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Kent Eriksen

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Kent Eriksen was presented Thursday night with a lifetime achievement award by Routt County Riders, honoring his work for bicycling in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Kent Eriksen speaks with customer Justin Cohen, of Denver, about designing a new bike to replace the road bike Cohen has been riding. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Kent Eriksen speaks Thursday night in front of a picture of himself on a projection screen at the Steamboat Bike Summit in Steamboat Springs. Eriksen laid down roots in Steamboat nearly 35 years ago and has been one of the town's most well-known bike advocates ever since, starting two top-level bike companies. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Kent Eriksen measures a customer's bike to get the size right for a new model the rider ordered. Eriksen founded Moots but left that company in 2005 to start his own Kent Eriksen Cycles, which builds custom bikes of all shape and size. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Kent Eriksen started in the bicycle industry in Steamboat Springs in 1975, first with a bike shop, and later the bike building business that became Moots. Courtesy photo

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A younger Kent Eriksen rides his bike. Courtesy photo

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