Send me a Flying Scot. I'd love to see one and take her out for a spin. I'll take anything between 19 1/2" c-t to 21" c-t. You can even just send the frame, I'll stick the parts on it. I'm not picky about the color, but I've got a lot of blue bikes, so maybe something in a nice traditional BRG. My address is shown below, when should I start checking my post?
Brian Baylis 3920 Quarry Rd. La Mesa, CA 91941 USA
> When the fighting starts, I'll be in your corner. If only our friends across the pond could experience a real bike like the Flying Scot, you'd never hear any more talk of Masis.
> I hear, though, that being of Italian origin, the Masi is very fast when going backwards...:)
> > From: "Russell Mowat" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > 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
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