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Can anyone tell what font the logo uses on this site or a font nearly identical?

http://www.workriders.co.uk/
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Try using this site:
http://new.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ 

From what I could see it looks like it could be Zapata-Medium.  
http://new.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/results?ch[0]=W&ch[1]=O&ch[2]=k&ch[3]=&ch[4]=R&ch[5]=i&ch[6]=f&ch[7]=&ch[8]=%26&ch[9]=1&ch[10]=&wtfserver=aws_wtf2&id=001388264e0a20b6000eeba900005af0&glyphcount=11&imageid=0&x=55&y=39
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The font appears to be Chunk Five.

http://www.ffonts.net/ChunkFive.font
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by:suroma
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yobri - perfect, many thanks.
LZ1 - great website, thanks for the link
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