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Shop visit: The Hub Bicycle Co-op

On my whirlwind visit to the Westbank of MPLS, two weeks back, I also had the delight of dropping into the Hub's Westbank store for some employee hijinks. 

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The Hub has three locations now, and is to my knowledge, the only cooperative worker owned bike shop in the city. They've made their reputation on having some of the best mechanics around, and having a very friendly sales staff who are all steeped in bike weirdness. 

On this lovely day, I found myself down at their Westbank location to tell the employees about the joys of All-City bikes.

Check out some shots from the visit.

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nick

April 24, 2012

What’s that blue ss frame pictured in the photo shoot outside the shop?

Jeff

April 25, 2012

it’s a Thunderdome proto

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