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Adirondack Bicycle owner closing up shop, looking forward to new ventures

Bill Lewis takes a break from packing up his Scotia bicycle shop, Adirondack Bicycle, on Tuesday with help from his wife, Mary.
Bill Lewis takes a break from packing up his Scotia bicycle shop, Adirondack Bicycle, on Tuesday with help from his wife, Mary.
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These days, when Bill Lewis talks about switching gears, it has nothing to do with cycling. The longtime owner of Adirondack Bicycle has decided to close his shop and pursue his passion for wildlife photography. He’s quick to note that he’s not retiring. “Retiring is for people who have no curiosity,” the 69-year-old explained. “Curiosity is the stuff of life.” Soft-spoken and humble, Lewis reluctantly agreed to take a break from cleaning out his small ...

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