Re: [CR]Flying Scot picks up the American gauntlet


Example: Racing:Roger de Vlaeminck

Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 15:25:40 -0500 (EST)
From: Brandon Ives <monkey37@bluemarble.net>
To: brucerobbins@worldmailer.com
Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Flying Scot picks up the American gauntlet
In-Reply-To: <20010523200935.20887.cpmta@c009.snv.cp.net>


OK, at my apartment complex is a Flying Scot and it's an absolute department store bike. What's the story with these? It seems like a strange name to licence out to POS bikes? enjoy, Brandon"monkeyman"Ives

"Nobody can do everything, but if everybody did something everything would get done." Gil Scott-Heron

On 23 May 2001 brucerobbins@worldmailer.com wrote:
> Since I mentioned Flying Scots, I've had a few "challenges" from America asking if I could send samples of the marque ranging from one to a container load.
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> If I had a container load of Flying Scots, I'd be a very happy man indeed.
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> However, since Brian Baylis was serious in his request for me to send him a Flying Scot, I've agreed to hunt down a frame or bike and mail it to him.
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> What better man to give an honest, informed opinion of the Scottish Masi than Brian?
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> I know of a few bikes from the 50s and 60s that might be available at reasonable cost and, as soon as I reach agreement with Brian, one will be winging its way to the States.
>
> Flying Scot V Masi-let battle commence!
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> Bruce
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