[CR]Velo Rendezvous entry deadline change


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Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 10:04:10 -0700
From: "Chuck Schmidt" <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]Velo Rendezvous entry deadline change

With the events of the last two weeks I have decided to extend the deadline for the $30 entry fee from today, September 21st to September the 28th, next Friday.

If there is any possible way for you to attend, please do. The list of bikes that will be on display is nothing short of phenomenal and the list of people attending is too! I think everyone will get a kick out of the Symposium. It looks to be very entertaining and educational besides ;) and the BBQ, bike show, parts exchange Sunday should be unforgettable.

There are CR list members coming from New York City, Boston, Kansas, Arizona, Washington, and Japan!!! Again... you don't want to miss this event if it is all possible for you to attend.

Please come. --Chuck Schmidt

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Velo Rendezvous is a Gathering of Bike Collectors, Enthusiasts and Historians in Celebration of the Vintage Lightweight Bicycle.

Partial list (updated 9/16/01) of bikes promised for Velo Rendezvous: Jean Aerts early '50s w/Simplex TdF * Allegro Special Track (Bobby Kemp's) * Baylis '89 Track * Baylis '90 Track * Baylis '90 Areo Track Persuit * Baylis '92 Areo Track * Baylis/Tesch '93 S-22 Track (one of a kind) * Baylis '93 Road (650c wheels) * Baylis '94 Track (650c wheels) * Baylis '00 Road Fixed * Baylis '01 "Double Vibrant Hellenic" Road * Benotto '40s w/Cambio Corsa * Bianchi '39 w/Vittoria Margherita * Bianchi '49 Folgorissima w/Paris-Roubaix * Bianchi '51 Paris-Roubaix * Bianchi '54 Campione del Mondo * Bianchi '56 Team * Bianchi '64 Team * Bianchi '64 Specialissima * Bianchi '66 Specialissima * Bianchi '76 Team * Bianchi '79 Superleggera full panto'd * Bianchi '81 Super Leggera * Bianchi '83 Centenario full panto'd * Bianchi '86 Colorado Worlds Team * Cinelli '52 Mod. B * Cinelli '58 Mod. B * Cinelli '60 SC w/bivalent * Cinelli '61 Monza * Cinelli '65 SC w/bivalent * Cinelli '73 Mod. B * Colnago '72 Super * Colnago '79 Super w/Mexico crank * Confente '78 Strada * Confente '79 Strada (very last one built) * De Rosa '72 Strada * Umberto Dei '36 w/Vittoria Margherita * Drysdale '51 Tourer * Duquesne 1897 Racer * Dursley '07 Racer * Fuji early model Pro * Fuji '77 Newest * Gillott '54 Path Racer * Gillott '54 w/Gran Sport * Gillott '55 Path Racer * Gitane '70s Pro * Griffon '39 w/Rota * Rene Herse '51 Ladies frame * Rene Herse '60 Pista w/internal headset bearings * Hetchins '55 Track Experto Creed * Hetchins '68 Mixtie * Hetchins '69 Hellenic w/ Spider lugs * Hetchins '72 Magnum Opus * Hetchins '72 Scorpion Bonham Spider, vibrant * Hetchins '90 Magnum Opus Track, vibrant * Hetchins '95 Magnum Opus Tandem, vibrant * Hetchins '00 Millinium, vibrant * Hetchins Millennium * Hetchins Tandem * Johnson '76 Track * Legnano '43 Tipo Roma w/Cambio Corsa * Legnano '49 Tipo Roma w/Paris-Roubaix & Simplex * Lejeune '71 NOS * Masi '60s Special w/Nervex * Masi '62 Special * Masi '69 Special * Masi '69 Special Track * Masi '70 Gran Criterium * Masi '71 Gran Criterium * Masi '84 3V Volumetrica w/50th Anni * Motobecane early 70s Champion Team * Paris Sport '79 (Ceuvas) * La Perle '52 Serie Course Speciale, SCCR 10 Type Koblet <Tour de France 1951> * Pedersen 1900s Replica Tandem (only one in US) * Peugeot '78 PY10CP Team * Peugeot '80 Pro 10 Team * Richard Sachs '84 * Salsa/Baylis '89 Tandem * Schwinn '72 Paramount * Silk Hope * Alex Singer '72 Audax * Urago early '40s w/Super Champion * Urago early '50s w/Huret TdF * Wizard (Baylis) '74 #16 w/250 holes in lugs * Wizard (Baylis) '75

Dates: October 6 & 7, 2001 (follows 2001 Las Vegas Interbike Show by three days).

Location: Pasadena, California is fifteen minutes north east of downtown Los Angeles. Click here for aerial photo of Pasadena and Arroyo Seco area. Mt. Wilson (elev. 5200 ft) pictured is five air miles from Pasadena (elev. 750 ft). La Casita del Arroyo is at the bottom left of the photo. http://www.velo-retro.com/Pasadena.jpg

Venues: La Casita del Arroyo, Pasadena -- Built in 1933, this "little house" is constructed of stones from the famous Pasadena Arroyo and wood from the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Velodrome that had been built inside the Rose Bowl Stadium for the Olympics. It's nestled in the rustic Arroyo Seco close by the Rose Bowl, an area noted for its 1900s Arts & Crafts Movement bugalows. The architect was Myron Hunt who also designed the Rose Bowl Stadium, Huntington Hotel [now Ritz-Carlton], Pasadena City Hall and Pasadena City Library. Click here for a panoramic photo of La Casita with the Colorado Street Bridge (the Rose Bowl is on the other side of the bridge). http://www.velo-retro.com/Casita.jpg

Brookside Park, Pasadena -- Location of the Rose Bowl Stadium (constructed 1922). Click here for an aerial view of the Rose Bowl Stadium with the San Gabriel mountains in the background. http://www.velo-retro.com/RoseBowl.jpg

Schedule: October 6, Saturday -- Velo Symposium (guest speakers, discussion and featured discussion bike display), 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at La Casita del Arroyo (lunch will be catered), followed by a vintage bike ride in the afternoon and dinner at a local restaurant. Speakers so far: -Brett Horton on collecting historically significant jerseys, photos, and posters with some items from his collection. -Brian Baylis on building frames with just a file, a vise, and a torch with some examples of his work. -Rex Gephart on a photo visit to the Masi Workshop under the Vigorelli Velodrome in Milan. -Seth Finkelstein with a show and tell on derailleurs from the 1930s, 40s and 50s. -Dennis Crowley on Pasadena cycling lore (ie: the Tournament of Roses and Rose Parade started out as a bicycle race and bicycle parade). Tentative speakers so far: -Owen Mulholland on the Tour Legends, The Giants of the Road, and his upcoming book on vintage racing history. October 7, Sunday -- Vintage bike ride at 9 am from Brookside Park, followed at 11:00 am by vintage bike show, parts exchange, and BBQ picnic. The food and drink will be provided. The bike show will be judged by the bike show entrants (a tally of three votes from each entrant: first, second and third choice). The parts exchange will be a very low-key swap meet, since we will be in a grassy, secluded picnic area.

Entry Fee: $30 for two days that includes a catered lunch Saturday, BBQ Lunch Sunday plus admission to all events. Late entry after September 28 will be $40.

Event Hotel: Old Pasadena Courtyard by Marriott hotel. This is a very nice, new hotel built in a style reminiscent of the 1900s Arts & Crafts Movement and is located in Old Pasadena one mile from both days' events. Highly recommended!!! Group Rates have been arranged for Velo Rendezvous entrants. Reservations for the event will be made by individual attendees directly with Marriott reservations at 1 (800) 321-2211 or (626) 403-7600; the rate to be $114 per night, single or double. Cut-off date: reservations must be made on or before Friday, August 31, 2001. Click here for the Old Pasadena Courtyard by Marriott hotel website. http://www.courtyard.com/dpp/PropertyPage.asp?MarshaCode=LAXOT

Pasadena Area Motels: Click here for a list of motels and hotels in Pasadena. http://www.pasadenacal.com/accomoda.htm

Pasadena Visitor's Bureau: Click here for a list of things to do in Pasadena. http://www.pasadenacal.com/visitors.htm

Old Town Pasadena: Old Pasadena is today what Westwood Village was a decade ago: L.A.'s premier pedestrian neighborhood, where car-weary Los Angelenos can actually stroll, window-shop, and dine in a relaxed outdoor, urban setting. The neighborhood dates back to the 1870's and the entire district is on the National Register of Historic Places. There are over 70 restaurants in the eight block area. Click here for description of Old Town Pasadena<http://www.seeing-stars.com/Shop/OldPasadena.shtml> Click here for list of restaurants, stores, theaters, etc. in Old Town Pasadena. http://www.citycent.com/CCC/oldpas/oldpas.htm

Airports: Burbank (BUR) Airport is conveniently close by (12 mi to the west) and is recommended! Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is 40 mi to the south west. Long Beach Airport (LGB) is 30 mi to the south.

Velo Rendezvous Entry: Please make your $30 entry fee check (after September 28, $40) out to: Chuck Schmidt And mail to: Velo-Retro 1715 Ramona Avenue South Pasadena, California 91030-4425 An information packet with event details and maps will be sent out before event date.