where does a mtbr work?

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  1. trekrider4315

    trekrider4315 New Member

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    Where do all of you fellow mountain bikers work at?...line of work & description would be nice.
     
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  2. BumpingUglys

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    St James University Hospital, Leeds, UK, here. Within the Histopathalogy dept, involves cutting up bits of people for diagnosis etc (we use DMR V12's for legs :D ). Not for the faint of heart :)

    BU
     
  3. sm266

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    Well, right now I work in a resturant b/c I also go to school. However, I'm gonna quit soon, do homework, get married, and ride more. I'm a pretty lucky gurl.
     
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    ...freelance graphic designer here in the uk...designing cd/record covers for smaller, independant labels in London...and also working 2 days a week for a small design company producing brochures, exhibitions, logos etc...
     
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    Employed by the Navy (Aust) to finish engineering degree then serve.
     
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    Network Administrator for Toyota's National Headquarters in CA.

    Also run my own consulting/computer/web design/custom application company.

    Liquid Ops
     
  7. heterophobe

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    Double Bass player in my local symphony orchestra. Teach a bit on the side.

    Going back to school this Fall in NYC.

    JesusV
     
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    I work in a bike shop of course. Always riding and cheap parts so I consider myself lucky
     
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    I am an 8th grade American History and Physical Science teacher and I work part time in a shop to keep my good hook-up
     
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    I'm a digital artist/animator, pretty flexible time, so if I'm lucky I can sneak off the odd afternoon for a ride :)
     
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    I am a dentist. MOuntain biking is a great stress relief. I can ride and forget everything! I love swoopy swishy single track that cuts around trees so narrow your handlebars barely fit. woooooosh!
     
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    wow, what a variety!

    To add to it..... I'm an audio engineering supervisor @ SAE audio technology college. I supervise students & teach, maintain the studio gear & surf the net & write music. Awesome job....specially considering I can write music when there's nought else to be done. Night shift so it's usually nice & quiet.

    I'm also hoping getting back into biking after a half years break will help with stress levels and remind me of what exercise is!!!

    Save on cab fares too (26 & no liscence :(
     
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    Am middleware engineer for a bank in Connecticut, got into Mtn biking in USA over last 3 years, wonder what Mtn biking is like back home when I return next year .. ( to Australia )
     
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    Network admin for one of the major pharmaceutical corporations.
     
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    Student in Landscape Architecture at TexasTechUniversity. Hopefully with a few more years at the most, i'll have that dream job of being able to work in the outdoors more so than inside. :D

    until then, i work at a local nursery (plants).
     
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    IT Ops Manager for Applications Software Co.
     
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    Systems administrator for a law firm
     
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    Was a lawyer. Now mostly a stay at home Mom, but I work a few hours a week teaching swimming lessons (kids) and lifeguarding at a neighborhood pool.

    I sneak out to ride during school hours!! Love those forest preserves at 10 a.m. on a weekday.
     
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    ...cool beans swimmer..

    Tm1
     
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