I have never read that article before but Mr. Eisentraut, although I have never meet him is one of my favorites and obviously one of the fathers of American Framebuilding. His views about the economics of framebuilding hit close to home here, All true even 15yrs later. Couldn't have said it better myself.
Dave Bohm Bohemian Bicycles Tucson, Az ----- Original Message ----- From: Paulie Davis To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 8:33 AM Subject: [CR]Eisentraut Article Avail. Online
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:
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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.
Paulie Davis Los Angeles
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