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Yes, Their Names - DREW JOHNSON F.I.S.T. Tri Fitter(s):
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Drew Johnson the owner started working in Bike shops in 1979. He helped pack a Bike for Doug Schlosser in 1983 to go to the Ironman in Hawaii.
Doug was the first to do it from Florida. Since then he has worked with all most every top ranked Triathlete from North Florida. There have been several. Drew built and supplied bikes for 4 St Anthoney's winners. No one else in North Florida has worked as many Triathlon events, or with as many athletes. He is a hands on Mechanic and sales person who is always there. One on one service. Directions: In the very center of Jacksonville Florida.
From I-95 south exit Park street on the Fuller Warren Bridge in Downtown. Turn left/west and drive 1 mile. 1 block past King street at 2740 Park Street. From I-95 north take I-10 west to Stockton street exit. Take Stockton Street south to park street and turn right/west for 1/2 mile. Just past king street on left.
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