From the October, 2017 issue
At the entrance to his high-ceilinged garage on S. Fourth Ave., Kevin Spangler greets me with a big smile. He's six-foot-five with shoulder-length brown hair, an angular face dominated by intense brown eyes, and a body that's all muscle. The garage is equally striking--it's stuffed with fourteen bicycle pedicabs, shelves filled with tools and books, and a
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