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Bob Starr shows numerous trace outs of fishes he caught. It also reads "DAY of the BIG ASS BROWN E.ELK CREEK BAY 4/13/11 RAIN BOW X-RAD".

Charlie Kelly digs through a cabinet full of files. Charlie is seen wearing a helmet and a cycling thermal hat underneath. A heavily rusted Viscount road frame can be seen as well. Frame size looks to be large or bigger.

Bob Starr outside his home in July 2011 displaying tracings of fish he caught. Starr is now an avid fisherman who regularly documents his catches by tracing them with a sharpie marker on butcher paper.

Al Maunz in his office at Big Al's Backhoe in the summer of 2011.

Picture of an original Specialized Stumpjumper, the first mass produced mountain bike model and the first mass produced mountain bike off-shored to Japan. Similarities to Charlie Kelly and Gary Fisher's MountainBikes by Ritchey and similar component…

Made by Alan Bonds
Aluminun rims, tubular forks, drum brakes, derailers, gearing.

This is the side shot used for the neatline parts description of the 360 degree bike exibit.

This bicycle was ridden by Ned Overend in a championship mountain bike race.

This is a screenshot of Picasa, a free software from Google that I used to edit photos for the 3D model of a historic mountain bike.

Here is a screenshot of a project in Object2VR, the software we used to render the 3D model of a mountain bike.

Here Riley and Jordan are using teamwork to take pictures of a historic mountain bike. Notice the chalk camera track that the tripod is positioned on.
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