Growing Up On Two Wheels: From Delivery Boy To Punk Rock Messenger
From the project Uncuffed:
How many of us have been lucky enough to turn one of our favorite childhood hobbies into a way to earn a living? Imagine being paid for the simple, innocent joy of riding a bike? One of our trainees, Jeb DeAngelis spoke to another producer, Joe Kirk, about his life-long obsession with riding on two wheels.
"One day, he decided to have me deliver a small model house. You know, if you don't have your hands on a fixed gear bicycle and you're trying to stop, that's kind of bad."
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