Re: [CR]Bottle cage clamps


Example: Production Builders:Cinelli

Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 20:36:12 -0700
To: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
From: Joseph Bender-Zanoni <jfbender@umich.edu>
Subject: Re: [CR]Bottle cage clamps
In-Reply-To: <3B67183D.B5133ED6@mail.volvo.com>
References: <3B6713CE.A2733635@duke.usask.ca>


Up to a few years ago at least Blackburn made nice stainless steel clamps. Just used a package last night with an old TA cage on the Mirella. I bought some new TA cages last week. They are steel with some plastic parts but only work with bosses.

Joe

At 04:42 PM 7/31/01 -0400, Chris Beyer wrote:
>Ron, et al.:
>
>My preference, if you can find them, is the handlebar-mount TA cages.
>They're pretty (the Nitto Touring cage is a TA clone), and you don't have
>to worry about scarring the paint when the cage is clamped to the bar. I
>also find the location more convenient.
>
>BTW, I have a couple NOS TA cages sans clamps, if anyone knows of a
>better-looking clamp than an automotive heater hose worm clamp. The TA
>clamps appear rarely on eBay, and sell for more than I paid for the cages!
>
>Chris Beyer
>Bloomfield, NJ
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~`
>Ron Cooley wrote:
>
>> Classicists:
>>
>> What's the preferred cage clamp for frames without braze ons? I'm
>> using some unbearably ugly chrome steel things on my Falcon. Is there
>> something nice looking that's also period correct (or at least in the
>> vintage spirit)?

>>

>> Ron