Re: [CR] Anyone know of "Stinsmen" bicycyles? a tandem coming to my vintage ride

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Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 06:41:25 +1000 (EST)
From: "David Benson" <>
Subject: Re: [CR] Anyone know of "Stinsmen" bicycyles? a tandem coming to my vintage ride
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Stinsmen was based near Allentown, Pennsylvania. I think he also built frames branded Veloce- I saw a few of these raced at T-Town in the early 90s.. I recall seeing a Stinsmen tandem with Dura-Ace AX brakes at Bikeline in Allentown, maybe 1991.

Stinsmen was also featured in a Bicycling magazine article on American framebuilders, maybe around 1977-78.

David Benson Auckland, NZ

Daniel Artley <> wrote: Someone is bringing a Stinsmen custom tandem to my vintage ride on the 16th. Its supposed to be a short wheelbase tandem w/ track ends and a hanger. Standard hubs/rims with extra spokes added at 90 degrees to help out the single bike rims. Haven't seen it yet, but it sounds interesting. Does anyone know of this American builder?

Dan Artley in Parkton, MD

ps: tentative list of people and bikes coming:

Dave Shook, Fredericksburg, Va.

Jim and Ellen Sheridan, and son Ethan, Ibis Scorcher, DeBernardi track and friend Gordon Walsh riding fixed. A doctor friend of Ellen's too. Baltimore

Peter Kohler, 1980 TI Raleigh Team Pro even if she has a 13-19 straight block freewheel! Washington DC

Ed Granger, Lancaster, Pa.

John Barry, Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Pete Geurds" Douglassville, Pa.

w/ Mike Rawlings

Harvey Sachs, mcLean VA

Ken and Ben Sanford,, Kensington, MD and Falls Church Va.

Paul Raley, Jack Taylor Supertourist (for sale?) Leonardtown MD

Joanne Crowell, and Mailyn Jolly, Custom Stinsmen Tandem, Bruni Singles Baltimore

Gary Brandon? John Hollands, York Co. PA

Tom Adams (for sure) and wife Christine? Shrewsbury NJ

Richard Borneman w/ blue Paramount Track from Westminster Swap rsborno@msn .com

Wayne Bingham, Lovettsville, Va

Paul and Rita Lee, Huntington, NY

John Gorham, (tentative) Quickbeam MD?


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