Re: [CR]British and French Group

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Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 07:21:13 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]British and French Group

Thanks Bob and Bruce for clarifying the intent of this group. I don't think the CR list is going to lose any members. I for one am not going anywhere. I'm sure I can handle the few more emails that come along. No one seemed to mind there being a Raleigh or PX-10 database. Wouldn't a database for other French and British bikes be better? There is potential for a huge amount of info. If this becomes anything like the "Flying Scots" website it can only be good!

Pete Geurds Douglassville, PA

In a message dated 5/22/2002 5:00:45 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

> Before anyone blows a gasket over the British & French group, can I perhaps
> reiterate and add to what Bruce said yesterday in respect of the above
> group
> ;
> - It is not another CR like bike "discussion" list.
> - It is a website
> - It is devoted entirely to words,pictures, ephemera etc. relating to the
> bicycles from British & French manufacturers, small and large from any era
> up to present day.
> - The information on it will come from a group of people, many of whom are
> currently members of the CR list.
> - What group mailing will happen, will be to those people who have shown
> interest and will relate to additions and changes to the website.
> - Dale is more than welcome to link to anything we have (as happens at
> present with other websites) for the benefit of the CR group / website.
> - No one needs to read anything into any of this.
> Those are the facts, what more can we say ?
> Thank you for listening.


> Bob Reid

> Stonehaven

> Scotland