[CR]Re: Bike Brochure FTP site

Example: History:Norris Lockley
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 14:14:17 -0800
From: "Greg Fletcher" <greg@fletcher.net>
To: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
In-Reply-To: <3C72C5DE.816A49A8@memphis.edu>
Subject: [CR]Re: Bike Brochure FTP site

Just use your browser (Netscape or Internet Explorer) with that address <ftp://ftp.bates-lee.org/pub/> which puts you in FTP mode, you'll have instant access to the directory list.

If you insist on using an FTP client simply use <ftp.bates-lee.org> as the Host and <pub/> as the Directory. No not enter any info in the User ID or Password areas! Leave those blank. It works for me.

This information is considered temporary in nature (although there's a good possibility that it could be up for many months yet) and may need to be removed if space is needed for other stuff, so a web link from the CR site is probably not a great idea.

Greg Fletcher Foothill Ranch, CA

On 2/19/02 1:38 PM, "Jim Cole" <jcole@memphis.edu> wrote:
> Stewart asked:
>> Do you need a password for this site. It wouldn't let me log in
>> anonymously.
> It is an ftp site so don't know if that is the problem. I've had off
> list e-mails from a couple of folks who commented how much they enjoyed
> the site and no mentions of problems accessing it. Hey, I'm no computer
> geek (just a bike geek!) so I'm afraid I can't be of much help here.
> Jim Cole
> Memphis, TN
>> First, I wanted to say thanks again to the parties responsible at
>> bates-lee.org for the INCREDIBLE (!!!) collection of bike catalogs and
>> brochures they have posted. This is really an amazing free resource
>> with tons of great info. I didn't notice a link to the site from
>> Classic Rendezvous, but it would be a good idea if the owners all
>> agree. You can find it at:
>> ftp://ftp.bates-lee.org/pub/
>> Anyone into the bicycles as jewelry thing should check out the ICS
> parts
>> catalog that is posted. That modified Campy SR front derailleur looks
>> pretty wild. I've never seen one and wondered how it worked. The ICS
>> stuff is definitely not to my taste, but it is interesting to look
> at..
>> Jim Cole
>> Memphis, TN