Re: . Re: [CR]Ciocc Pix Posted to Wool Jersey album


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From: Chuck Schmidt <chuckschmidt@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: . Re: [CR]Ciocc Pix Posted to Wool Jersey album
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 23:53:40 -0700
To: Classic Rendevous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>


On May 31, 2007, at 8:08 PM, P.C. Kohler wrote:
> Yes, Chuck... quite a transition indeed!! You should approve!!
> Although
> admittedly the Raleigh Clubmans went mainly because their 22" frame
> size
> just doesn't work for me (that size and weight thing again!). But yep,
> it's fun to try and enjoy new things. My last two additions have been
> poles apart, a '58 Raleigh RRA Moderne and this '82 Ciocc and I sure
> ain't going to say which rides better or I enjoy more. My favourite
> bike
> is always the one I just rode.
>
> And yes, I still want that '38 Rudge Aero!!!
>
> Peter Kohler
> Washington DC USA

Yes, there is always the NEXT bike...

You're exactly right Peter. People ask me the same thing knowing that I have ridable bikes from the 1930s to present and my answer's the same... my favorite is the one I just rode!

Just doesn't get any better than being able to compare and contrast the best bikes from different eras by riding them... you experience something new with each ride!

Chuck Schmidt
South Pasadena, CA USA