Re: [CR] "Real " CR riders


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Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 22:31:31 -0500
From: G L Romeu <romeug@comcast.net>
To: Tom Sanders <tesanders@comcast.net>
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Subject: Re: [CR] "Real " CR riders


I think I am with Tom on this one. I have ridden a very few of the off topic bikes, also have a couple. the thing they have in common with my other bikes is that they are fun to ride. But then again, i think every bike is probably fun to ride, all of them are fun to look at anyway. I have only ridden an aluminum road bike once (which is kind of odd as i work with aluminum all day), and i have never ridden a ti or bamboo bike. I would like the opportunity. I am sure it would be fun.

I do a favorite bike of the week, and this this week it is a KOF Batavas Pro, probably mid 80's, that has a really cool u channel on the bottom of the top tube to route the rear brake cable. the der. cable guides on the bottom bracket were a very considered construction as well. Out for the first time today and seemed really nice. Find out more tomorrow, but i am sure it will be fun.

Tom Sanders wrote: ... and lots of fun!

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