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Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Blacksburg, VA
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ok...but anything could've taught you that. Learning to program, photography, stamp collecting, anything. I thought you were talking about how the cycling industry taught you about business.
cause if every business was like a local bike shop, the world would be filled with a lot more slackers that are looking to spend the least amount of money to fix a problem, instead of doing it correctly. If every business took a LBS approach, there would be nobody looking into renewable energy or technology. In the same way bike shops will sand the brake pads and throw some WD-40 on the hubs to make your brakes quit squealing, businesses would just stall doing anything to actually fix problems.
any way you look at it, bikes aren't life, and life isn't biking. it's just fun. IMO, too much thought is put into making connections where connections don't exist
and yeah, I know that's not really what you were getting at