Sack cloth and ashes for me. Dan Henry is the man, I think but I will find the article to be sure.
Ray Green, Brighton, Sussex
> From: Ken Wallace <email@example.com>
> Date: 2007/08/09 Thu PM 02:21:54 BST
> CC: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
> Subject: Re: [CR]Dr Clifford Graves
> That sounds more like Captain Dan Henry. He rode a wedgie but with
> the saddle you describe. I have a 1947 Claud Butler path racer of
> his. He invented the danhenry, a circle with an attached arrow road
> marking used to mark bike routes for centuries, etc.
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> On Aug 9, 2007, at 4:42 AM, ray green wrote:
> > This name rings a bell, but only just. I seem to recall an article
> > in Sporting Cyclist in the sixties about the York Rally and an
> > American visitor. He was riding a recumbent and I seem to think
> > that the seat was canvas stretched across a pair of drop bars.
> > sadly S.C. doesnt have an index but I'll look through my back
> > issues to see if it was indeed Dr Graves.
> > Ray Green, Brighton, Sussex