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October 25, 2005


John Satory

Thanks for your comment Pete! I try to post content that isn't typically found on blogs like this.
What I do is bike repairs, upgrades, frame-up custom builds, and consulting (among other things). My business is home based and just about all of my work is done in my shop. I provide pick-up and delivery for all of my repairs. For what I do, the last thing that I need would be a retail space.
I do stock some parts but not too much. I have a good idea what my clients use and worst case, I'm only 2-3 days any from just about any part that I'd need. I also am open to my clients sourcing out their own parts. I hope that this answers some of your questions and that you become a regular visitor to this blog. Cheers!


I really like what you're doing, and its so refreshing to read a different slant on what's generally an accepted status quo! Kudos to you!

I still don't get what you actually do! Do you fix bikes in your garage, or have a workshop that isn't exactly a shop? But surely if you fix bikes, you need stock for parts as well?

Anyway, its funny when you have a rant and its good to read, always!

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