Re: [CR]Baylis For sale At Bikecult.

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Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 05:31:52 GMT
Subject: Re: [CR]Baylis For sale At Bikecult.


You could ride that bike if you wanted to badly enough! Just saw off some of your leg to the proper length.

That is a rather attractive price. The repaint will cost about the same. I wonder who did the "unauthorized" paint job? Whoever it was probably didn't get the decals from me I don't think. Therefore the decals were "stolen" from me. How does this happen?? I suspect I know the answer, but I'm curious.

I wonder who the original owner is/was?

Brian Baylis La Mesa, CA A Baylis frame is not completely a Baylis frame without a Baylis paintjob!!

-- Joe Bender-Zanoni wrote:

That's a crazy low price!

Where the 56cm version?

Joe Bender-Zanoni
Great Notch, NJ

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 1:40 PM
Subject: [CR]Baylis For sale At Bikecult.

> Saw this Baylis for sale at Bikecult and thought I would pass it along to
> the list. If it were my size I think I would have been interested. I have
> no connection to the seller. Can be found at:
> R. Brian Baylis road bicycle $685.00 (c.1990-California) powder-blue with
> cream spongiform finish, 52cm x 53cm lugged steel frame, Shimano 105
> group with downtube shifters, very good condition.
> Mike Short,
> Austin TX
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