RE: Jacl Taylor update needed. =?ISO-8859-1?B?oFdhczogUmU6IFtDUl1XVEI6IE1hdmljIE1vZCBFIDI3IiBSaW0=?=


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Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 18:58:14 -0400
From: raleypc@netscape.net
To: thomasthomasa@yahoo.com (Thomas Adams), classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: RE: Jacl Taylor update needed. =?ISO-8859-1?B?oFdhczogUmU6IFtDUl1XVEI6IE1hdmljIE1vZCBFIDI3IiBSaW0=?=


The Jack Taylor suffered a bent fork, handlebar, and rear wheel. I have a separated shoulder and a fair dose of road rash. I think the bike and I flew/rolled/bounced about 50 yards on the asphalt then the grass shoulder. Nothing like have the guy in front of you go down in a paceline at 34 mph!

The frame/fork are currently under the capable care of Dr. Weigle. I am hoping for a complete recovery. This was a '76 Tour of Britain model that I had only recently obtained. What a rider (it was)!

I plan be back on a bike by the Cirque (hoping my orthopedist doesn't read this).

Thanks for asking! Paul Raley Grumpy in Leonardtown MD

Thomas Adams <thomasthomasa@yahoo.com> wrote:
>How's the Jack Taylor?  Oh, and how are you, too?  
>  
>  Tom Adams, Shrewsbury NJ
>
>raleypc@netscape.net wrote:
>  Hi Folks,
>
>I am looking for a 27" Mavic Mod E 36 hole rim to replace one that was pretzeled in a recent nasty crash on my Jack Taylor ToB (sob!). I could use a pair of 40 or 42 cm wide old logo Cinelli 63/66 handlebars too. Anyone have a spare to sell?
>
>Thanks!
>Paul Raley
>Off the bike for few more weeks in Leonardtown MD