Re: [CR] vintage friendly shops in northern New Jersey?

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From: "Mike Schmidt" <>
To: Derek Vandeberg <>
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Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 13:25:58 -0500
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Subject: Re: [CR] vintage friendly shops in northern New Jersey?

Derek, beer night at TBS is every Fri. Listmembers are always invited. I am afraid that Steve's shop is it for the immediate area from a vintage standpoint. There is Kopp in Princeton and another bike shop in Lambertville, NJ both in Central NJ.

As you get closer, email me to confirm your plans.

Mike Schmidt Millington, New Jersey Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 23, 2009, at 11:14 AM, Derek Vandeberg <> wrote:
> I'll be spending a week in Morris County - specifically Madison -
> New Jersey
> in January, and would love to poke around a few shops in the area. I
> visited The Bike Stand in Scotch Plains on my last trip - great fun,
> even
> though Steve was away at the time. I'll have a car with GPS and a
> couple of
> days to myself, so I'm looking for suggestions. I don't
> particularly want
> to drive into NYC, but if there's something not to be missed that's a
> reasonable cab ride from Penn Station, I'd consider that, too. I
> think I'll
> save Southern NJ and Philly for a trip in the Spring.
> Would also love to visit with any traditional or KOF builders in the
> area,
> though I don't know of any. Is Andres Cuevas still in NJ, as shown
> in the
> CR Cuevas page?
> Thanks, and Happy Holidays to all!
> Derek Vandeberg
> Bigfork, Montana