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JT Fountain
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  • Moscow, ID
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Hometown:
Moscow, Idaho
About Me:
I like riding and racing bikes. I like single speeds. I'm in the process of starting a bicycle company. I also like photography, video production, and mid century modern architecture and furniture design.
Current Bike Collection:
All-City Nature Boy (single speed cx)
Centurion Dave Scott (single speed road)
Raleigh XXIX (single speed mtb)
various cruisers
various vintage mtb and bmx
Favorite Race:
Portland USGP
Dream Bike:
A cx bike made from high end stainless steel
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Going fast on skinny tires and no suspension.
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
Only three seasons, but a 'cross racer at heart for much longer. Kinda like when you've just met someone but feel like you've known them your whole life.
Racing category:
elite, singlespeed

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At 1:20pm on June 26, 2011, Rob Smith said…

Good deal! I'll be in touch. Hope to meet you soon in person and check out the course!Thanks for the info.

 

Rob

At 12:39pm on June 25, 2011, Rob Smith said…

JT,

 

Are there going to be any midweek races/practices at the Sky Ranch? If so when would these start. Thanks for any reply.

 

Rob

 
 
 

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