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    Default the apple tree, the apples, and the apple sauce too atmo -

    [X] like the RKP story.
    the print article that padraig mentions here will be very good atmo.
    it all starts somewhere.

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    Interesting stuff.

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    Was this the pressure canner?

    V-Salon: Home of the next Honeycrisp. (R)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by caleb View Post
    Was this the pressure canner?

    V-Salon: Home of the next Honeycrisp. (R)
    what's that mean atmo?

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    One can draw a few more limbs down Serotta that have reached near and far as well. Bedford and Kirk comes to mind.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    One can draw a few more limbs down Serotta that have reached near and far as well. Bedford and Kirk comes to mind.
    The problem is the New England focus: Beford's Middle Atlantic and Kirk the West, and once they leave New England they drop off the chart. At first glance without intending to, you read this as a family tree of American frame building, but of course that leaves out some highly significant firms (e.g., Waterford) and places (such as Portland).
     

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    nothin like "good genes" to start with & pass on..

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    Last edited by ron l edmiston; 08-11-2011 at 09:07 PM.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    what's that mean atmo?
    I was wondering if the article on RKP has any relation with the thread Tyler started in March.

    The rest was just an overextension of the apple analogy.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by palincss View Post
    The problem is the New England focus: Beford's Middle Atlantic and Kirk the West, and once they leave New England they drop off the chart. At first glance without intending to, you read this as a family tree of American frame building, but of course that leaves out some highly significant firms (e.g., Waterford) and places (such as Portland).
    the story is called New England Family Tree atmo.

    Quote Originally Posted by caleb View Post
    I was wondering if the article on RKP has any relation with the thread Tyler started in March.
    no.
    patrick, by dint of his 90s umass lineage, lived through all of this and we've been discussing it for what seems like years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    no.
    patrick, by dint of his 90s umass lineage, lived through all of this and we've been discussing it for what seems like years.
    Cool.
     

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    that's pretty cool. i love stuff like this..
     

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    Who's Yoshi on the RKP chart?
     

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    New England= Fertile Crescent of American bike culture.

    Good things come from there. Mucho respect to those descendants.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by the bottle ride View Post
    New England= Fertile Crescent of American bike culture.

    Good things come from there. Mucho respect to those descendants.
    Y California tambien. Credit where credit is due. Eisentrout? Paul Sadoff? Ross Schafer? Quite a few 30+yr. vets out there who spun off some great builders.
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    esta historia escrita por Patrick es sobre la escena de la bicicleta de Nueva Inglaterra a mano en los últimos 40 años y no la hstory del mundo hasta ahora atmo.

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    Hans Schneider and the guy at Southwest Frameworks are going to build the frames for the texas national team when we secede. They're the roots off the Texas tree.
     

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