[CR]Re: Robert Millar


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From: Bob Reid <robertrreid@tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 00:55:34 +0000
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Subject: [CR]Re: Robert Millar

Professional to Peugeot from ACBB in 1980 Peugeot / Esso / Michelin (80/81) Peugeot/ Shell / Michelin 82-85) *** beyond end of the CT time period **** till Panasonic /Merckx in 86

The answer is - oh not again - a chequerboard, then black Peugeot PY something or other...vaguely remember it being distinctly vitus like. Best result in the ttour (4th in the GC and KoM) came in 84'

Britains most successful stage rider, Scottish of course, sadly now a recluse from the whole cycling scene.

Bob Reid Stonehaven Scotland

On 2 Aug 2005, at 22:51, Forbes Bagatelle-Black wrote:
> "Dale,
>
> In the future? You need to include your first and
> LAST name and the
> city and state you reside in. Your cooperation would
> be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Chuck Schmidt
> South Pasadena, CA, USA"
>
> It's good to be king...
>
> King of the Mountains that is!! Does anyone remember
> what bicycle Robert Millar rode to his stunning
> victories in the early 80s, a time period highly
> on-topic for this list?
>
> Relevantly Yours,
>
> J. Forbes Bagatelle-Black
> Santa Clarita, CA
>
> PS: Guess I'll take my questions about filament
> length in the carbon weave of Lance's Trek to another
> group... ;)
>
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