Re: [CR]worst names? never mind just bikes ...


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From: <ABikie@aol.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 00:28:57 EST
Subject: Re: [CR]worst names? never mind just bikes ...
To: MohanG@aol.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


Blackburn changed the name of it's first hydration system because, although it was the most literal name for a way to carry something wet on your back, it just didn't go over as anywhere close to PC

We sold the Centurion Clic bike but soon the lady's model went over like a lead balloon

And, imagine Miks Schwering (of Georgetown cycle sport) trying to keep a straight face when we received the first batch of Tease bicycles. Tay-AH-Say is what we had to learn to keep a straighter face

Larry Black Mt airy, Md

In a message dated 2/14/2004 12:04:34 AM Eastern Standard Time, MohanG@aol.com writes:

How about CIOCC, or CHOKE?

Still, Gippieme can never approach the absurdity of the Chevrolet Nova, which, when translated to Spanish means: DOESN'T GO. Congratulations to GM
for
truth in advertizing.