OK, so there's been a lot of chatter lately about people stopping by to check out our bikes, have bikes fixed, try to buy bikes, etc... For the second time today since I've gotten home I've had a kid or kids come to my door needing bike help. The kid I just helped out said "I'm glad you know how to work on bikes since Countryside (LBS) quit." Yeah, the local bike shop closed it's doors months back after over a year of just barely keeping the doors open. Since then more and more people have been coming to me. So, I have no dreams of running a bicycle shop, I'm just not a business person, but I do love working on bikes and helping people get their bikes up and going again, so as I closed up the shop tonight I decided I would start this thread to document the work I do for free, the parts I give away, the parts I get "in trade", the stories, etc... Justin's Bicycle Shop is OPEN FOR BUSINESS... err... CHARITY. The ground floor of Justin's Bicycle Shop, my employees need to clean up. Parts and riders. The upstairs of the bike shop is still under construction from the stupid hurricane, other parts stock is all over the yard and in another building half a mile away.