Re: [CR] Jacques Schultz - Paris Galibier


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Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2006 19:57:49 -0800
To: Michael Butler <pariscycles@yahoo.co.uk>, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
From: Jan Heine <heine93@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: [CR] Jacques Schultz - Paris Galibier


Our book "The Golden Age of Handbuilt Bicycles" shows a 1935 Schulz in several color photos. The latest VBQ also has a review of the Schulz Funiculo derailleur.

The Schulz did not have the twin top tubes that Rentsch seems to have felt necessary to make his Galibier look a bit more conventional. Oh, and in VBQ Vol. 4, No. 1, there was a Schulz ad reproduced.

Jan Heine, Seattle Editor/Publisher Vintage Bicycle Quarterly c/o Il Vecchio Bicycles 140 Lakeside Ave, Ste. C Seattle WA 98122 http://www.vintagebicyclepress.com


>I wish to place an appeal to all the CR list members.
>Has anyone got any information on the French bicycle
>maker Jacques Schultz?
>He exhibited regularly at the Paris Salon. In 1935 he
>had a frame very similar to the Paris Galibier at the
>show.
>This was the same year that Harry (Spanner) Rensch
>went to the exhibition. This bike gave him the
>inspiration for his subsequent Galibier design and
>welded construction techniques.
>Please has anyone got anything on this subject they
>are willing to share.
>Sure we would all like to know about these two very
>influential makers.
>Cheers Mick.
>
>Thats all for now. Keep those wheels spinning, in your memories if
>not still on the road. Be lucky Mick Butler Huntingdon UK.
>

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