A mechanic from Penrith will be taking part in the cycle events at the London 2012 Olympics by supporting the competing athletes.
Phil Graham owns Arragons Cycle Centre in the town but will be soon heading for the capital to offer his assistance track side. Mr Graham will work alongside other mechanics in the first week of the Games.
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