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10/26/2011

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john

Breakfast...? LoL, nice interview. Sounds like a true professional.

coventry recycled cycles

Good interview with a nice guy with a great website- ofte point people in its direction as its really easy to follow

cheers

db

I use Alex's website more than any other bicycle site. He is a great teacher, and sounds like a great guy. Thanks for posting this!

Wahoo Fitness UK

I myself has been a biker for almost ten years now. Whenever I go for a long trek, a spare tube, tire levers, patch kit, rag, and a toolkit are always on the top of my list. Because you'll never know when problems happen along the road.

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