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Great article, thanks for touching on so many of the big-picture issues [“Take a Hike,” July 26, City Weekly]. We have been an exhibitor with OR for the past eight years now, either winter, summer or both. I know the constraints they are up against, but I would be very sad to see the show moved.

I bring my mountain bike and come out a few days early to go ride with my local reps and team riders in the area. Relationship building is key outside of the show, and you can bet your ass I won’t be going for a ride in August in Vegas!

Chris Wyman
Sports Marketing Director
Kaenon Polarized
Newport Beach, Calif.

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