Re: [CR]Copyright and Gios Medallians


Example: Framebuilders:Jack Taylor

From: HERSEFAN@comcast.net
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Copyright and Gios Medallians
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 21:41:36 +0000

Perhaps I am having a brain spasm, but I thought that EXCEL sports in Boulder has or had the fork medalians. They have all sorts of GIOS stuff. They are the exclusive GIOS distributor in the US I believe.

GIOS did a new run of the classic Super Record frame - or at least that is the intent, and I believe it has the fork things.

Mike Kone in Boulder CO
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> Original Message:
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> From: OROBOYZ@aol.com
> Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 15:11:33 EDT
> To: jack@shermangabus.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
> Subject: Re: [CR]Copyright
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> In a message dated 4/14/2004 1:40:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> jack@shermangabus.com writes:
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> <<
> I am working on a project recreating some older parts for a restoration
> (example: the medallions in the fork crown for the Gios Torino..I hit it
> dead on in stainless steel rather than plastic. >>
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> The bottom line seems to be that:
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> 1.) They won't like it.
> 2.) Do it below their radar and do not make $ on it and you will get away
> with it.
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> Dale Brown
> Greensboro, NC
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> I read somewhere you can get around some of the copyright issues if, for
> example, these were sold to members of the CR List. By definition, that's
> not the general public but a private membership organisation. It's hair
> splitting and arcane so it must be legal! eBay etc. may be a bit more risky.
>
> Those most organised of all cycle collectors, the Raleigh Chopper blokes,
> have gotten away with duplicating transfers (decals) for these machines
> including the Herons crest. Raleigh may have fired all of their workers but
> I am sure not their lawyers and no one seems to notice. Or care.
>
> Good luck with your project... I reproduced Raleigh handlebar grips
> recently. The jury is out if this is going to be a success... never a
> question of making money just not losing it. Or being stuck with 100 pairs
> of rubber grips.
>
> Peter Kohler
> Washington DC USA
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