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Cool Bike Art or Fiendish Gateway Vehicle: Part Two (2)(II)

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Just wanted to take a quick second (as apposed to a long one) to say I have chosen the &ldquo;winners&rdquo; in the poster giveaway.&nbsp; There were quite a few of you who sent entries in (almost 400); but luckily for me most of you didn&rsquo;t follow the instructions so that made the narrowing down process much easier.</p>
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To those of you who won, I will send the posters out next week, and you will find out if you did, by either getting a poster in the mail or not.&nbsp; Those of you who did not, you will find out in the opposite way.&nbsp;</p>
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I must say it was super cool to see all the awesome pictures of people on their rides.&nbsp; I am a huge bike geek and I love looking at bikes in all shapes and sizes in every possible build configuration.&nbsp; Cheap, expensive, whatever; I just like looking at bikes. In many ways I wish I had enough posters to give you all, and in many more ways I&#39;m glad that I don&#39;t.</p>
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Anyway, thanks for the awesome pictures, and all the reasons that you hate/love/whatever Surly.&nbsp;</p>
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From one fanboy to another, you are all huge geeks!! Well done.</p>
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Here is a gratuitous shot of a cool bike I like, whatanerd!</p>
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<img alt="" src="http://surlybikes.com/uploads/blog/P1050772.JPG" style="width: 700px; height: 525px;" /></p>

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About Gern Blanston

A rider-slash-Surly fan who somehow bounced like a quarter at a drunken college mixer into what he thinks is pretty much the swellest job a fella could have, it is Tyler’s job to determine how Surly should seek attention to its products and itself generally. He has an extensive background in children’s theater, which is, perhaps not surprisingly, a good fit for the marketing manager of this company.

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