Re: [CR] are you a real CR rider?

Example: Racing

From: Dave Porter <>
To: 'Dickey' <>, <>
References: <27E47708E7104FABB8941493006C0A8D@cpugreer>
Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 14:56:42 -0700
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Subject: Re: [CR] are you a real CR rider?

I've been building steel bikes since 1971 and riding steel bikes since ~1956. With and without lugs.. Dave P

Porter Customs 2909 Arno NE Albuquerque, NM USA 87107 505-352-1378 1954 BN2 1959 AN5 Porter Custom Bicycles

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-----Original Message----- From: [] On Behalf Of Dickey Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2009 1:21 PM To: Subject: [CR] are you a real CR rider?

All the talk about CF, Alum, and TI bikes, being as good, better, or old fashioned or who ever else, got me thinking( look-out). I'm 62 yrs and still ride, always do every bit of my own work on bikes. I love to get my hands greasy as much or more then riding. So here's the catch! I have never swung a leg over anything but standard size real steel. When I see a CF bike it's like I glanced at a 1997 Nissian! No reaction what so ever. When I see lugs it's like seeing a 32 Ford coupe with a chromed out 350. Is there anyone else who has been totally faithful to steel?

Dickey Greer
West Monroe,La USA