Re: [CR]Very cool track bike

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From: "davebohm" <>
To: "Ken Wallace" <>, "Bill Bryant" <>, <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Very cool track bike
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 12:42:52 -0700

Respectfully, I want to remind everyone that there are a number of American framebuilders who could make such a bike, with classic lugs, fork crowns and drop-outs. No need to go out of country for something like this. Buy American! (we could use the money)


David Bohm Bohemian Bicycles Tucson Az (my sentiments exactly on the temp) ----- Original Message ----- From: Ken Wallace To: Bill Bryant ; Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 11:13 PM Subject: Re: [CR]Very cool track bike

For those of us going to the Vegas show, we will get a chance to see this bike. I tried to buy it but was 3rd in line, and Dario Pegoretti doesn't want to sell anyway becuse of the grouppo. Ken Wallace Phoenix, AZ (93 for a high today, so life is starting to look up) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bill Bryant" <> To: <> Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 10:10 AM Subject: [CR]Very cool track bike

> On the VeloNews website they had a report from the Milan trade show about > what's new in cycling. Amongst the myriad carbon fiber bike frames and > parts, low and behold is a very nice *new* lugged track bike from Pegoretti. > It has NOS Campi parts from the 1970s to go with its stamped lugs and > double-plate fork crown. > > Nice description and photo at: > > > > Nice to see someone in Italy still cares in the age of plastic. > > Bill Bryant > Santa Cruz, CA > > _______________________________________________ > Classicrendezvous mailing list > >

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