[CR] Ofmega Man

(Example: Production Builders:Cinelli:Laser)

Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2011 23:10:50 -0800 (PST)
From: "john strizek" <lyonstrings@yahoo.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR] Ofmega Man

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#searchform div.poweredby img { width:60px; }No, not Charleton Heston.

   I am a fan of other-than-Campagnolo as well as vintage Campagnolo parts.I have an affinity for Sugino but i do not care for Shimano. My reason is that no matter the price of a Shimano part, they Shimano, offer no repair support. I use the following only as an example for illustration. As that example Shimano "brifters" are broken when they are broken and the only repair is purchase of new ones. These parts are relatively expensive and I just don't think that is right. It is the same with their other items and always has been.    Happy trails,

john strizek

in sacramento california in the USA

where it rained again but was not as foggy.