Check the new site, It is no longer produced nor sponsored by Chuck Schmidt.
At 01:05 AM 7/3/2001, Chuck Schmidt wrote:
>Scott, it's great that you posted some pictures of the ride.
>One small correction however:
>The Rose Bowl vintage ride is not "A Chuck Schmidt Production" as stated
>on your website, nor is it "sponsored by Chuck Schmidt."
>To avoid the issue of law suits, the ride follows a natural bicycle
>route in the San Gabriel Valley called the "Santa Anita Loop" by the
>locals and meets at a mutally agreed upon time and place. The ride does
>not have any sponsors. Indeed, the ride actually has no leader and no
>need for one since the locals already know the route. There are also no
>route sheets for the same reason. I make no claims that the ride is my
>"production" though I do think that it is a great idea to get together
>for a nice, easy paced, "social" ride with other vintage lightweight
>bicycle collectors in Southern California once a month.
>Glad you enjoyed the ride Scott and I hope you can attend the rides in
>South Pasadena, Southern California
>http://www.velo-retro.com (reprints, t-shirts and timeline)
>Scott Goldstein wrote:
> > I took some pictures at the monthly Rose Bowl ride sponsored by Chuck
> > Schmidt. For those interested goto:
> > http://www.goldsteinproductions.com/Rosebowl/frame1.htm
> > A splendid time was had by all.
> > Thanks Chuck
> > And don't forget the weekly track ride at the Encino Velodrome Wednesday
> > nights (not July 4th) at 5:30- 8pm
> > cheers
> > scott