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  • Despite recent break-ins, downtown cycle shop sees a need to stay put

    The Fulton Cycle Works bike shop, located in the historic Warnors Theatre in downtown Fresno, has been the victim of several recent break-ins. But with as the area's cycling community grows, co-owner Darren Johnson sees a need to stay.

The Fulton Cycle Works bike shop, located in the historic Warnors Theatre in downtown Fresno, has been the victim of several recent break-ins. But with as the area's cycling community grows, co-owner Darren Johnson sees a need to stay. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
The Fulton Cycle Works bike shop, located in the historic Warnors Theatre in downtown Fresno, has been the victim of several recent break-ins. But with as the area's cycling community grows, co-owner Darren Johnson sees a need to stay. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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