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Old 09-27-09, 02:45 PM   #1
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Thanking the mechanics

To all you mechanics on this site:

I just wanted to say thank you for the help you provide every day. I have been repairing and building bikes for the last 6+ years and I have found this forum extremely helpful over the years. The info I've recieved on this forum has been invaluable and I trust it hands down over the info from almost any LBS mechanic I have spoken with(most of them don't really know much).

So thank you all for you knowledge and passion for this sport. You guys rule.
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To all you mechanics on this site:

I just wanted to say thank you for the help you provide every day. I have been repairing and building bikes for the last 6+ years and I have found this forum extremely helpful over the years. The info I've recieved on this forum has been invaluable and I trust it hands down over the info from almost any LBS mechanic I have spoken with(most of them don't really know much).

So thank you all for you knowledge and passion for this sport. You guys rule.
I'd like to nominate capuccino kid for his invaluable contribution to this forum and extreme breadth and depth of cycling knowledge. Mechanical issues in particular.
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Old 09-27-09, 02:54 PM   #3
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i'd like to nominate capuccino kid for his invaluable contribution to this forum and extreme breadth and depth of cycling knowledge. Mechanical issues in particular.
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