[CR]NAHBS party at The Recyclery


Example: Framebuilders:Rene Herse

References: <157287.1343.qm@web55409.mail.re4.yahoo.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 11:05:35 -0500
In-Reply-To: <157287.1343.qm@web55409.mail.re4.yahoo.com>
From: Dale Brown <oroboyz@aol.com>
Subject: [CR]NAHBS party at The Recyclery

Thanks again to Larry and all the gang at the Recyclery. They have a great "scene" going on there. I have some good pics if I can ever get the time to get them published!

Dale Brown Greensboro, North Carolina USA

-----Original Message----- From: Larry Myers <curmudgeon1957@yahoo.com> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Sent: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 2:25 am Subject: [CR]Thanks to all; NAHBS, stuff for sale

Howdy!

I would like to thank all the list members who attended our little get-together at The Recyclery- Dale, Rich, John, Mike, Wayne, et al- it was great to put a face to the names! Best in Show definitely went to John Seiver and his all-chrome 70's Paramount track bike, which looked like it had just been un-packaged.....a close 2nd to George Ramos and his pristine Bianchi 'Superleggera', with it's totally trick factory panto package.

I finally made it to the NAHBS Sunday afternoon- lots of really cool stuff. My own personal faves- A) The Land Shark-built "Huffy" that Andy Hampsten rode to victory in the Giro d'Italia; B) the Brian Bayliss booth; C) Ed Litton's stunning 'Cambio Corsa' bike; D) the wonderful Peter Weigle 70's-style TT bike- drillium, huge chainring, tied & soldered wheels...straight out of the pages of 'International Cycle Sport'!; and, finally, my own vote for 'Best in Show'- the Rene Herse that Genevieve Gambillon rode to multiple National & World Championships. Except for the Herse stem & cranks, it looked like an early-70's 'boom bike'- crappy Huret steel derailleurs, Weinmann centerpulls....just proves that the most important part of all is DESIRE!

Offered to the list, the following bits & pieces- shipping included in the lower 48.

1) Ideale Mod.90 w/ alloy rails. Saddle is in good condition; lots of miles & patina, no tears, cracks, or crash marks. The alloy rails & cantle are in excellent condition- no cracks or corrosion. Clamp not included. The "STC" group sticker would tend to date it to the mid-to-late 70's...$145 2) NOS Edco-badged front & rear derailleur set- made by Simplex. I got these to put on a frame I bought, that disappeared once it hit US soil- don't need them anymore...$175/set 3)Titan 'Luxe' 95mm track stem, very good condition, minor pitting, $90 4)NOS Campy 'Gran Sport' (50's/60's) hi-flange hub shell, 28 hole. No axle, will work for road or track use...$50

More to follow; PayPal only please- I use my e-mail address for this.

Cheers, Larry Myers Portland, OR, USA

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