Re: [CR]Might you possibly attend the Cirque du Cyclisme?

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Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 22:11:58 -0500
From: "Harvey M Sachs" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Might you possibly attend the Cirque du Cyclisme?
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Last weekend I was unable to reserve a two-bed non-smoking room at the Battleground. Your mileage may vary. at least two of us will be at the Holiday Inn Express instead, on I-40 @ Wendover, 336-854-0090. Never seen it, no connection, etc. harvey sachs mclean va.

At 09:31 3/19/2001 -0500, wrote:
>Attention all potential Cirque attendees!
>This year's event is shaping up to be a virtually historic affair (At least
>in the minds of those of us who value vintage lightweight bikes!) An exciting
>new development will be the premiere of a special Cirque tee shirt designed
>by Chuck Schmidt! This is going to be great!
>I will be happy to send you, via snail mail, an 2001 event brochure plus a
>city map with locations marked to any of you who might be interested.
>he event is approaching rapidly! Really only 7 weeks away! The actual Cirque
>events will take place on sunday, May 6th and then there are special Classic
>Rendezvous additional happenings on saturday, May 5th. A casual ride at 10
>AM, and a first-time-ever seminar at 3 PM featuring Brian Baylis, Alan
>Bernstein and Mike Kone. That night, CR attendees will dine and drink
>together (and chat!) at a local Brew pub...
>There still were a few rooms left at the Battleground Inn (see the web site
><A HREF="">The Cirque du Cyclisme</A>
> ) where most folks from out of town are staying and this is by far the most
>convenient location and rates nearby.
>Dale Brown
>cycles de ORO, Inc.
>1406 West Northwood Street
>Greensboro, North Carolina
>USA 27408
>Fax 336-274-6360
><A HREF=""></A>
><A HREF="">Classic Rendezvous
>Vintage Lightweight Bicycles</A>