Re: [CR]E-Bay Outing 58 cm Romic


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Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 06:29:49 -0800
From: Rich Pinder <rpinder@usc.edu>
Subject: Re: [CR]E-Bay Outing 58 cm Romic
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Thanks for this post Tom. Reminds me I've got to get the finishing touches on the Romic website I've been talking about for a long time now. It's close - I've collected facts and stories and a set of three video interviews with Ray. I'll let you all know when it goes live.

There is a quoted paragraph describing the bike in which there is one sentence that stuck out. Ray worked at Schwinn before starting Romic, but I've never heard he DESIGNED the schwinn paramount. Can anyone comment on this?
> */*/This machine is virtually identical to the P-10 Paramount, which
> was designed by Mr. Gasorowski./*/* Rich Pinder Van Nuys, CA

Tom Sanders wrote:
> This KOF bike is a bit too large for me, or I would be avidly pursuing it.
> The seller provides a nice little history of its' American builder, Roman
> "Ray" Gasorowski. This is another example of the small shop American bike
> builders that I love so much. If you, too, have been smitten by these one
> man shop builders, take a look. Item # 200293254963 You won't see many of
> these. And a special thanks to Charles Nighbor for pointing it out to me..

>

> Tom Sanders

>

> Lansing, MI USA