Toby). As soon as I saw the garage picture, I remembered you used to advertise on Craigslist. Glad to see someone following a dream and stepping out there!

Runwithken

Good luck!!

Jason

Wow, that's really great.

"After all I did not get into this for the money, I got into it for the love I have for bicycles."

I share your dream! I would love to open a bike shop in my home town. My wife and I talk about it all the time.

Den

Really like what you have done Toby.

Sadly I live in an apartment and space is really limited. All that can be done now is to have a blog of just about everything I do with my bikes... Then I get to work on friends bike for free as more people started contacting me... Nope Im not in for the money... wrenching is therapeutic.

Dale Hemmerly Miller - Nashville, TN

Presently with over 80 antique bicycles and many new bikes my wife and I understand, "for the love of bikes". Everytime I get on a bike and ride I am a kid again. A feeling that rarely comes now at my young age of 53.

Toby's story touches the heart of all Americans. The ability to dream, take a chance on that dream and succeed. The best we can do for the American Dream is call men and women close to us like Toby and buy from them. Wasn't a garage about the size of Toby's where Harley Davidson started?

Toby, I will be calling you about tires, wheels, tools and much more. You will succeed!

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