Re: [CR]Re: Fight pickin' ...


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From: "Russell Mowat" <russell.mowat@virgin.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <B72FD1FA.6989%bob.reid@btconnect.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: Fight pickin' ...
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 21:01:58 +0100


I rode my 1951 Flying Scot last night for the second time ever, and despite the initial discomfort due to the totally different geometry from my normal rider, what a fast bike. I was able to push far bigger gears, climb hills like never before and it was very forgiving on the rough road surface. Unfortunately a classic steel lightweight frame makes no impact on the local insect population, hardly a breath without ingesting a fly.

You can keep your Masi's

Russell Mowat

Irvine, Scotland


----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Reid
To:
Sent: 22 May 2001 08:21
Subject: [CR]Re: Fight pickin' ...



> Flying Scot's, Flying Scot's Who mentioned Flying Scot's ?
>
> Nah - Why bother, I'm not in a mood for a fight (verbal) anyway - I'd lose !
>
> I could however raise the temperature / lower the tone by giving next weeks
> verbal diahorrea (sp?) topics due to appear on Ricki.... ;
>
> -------------------------------
> (Monday) "Sister It's Art....But You Say Engineering"
>
> (Tuesday) "Who Do you Think Your Foolin' ..... I'd gladly Pay $4m For
> Original Masi Toolin"
>
> (Wednesday) "B47 - Your Way Too Fat To Be A Model..... Your Butt Hide's So
> Big All We See Is Your Saddle"
>
> (Thursday) "Double Butted My Ass ?..... Just Plain Old Seamless Cro-mo"
>
> (Friday) "AVA Death Bars You Haven't Been In My Life For Years...Why Do You
> Want To Come Back Now ?"
> --------------------------------
> - If you, or anyone you know is affected by the issues raised in these
> programmes, call toll free on 501-531-600 (ax).........

>

> :-)

>

> Bob.