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All of All-City at The Hub Westbank

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The other day I stopped in at The Hub's Westbank location to check out their new All-City display.  They're now stocking pretty much every size of every complete bike we make, so if you're looking to test ride and buy.  The Hub is the spot.  Plus they took some of our Frostbike tradeshow booth and created a real cool display.

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Looking good!

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Dawn

April 16, 2013

Hell Yeah I was down there this past weekend and had a chance to ride some of the bikes… HOT DAMN!  When is that Purple Rain Nature Boy dropping?  That bike has my attention and will be a welcomed in my house. The display at the HUB is impressive.  The HUB did a great job showing off the line and of course the staff was super helpful.  Kudos to all!

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