Bicycle Guide, was [CR]Eisentraut Article Avail. Online


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To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
From: "H.M. & S.S. Sachs" <sachs@erols.com>
Subject: Bicycle Guide, was [CR]Eisentraut Article Avail. Online
Cc: schubley@aol.com
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 21:39:31 -0400

Paulie Davis wrote:

Subject: [CR]Eisentraut Article Avail. Online Hi All, I recently received a copy of a magazine called *Bicycle Guide* from October 1987. I scanned in an article by Albert Eisentraut which can be seen at: http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/bg1.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae1.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae2.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae3.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae4.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae5.jpg http://members.aol.com/rustytoeclips/ae6.jpg Other articles in the publication are on Dave Tesch, Tom Ritchey and CyclArt, and I'll be replacing the Eisentraut article with each of these in succession in the coming weeks for you to read, if there is interest.

Bicycle Guide was a competitor to Bicycling. The first editor (publisher?) was John Schubert, who left Bicycling to start this one (as I recall it). Like some other ventures, it started with lofty goals and great aspirations, although even I was asked to be an honorary "technical advisor" of one sort of another. Schubs is still around, near Trexlertown PA, and is still a fine fellow. Once in a great while, he goes over to the T-town swap meet with me to chuckle...

harvey sachs
mclean va