Anybody know where this Pino triangle frame is today? Any chance it'll be part of the Pino display at Cirque? (fingers crossed)Matthew BowneBrooklyn, New York
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> Subject: Re: [CR] CR [RE] Caminade frame on Ebay ?? ?? ?? (Jan Heine)
> ..and let's not forget Pino Morroni's triangular tubed frames.. later but
> very interesting.
> Porter Customs 2909 Arno NE
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> Subject: [CR] CR [RE] Caminade frame on Ebay ?? ?? ?? (Jan Heine)
> Jan asked,
> >How many bikes with octagonal tubes are there?
> I don't know how many but here is the Monark Silver King with octagonal
> tubes I used to own .
> My friend Bill Humphries who used to race for Raleigh/CRCofA was riding it
> around at my old airport shop.
> peter weigle
> lyme, ct