Re: [CR]Cirque Help?

Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 10:28:31 -0800 (PST)
From: Daniel Swords <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Cirque Help?
In-Reply-To: <>

Thanks to all who have taken the time to respond (both on and off the list). The information is very helpful and encouraging - but I have a lot of actions to accomplish to hope for any success. New Orleans is not yet a "bicycle town" to any great extent so organizing a bicycling sub-cult event may be a stretch.

New Orleans, LA

--- Chuck Schmidt wrote:

> Dale Brown wrote:


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\r?\n> > Display stands are the responsibility of the folks

\r?\n> bringing the bikes but I

\r?\n> > suggest you seek a sponsorship with a good area

\r?\n> bike shop for the event. Have

\r?\n> > them show you the options for bike display stands

\r?\n> (The Quality Bicycle

\r?\n> > Products catalog has at least two good choices..)


\r?\n> A local shop, Velo Pasadena, help me out by selling

\r?\n> me track-style bike

\r?\n> stands at their wholesale so that I could offer them

\r?\n> to attendees at $20

\r?\n> per. Attendees had to let me know before hand so

\r?\n> that there were not

\r?\n> any excess at the end of the event.


\r?\n> The track-style bike stands have a removable base

\r?\n> for storing and have a

\r?\n> vertical shaft with two plastic hooks that hold the

\r?\n> rear of the bike off

\r?\n> the ground by the left seat stay and left chain

\r?\n> stay. Actually work for

\r?\n> light maintenance on the bike too.


\r?\n> Chuck Schmidt

\r?\n> South Pasadena, Southern Califoria


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