Now, that is a worthy punishment.
Bike Hugger magazine contributor shared a story about sexism in the Medium Bicycles Collection.
Tim Neenan designed the Sequoia, Allez, Expedition and Stumpjumper frames. Mike Sinyard and Tim spent 4 weeks in Japan setting up production. He built the Sequoia that was sent to Bicycling Magazine for the first road test.
Freelancer Jen See visited Tim's frameshop
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