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On Monday, Aug 26, Darren Butler attempted a large drop/gap in the Kamloops area for the TV show DROPIN. After warming up, Darren gave the go ahead. While riding into the drop the trail gave way causing him to wash out at the edge of the take off, forcing him to make a fast and calculated decision. Darren threw his bike and tried to make the transition but couldn't pull it off, and unfortunately he landed flat on his feet. The injuries were minor in nature only causing damage to his heels. He's doing well and plans to be back on his bike soon.
We all wish him well.
Email Darren with some well wishes and healing vibes at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also taken were our tech support work stands, tools and many spares used to keep many riders happy out at the events we supply neutral tech support at. Our loss is also a loss to all those who rely on Norco’s presence at cycling events around the province.
If you are offered any of these products, or see any of these items up for sale, please immediately notify Peter Stace-Smith or Marc Arellano at Norco with any details. They can be reached at (604)552-2932. Information leading to the return of these items will bring great Karma to the bearer of positive news along with some cool riding swag.
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