If you’re a lawyer who’s in trouble, Connecticut Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois is the last guy you want to see. But if you’re a lawyer who wants a bicycle, he is your man.

For the past seven years, Dubois has turned his home and barn in Haddam into a refuge for neglected, abused and discarded bicycles. He was a self-described “gearhead” growing up, always interested in mechanical operations. But even Dubois admits that his recent bicycle reclamation hobby has grown beyond what he expected.

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