Re: [CR]seat posts, plus Bittini, and saddle modifications


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From: Brandon Ives <monkeylad@mac.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]seat posts, plus Bittini, and saddle modifications
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 17:53:25 -0700

At 4:25 PM -0700 9/10/02, Brian Baylis wrote:
>Adjustable seat posts are for
>those who don't have a bike built from concept to final coat of paint
>taking every detail into consideration and fabricating as neccessary
>those pieces that make the bike perfect and unique to the owner alone.

This was the early Tom Ritchey approach and one of the main reasons the first road bike he built for his father was under 15 lbs in the late-70s. I was looking for a picture on the web but can't find it, anyone have a copy if it? I've always been surprised by how few framebuilders don't at least build the stems and seatposts for the frames they build. I understand the practical reasons but as everybody knows the best things in life are the little details. enjoy, Brandon"monkeyman"Ives SB, CA --
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