Re: [CR]Raleigh Internationals Coming Into Their Own?

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Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 23:53:06 -0400
From: Joe Bender-Zanoni <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Raleigh Internationals Coming Into Their Own?
To: "P.C. Kohler" <>,
References: <018a01c4235a$0a0a1c00$a8cd8545@newtest> <007801c42368$62d34380$22e0fea9@man>

wow. Who wudda thunkit. But the secret to the price is the Weyless skewars! Just kidding.

I wonder who made more. Weyless or Pino.

Joe Bender-Zanoni Great Notch, NJ Descending from the Notch with another stack of loot (including much Chris Beyer stuff) to T-Town on Saturday. And then on to the Cirque.)

----- Original Message -----
From: "P.C. Kohler"
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 12:07 AM
Subject: [CR]Raleigh Internationals Coming Into Their Own?

> Well now... this has to be a record for a Raleigh International (c. 1974)
> $610 winning bid
> 27 bids
> sspagename=STRK%3AMEBWA%3AIT&rd=1
> How 'bout a "Bike Boom" theme for a Cirque.. all the common lightweights we
> seem to love to hate but hey that's what we mostly rode when got started..
> admit it! Raleigh Internationals, Super Courses, Schwinn Paramounts, Peugeot
> PX-10s and AO-8s, Gitane Tour De Frances. The triumph of the common man
> riding uncommonly uncomplicated, underappreciated underdogs.
> Peter Kohler, who had his first roadrace today on his PX-10e.. Champion du
> Monde vraiment
> Washington DC USA