Re: [CR]RE: Early Alloy Cranks


Example: Framebuilding:Restoration

Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 11:16:58 +0200
From: Oscar Casander <oscar@oscarcasander.nl>
Subject: Re: [CR]RE: Early Alloy Cranks
In-reply-to: <BCC44E18.39D9%gotfleas@earthlink.net>
To: BB <gotfleas@earthlink.net>, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


I believe these are made by Weinmann. I have a similar crankset on my early 50's Gnome et Rhone. There is no brand name or other markings on them, but I once found chainwheels of the same type wrapped in Weinmann paper.

Oscar Casander Arnhem, Holland
> From: BB <gotfleas@earthlink.net>
> Date: Sun, 09 May 2004 21:07:36 -0700
> To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
> Subject: [CR]RE: Early Alloy Cranks
>
> The crank in my photos must pre-date the introduction of the TA 'cotterless'
> cottered cranks, but it is the only truly cottered alloy crank I have seen.
> Surely there must have been others. If so, who and who is the maker of this
> crank??
>
> Bryant Bainbridge
> Portland, Orygun