Brian, I don't usually answer my own emails, but I reread my original message, and I guess I did, in fact, also ask what your objection to extended headtubes was. So I guess I am to blame for the contraversy, if that's what it is. All the same, maybe you would care to ignore the negatives of extended headtubes and just give us your opinion as to how you think one should achieve the ability to set the bars at the same height as the saddle.
-----Original Message----- From: Jerry & Liz Moos [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2001 8:30 AM To: email@example.com Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [CR]It wasn't me
Well, Brian, I wasn't really asking why you didn't like extended headtubes, but rather what your preferred method of achieving higher bars is.
Brian Baylis wrote:
> Climbing out from under a rock;
> Actually it wasn't me that opened this can of worms, it was Jerry Moos
> who inquired about something I said at the Cirque. In the name of not
> offending some of my friends, I'd prefer to keep my trap shut on the
> issue except for one thing. Several others have said it already so don't
> blame me for this, but I wholeheartedly agree that it is NOT a
> neccessity, regardless of who says it is or what their reasoning is. As
> far as exactly what my objections are, you'll just have to guess. But be
> sure of one thing, you won't see me doing it.
> OK let's move on to a diversion; hey look over there, it's an electric
> cooled pony harness...with fuel injection!
> Back under the rock now.
> Brian Baylis
> Again, I'm not letting on where I live. Maybe I'll join Richie at the