Just being small doesn't make these folks anything to do with "classic".? You should have asked me first if you couldn't figure this one out...
<< 15. While the CR focus is on the beginning of the Twentieth century to 1983, a few contemporary, classically made small workshop bikes are considered
on topic* here These are generally referred to as "KOF" (see # 2 above) but those welded, injection molded, or glued modern wonders belong in some other mail list. Ditto for mountain bikes, "middle weights", BMX, recumbents and balloon tired bikes. Those bikes have merit, but they just do not belong on the Classic Rendezvous. Ditto for components that are post 1983 or those which are harbingers of a new, aesthetically "modern" era (like cycle computers, clipless pedals, index shifting, etc.)? If in doubt of the appropriateness of your intended topic, ask the web master first! >>
Welding & Titanium are virtually never KOF.
Dale Brown http://www.classicrendezvous.com
-----Original Message----- From: Charles F Nighbor <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Sent: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 6:03 pm Subject: [CR]KOF In Ti Lynskey Performance Titanium
http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=5187&status=True In my opinion a KOF in Ti Others will disagree but I ask only look at their steps in building a ti frame. No need for comments look and like or dislike Charles nighbor Walnut Creek, CA PS Tonite is Hot summer nites in Danville CA Locals and with good fellow hot rod show in the area Danville closes streets and has a lot of neet hot rods and stock older cars on display Just a fast 15 miles and I am there Talk about KOF for cars wow a lot there