Kingwood man caught on camera taking kids bike...

01 April, 2019


for a short ride inside of Tailwind Bicycles.

 

The man seen in this exclusively obtained video has been identified as Mark Linabury, the owner and founder of LocalMeA online and mobile. "Yeah, that's him." said bike shop co-owner John Vondra, "He likes to drop in occasionally to say hello and see how we are doing." When asked about the incident co-owner Ben McQuade said, "We are just happy the bike was not damaged." We also caught up with Mark Linabury himself who said, "I just want to remind everyone to not only shop local but shop the Best of Local just like here at Tailwind Bicycles." 

 

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