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Danny MAC gets more love and shares love of the Fat Tire crowd.

Old 02-27-12, 11:36 AM
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Danny MAC gets more love and shares love of the Fat Tire crowd.


The link is mostly about Danny getting a sponsorship with Lezyne Tools and a few trials tricks. Nothing spectacular. What I like is Danny sharing about life and riding in general a bit. He does like the fat tire community and group rides.

He dabs in a corner on his big boy bike, I blushed for him.
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