I considered getting one-I spoke with John Hollands, a very respected
frame builder in Maryland (perhaps the country) who would advised that
they are top-notch. My understanding is that they have very upright
angles (74/75?) And very little clearance for tires-you may be stuck with
25 cm with at widest.
The one time I saw one was 30 years ago-it appeared to be copper plated,
high level of workmanship, and very attractive. Good luck!
On Sun, 19 Aug 2001 11:53:19 -0400 Steven m Johnson <email@example.com>
> Can anyone indentify the crankset on this Harry Quinn trackbike?
> Anyone know anything about Harry Quinn other than what is in the
> Koln and
> De la Rosa book and at:
> The serial number on the bike is "Q257." Any idea of what year it
> Thanks for any information,
> Steven M. Johnson, Chesapeake, VA