Re: [CR]baaad bike links, Was Re: flash & unusual Campagnolo seatpost

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Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 11:11:29 -0700
From: "Kurt Sperry" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]baaad bike links, Was Re: flash & unusual Campagnolo seatpost
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I obviously wrote my admittedly rather truculant little mail before I saw BK post the corrected link. Sorry.

The cross section of the upper portion seems more squared off than any C-Record post I can recall. Interesting. If it were unpantographed, it might be valuable.

Kurt Sperry in,
Bellingham WA

----- Original Message -----
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 13:53:05 -0400
Subject: Re: [CR]baaad bike links, Was Re: flash & unusual Campagnolo seatpost

In a message dated 8/24/2004 8:11:59 AM PST, writes: It's simple .... Ben accidentally supplied an incorrect link to an Ebay auction, with the intent of instilling a bit of humor (which seems to have failed with some) ... and he then sent a corrected link which worked fine. In case you missed the point of his post, with great worry over the horrors and injustice of a bad link, here it is the good one:<blah =STRK:MEWA:IT> ...and if that doesn't work for some reason, try Ebay item #3695408313. Ciao, Mark Agree Southfield MI ~ ~ ~ Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 23:53:00 -0700 From: Kurt Sperry Subject: Re: [CR]flash & unusual Campagnolo seatpost

Agreed. Worthless link. What kind of forum not only won't allow one to view a page without registering but will also spam you with popups? Why not just describe what it is and post a link to a photo (hint: URL ends in .jpg) and save us all the bother? Kurt Sperry Bellingham WA

On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 10:52:39 -0400, Louis Schulman wrote:

Speaking for myself, I would appreciate a warning in e-mails with links that the linked page requires some sort of registration to be viewed, and in addition will be the source of unsolicited pop-ups. All I got for clicking the linked page was a bunch of useless pop-ups.
> Louis Schulman
> Tampa, Florida
> Hey all,
> If you are an heir to a baby formula fortune you just gotta have this crazy cool
> Campagnolo Regisella ...
> neat huh?
> ciao,
> ben "heir to dreams & debt" kamenjas
> Sydney, Oz ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Folks, I would like to push aside the bad link issue, funky URL, popups etc. and take a gander at that SR Seatpost a little bit further. Note that it appears to be just an "aero" C-record seat-post with fancy pantographing that came in a SR box. Au contraire. I have seen this type before. While i am not exactly sure when C-record showed-up, (perhaps 86), I first saw this SR seatpost appear in 1984. Obviously from the ebay posting, it appeared on Gerber bikes. I have also seen it on top-end Colnago and Bianchi, 1984 models, with the rest of the bike being "standard" SR. However, the only thing I find "super-record" about it, is the seat cluster, and that it was made by Campy. Have others seen this "SR" seatpost before and perhaps know a better
history of it?
Dave Anderson
Cut Bank MT