AGE / VALUE:   Larz Anderson National Bike Show and Watertown Swap/ August 14th posted by: Peter Naiman on 6/14/2005 at 10:50:30 PM
More information on our show at Larz Anderson in
Brookline, MA, please visit our website.

Our webmaster, Vin Vullo has had an extremely busy
season at his shop in Cambridge, MA and has been
unable to update our original site, so I've built a
temporary site with Vin's help. To access the site for
further information about this years show please visit
out new and temporary website while we build a new and
improved site. Below is the link.

http://oldroads.com/oldwebs.asp?uploadid=279

As noted on the site pre-registration is not required,
but we would love to hear from you before hand to find
out who is coming over and what bikes you will be
bringing to our event. If you wish to be on our
permanant mailing list, please contact me by email.

There will be a separate swap meet sponsored by Linda
Pernice on both Saturday and Sunday, August 13th and
14th in Watertown, MA about a ten minute drive from
our show. For further info on the swap please contact
Linda by email at: lpernice@juno.com

Best regards,
Peter Naiman & Maurice Bresnahan
Show Co-Chairman.


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FOR SALE:   pink lady posted by: mike on 6/14/2005 at 9:15:06 PM
an old 50's style "pink lady" bike.says pink lady on the chain guard and the headbadge. . says "Behrens" on the seat post tube. the seat cleaned up amazingly, the tires are original and in good condition, they say"Dunlops Extra Prima" and "made in germany" the frame says "made in west germany. west germany isnt even a country anymore.

open to any offers. will trade for muscle bikes, parts, frames or projects. if theres n o takers its going to be scrapped. email me direct at sickcycles@optonline.net for more pics


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   RE:FOR SALE:   pink lady posted by randy murphy on 6/18/2005 at 5:10:26 AM
say, the pink lady looks interesting. let me know what your best offer is. thanks, randy murphy
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   RE:FOR SALE:   pink lady posted by chris on 6/26/2005 at 6:56:42 PM
it looks like its all there. if you have any offers please post them. i'd love to fix it up. Remember Don't Crush Them, Restore'em
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FOR SALE:   pink lady posted by: mike on 6/14/2005 at 9:15:06 PM
an old 50's style "pink lady" bike.says pink lady on the chain guard and the headbadge. . says "Behrens" on the seat post tube. the seat cleaned up amazingly, the tires are original and in good condition, they say"Dunlops Extra Prima" and "made in germany" the frame says "made in west germany. west germany isnt even a country anymore.

open to any offers. will trade for muscle bikes, parts, frames or projects. if theres n o takers its going to be scrapped. email me direct at sickcycles@optonline.net for more pics
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MISC:   i need help posted by: rob on 6/13/2005 at 7:04:07 AM
Does anybody remember a bike that had shocks front and back and also had a fake gas tank?? What was the bike called and who made it?? thanx very much
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   RE:MISC:   i need help posted by kim on 6/13/2005 at 11:16:42 AM
A lot of different brands looked like that. They may have all been made by the same company.

Look at the "Venture" full suspension BMX bike in the picture database here.
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AGE / VALUE:   Sturmey Archer Three Speed Hub posted by: Nick on 6/12/2005 at 5:26:31 PM
Hello i am in need of some help with my sturmey archer three speed hub. It dates back to 1969 and it's the AW model. There is a very annoying squeking noise comming from the hub in first and third gear. I lube the hub every other week so it can't be a lack of lubrication. Also, the hud does not want to stay in second gear. It pops out of gear into a neutral-type gear at random. When in third gear, and crusing along, the hub makes a grinding noise when i stop pedaling.

If you have any information on why my hub has all of these problems, or you have any tips to how i can fix it, please reply.

Thanks,
Nick
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Sturmey Archer Three Speed Hub posted by kim on 6/13/2005 at 11:18:15 AM
Popping out of gear can simply mean you need to adjust the cable. But grinding noises.. that probably means something much worse.
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Sturmey Archer Three Speed Hub posted by Larry "Boneman" Bone on 6/13/2005 at 2:30:34 PM
Perhaps this may be of some help:

http://sheldonbrown.com/sturmey-archer.html

Regards!

Boneman
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Sturmey Archer Three Speed Hub posted by Nick on 6/13/2005 at 9:32:40 PM
thanks for the replies....

Nick
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