RE: [CR]Andrew Hague Cycles

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Subject: RE: [CR]Andrew Hague Cycles
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Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 01:29:20 -0700
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Thread-Topic: [CR]Andrew Hague Cycles
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From: "Mark Bulgier" <>
To: "Nic Henderson" <>, <>


Nice work, thanks for sharing. I used to use A. Hague bits (in the late 70s), and your web page reminded me I have a 2-page black-and-white brochure from that era, describing their custom handlebar stem making system. I scanned it and you are welcome to add it to your website if you see fit.

Those above are about 600 x 800 pixels and a reasonably small quick download. I also put the full-size (300 dpi) scans up, in case anyone needs it bigger. They're 4 times as tall and wide, about 1 MB each (so, still not too terribly big):

He describes the profits to be made with a custom stem business (!?), and describes the building process in some detail.

Mark Bulgier Seattle WA USA

Nic Henderson wrote:
> Hello all, I've just done a page on my website about Andrew Hague,
> (who?!) Andrew Hague made and supplied a lot of the frame
> building parts as well as other bike accessories back in the
> late 70's and early 80's. Andrew Hague Cycles supplied
> braze-on bits to the likes of Raleigh and Carlton and also to
> lots of the small builders both in the UK and abroad
> including Mario Confente and Mitch Kneller of Massachusetts, USA.
> Check it out if interested