Re: [CR]Now: Wood clinchers Was: wood rim brake shoes


Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 22:23:41 -0400
From: jamie swan <jswan@optonline.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]Now: Wood clinchers Was: wood rim brake shoes
To: Fusejima Kenji <QYP02710@nifty.com>
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Hello Fusejima,

Thank you for posting those links. They are very interesting. I wish I could read them. Is the second one a translated version of an Italian web site?

Thank you, Jamie Swan - Northport, New York

Fusejima Kenji wrote:
> Hello:
>
> I searched out certain Japanese site written about Wooden rims (includes
> clinchers).
> http://homepage.mac.com/woodbike/kinopio/
> http://homepage.mac.com/woodbike/kinopio/wooden_rims.html
>
> This is the site by certain Japanese craftman who create wooden bike. He
> can not make wooden rims, so, rims are made by Italian maestro Giovanni
> Cermenati near Madonna del Gizallo.
>
> We maybe can buy wooden rims from them (Italian maestro or Japanese
> craftman). You maybe can contact Japanese man in English language via his
> site if you want.
>
> Kenji Fusejima
> Yokohama Japan
>
> At 0:52 PM -0700 03.6.24, Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> >Martin Needleman wrote:
> >>
> >(cut)
> >> ...and, finally, a surprise (to me at least) "WOOD CLINCHER - G. & J.
> >> wood clincher rim, 28x1-1/2". 36 hole, aluminum finish only."
> >
> >Some of the replica Pedersens I saw at the '95 Milan trade show had wood
> >clinchers (clear finish not aluminum finish) that were made in Italy.
> >The person at the booth said that they could supply any type of wood rim
> >I wanted (and in very small numbers too).
> >
> >Chuck Schmidt

> >L.A.

> >

> >.