<< Actually I think that Zeus and the Spanish bike industry was located in Andalusia (the Zeus factory was in the city of Abadiano), so there must be plenty of bikes available that what would fit the theme of Andalusian time trial, touring and track bikes.>>
Absolutely! Surely you folks remember Luis Buñuel 's film (collaborating with Salvador Dali) "Un Chein Andalou?" It is a MUST for Spanish surrealism buffs!
<< Un Chien Andalou was written over the course of three-day exchange of fantasies and dreams between Bunuel and Dali. Brunuel states " Our only rules very simple: no idea or image that might lend itself to a rational explanation of any kind would be accepted." >>
Slice of eyeball anyone?
To place all this in a vintage bicycle point of reference.. I need only to point to the appropriate CR web site page here:
Dale Brown Greensboro, NC USA
-----Original Message----- From: Chuck Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Sent: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 13:30:23 -0800 Subject: [CR]Cirque Theme and Andalusian time trial bikes
Dale Brown wrote:
> This is not an exclusive requirement, you can still bring that
> Andalusian time trial bike, but just an encouragement to bring the best
> that you have in that Theme category if you have one!
Mike Schmidt wrote:
> Lovin it. now to decide which Andalusian touring/ Randonneur bike to
> bring. Those Andalusian frames are quite rare y'know.
Actually I think that Zeus and the Spanish bike industry was located in Andalusia (the Zeus factory was in the city of Abadiano), so there must be plenty of bikes available that what would fit the theme of Andalusian time trial, touring and track bikes.
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena (near Alhambra), Southern California