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In his work life, Paul Marasco is a research scientist who connects prosthetic limbs to people's brains so that they feel like a part of their body. However, his first certificate of mastery was as a bike mechanic. He commutes year round on a fixed gear, putting in between 150 to 200 miles per week. He rides with friends early on Sunday mornings and races cyclocross during the fall. Over the past few years he has come to realize how much riding means to him. "Bikes are magical," Paul says. 

Paul Marasco

In my work life I am a research scientist who connects prosthetic limbs to peoples brains so that they feel like a part of their body. However, my first certificate of mastery was as bike mechanic. I commute year round on my fixed gear putting in between 150 to 200 miles per week. I ride with my friends early on Sunday mornings and I race cyclocross during the fall. Over the past few years I have come to realize how much riding means to me. Bikes are magical.

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Volume 1, Issue 1, Posted 5:36 PM, 03.13.2012