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Wheels of Fortune: From Bananas and Flannel to Media Drivel, A Personal Hystery of the Mountainbike from Marin to MoabAn inside, opinionated, but accurate account of the technical development of the mountain bike, from the headlands of Marin County to the slickrock of Moab.
Rocks are hard. Girls are soft. Coyotes run off with your bones. Let's have Lin Ottinger stuffed and mounted before he hurts someone.This is a free sample from MOUNTAIN BIKE AMERICA: MOAB, a short story about one of Moab's most memorable anti-mountain bike rednecks. The story published here is as it first appeared in the Moab's Canyonlands Zephyr, though some parts were censored in the printed version. Enjoy.
Deputies, Dead Men, Naked Ladies, and Rusty Musselman.An article for the Canyonlands Zephyr published in 1996, this story was later edited and scattered about in MOUNTAIN BIKE AMERICA: MOAB. The interview as part of a Moab film documentary that is still in the can awaiting funding for editing.
George Washington's Pussycat DancersCaution: Contains graphic language and may not be suitable for some readers. As of August 2013, this is the only published chapter of Lee Bridgers' memoir, MINDSWEEPER, a book spanning the period from 1967 to 1985. This chapter is about Lee's experience playing guitar for an all-black girlie show in Dell and Travers traveling carnival.
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