Patrick Brady

Staffer at Felt Bicycles manufacturing in Irvine; Author

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Staffer at Felt Bicycles manufacturing in Irvine, handling communications; Author, Bicycling: Los Angeles County

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The  LAPD  says a Brentwood doctor has been involved in two incidents of “road rage” with cyclists on Mandeville Canyon Road.

Cycling in Los Angeles

The LAPD says a Brentwood doctor has been involved in two incidents of “road rage” with cyclists on Mandeville Canyon Road.

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