Re: [CR]Baylis for sale at BikeCult

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Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 22:08:13 -0700 (PDT)
From: "David Feldman" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Baylis for sale at BikeCult
To: "" <>,
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Mr B, you are one of the all time champs of seatstay-cap shaping! Speaking of Gil Hatton, he made a custom seatpost and stem which allowed Bill Walton to fit on a tiny (for him!) 25" Falcon. Wonder if that'll show up at a San Diego swap meet some day. David Feldman Vancouver, WA --- "" <> wrote:
> Listmembers,
> First, sorry my mailbox has been full all day.
> Someone sent a huge file to me which jammed my tiny
> mailbox. Remember that I have a steam powered
> computer. I recieve lots of photos to look at for
> all kinds of stuff. Please remember to send small
> files.
> Second, the Baylis frame, like Dave Perry mentioned
> was built for Gibby Hattons' father Gil. I was
> actually painted by Medici and those are the one and
> only set of decals I've ever sent to anyone. I never
> saw what Mike did with them so I didn't recognize
> the paint job. This is an authorized use of my
> decals. Everything else that I haven't painted
> personally is not. The bike was built for racing,
> especially criteriums and sprinting. I wouldn't mind
> having that one myself, since it's in my size range.
> Someone is going to get lucky.
> Any other questions anyone has, I will answer.
> Brian Baylis
> La Mesa, CA
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