Re: [CR]When is a Derosa not a Derosa?

(Example: Framebuilders:Rene Herse)

Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 19:01:15 -0700 (PDT)
From: "David Feldman" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]When is a Derosa not a Derosa?
In-Reply-To: <>

An aquaintaince of mine used to have one of those bikes. He called it the work of "Wayne De Rosa" of Las Vegas, who built frames between lounge gigs. It was a club-racer level bike, Columbus Aelle and various and sundry Ofmega/Universal/Campy Triomphe
David Feldman
Vancouver, WA

--- wrote:

> More on the Derosa on ebay at the above link. Here
> is what the seller has
> posted to explain the Naples comment. Lou Deeter,
> Orlando FL
> "For those following the questions, the answer to
> this question was not
> posted. The question was that De Rosa's are not
> made in Naples. Correct, but an
> Uncle of the Mass Manufacturer also named De Rossa
> still makes bikes by hand
> and lives outside Naples. His bike symbol is a bike
> wheel, Not whatever the
> mass manufacturer has as a symbol.
> So technically this is not a De Rossa but it is a De
> Rossa made by Uncle ?? "
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