Hey Thanks Amir !
I was thinking about the obvious potential for an Azuki - Adzuki connection !
Still laughing over the thought of ,
Adzuki , Adzuki , Adzuki . . . Humus !!!!!!
Marysville Kansas U.S.A.
> Azuki bikes were bean paste back then ... so they're bean paste today ...
> Where's Dennis Young when we need him most?
> Amir Avitzur
> in chick pea paste eating Ramat-Gan
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "ADP" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2004 12:48 AM
> Subject: [CR]Azuki... Azuki... Azuki
> > (chanting) buy it Skip, buy it!
> > Skip Sinatra says:
> > >Wowee kazowee......an Azuki!!!
> > >
> > >Skip Sinatra, wondering whether to enhance the Azuki collection
> > >Frog level VA
> > Yup! Straight from Japan, via Louisville Cycle and Hobby.
> > As bottom feeder material with cache goes, this Azuki has loads. I'd think
> > you'd give Harvey's 531 Sears bike a real run for it's money at Cirque 05.
> > A customer came in with an Azuki women's bike about a year ago and I
> > convinced her not to sell it, but instead replace the rotted tires and get
> > a tune up, a better seat and ride the silly thing. She did and liked it a
> > lot. Normally I won't recommend that someone put more money into a lower
> > end bike boom bike than it is worth, but her Azuki was in pretty good
> > shape, it fit her and she liked that it wasn't a clone Trek hybrid.
> > Ann Phillips, Decatur GA