The Bike Shoppe

The Bike Shoppe
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Friday, April 29, 2016

Ode to Aaron Danger Mecham

Show off!
Friday, April 29, 2016 at 1:00pm, The Bike Shoppe lost a valuable member of their family.  Aaron Danger Mehcam has decided to move on in his career, and he'll be missed.  In the short time he worked with us, he became a favorite of employees and customers alike.  We'll miss his witty remarks and his quirky humor.  We'll miss him giving meaningless details about artists as they come over the radio.  We'll miss his ability to remember every detailed spec of every product known to biking.  We'll miss riding with him (we've enjoyed some pretty epic adventures together)!  Thank you for the time you spent with us Aaron.  You've definitely had a positive influence on our lives, and we hope you'll remember us fondly.  We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.  We love you. 
The Bike Shoppe
Trying out the new Trek Madone in Wisconsin cornfields.
Tearing it up Enduro-style on his Yeti SB6.

...Always the best at impromptu strike-a-pose.

Don't ask...

Last day at work.  See you around amigo!


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