Re: [CR]per


To: aphillips9@mindspring.com
Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 22:54:27 -0400
Subject: Re: [CR]per
From: Richard M Sachs <richardsachs@juno.com>
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

snipped: "Ok, first of all - if your closet is getting crowded, I'm happy to help by supplying my personal fed ex number Richard..."

i'll be out of it soon. e-RICHIE aka Richard M Sachs chester, ct

On Mon, 10 May 2004 22:48:15 -0400 ADP <aphillips9@mindspring.com> writes: hoo boy, I detect a can of worms being opened
>e-RICHIE wrote:
> > the new stuff is fine. the old stuff is pretty.

Steven Maasland says:
>This is precisely why I think that long-term, the cambio corsa,
>paris-roubaix and C-Record will always remain collectible, whereas the
>Nuovo Record and Super Record will eventually lose a lot of their appeal
>once our generation stops trying to relive their youth, buying up things
>they couldn't have as youngsters.
>Steven Maasland
>Moorestown, NJ

e-Richie (and who is that gang? - I'm getting worried about the neighborhood in Chester) responds:
>this better not happen until i purge the contents of my closet.
>e-RICHIE
>chester, ct

Ok, first of all - if your closet is getting crowded, I'm happy to help by supplying my personal fed ex number Richard...

Secondly, if Campagnolo ever really gets electronic shifting off the ground and it becomes an industry standard (do we get electronic pedaling in the

hills then?) I wonder if 5 speed, downtube friction shifting will be as much of an arcane mystery to those future cyclists as the old cambio and paris roubaix systems are to many people now?

Ann Phillips, Decatur GA