You make a good point. I think CCM is overlooked by us "young" folks because of the spotty later period of the brand. In the early 70s when I was a tike, the worst bikes you could imagine carried the CCM marque. I'm sure Mike Barry has much fonder feelings of them from the period before my time. I know he has several in his collection.
Grant McLean(tm) Toronto.Ca
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Surely any list of Canadian builders of note should include C.C.M. and William "Doc" Morton whose frames were the first choice of numerous track stars in North America. I thought Doc Morton use to incorporate the riders initials on the fork crown?
Best wishes and be lucky. Michael Butler Huntingdon UK.