RE: [CR]Pic of the Day - Ted Ernst at the 1957 Chicago 6-Day

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From: "David Bilenkey" <>
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Subject: RE: [CR]Pic of the Day - Ted Ernst at the 1957 Chicago 6-Day
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 23:29:43 -0500
Organization: Bilenkey Industrial Design
In-Reply-To: <002e01c61660$5760a1e0$d014fbd1@Newhouse>

Nice pic!

What I want to know (besides the banking angle) is what Ted's front rim is. All the other rims in the pics are shiny, but Ted's front is dull. Why? Also his hubs seem different from the standard large flange hubs that can be seen on the other bikes. Are they something special?

And lastly, how'd Ted come to need the bandage on the inside of his left thigh?

David -- David Bilenkey Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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> Subject: [CR]Pic of the Day - Ted Ernst at the 1957 Chicago 6-Day
> Pic of the Day
> 11 January, 2005
> Ted Ernst at the 1957 Chicago 6
> Action from the 1957 Chicago 6-Day. From left to right: World Sprint
> Champion John Tressider of Australia (#4), Dutchman Peter Post (#12),
> our own Ted Ernst (#14), and Emile Gosselin of Belgium (#22).
> Note how
> Ted is gloving the wheel to slow into position after having
> lapped the
> field. Ted would go on to place 2nd overall with teammate Irv Peser,
> behind Post and teammate Harm Smits. Picture kindly provided by Ted
> Ernst.
> (click on pic for larger image)
> Aldo Ross
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