RE: [CR]New Member Introduction

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From: Tom Forbes <>
Subject: RE: [CR]New Member Introduction
Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2007 21:05:59 -0500

Welcome Philip, I to don,t have a pre 83 (for sure) yet, but waiting on my "new" purchase, a 79 Raleigh GS Comp. Should be here Friday. I am familiar with Hans' bikes, a lot of those around here in the racing circles.

Tom Forbes

Houston, Texas.

From: "Philip W. Moore, Jr." <>

To: <>

Subject: [CR]New Member Introduction

Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 12:48:04 -0500
>Hello to all of you. My name is Philip Moore, and I am an attorney and
>cycling enthusiast who lives, works and rides in the Dallas - Ft. Worth area
>(McKinney, to be exact). I did not start riding road bikes until 1999. I
>was a BMX kid and a mountain biker before then. But I got into the lore and
>legend of cycling by reading some history pieces in Cycle Sport, and began
>to grow a distaste for aluminum, carbon, titanium or any other frame and
>fork that is not made out of steel. Since then, I've owned a mid-1980s
>Merckx Corsa, a David Tesch made John Howard frame (that I sold to somebody
>on this list; a shop owner in California or Arizona), and another Tesch 101
>model that I own right now (love it). My other bike is a Hans Schneider. I
>don't own a 1983 or earlier bike yet, but when I find a good 57 cm bike that
>I want, I'll pick it up. In the meantime, I will just sit back, be quiet,
>read and learn.
>Classicrendezvous mailing list


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