Speaking of Rivendell, I recently vistied their web site for the first time in a while and didn't see a word about the Rivendell road frmaes. Have they given up making these altogether?
> Wow,there are wso many forgotten american bikes!
> I thought I'd need a small trailer to bring a representative sample of the
> wayside machines
> Sure, there are dozens of boutique bikes like the Bruce Gordon, Cecil
> Behringer, Albert Eisentraut, Strawberry, McLean, Silk hope, and ALL the
> hundreds like them, but the Trek and things like the Specialized Tesch, the
> Redcay and Kellogg Rosses, the way early Tom Ritchey, and other bikes with a
> context and twist are the ones that interest me the most, along with the
> history of fat aluminum from Bullseye, Klein, Hi-E, Trek, Cannondale make the
> intetesting assortment in my opinion.
> Also, even though I am an Atlantis dealer, I've been doing a head scratch
> since seeing Rivendell in there since lately the CR association chatter
> started mentioning ages and times of manufacture.
> Personally, I find in my quirky affections the older C. Itoh and Jupiter
> Prince bikes more interesting artifacts relating to Grant Peterson.
> Neat guy, hope he makes it.
> Larry Black
> Mt Airy, Md.