Eminent Cycles Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy to Restrucure Debts

Mar 18, 2021
by James Smurthwaite  

Eminent Cycles has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection so it can restructure its existing shareholder debts.

Eminent Cycles was founded in 2014 by Jeff Soncrant after he found himself unable to find his perfect bike on the market. The Eminent range began with the Haste in 2017 but this was replaced by the Onset frame that is available with three different travels - ST, MT and LT. The Southern California company mainly ran a direct-to-consumer model but also has a dealer network stocking its bikes too.

A Chapter 11 bankruptcy does not mean that a company will stop trading, instead, it involves a reorganization plan to keep a business alive and pay creditors over time. According to a Bicycle Retailer and Industry News report, Eminent currently has debts of $1.4 million and assets of $139,000. Those debts include $320,000 to founder Soncrant, $640,000 to Soncrant's father-in-law Humberto Zavaleta and $448,000 owed to Stella Mondo, a company formed by Eminent co-founder Kevin Sigismondo, that is suing Eminent in a collections case.

Eminent has confirmed to Pinkbike that it will continue trading and that the existing ownership will fund the future of the brand. The brand is not expecting any supply interruptions due to the reorganization and it even has a new model coming later this year. The full release from the brand is below.

bigquotesAs an Investor and Manager, I am committed to the brand, and I remain optimistic about the future of the company. The combination of Covid-19 challenging our sales team to interact with new dealers, and industry-wide supply chain challenges has delayed our profitability, but I expect Eminent Cycles to emerge from restructuring stronger than ever.

It is our sole intent to continue to innovate through the sharing of new technology, creation of eye-catching designs, and embracing our customers through the bikes we build. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you on the trails.
Jeff Soncrant


Statement: Eminent Cycles

Eminent Cycles announces it has voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 restructuring. The restructuring submission allows Eminent Cycles to seek a debt restructuring of its shareholder liabilities to improve its overall financial position.

Eminent Cycles will continue to operate and move forward without any interruption. The company has secured financial funding from existing ownership. Said funding will provide the company with the money it needs to complete reorganization process. The restructuring is solely focused on the existing shareholder debts.

No supply partners will be impacted. Eminent Cycles does not anticipate any supply interruptions during or after the reorganization process. Eminent Cycles remains committed to its dealers, its suppliers and customer satisfaction. This can be seen through the ongoing:

- Supply of bikes and bike components to all dealers and customers
- Investment in the future through new model introductions slated for later this year
- Continued support of all product owners and dealers




172 Comments

  • 319 6
 You could say that bankruptcy was eminent
  • 6 3
 XD
  • 23 1
 Beat me too it at the "ONSET" with that "HASTE" comment.
  • 78 0
 Guess the Lawwill protect them.
  • 15 0
 Tomac and Rotec are the only brands who make the Lawwill design look good, it was doomed from the start
  • 1 1
 [sic]
  • 7 0
 @Vudu74: It should be pointed out that Mert Lawwill had nothing to do with this bike. The original patents that Mert owned had expired and were not renewed which means the design is simply open for anyone to use. Sully from Rotec has a true Passion for the Lawwill design and has made some recent versions that are worth taking a look at. If you ever liked the way the Lawwill design worked I can say without hesitation that Sully took the design to the next level and did things that Mert would have done had he stayed in the bike business. Also Sully's latest designs looks really great.
  • 80 5
 As a pedant, I feel the need to point out, if only for the benefit of non-native English users, that this is a pun on two near-homophones. "Eminent" means "famous and respected" whereas "imminent" means "about to happen". Yes, I'm lots of fun at parties.
  • 3 0
 You win.
  • 9 0
 @heavyp: I remember some pretty good looking Schwinns with Lawwill suspension.
  • 1 0
 @cru-jones: Gorgeous bikes, but some of them lacked the floating brake mount designs that Rotec and Eminent use. Without the floater, the Schwinn 4-Banger had negative brake anti-rise, i.e. brake jack. I spent a couple days on a 4-Banger in the '90s and loved everything else about it - especially the metal-flake paint! - but the brake jack was unlike any other bike and, unfortunately, a deal-breaker.
  • 2 0
 @woodlandplayer: Schwinn's 4-banger was the second full suspension bike I ever rode, so I haven't ridden a modern Lawwill design. I would love to ride a modern version of the design, I guess Eminent is not an option for now. That being said I have been waiting for 2-3 years now for Rotec to release buyable bikes.
  • 4 0
 @R-M-R: A little tid bit of information regarding the 4-banger. Shortly before the bike went into production the Schwinn engineers decided to make changes from the version that Mert approved because the "much smarter trained engineers" knew better and put their own spin on things which effectively ruined the bike from the original proto-type that we were riding and loving.

It was a huge disappointment and a shame it carried the Lawwill name because that bike was not approved by Mert.
  • 2 0
 @woodlandplayer: Are you familiar with the nature of the changes? My understanding is that, at that time, Mert was still convinced the low, forward pivot should be concentric with the bottom bracket, so I'm guessing that and/or the floating brake may have been points of contention.
  • 9 0
 I'm probably gonna get a ton of downvotes for this, but eminent means famous. Imminent means about to happen.
  • 2 0
 @R-M-R: My first downhill bike was a Schwinn Straight 6. It was the one with the pull shock. I thought it rode great, but it had the floating brake. And I was pretty inexperienced back then. Blue metal flake paint front triangle, raw aluminum rear end. Such a gorgeous bike. I still have the frame. It's hanging from the ceiling in my living room as a decoration.
  • 4 0
 Inevitable looking at the bike
  • 2 0
 @barp: I was once asked to leave a party as I was so wrecked I think I might have fallen asleep in the corner of a room. I was all partied out from a few days of partying and had just come from another party.
  • 1 0
 As much as this comment
  • 3 0
 @Vudu74: article says they aren’t going anywhere. This is a situation of a partner (who seems to have left the company) suing. They are a start up and their financial situation is no different than that of any other start up. What they’ve done makes a lot of business sense to keep moving forward.
  • 2 0
 @woodlandplayer: He could apply for a Guinness World Record for the longest upper rocker link ever... Something Ellsworth would be jealous of...
  • 1 0
 @DarrellW: you went to another party after that one, I hope?
  • 2 0
 @person-named-john: No down votes for you. Everyone knew that comment was eminent
  • 2 0
 @R-M-R: The bass-boat paint jobs were amazing...I had a green home-grown.
  • 2 0
 @dan23dan23: That's a strength and a weakness of the Lawwill configuration. It's easier to create a stiff rear end, but there's a lot less freedom to tailor the motion ratio curve without an additional shock linkage.
  • 1 1
 @R-M-R: I'm an excellent armchair engineer, so, some of your logic doesn't make sense. Longer links lends themselves to more flex, they create more leverage and will be inherently more flexy than a bike with shorter links. The chain stay is basically a LONG link.
  • 4 0
 @dan23dan23: I'm an excellent trained engineer, so let me help!

Even if the links are "shorter" with a Horst or twin-short-link design, the total distance is what matters. You could create some wacky design with a dozen links between the front triangle and the rear axle, but that won't make it stiffer due to short links!

What you want is to connect the front to the rear via the shortest total distance, which the Lawwill design does nicely. Something like a Santa Cruz or Propain, among many others, is an example of a long total distance on the "seatstay" pathway. These bikes can still be plenty stiff, it's just not as easy as a design like the Lawwill that connects the dots via a straighter path.

There's one more factor. In the case of a twin-short-link, there are two sets of pivots stacked close to the middle of the bike. Pivots are a vulnerable point and can have a little less stiffness until the axles, bearings, and other pivot hardware are fully loaded. The angular deflection of the wheel may be the same whether the pivots are stacked close to the middle of the bike or moved to the end, Lawwill being the latter, but the distance of the deflection will be less if there length of the frame beyond the flex point is less.

This doesn't mean a Lawwill is automatically stiffer than a twin-short-link, it just means:

1. A shorter total length for the force path makes it easier to reduce the angle and distance of the flex.
2. Shorter members beyond the links (i.e. links pushed out toward the wheels) makes it easier to reduce the distance of the flex.
  • 2 0
 @barp: who you calling a homophone? I'm bike-sexual, thank you very much.
  • 124 2
 Could probably have restructured the frame as well
  • 13 0
 Yeah the $1.4 million dollar question I've had is why put more negative space in the rear triangle than the front triangle???
  • 3 0
 @generationfourth: extra drink bottles?
  • 4 1
 @generationfourth: As far as I know, a larger negative makes for a more supple initial stroke and results in a more supportive mid stroke.
  • 1 0
 @generationfourth: they could maybe fit a water bottle mount on the seat tube above the shock. #innovation
  • 124 3
 This must be the only bike company going bankrupt these days
  • 33 4
 Yeah, I saw this headline and had two thoughts in rapid succession: (1) Never heard of that brand before; (2) Ya know ya done f'ed up when your bike brand files for bankruptcy during a bike boom.
  • 28 0
 You will see more coming. Big brands using the boom to push out small ones. A boom does not help if there is no supply.
  • 12 0
 @cru-jones: so right, big brands are using their purchasing power to buy up all the oem parts and manufacturing space. Smaller brands may well struggle. Even GG who make their frame in house have a problem with parts, they are currently offering one build depending on what's available which is arguably a lower spec for a larger price than their usual oem builds.
  • 2 0
 Looks like it’s because one of the co-owners is suing as the article says, no mention of poor trading being the reason.
  • 5 0
 @justanotherusername: the reason is that their geometry was outdated two years before they started selling bikes and they are just plain ugly. It has nothing to do with supply. I have talked with the owner before and he tried to explain to me that 1997 geometry was the best ever.
  • 1 0
 @salespunk: Have you seen the new MT? Reach could be longer but the geo is fairly modern.
  • 1 0
 @salespunk: you didn’t read the article or what I wrote, did you? Just made up a response based on your own experience...

I’ll try again - it states the co founder is suing the company, thus the financial difficulty.

Nowhere does the article mention supply, not sure why or where you got that from.
  • 1 0
 @salespunk: 1997 geometry is the best. For....something... I'll let you know when I figure out what.
  • 1 0
 @justanotherusername: didn't mean to quote you on that one, was intended for the OP.

@SeanDRC it is not nearly as bad as their previous efforts, but they are still two years behind on Reach. The Stack heights are also ridiculously tall compared to the relatively short Reach measurements.
  • 79 2
 Fugly bikes don’t sell.
  • 54 1
 This is karma for what they did to my eyes.
  • 28 2
 I’d love to see this bike with a Trust fork up front.
  • 3 0
 I like it! the super long yoke thing looks suspect though
  • 24 0
 @stevemokan: Then you'd have the perfect bankruptcy combo.
  • 3 0
 Structure will go under next if there is any correlation between ugly bikes and bankruptcy. I mean, are they even selling bikes?
  • 7 6
 Man I've never seen these before but I think it looks wicked. Way cooler than adding another boring option to the three dozen boring pre-existing Trek / Giant / Scott / Kona / GT / Cube / whatever cookie-cutter vertical-shock horst link bollocks is on the market these days.
  • 2 0
 @stevemokan: You monster
  • 2 0
 Wouldn’t touch it with a 10ft pole.
  • 9 0
 @Xc2dh1: C'mon! There's no Pole with such a long reach.
  • 3 3
 Having seen one on a shop floor i think they look better in the flesh, especially if you like the kind of space age look they have.
  • 2 0
 Explain ebikes then
  • 2 0
 @ratedgg13: Structure should sell their early alu prototype. Their bikes will never be pretty, so the industrial look of raw alu serves them well. Those carbon "production" versions were/are simply ugly. There is a thin line between industrial and ugly.
But they tried to do something really special and I respect them. Eminent on the other side has just an ugly rear linkage.
  • 2 0
 How do you know that’s the issue? Article says co-founder is suing.
  • 1 0
 @Preachey: giant's are a dual link, trek's are split pivot, kona's are single pivot. Just because it looks similar doesn't mean it's the same.
  • 2 1
 @Preachey: Agreed. Eminent makes some of the most interesting looking bikes I've ever seen. If you could turn an F-117 into a bike that's what you'd get.
  • 1 0
 @lkubica: Yeah that test mule wasn't bad. I actually got to be one of their prototype riders (until a certain pinkbike editor hucked it off a jump into a tree...). Great concept, poorly implemented.
  • 1 0
 @stevemokan: you never go full bankruptcy
  • 1 0
 @Monsterman156: With the yoke attached to the swing arm - when the shock is compressed it pushes the swingarm down, making the rear end - it would seem harsh and less reactive.
  • 2 0
 @Richt2000 I don't know. Most e-bikes are fugly with their fatass asymetric down tubes and yet they sell like crazy.
  • 3 0
 @asdas: agree, but most ebikers I’ve met have a tubby downtube themselves lol
  • 2 0
 @justanotherusername: you keep defending this issue. Though a co-founder lawsuit is probably a big part of their chapter 11, people arguing that the bikes sell poorly because they're ugly could also be right.
  • 1 0
 @ratedgg13: The Structure bike certainly looks strange, but by all accounts it really performs incredibly.
  • 30 1
 I would have got one, but could never get passed the looks.The design is missing something
  • 6 1
 it's the seat tube no connecting to the bottom bracket which makes it look strange. If they went with a more conventional design in that area i think it would be a good looking bike.
  • 13 7
 Can’t beat the performance though! The AFS suspension does amazing! Especially on the MT with all its travel. I haven’t had anyone dislike the performance yet!
  • 8 0
 @ajaxwalker: no one complains about the V10.xxx and Intense DH frames tho...
  • 8 0
 It's like a 2005 scott bike
  • 1 0
 a seat tube?
  • 7 1
 It literally made me upset looking at it.
  • 5 0
 Well when the rear triangle looks larger than the front... Its not a good look
  • 3 0
 @Staktup: True, but those bikes have more visual mass in that area, with the position of the shock and rear triangle filling in that area. Also the angle of the components on those line up with what our brains think is normal.

Either way to my eyes something doesn't look "right" to me in the area above the bottom bracket.
  • 17 0
 That frame reminds me of laser guns and bad 80's sci fi tv shows. Which is not a bad thing. But its just that a rider of that bike probably goes by the name Streethawk or TJ Laser.
  • 4 0
 Totally. Instead of making moto brap noises in my head while riding, I'd be attacking the alien mothership pew pew.
  • 11 0
 I test rode it. I loved the lawwill parallelogram when I first rode it on a schwinn. I loved it again on the Eminent fifteen years later. The super wide rear swingarm banged my knees on every pedal stroke. Same with everyone I talked to who rode it. It's hard to be in the bike industry and hard to do new things.
  • 3 0
 Did it 'stinkbug' under braking? I understand Lawwill's could do that.
  • 3 0
 @sngltrkmnd: My test was limited to Duthie and I'm not a sport-class-enduro speed rider. I used the rock roll into braveheart as my reference. I didn't detect bad braking behavior. It was acoustically rattly going through rocks at speed but it was fast and tracked well, in a way that challenged the ripmo.

But heavy for a carbon frame, and the knee strikes. I couldn't ride it.
  • 2 0
 @sngltrkmnd: that's what the floating brake mount is for.
  • 2 0
 @conoat: better suspension performance when it’s being compressed. The floating brake mount make the suspension not bind up and move more freely while compressing the suspension
  • 2 0
 Same experience here. Did a demo ride and the top link is so wide that I was banging into it with my legs the entire ride.
  • 9 0
 The document shows a 2020 net loss of $127,000, with a projected 2021 loss of $49,000 and a projected 2023 net income of $93,000.

future riches await! bike industry bros, just raking it in.
  • 24 0
 Old shop joke: How do you get a million dollars in the bike industry? Well, start with two million dollars...
  • 30 0
 If you play your cards right there are hundreds of dollars to be made in the bicycle industry!
  • 10 0
 Also, imagine owing your father-in-law $640,000... yikes lol
  • 3 0
 @brianpark: I've already made TENS of dollars working in the bike industry these past 26 years...
  • 11 2
 The bikes ride amazing. Obviously not everyone's cuppa aesthetics wise, but Hopefully this restructuring will put them on a path to get more people to experience the grip that suspension design can obtain.
  • 12 0
 I would say the appearance of my bikes matters to me. I mean with so many good looking options out there I don't ever see myself riding one of these.
  • 9 1
 Eminent is an excellent bike company that makes quality stuff and really takes care of its customers. It’s family feel is what makes it such a great company. We have a Haste and couldn’t be happier with the progression my son has made on it. I’m sure they will come out on the other side of this a much stronger company.
  • 14 2
 Let it die..
  • 10 1
 I was waiting for their e-bike version - will probably be the first company where the e-bike looks better then their standard lineup.....
  • 9 1
 That debt to income ratio wouldn't even allow them to qualify with a credit agency to finance one of their own bikes. How are the founders and co-founders suing the company they founded? This story is confusing.
  • 5 0
 As a commercial banker, this is on target. Lawsuit reads like a blowup at the ownership level...investor may want out
  • 2 0
 @rwalker82: nice to see somebody on here actually read the article
  • 9 1
 Ugly bike, seat tube looks like it trying to hump the shock.
  • 4 0
 I'm on my second Eminent bike and have enjoyed them both. Love riding my Onset 29er on all kinds of trails here in AZ. I've also met the guys at Eminent and wish them well. Great people that are passionate about MTB. Hope this restructure is just that.
  • 8 4
 Eminent has always taken care of its customers and produces great bikes. That’s what’s important. I’m sure they will come out on the other side of this an even stronger company.
  • 4 0
 It's always sad to see a company that is trying to innovate struggle like this. I hope that they can get their assets together and get rolling again. I wish I'll have a chance to try one of these.
  • 7 4
 Bankrupt during the biggest economic boom in the cycling industries history. Founder owes 640K to his father in law. Please shut down and stop losing other peoples money. You are very bad at running a business and your bikes are super ugly.
  • 5 2
 I think the co founder suing has more to do with anything else? Read the article?
  • 4 0
 I'm sorry for them I really am, but you cannot put performance over looks in my experience. It's a unspoken, dark, shallow truth that a bike needs to be beautiful just as much as it needs to perform.
  • 1 0
 This is actually very wise advise.
  • 4 1
 Wait: "debts of $1.4 million and assets of $139,000"...... So the old cliché of "if you want to make a million dollars in the bike industry you start with two million", isn't even true? It's so much worse!
  • 2 0
 Looked closely and saw the design only accommodates and externally routed dropper cable. All other things aside, that doesn't seem encouraging for dropper post options. Yeah, I see why they had to do it, but would of been a red flag on a pile of red flags for me.
  • 4 0
 That's a really old photo. They are all internal now.
  • 1 0
 @conoat: really old photo and that bike appears to be a size small. So yeah the rear triangle is gonna look bigger as well
  • 2 0
 The connection of the lower shock mount to the BB area looks.....interesting. But with both a chain stay lower pivot AND a seat stay lower pivot, this bike has something for every rider. All the more reason that PB MUST acquire one for "Testing" purposes. Test riders most 'def' qualify for hazardous duty pay on this mission.
  • 8 4
 Absolutely LOVE my eminent, glad to see good things coming for the brand and excited for the future! ????
  • 3 0
 Is the rear triangle really larger than the front or is it the camera angle?
  • 1 0
 @Staktup: the camera angle makes it look a bit bigger,
  • 1 0
 @OneMTB: that pic is a size small too so the front triangle is gonna be smaller in proportion to the rear
  • 4 0
 Great timing PB, posting this right after an article about a future bike "boom" is a savage move
  • 1 0
 I used to love the lawill design. With a floating brake, they were wonderful to ride. It’s another thing I was surprised had disappeared (along with high pivot dh bikes) when I spent 15 years away from the sport. High pivots are back, I might just check out one of these or a rotec to see how they’ve evolved over the years.
  • 1 0
 I like the futuristic looks, but the location of those pivots might create some flex in the rear. I think the Yeti/Schwinn implementations suffered from a flexy rear end as well?
  • 11 0
 be honest... you own a pontiac aztec dont you
  • 3 1
 My first thought was "Eminent Cycles..."

"...uh..."

"...who?"

I guess I'm behind the times. I mean my bike is an ancient 2020 model.
  • 1 0
 Unfortunately experienced this and soon after maybe a year the company had to file Chapter 7 and everybody lost there cool jobs working with bicycles......... hope this doesn’t happen because it SUCKS
  • 2 0
 I demo'd their Onset in a bike park in late 2019 and, not joking, it rode brilliantly. But I don't think I could ever get over the looks.
  • 7 8
 Werd to Eminent: If you can't succeed in this unprecedented lush bike market which is simply begging for finsihed bikes....any finished bikes... then you are positively doing something wrong.
Now...what could it be??....hmmm....wait...wait....I got it! Your frames are hideous!!!
  • 4 1
 Another person that didn’t read the article? - miss the suing bit by confounder?
  • 2 0
 @justanotherusername: They probably wouldn't be suing if the money had been rolling in.
  • 1 0
 @chakaping: yea possibly, but also possibly a completely different reason.
  • 1 0
 @justanotherusername: The "father-in-law" bit sets the alarm bells ringing for several possibilities TBF, but most-likely buyer's remorse.
  • 3 0
 With looks like that, they were on the back foot from the onset
  • 7 4
 I actually think it looks pretty damn cool!
  • 3 2
 Same!
  • 1 0
 From certain angles, I think it does.
  • 5 1
 Ghastly looking bike
  • 4 0
 Who?
  • 3 0
 Today I learned that Eminent is a bike company... well used to be.
  • 2 0
 How? In times like these even an ugly or shitty bike flies off the shelves.
  • 2 0
 Well i hope they make it through the rough spot and continue to build bikes.
  • 2 0
 Is it just me or do all those names sound made up? Like this is a drug ring in disguise kinda thing.
  • 3 0
 Owing $640k to your father in law, ouch.
  • 4 1
 Ya'll mother fuckers are ruthless.
  • 5 0
 Agreed! Seems like a lot of armchair quarterbacking and not a lot of empathy for the guys who sunk hundreds of thousands of dollars of personal money into their passion for mountain biking. Whether one likes the appearance of the bikes or not, consider the guys who put in the work and the dollars to try to bring something new to market. It is HARD to start a business. Most startups fail, regardless of economic conditions. Falling on hard times now might have something to do with not being able to shift frames because there are no components, for example.
  • 1 2
 I am starting a GoFundMe campaign for them. Please show your goodwill with an early donation.
  • 3 0
 @onemind123: I think you're going to find it a tough sell to get people to donate money to a commercial entity. I am sympathetic, but I've got my own problems and I can't see trading dollars for ... nothing. If there were an investment opportunity where I could purchase non-voting shares and be entitled to a dividend if the company attains profitability, that might be a different matter.
  • 2 0
 ...turned those finances up to 11!
  • 1 0
 I'm sure the bike rides well, but most people still like to buy frames that are closer to the design norms.
  • 2 0
 You can file this in the "why did the trust fork fail?"
  • 4 1
 And at the start of this I was thinking what could make that thing uglier. A trust fork would do the trick.
  • 1 0
 well, they don't sell bikes when everyone asks for them, seeing them you don't even have to wonder why.
  • 1 0
 Everyone else is out of stock for a year, but you're filing for bankruptcy. Take that as a hint to change your offerings...
  • 1 0
 I saw an ad a while ago and was pretty interested to try out the suspension
  • 1 0
 YOLO! Perhaps the Atherton's can bail you out like they did with Robobikes! Oh wait, they crapped out again!
  • 2 0
 I think that eminent is one of the most underrated company in the industry
  • 1 0
 I really think a big reason they didn't sell well is cause of their appearance.
  • 1 0
 There’s definitely many pumpers here of shitty bikes just to get business!
  • 2 0
 Slim Shady
  • 3 1
 Ugly bike is ugly
  • 2 0
 The lawwill help.
  • 1 0
 Is Eminent the bag holder of this bike boom?
  • 1 1
 Always thought their colorways were shit. Looks like a bike out of the movie "Fifth Element"
  • 1 0
 They should restructure that rear triangle. Thing is huge
  • 1 2
 Wow I called Cascade links expensive on another thread and got downvote city. Some people getting big props for some cold shit on this one though! Haha love me some PB.
  • 1 0
 I have a new business idea for them: don’t make the bikes ugly
  • 1 0
 Bummer. This was on my list of trying to find to demo.
  • 1 0
 Hopefully these guys can come back. Innovation should be rewarded.
  • 1 0
 NO ONE could have seen this coming.
  • 1 1
 Posted right after the Revenue Roundup story LMAO
  • 2 3
 That's what happens when you follow mainstream bullshit 29ers and stop producing 27.5 bikes
  • 1 1
 They should only be thinking about restructuring that entire bike...
  • 1 1
 How do they expect to sell bikes that look like that?
  • 1 0
 Nice
  • 4 5
 Bout to claim eminent domain
  • 2 1
 But that's a 36... (I'll just show myself out)
  • 1 1
 WHO???

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