May 26, 2011
You see photographs like this and just wonder. How does one get the likes of the hallow voices of cycling, Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen, to pose with your bike?
Oh, we suppose the short answer would be that Liggett has been a long-time Bike Friday owner.
Special Projects Manager John Rezell, aka, Raz, reports that in his stint covering cycling, it was difficult to go to any race that Liggett attended without hearing about his Bike Friday.
But there’s more to this story. There always is.
The Carbon Drive tikit showed up at the Tour of California courtesy of Jeff Linder, one of our Angel investors who has helped make Bike Friday what it is today.
Jeff is more than just Bike Friday owner and investor. Co-Founder Alan Scholz likes to call him our Factory Pro.
No, lest you think the life of a Factory Pro is all fun and games, well, take a gander how Jeff spent his spring.
In Belgium. Racing on cobblestones. On a Bike Friday.
We could call it a wrap right there. But again, we say, there is more to the story. We’ll let Jeff fill you in on his fun last week at the Tour of California:
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