Re: [CR]women and bikes

(Example: Racing:Roger de Vlaeminck)

From: "Richard Timm" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]women and bikes
Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 22:26:30 +0200

Hi Nick,
> ways of w ives. As a guy who has been through more wives than I
> can remember

Bad luck. Was the doctor able to find out if it is more the alcoholic or senile kind of dementia...?
> deconcentrate the en emy. More experienced men will go for the
> six second rodeo (offlist please) . More subtle diversionary
> tactics are available

First: my wife buys more cycles and parts than I do and second, she has the higher income... may not be the most subtle tactic to marry mrs. right but it is very convenient. Unfortunately, she has a preference for lilac and pink handlebar wrappings but she deconcentrates me with six hours rodeos so...
> On another topic, I picked up a good Normandy hub yesterday.
> Imagine my hor ror when I cleaned it up a mite and the dreaded
> Campagnolo logo appeared. T he thing is a clear copy of an early
> single ring drilled Normandy.

No, it's a clear copy of GDR Renak high flange hubs like this track hubs that I got in unused and best conditions these days.

You may polish the logo out of your hub, so nobody will recognize that it isn't a real Maillard. :)

best regards, Richard

Richard Timm,
Hamburg, Germany