Re: [CR]CONI Manual

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From: "Andrew Bohlmann" <>
To: "Gary Watts" <>, "Classic Rendezvous" <>
References: <>
Subject: Re: [CR]CONI Manual
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 19:58:22 -0600

Gary and All the CR People,

The C.O.N.I. Book is our site in several chapters (yes, scanned) at

We have 3-4 unopened copies and they are all NFS. I have been offered $250/copy. They actually belong to my wife, Kathleen.

I sometimes scan from one or two opened and well used copies. If anyone has any favorite chapters please let me know and I'll scan 'em and have our son put them on the site. Son Philip, a CU Boulder Fines Arts grad also does with a site update soon.
>From 1984-1990 I was the US Cycling's 1st Technical Director. I always had a copy on my desk and it was very often borrowed by the coaches. I also have its several copies of the follow up book, "Agonistic Cycling".

Tomorrow morning, we're off to Eldora, CO where I am Chief USA Cycling (USAC) Official at a Mountain States Cup mountain bike race. As I said the other day, please don't hold this against me.

If only they rode some Campagnolo in the dirt I would fell a little better!

Andy Bohlmann
Colorado Springs, CO

----- Original Message -----
From: Gary Watts
To: Classic Rendezvous
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 7:10 PM
Subject: [CR]CONI manual

>I had one of these (borrowed I think) in the mid 70's. Seems they're now
> super rare. Are there any affordable reproductions? I saw the site in
> Colorado that has a few chapters scanned (think he's a list member as
> well). Any options?


> Gary Watts

> Vancouver, WA