Brian wrote: << ... I had the impression that the Colnago - Alan Jerry just purchased would be considered an off topic bike in light of it being post 1983 and glued aluminum >>
You must not have read my response to Jerry:
" I sold a few of those DUALL models at cycles de ORO when they were a current model (as a matter of fact, I think they were in the era of the CKR, Inc. being the Colnago USA importers, a topic we touched on not-so-long-ago in reference to Gianni Motta bikes).? That must have been about 15-20 years ago; early 1990s? So technically we are barely (if at all) on topic... the tenuous connection to "vintage" being the Alan connection and those glued and screwed designs date from the late 1970s. "
Dale Brown cycles de ORO Bike Shop 1410 Mill Street Greensboro, North Carolina 27408 USA 336-274-5959 http://cyclesdeoro.com http://www.classicrendezvous.com http://www.carolinacup.com http://www.greensborovelo.com http://www.bikegso.org http://nbda.com
-----Original Message----- From: Brian Van Baush <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 11:16 pm Subject: [CR]Re: Colnago Alan is off topic?
I had the impression that the Colnago - Alan Jerry just purchased would be considered an off topic bike in light of it being post 1983 and glued aluminum w/shimano 90's parts?
And if the List Master would like I can provide some photo's of R&E frames for the USA site. Nice touring frames, great lug work and some unique features like a bottom bracket dynamo braze-on
Brian Van Baush
Anacortes, WA. USA