Re: [CR] Time(line)ly Considerations

(Example: Framebuilders:Brian Baylis)

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Date: Wed, 22 Dec 2004 11:51:43 -0800 (PST)
From: "sam lingo" <>
Subject: Re: [CR] Time(line)ly Considerations
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Jerome & Elizabeth Moos <> wrote: Well, of course Dale isn't quite the tyrant some of this might make him sound. wrote: Hi Ted: Not sure exactly what you're looking to do, but CR isn't a Democracy, or even a Constitutional Republic or a Right-Wing Theocracy. we don't have sub-committees or blue-ribbon panels that make recommendations to any august body of decision-makers. ;-) Dale has spoken on this subject repeatedly - it is his decision, and his decision alone. Ted wrote: "Grow Or Die"?

I would like your thoughts and comments about having a sliding scale of age vs. style or construction of bicycles.

I think that part of the question has been answered.

ted wrote:

IMHO the flame must be carried from generation to generation, and the mechanism should be put into place. Today's younger people, collector's of tomorrow,

The second part of a Mechanism for getting others interested--the grow or die part is simple: Do something and Have Fun doing it.Events like Cirque and VeloRendezuous--classic rides etc are good examples.If your having fun others will join you.That's about as simple as it gets.But even amoung members of this list different groups exsist and are interested only in their era of bikes.But again events like The All British Cycling Event or the Lake Pipin 3-speed Tour bring the fun of Brit club bike--hub gears and slow touring to the attention of others.Even list member Jerry Moos is finding how much fun finding 50s brit parts can be!(couldn't resist that one)So set your sites on an event for next year and have Fun,Marry Christmas ya'll

sam lingo,pleasanton tx

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