RE: [CR]Keep Only One

Example: Framebuilding
From: "Jon Fischer" <>
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Subject: RE: [CR]Keep Only One
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 09:44:45 -0500
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For me, it's a toss up between my KOF 86 Serotta and my 83 Gazelle. The Se rotta has the ability to keep me at the front of any of the club rides I ha ve the desire to run with. Campagnolo 10speed gear, Ergo shifting, Mavic O pen Pro wheels supply all the performance without loosing the ride quality lugged steel. The Gazelle is a dutch built rocket that fits me like a glov e. Slightly shorter top tube for the seat tube length, 531c steel, and all the Super Record bits that draw looks from everyone in the club when I rol l in on it. Silent and simple machine that just likes to go all day long, and treats me well so that I can too.

Nope, sorry, can't pick just one. But if it's any indication of the qualit y of the Gazelle's ride, I'm seriously considering purchasing a second one.

Jon Fischer Dallas, Texas, USA

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1 Apr 2008 01:13:48 -0400> From:> Subject: [CR]Keep Only O
ne> > Hello all,> > > > Here's an interesting question:> > > > > If you cou
ld keep only one bike to ride from your current stable, no matter how grand
or humble that stable may be, which bike would it be, and why?> > > > > Be
st regards,> > Chris Wimpey> > San Diego, California> > USA> > > --- StripM
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