Re: [CR]Pogliaghi and Diamonds

(Example: Framebuilders:Jack Taylor)

From: "Robert Clair" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Pogliaghi and Diamonds
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 20:10:20 -0500

actually i really like/love lugged bikes, regardless of how they were delivered. thankfully these older builders kept the lines together in the process.

thanks to kenny howard on this, aka brian baylis. channeling Von Dutch.

robert clair
in alexandria, va 22308
where the moon and the stars,
sleep over a wizard.

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Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 7:55 PM
Subject: Re: [CR]Pogliaghi and Diamonds


I think the answer to Jack's question is something like "whenever he felt like it"; which I think is early 70's.

And yes, Robert, in that sense lugs do not matter. The intersection of the two tubes and their being joined together inside the lug with a fillet of brazing material is where the strength of bicycle frame joints comes from. Babies however, come from storks. ;-)

Brian Baylis
La Mesa, CA
Not from Earth, thankfully.

-- "Robert Clair" wrote:

... not sure about that, but there's one in the neighborhood here. white and red. those diamond shapes nearly sheared (i know, a word some of the folks on this list may not know :)) nearly cut the latter half of the lugs off. seen it on another biachi lugs. apparently lugs do not matter.

blair the cat clair
alexandria, va 22308
recipeint today of a bottle of,
2006 Meowlot.