There is someone I know who could tell us shed loads about vintage aluminium bikes, much of which might be quite fascinating.
However, he was dumped from the list some time ago and, understandably, says he's not too bothered about sharing his knowledge with us.
I think that's a pity because it would be great to hear how they made aluminium bikes decades ago and how they have stood the test of time.
Instead of conjecture, we might have some really useful evidence.
I don't suppose there's any chance he could be allowed back, is there?
Bruce "Free Ken with every aluminium bike" Robbins
> Hmmm. There are vintage aluminum bikes I think, but no (vintage or otherwise)
> bikes contracting Hoof in Mouth disease...
> But I do agree that the Aluminum topic has gone off the path ...I have
> deleted 98% percent of the Aluminum thread without reading it...
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