Re: [CR]dc


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From: <ABikie@aol.com>
Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2003 17:47:28 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]dc
To: mowalsh@erols.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


In a message dated 7/24/2003 10:49:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time, mowalsh@erols.com writes:
>
>
> Hi Sarah and CR listees,
> The BICYLE RELATED "must see" in the Washington D.C. metro area, would of
> course
> be the Smithsonian Museum, on the Mall in Washington D.C.
> Next I would say Larry Black's "College Park Bicycles" shop.
> Maybe a call to Mr. Mel Pinto of Mel Pinto Imports in Falls Church, VA. He
> also
> owns the "PRO SHOP" in "GEORGETOWN",Washington D.C. a high end shop.
> The Smithsonian and Larry shop are within walking distance from the subway
> called "METRO".
> Larry's College Park shop might be about 3/4 to a mile walk though.
> Bicycles are allowed on the Metro during certain hours.
> Yours truly,
> Martin Walsh in Vienna,Va. (the 'burbs)
>
> Old Town Cyclery wrote:
>
> >greetings one and all
> >headed to dc for a few days next week and wondered if there was any bicycle
> >related must see?
> >the el torreon swap, that fellow cr member calvert guthrie coordinates,
> will
> >be here in kc this wkend. a good one if yr in the area.
> >peace
> >sarah g

Thanks, Marty (by the way, we are on top o' the TIME issue- more in a private E) for the mention too bad we can't take Sarah to the northern branches as well I offered her a bike to borrow (and even a car toi use but it's up north in Mt Airy) so she can get arounbd the area- the College Park Airport is neat- a coupl;e of old bikes in there in the Wright display- and she can zoom up to Proteus too to see Jill. and the few oldies she has there too.

Larry Black
Mt airy, College Park, Md