Story Update: And the Winner Is…

Bicycle Fixation has announced the winners of its best bike rack contest. Congratulations to Chris Orr and Steve Neff. To view the winners, click here.

FYI, Its going to be awhile before I get my second post in today, but I promise its going to be one of my best ones to date.

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