The staff of Bicycle Face, a new bicycle shop at 333 E. Short St. in Lexington: Taylor Stull, left, Robert Brandon and manager Jack Baugh. The three have a combined total of nearly 50 years of experience as professional bike mechanics.
The staff of Bicycle Face, a new bicycle shop at 333 E. Short St. in Lexington: Taylor Stull, left, Robert Brandon and manager Jack Baugh. The three have a combined total of nearly 50 years of experience as professional bike mechanics. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
The staff of Bicycle Face, a new bicycle shop at 333 E. Short St. in Lexington: Taylor Stull, left, Robert Brandon and manager Jack Baugh. The three have a combined total of nearly 50 years of experience as professional bike mechanics. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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