Archive versions of the newsletter are on the website and more will be added. It is primarily a listing and review of rides. I'm not doing an informational newsletter, nor are there for sale listings. If you'd like to support us with a remote subscription that is really appreciated, but if you cannot attend, most of the worth while stuff will eventually be posted to the site.
There is a membership application on the VBA site at:
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-----Original Message----- From: LouDeeter@aol.com [mailto:LouDeeter@aol.com] Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2001 11:46 AM To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [CR]Vintage Bicycle Secret Society
Jim, your experiences parallel those of many others--great ideas, but they
take time & money--time usually being the limiting factor. I know I loved
the Vintage Bicycle newletter that Mike Kone published and I dearly wish he
could still do it. His presentation at Cirque only reminded me of how much
I missed it. But, as you know with our discussions of my Used Bike Buyers
Guide, there is never enough time to do it right and to 'stay on top of it'.
I've always thought that there "MUST" be a demand sufficient to justify the
effort it takes to continue such an endeavor. I just never broke the code
to capitalize on it. I applaud you and all the others who continue to
sponsor events and to "keep the flame burning", knowing that you are
donating time and money because of your love for the hobby. Not sure what
your newletter covers, but I'll send a check just so I can support. Thanks
for all your help. Pls send me your mailing address or paypal info & I'll
get you the require!
d funds for the newsletter. Lou
Deeter, Orlando FL