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  • Kipchoge Spencer
    Hi Paris, Thanks for the encouraging words. We re diggin it too! Many of you roots who purchased a while ago probably haven t seen the 11 answers cards that
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 12, 2006
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      Hi Paris,

      Thanks for the encouraging words. We're diggin it too!

      Many of you roots who purchased a while ago probably haven't seen the "11 answers" cards that we now send out for the express purpose of you having something to hand inquirers.

      Anyone who needs some, please email laughter@... with your address and how many you want.

      paz,

      kipchoge

      On 1/12/06, p lundis <plundis@...> wrote:
      Well you can send anyone inquiring in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area my way for demo rides. I have two  Xtras and glad to share the goodness with potential folks in my area.

      I love what is going on with the new website, humanizing it putting your faces out there and having fun. Good improvement.

      Just an idea ,aybe you folks can make some Xtracycle business cards available for those of us out there and being asked about out long wheels.  Something simple and to the point that allows us to give a passing motorist a card that they will go to Xtras website and look around and maybe convert.

      -Paris Lundis




      On 1/12/06, kipchogenotkip <kipchoge@... > wrote:
      hey roots,

      We just launched a beta version of our new site. A new feature gives
      the site surfer the opportunity to contact a local Xtracycle
      enthusiast for a test ride. That means you! But you're not
      automatically signed up just by virtue of your rootness.


      To participate, just go to the roots radicals group and enter yourself
      and your contact info into the database:
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl=2


      I was just in New York and I got forwarded a call from HQ from a
      potential customer in Jersey. He came to the city for a test ride, and
      root dave Z met him at the door. Potential customer made plans to buy
      a FreeRadical two days later. It makes such a difference when an
      interested rider can connect with a breathing, excited user.

      I also have a vision of this being a more general way for Xtracycle
      riders to find/help eachother. Read about it in the blog:
      http://www.kipchoge.com/wordpress/2006/01/11/new-biker-in-town/


      Sign up now to be a root tester in your town!
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl

      Please write into this list with any thoughts you have on any of this
      since we're just getting it off the ground.

      Hope you all have a bountiful new year.

      paz,
      kipchoge





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      Kipchoge Spencer

      Xtracycle
      Kipchoge and the Ginger Ninjas
      29085 Highway 49
      North San Juan CA 95960
      530/292-1401
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    • merlin@re-cycle.org
      Hi folks Link says Sorry. The table you requested does not exist in the Database Would be good to have country in there, not just USA states! Cheers Merlin
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 12, 2006
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        Hi folks

        Link says "Sorry. The table you requested does not exist in the Database"

        Would be good to have country in there, not just USA states!


        Cheers

        Merlin
        UK bike shipping charity, http://www.re-cycle.org



        At 2:35 pm +0000 12/1/06, kipchogenotkip wrote:
        >hey roots,
        >
        >We just launched a beta version of our new site. A new feature gives
        >the site surfer the opportunity to contact a local Xtracycle
        >enthusiast for a test ride. That means you! But you're not
        >automatically signed up just by virtue of your rootness.
        >
        >
        >To participate, just go to the roots radicals group and enter yourself
        >and your contact info into the database:
        >http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl=2
        >
        >
        >I was just in New York and I got forwarded a call from HQ from a
        >potential customer in Jersey. He came to the city for a test ride, and
        >root dave Z met him at the door. Potential customer made plans to buy
        >a FreeRadical two days later. It makes such a difference when an
        >interested rider can connect with a breathing, excited user.
        >
        >I also have a vision of this being a more general way for Xtracycle
        >riders to find/help eachother. Read about it in the blog:
        >http://www.kipchoge.com/wordpress/2006/01/11/new-biker-in-town/
        >
        >
        >Sign up now to be a root tester in your town!
        >http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl
        >
        >Please write into this list with any thoughts you have on any of this
        >since we're just getting it off the ground.
        >
        >Hope you all have a bountiful new year.
        >
        >paz,
        >kipchoge
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >You're getting this message because you signed up to be an Xtracycle
        >roots radical.
        >
        >To Post a message, send it to: rootsradicals@yahoogroups.com
        >
        >
        >ride to believe.
        >Yahoo! Groups Links
        >
        >
        >
        >
      • Andrew Janjigian
        Radicals: This is a great idea. I can offer rides to anyone in the Boston/ Cambridge area, with one caveat: My Xtracycle is also a Stokemonkey, so it would be
        Message 3 of 5 , Jan 13, 2006
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          Radicals:

          This is a great idea. I can offer rides to anyone in the Boston/Cambridge area, with one caveat:  My Xtracycle is also a Stokemonkey, so it would be a double sales pitch. 

          Andrew
           
          On Jan 12, 2006, at 2:40 AM, kipchogenotkip wrote:

          hey roots,

          We just launched a beta version of our new site. A new feature gives
          the site surfer the opportunity to contact a local Xtracycle
          enthusiast for a test ride. That means you! But you're not
          automatically signed up just by virtue of your rootness.


          To participate, just go to the roots radicals group and enter yourself
          and your contact info into the database:
          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl=2


          I was just in New York and I got forwarded a call from HQ from a
          potential customer in Jersey. He came to the city for a test ride, and
          root dave Z met him at the door. Potential customer made plans to buy
          a FreeRadical two days later. It makes such a difference when an
          interested rider can connect with a breathing, excited user.

          I also have a vision of this being a more general way for Xtracycle
          riders to find/help eachother. Read about it in the blog:
          http://www.kipchoge.com/wordpress/2006/01/11/new-biker-in-town/


          Sign up now to be a root tester in your town!
          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rootsradicals/database?method=addRecord&tbl

          Please write into this list with any thoughts you have on any of this
          since we're just getting it off the ground.

          Hope you all have a bountiful new year.

          paz,
          kipchoge





          You're getting this message because you signed up to be an Xtracycle roots radical.

          To Post a message, send it to:         rootsradicals@yahoogroups.com


          ride to believe.




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