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It’s Amy!

It's no secret that we could benefit from the presence of more ladies on the AC site showing off our women's apparel, plus my little kit shoot last week was ripe for parody. So today Amy and I headed down to the shop to snap some pics.  Here, ladies and gentleman, is your favorite All-City Customer Helper, Amy....

Fast is Forever Jersey... Ladies Cut

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Team Vest... Small Men's
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O.G. Jersey... Ladies Cut
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Cityscape T-shirt...Ladies Cut
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For those of you who aren't aware, Amy joined us this fall and handles the day to day customer service and operations stuff. She also handles our warranty process. She's handy with a wrench, has years of experience living on the road doing women's events and clinics, and can probably beat you in a 100 mile race.

Ask her about Abraham Lincoln...

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Jparker

January 15, 2013

The vampire hunter?

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Nathaniel

February 1, 2013

Congrats Amy! As a demo driver, you had the licence to ill.

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