Yes, they are the source to which I referred. They don't seem to say about engraving or place of manufacture.
Jim Cole wrote:
> The November issue of Cycling Plus has GB Randonneur bars and stems
> listed from St. John Street Cycles. The ad doesn't show what kind of
> engraving they might have. Maybe GB is still around or (gulp) produced
> in China or something.
> Jim Cole
> Memphis, TN
> Jerry wrote:
> >Hey Aldo, what's with the "Jim" all of a sudden? We won't know which
> >to call
> >you. Speaking of GB bars, I found a source of NOS GB "randonneur"
> >bars, but
> >no road bends. Do any significant number of randonneurs actually use
> >randonneur bend these days? Also, the CR website states that GB "did
> >survive into the 70's". Yet I think I remember GB stems on Raleighs
> >well into
> >the 70's, maybe even the early 80's. Did Gerry Burgess perhaps sell
> >the name
> >to a company that continued to produce bars and stems? Might these
> >even still
> >be in production today?