I took one look at the setup and immediately thought, "Ducati Cucciolo" straight out of 1949. That's where the marque started on two wheels, and only offered the motor, to be easily attached to whatever seignor was riding at the time. I've only seen a couple of them, but invariably they were attaced to a proper period Italian bicycle. Sorry, don't remember any names at the moment, my attention was on the Ducati portion.
Shows how good engineering never goes out of style.
George R. "Syke" Paczolt
> Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 13:55:53 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Don Wilson <email@example.com>
> To: Classic Rendezvous
> Subject: Re: [CR]was 1970 Motorized Pinarello/a
> practical hybrid...
> Message: 7
> I think this bike is on topic not only because it is
> 1970 Pinarello, but because it shows the versatility
> of steel lightweight bikes in an energy pricing
> crisis, which is what we are in (Note: there's
> of oil, there's just a huge struggle over who gets
> price it, which currency it gets priced in, and who
> gets to consume it in great amounts).
> Don Wilson
> Los Olivos, CA
> D.C. Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org
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