Re: [CR]Atlanta Bike Show Details


From: "First Flight Bicycles" <jeff@firstflightbikes.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Atlanta Bike Show Details
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 07:32:18 -0500


I will be at the Atlanta show this weekend. I have been to 5 or 6 of Buck's shows and there has always been something of interest. It has been primarily focused on balloon and Stingray stuff but there is usually some lightweight goodies. I know that I have picked up a Teledyne, Vista Dura Ace AX, Graftek and pre-war Schwinn New World track bike in previous years. It is very time consuming and usually money-losing to put on a show so we need to get behind the folks that do it.

I probably won't be bringing much lightweight stuff but will be happy to deliver anything from the web site (URL below) to Atlanta. Hope to see you there. Jeff Archer First Flight Bicycles 216 S. Center St. Statesville, NC 28677 704.878.9683 jeff@firstflightbikes.com http://www.firstflightbikes.com Always looking for vintage mountain bikes/parts/literature


----- Original Message -----
From: "Buck Peacock"
To:
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 1:31 PM
Subject: [CR]Atlanta Bike Show Details



> Atlanta / Southlands Antique and Classic Bicycle Show and Swap
> Marietta National Guard Armory / Marietta, GA
> Saturday, March 29 & Sunday March 30, 2003
>
> The Marietta National Guard Armory is at 631 N. Marietta Parkway in
> Marietta, GA. Take exit 265 off of I-75 north of Atlanta, go west and
> follow the signs. The meet itself will get under way at 3:00PM Saturday
> afternoon and will go until 8:00PM that night. Sunday's hours are 8:00AM
> until 3:00PM. We ask for a $3.00 donation at the door to benefit the
> Marietta Lions Club "Lighthouse for the Blind" project.
>
> For Details, call Wayne Sanders at (770) 973-8330 or Buck Peacock at (404)
> 252-3432. Or Check online at:
> http://www.oldbike.com. Click on the "Classic Bike Show" button.
>
> This show has always been strong on balloon tired bikes and has evolved to
> include a lot of Sting Ray era bikes. The past few years, we have gotten a
> smattering of vintage lightweights and are trying to build this part of
the

> show. Come on out!

>

> Buck