... sorry, someone else mentioned a ubi course recently, and i recalled many years ago a young fellow at the local bicycle wheel shop came back with their project labeled "blodwyn pig".
... what a neat code name for a project i says now ... but then someone goes "juicy", which heads over to ... "juicy lucy", which is from around the same time frame.
... anyway, we just found the proper suntor pedals, and blue ale straps and clips (in the now empty back closet) to finish this one of with the corresponding Clark's.
watson !! the needle !!
alexandria, va 22308
> Um, I'm the right generation, and I looked it up on Wikipedia, but the
> reference is escaping me, sad to say. However the new project sounds
> juicy...Have Fun! Post pix somewhere, too.
> On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 6:23 PM, Robert Clair <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> ... god in heaven, when you think you are done with all this stuff (the
>> Wizzard build-up), you go and buy some nos ghissalo (sp) wood rims the
>> ... and then ...
>> ... i look in the "other" back closet, and find enough early suntour
>> and a woodrup frame to do it all over again.
>> and the nightmare starts all over again !!
>> ack !!! and this one is going to be as equally nice. all nos except
>> the frame.
>> i haven't riden a road bike now in many years. is this the love of the
>> Blodwyn Pig or what :)
>> robert clair
>> alexandria, va 22308