Edson, Kansas Offers Assistance In The Recovery Efforts Of Shawn Bradley's Bicycle

A major crisis was resolved Thursday, when the bicycle of retired NBA star Shawn Bradley was found. The custom-made bike, which was large enough to accommodate Bradley's 7'6" frame, had been stolen out of his barn.

Luckily, Bradley did not have to resort to seeking the assistance of the proud people of Edson, Kansas. As you may recall, this tiny town of approximately 30 people has previously submitted bids to host the 2015 Super Bowl and lure West Virginia to its athletic conference.

Edson offered to help Bradley any way they could, and made their offer for assistance known via an expertly-made PowerPoint presentation. We have obtained the slides from said presentation, which are after the jump.

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