Just a follow up on my last post here (April 29, see below)
I got a picture of my bike "in progress" it is almost a bike
I will post some more pictures when the bike is painted and built up..
Arie Litman Sunnyvale Ca.
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Arie Litman Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 14:09 To: email@example.com Subject: [CR]New member intro - hello!
I joined this list today after reading archive for a while, and I think I'm in the right place.
I am riding bikes all my life (well, with a 30 years gap in the middle) but riding on lightweights I only started only 4 years ago. today I am riding a '01 Giant OCR-1 which is an aluminum (gasp!) bike. But before you tell me to go away, please read on.
This past Easter I met (through a common friend) Albert Eisentraut and we had a chance to socialize and talk about everything including bikes. make a long story short, a week later I was at his shop being measured for a new Eisentraut bike. He measured me, and my current bike, and watched me ride it, and interviewed me about my riding habits, and then told be to go away and come back in two and a half months.
Albert will make the frame, paint it (Solid Yellow), and build it for me with Campagnolo Centaur 10s (Gray)... I am so excited, I could wet my pants.. Albert promised he'll take pictures of the frame as it is being built, and I will work with him to build up the bike once the paint is cured..
As I get the pictures I will post those here... Man! I can't wait!..