RE: [CR]JPR Seatpost story


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From: Mark Bulgier <mark@bulgier.net>
To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: RE: [CR]JPR Seatpost story
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 19:26:22 -0700


Atax also made a plastic seatpost (early 80's I think) that was _very_ flexible - disconcerting to some, comfortable to others.

Mark Bulgier Seattle, Wa USA
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> Subject: [CR]JPR Seatpost story
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>
> Well, this was the first attempt at a suspension seatpost
> Mine was like hard rubber, but I may be confusing it with the 'ANPI'
> fdistributed by Mel Pinto Imports in the 70's
>
> While traveling through Rock Creek park one day on a tandem
> with an employee,
> I looked back after hitting a small lump in the road to check on her.
> I asked why she was standing??!!
> Well, I looked back a little farther and saw the seat and
> part of the post .

>

> Larry Black