[CR]Re: Classicrendezvous Digest, Vol 67, Issue 43

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Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 10:19:07 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Alan Lloyd" <adl2k@yahoo.com>
To: Robert Clair <r.clair@cox.net>
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Subject: [CR]Re: Classicrendezvous Digest, Vol 67, Issue 43

When I was growing up (in the UK) I think the law was that you had to have a bell on your bicycle, so "racing" bikes often had the single-ting bells, lightweight of course!

Alan Lloyd (Schaumburg, Illinois, USA)

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> ... or whatever they are called.

>

> ... we have one an old Bianchi, on what else, an old

> Bianchi (thank you Ken

> Denny for da bell).

>

> ... but i just found two in "the old back closet"

> ... that came from Hill a

> bit back. one has a bicycle rider embosed in it, the

> other is a Vic-Tree.

>

> ... neat stuff. does anyone actually put these on a bike

> today ? Hill

> explained these for time riders in Great Britain to note

> that someone was

> about to pass.

>

> ... i may take one tomorrow at the gym to put on a

> stationary to signal

> we're still alive :)

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> robert clair

> alexandria, va 22308