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Old 04-23-18, 03:56 PM
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Should not be too difficult if you can find a space. Print up some flyers announcing that you will be at whatever location, whatever hours to provide free minor repairs and adjustments. Stock some cables and brake pads, maybe some chains. Cruise yard sales and pick up any bike with decent parts. You should be able to get started for a few hundred dollars. Bike shops here give used parts and stuff to the local bike charity. Convince them you are legit and you may have more stuff than you can use.
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