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“THE URBAN HIPSTER TAG WAS NEVER REALLY ACCURATE”

RETROBIKE is a big fan of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, which is why we’ve covered the last two Sydney events and one in Perth. Conceived by Mark Hawwa and the Sydney Cafe Racers, it has always had that

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