[CR]Yet More Vintage Bicycling / Bike World Articles Posted Online


Example: Framebuilding:Restoration

From: "R.S. Broderick" <rsb000@hotmail.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 19:24:16 -0500
Subject: [CR]Yet More Vintage Bicycling / Bike World Articles Posted Online

I have recently completed digitizing and posting to WoolJersey yet more vintage cycling related materials culled from the likes of Bicycling and Bike World magazines. In particular, the following articles are now available for public perusal:

Maintenance / Repair / Miscellaneous Technical Information:

1970-02 - Chain Drive Technology 1970-03 - Schwinn GT-100 Rear Derailleur Reliability 1970-04 - Brakes For Bicycles 1970-09 - Bicycling Bearings 1970-09 - Brake Adjustment 1970-10 - Parallelogram Derailleur Adjustment Technique 1970-10 - Long Cranks Revisited 1970-10 - Diagnosing Chain Jump 1971-05 - Cross-Over Gearing 1971-05 - Diagnosing And Fixing Derailleur Chain Skip 1971-07 - Spoke Twist Prevention 1971-09 - The Custom Bicycle (Part 3 - Selection Of Wheels) 1972-01 - The Custom Bicycle (Part 6 - Handlebar Options) 1972-02 - Chain Drives For Tandem Bicycles 1972-03 - Innovative Pedals 1972-06 - Bicycle Stability (Part 2) 1973-07 - Repairing A Broken Stem 1973-07 - The Whys And Ways Of Wheels (by none other than Harlan Meyers) 1974-01 - Reconditioning A Bike (Part 4) 1974-02 - Reconditioning A Bike (Part 5) 1974-03 - Reconditioning A Bike (Part 6) 1974-04 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 1) 1974-05 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 2) 1974-06 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 3) 1974-07 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 4) 1974-08 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 5) 1974-09 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 6) 1974-10 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 7) 1974-11 - Lightning Your Bike (Part 8) 1974-06 - Rolling Resistance On Criterium 250 Tubulars 1974-12 - Sidepull Brake Synopsis 1975-07 - Minimizing Hub Friction 1975-07 - 1975 Equipment Review 1975-10 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 1) 1975-11 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 2) 1975-12 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 3) 1976-01 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 4) 1976-02 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 5) 1976-03 - Step By Step Wheels (Part 6) 1975-12 - Stems And Cotter Pins 1976-06 - Building A Frame (Part 1) 1976-09 - Building A Frame (Part 2) 1977-01 - Building A Frame (Part 3) 1977-03 - On Building A Frame

Road Tests / Reviews

1969-03 - Raleigh Professional (...thank you Larry Osborn) 1969-03 - Oscar Wastyn (Obituary) 1969-06 - Schwinn Paramount Tandem 1970-02 - Moulton Prototype 1970-07 - Rene Herse Folding Bicycle 1970-08 - Moulton Mark III 1971-06 - Colnago 1973-07 - Nishiki Road Compe 1973-09 - Aluminum Alloy Frames 1974-02 - Gitane "Traveller" Collapsible Bike 1974-06 - Schwinn Le Tour 1974-06 - Panasonic Model Line

Trade Show / Expos

1971-06 - 1970 Paris Salon de Bicyclette / 1971 New York City Cycle Show

Please note that in the process of adding these latest postings, I found it necessary to "rearrange" a few previously existing WoolJersey albums. As a result, anyone who saw fit to bookmark or otherwise establish a hyperlink to those corresponding entries may wish to confirm validity of same as they may well have been impacted. I certainly apologize for any inconvenience begot of my ongoing efforts and hope that everyone understands that I will strive to minimize the occurrence of such reorganizations in the future. In order to access this catalog of information, please use the following link:

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/broderir

Once you have accessed the high level album using the link provided above, click on the album entitled "Catalogs / Brochures / Posters / Decals / Ephemera" and then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on any of the three appropriate sub-albums.

Robert Broderick ...the "Frozen Flatlands" of South Dakota Sioux Falls, USA

P.S. Once again, please be mindful of the fact that while any and everyone is welcome to link to the articles and information posted to WoolJersey, wanton plagiarism and/or republication of same without copyright acknowledgement is not likely to be looked upon favorably by the fine folks at Rodale Press and may lead to a revocation of our agreement for internet republication. So, please use common sense and discretion with respect to this resource.