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A Life Saver….

A little while back, we recieved this email from one of our customer's, and holy shit, it's a great story.

2012-07-07 10.31.44
Dear All-City staff,

First i would like to thank you for supplying me with one of the most enjoyable bikes I have ever owned. I have two Dropouts, one set up for polo the other as a city destroyer commuter. I am now in debt to All-City with my life. Two weeks ago me and my friend were rear ended by a drunk driver going over 90 mph. The way my bike was positioned in the rear swayed the momentum of the incoming car according to the mechanic and police officers at the scene. The driver then fled bla bla boring details. Bottom line bad ass bike. Did not survive but thankfully me and my friend did. So as soon as the insurance companies and all that get worked out over the next year or however long this stuff takes you better believe another All-City is comin my way.

forever indebted, lifelong customer,
- don.

Now obviously he gives us way too much credit, but we are so stoked that he and his friend are okay.

Comments
fuzzy

fuzzy

November 19, 2012

WOW!
All-City Dropout > Honda Fit!

steve

steve

November 24, 2012

Nice to see that a Dropout fits in a Fit.

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