RE: [CR]Seattle Bike Shops

Example: Component Manufacturers:Cinelli
From: "Mark Petry" <>
To: "Charles T. Young" <youngc@NetReach.Net>, <>
Subject: RE: [CR]Seattle Bike Shops
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 07:39:54 -0700
In-Reply-To: <005601c1214b$f8ec8b00$>

I can vouch for this. Recycled Cycles is a treasure trove and WELL worth a visit. There is a great burrito place right down the street as well.


-----Original Message----- From: []On Behalf Of Charles T. Young Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2001 8:25 PM To: Subject: Re: [CR]Seattle Bike Shops

Apparently Recycled Cycles is a treasure trove of vintage parts. Can't speak from experience but they apparently have a lot of older components in the bins.

Charlie Young Getting out twice a day for short rides despite the heat: Fiorelli at noon and Falcon in the evening today Honeybrook, PA

-----Original Message----- From: Jill DiMauro <> To: <> Date: Thursday, August 09, 2001 10:52 PM Subject: [CR]Seattle Bike Shops

>Dear friends,
>My brother-in-law (a bike nut long before I was!) is going to Seattle, WA
>tomorrow. Can anyone recommend a "must see" bike shop? Plus he wants to
>rent a road bike to do a few days of touring. So far all the shops he's
>called only has run-of-the-mill mountain bikes for rent. Any suggestions
>where he might rent a road bike?
>Thanks in advance! He might even have an early 70's bike catalog to pass on
>to fellow affectionados!
>Jill DiMauro
>Maryland (for now)