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From a distance Cape Town’s Woodstock Cycleworks might look more like a scrapyard than a cycling superstore. Bikes rest against practically every surface, rare Italian and French racers are suspended from the rafters and a myriad of road bikes, cruisers and mountains bikes are perched every which way throughout the warehouse.

When Nils Hansen founded Woodstock Cycleworks

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