Re: [CR]Cleat Installation @ Cirque


Example: Framebuilding:Tony Beek

From: "Robert Clair" <r.clair@cox.net>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Cleat Installation @ Cirque
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 19:13:54 -0500


... thanks for the flasback ! i still have my first detto peitro (sp) in the closest. the "hammer" at the local shop then (georgetown cycle in alex) in "73 wanted me to ride them a while to crease the soles (souls) too. ... fudge that, i had them nail together that afternoon. ... i think i tried them out the next day ... on a Ross Sig. ... goodeness did i think i was something, even with those itchy wool
shorts.
rc-
alex, va 22308


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Subject: [CR]Cleat Installation @ Cirque



>I will once again bring my stuff for installing old-style cleats on
>old-style shoes to Cirque. BYOC (bring your own cleats). If you need
>cleats, you might want to call Larry Black at Mt. Airy Bikes (410-795-2929)
>and ask him to bring some, if your LBS or cycles d'Oro don't have them. I
>prefer installing cleats on shoes that have been worn with the pedals to be
>used; just makes it a bit easier to line things up if you have impressed
>the pedal imprint on the shoe's sole. Not many miles required, and I set
>the cleat just a bit forward of the mark, to get clearance between shoe and
>toe clip.
>
> No charge for the installation, but Pergolizzi will smile favorably upon
> you if a bit of moola wanders over to Operation Smile. That's between you
> and him.

>

> thanks

> harvey sachs

> mcLean va.