Re: [CR]Odd source for article on time-line valid bikes


Example: Framebuilders:Norman Taylor

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 16:17:17 -0700
Subject: Re: [CR]Odd source for article on time-line valid bikes
To: rhawks@lmi.net
From: Brandon Ives <brandon@ivycycles.com>
In-Reply-To: <1129761613.4356cb4d1dffa@webmail.lmi.net>
cc: classics rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>

I hope folks noticed the nice link to our own Sarah Gibson's shop Acme Bicycle Company under the "old production" link. Way to go with the stealth marketing Sarah. Let's give a shout out to all the funky little shops out there surviving on heart and Top Ramen. best, Brandon"monkeyman"Ives may start working in a funky little shop again in Vancouver, B.C.

On Wednesday, Oct 19, 2005, at 15:40 US/Pacific, rhawks@lmi.net wrote:
>
> http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,69254,00.html?tw=rss.TOP
>
> The article won't tell anyone anything they haven't read before,
> but I thought it worth remarking on the source for the article
> (wired magazine) and the content.
>
> Here is an excerpt:
>
> "There's something appealing about taking a step back from the
> technological
> breakthroughs that have shaken sports over the past 20 years, and to
> rediscover
> classic, time-tested designs. This bike -- a Colnago -- does that for
> me."
>
> His new to him bike is a 1983 Colnago.

>

> rob hawks

> richmond, ca