A Great Ride
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As the president of Trek Bicycle, I’d like to share my stories about interesting people, places, and the bicycle with hope of inspiring you to find your great ride.

JB
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03/17/2010

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Brad Woods

It was great to be there with you again this year JB. Thank you for all that Trek does for bicycle advocacy and supporting the movement. Here's to a great year for Trek and a great year for Bicycling!

H.R. Spehar

Regarding a local clip shop, I would recommend Janice at Studio 924 in Madison. Not only does she style my locks, but also Senator Russ Feingold when he is in town. Star Trek Advocay manager, Krista Rettig, is also one of Janice's customers. Cheers, Hrs.

Mark Wyatt

“The world is run by those who show up.”

I'd like to start using that for a variety of things - our state lobby day, public input meetings, board meetings, the list is endless.

Kimberly Jo

This makes me proud to sell Trek products. Thanks for all you do!

Hutch Smith

My wife and I have been to the summit 5 and 4 years now respectively. We are both proud to be Trek dealers because you are truly the leader of Manufactures. Thank you. Martha and Hutch

Dan Thornton

Great Summary of another successful week on the hill JB. Next year we need 300 retailers. You do an awesome job driving the message forward.

michael kane

Wow! I'am an Advid roadie & Trek Fan, when I saw you paid $60 for your haircut & that was outrageous, what about a 10,000 dollar bicycle? hmmm

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