Re: [CR]San Diego Vintage French Ride & Swap Meet 2/24


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From: "Sterling Peters" <sterlingpeters@hotmail.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Cc: SoCalClassics@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [CR]San Diego Vintage French Ride & Swap Meet 2/24
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 11:39:47 -0800


Would like to encourage as many vintage buffs as possible to attend
>the
>Vintage rides put on by Sterling Peters here in San Diego each month.
>Each ride seems to be better than the last and there are always several
>neat bikes to see and lots of pleasant conversation and trading etc.
>that goes on. We are solidifying into a stable and friendly group and
>would like to see the North County faction remain a part of it all.
>Glad to be part of this group and looking forward to many good times
>that are sure to be in our future. I feel for the first time the vintage
>bike community is coming together in a very personal way that can
>only benefit us all and be the source of pleasure and education for
>everyone.
>
>Brian Baylis
>La Mesa, CA
>
>The Next San Diego Vintage ride is Sunday, February 24th. We will meet
>in front of the Automotive Museum in Balboa Park (Park Blvd.& Presidential
>Way),unless the are some special events going on . In that case,we will
>meet
>across Park Blvd (east side of Park Blvd.)at Presidential Way in front of
>the Old Navy Veterans Hospital. We will meet at 9:30 A.M. for good
>conversation, a Car Trunk Swap Meet ( get there early for the best
>deals),show and tell and pictures then depart at 10:00 A.M. If you get lost
>or are running late my Cell Phone number is 619-239-3157 . This months
>theme is French Bicycles , so dust off your old Rene Herse , Alex Singer ,
>Motobecane , Follis , Peugeot , Gitane , Automo , Stella , Routon , etc
>..... I have talked to many people
>about the ride and a
>lot of these bikes will be showing up. This is an easy 25 mile ride that
>passes through all of the best sights in San Diego. Balboa Park, Mission
>Hills, Presidio Park, Old Town, along the San Diego River,
>Ocean Beach. Next we head up to the Point Loma Light House with an optional
>ride down to the Tide Pools. Then around San Diego Bay past the Star of
>India sailing ship with a stop for Fish and Chips at Anthony's fishette. On
>from there we tour the Downtown Historic Gas Lamp Quarter and back to
>Balboa
>Park. This ride is always a lot of fun and I encourage everyone in Southern
>California to attend, and I'm looking forward to seeing all of you there
>again.
> P.S. Somebody see if you can find the guy in Tijuana delivering Tamales
>on the back of his chrome Rene Herse Trike and invite him too !
>
     Thank you!
      Sterling Peters