Re: [CR]Lightweight "Woman's" frames. Seat post diameter?


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Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2008 13:30:51 -0800
To: "Charles T. Young" <youngc@ptd.net>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
From: Jan Heine <heine94@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]Lightweight "Woman's" frames. Seat post diameter?
cc: Mark Stonich <mark@bikesmithdesign.com>

At 11:42 AM -0500 12/28/08, Charles T. Young wrote:
>http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nkilgariff/CBcats/Cat_40/CB12.gif
>frome Norman Kilgariff's Claud Butler webpages available here:
>http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nkilgariff/
>
>The frame is of fillet-brazed (bronze-welded / lugless) construction
>with a two standard diameter downtubes. The upper one terminates at
>the seat tube in plane with the intermediate seatstays and so is
>different from the twin lateral mixte-type frames.

That is the same frame design as the French constructeurs used on most of the woman's bikes.

Jan Heine Editor Bicycle Quarterly 140 Lakeside Ave #C Seattle WA 98122 http://www.vintagebicyclepress.com