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Last Friday (Feb 9.2007) Industry Outsider did me the honor of an interview.

When someone else asks the questions, it brings out material that I normally wouldn’t bring up myself, or stuff I wouldn’t even think of.

Thanks IO for the opportunity.

Reader Comments (2)

Nice interview... most of my bikes are steel frames that range from 35 down to just 10 years old. What is your advice on "keeping them real", safe and to avoid rust/decay? What do you suggest be used to spray on the inside of the frames as my young sons look forward to the days when they will be riding my old steeds.... thanks!
February 12, 2007 | Unregistered Commenter Anonymous
Frame Saver is a good product for rust proofing the inside of a steel frame.
February 14, 2007 | Unregistered Commenter Dave Moulton
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