Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> > Joe Bender-Zanoni wrote:
> > > I really do owe Ken an apology here, as to any implication that "claims
> > > all original finish" might mean the bike is not in its original finish.
> > > Just wondering out loud based on my limited experience of seeing maybe
> > > only a dozen or so Cinelli's before 1970. Wondering out loud is not
> > > always such a good idea, it can come off as quite rude.
> > EBay auction #7185664186
> > I was reading the auction description and was struck by the claim, "This
> > stunning cycle can easily win Best of Show at any seriously judged
> > event. From the BellaBici collection of Ken Denny."
> > Just for fun I decided to look at the photos of the Cinelli as if I was
> > judging the bike for the Velo Rendezvous show coming up in two weeks.
> > Looked very nice until I saw this photo:
> > http://images.prosperpoint.com/
> > Burst out laughing! Anyone else spot the amateur mistake in this photo?
> We have a winner! David Benson in Australia correctly identified the
> amateur mistake within 5 min of my posting!!!
> Anyone else come up with the answer?
Kevin Kruger of Grantville, PA correctly identified the amateur mistake in 6 minutes. David Bilenkey of Ottawa, Canada got it in 13 minutes. Scott Peterson of Bend, OR got it in 16 minutes. e-RICHIE got the answer in 16 minutes too. David Patrick of Chelsea, Michigan had a near miss. John Pergolizzi of Brooklyn, NY got it in 32 minutes. Yeah, the toestrap is threaded through the pedal bass-ackwards.
You guys is SHARP! (Find a cure for dysflexia NOW!!!)
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California