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Brian K. Williamson, right, and Joslyn Elliott set up Friday for the “Rims and Fins” exhibit that starts April 19 and runs through June 29 at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. According to the museum website, the exhibit deals with baby boomer-generation classic bicycles and puts into context a shift in bicycle design that had manufacturers scrambling to meet the demands of a new market.

Boomer bikes to be focus of art museum exhibit

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