AGE / VALUE:   E- MAIL AND REGULAR ADDRESS FOR JAN HEINE NEEDED posted by: Christopher on 8/18/2008 at 12:56:15 PM
Can somebody help me out? I need the e- mail address and also the regular address for Jan Heine.


   RE:AGE / VALUE: E- MAIL AND REGULAR ADDRESS FOR JAN HEINE NEEDED posted by sam on 8/18/2008 at 6:35:28 PM

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: E- MAIL AND REGULAR ADDRESS FOR JAN HEINE NEEDED posted by Chris on 8/21/2008 at 3:05:37 PM
Thank You!


AGE / VALUE:   Audio book to listen to posted by: Chris on 8/18/2008 at 10:37:47 AM
Title: The memory of running, sound recording by Ron McLarty.
Prince frederick, Md. recorded books, LLC, P2000

10 sound cassettes 12 hours., 30 minutes
series fiction on cassettes

Summery,Smithson Ide is 43 years old and weighs 279 pounds when his parents die in an accident. Lost in momories of childhood,he uncovers his old Raleigh bicycle in the garage and begins a cross country journey that is both hilarious and horrifying.

ISBN 0788743910 $31.00

I have yet to listen to it. I can't comment on it or recommend it. I just discovered it and thought I would share this with the group here.

MISC:   Hub servicing. posted by: Thom J. on 8/18/2008 at 9:25:40 AM
I need some advice, "tips of the trade", pointers and/or other bits of knowledge regarding the service of my FW hub. The hub I have is dated 1965 and has been fitted into an AW shell on my club style bike. Shifts and runs well under 95% of all conditions. I have a slight scrapping sound that is present under coasting or light pedal pressure. I have plans to remove the hub and do a thorough inspection for damaged parts or grit in the bearings. Anything you think I should look for would be appreciated. Thx in advance, Thom.

   RE:MISC:   Hub servicing. posted by Keith Body on 8/18/2008 at 12:46:25 PM
Could be the sound of the pawls, is it well oiled?
might help.

   RE:MISC:   Hub servicing. posted by Thom J. on 8/18/2008 at 2:23:57 PM
Keith- Thanks for your input. I've studied Sheldon's site and Tony Hadlan's site for details on the hub. I like to think that I've used enough oil on it but may be not. When I remove the wheel, probably tomorrow evening, I'll check it in my truing stand to see if it makes the same noise(s). This should indicate whether or not the drop-outs are out of alignment or if it is indeed inside the hub. I'm quessing that one or more of the pawls has a missing or out of alignment spring etc. I'll let you all know what I find. Thx again, Thom.

MISC:   Sigurd Pazision posted by: Larry "Boneman" Bone on 8/17/2008 at 6:49:27 PM
Ebay item: 290252481905

Very interesting machine for certain... and even if only half as old as the sellor claims... it's in remarkable condition.


Larry "Boneman" Bone - cool stuff everywhere....

   RE:MISC: Sigurd Pazision posted by Matthew on 8/18/2008 at 7:11:48 AM
Interesting, unusual and rare perhaps?

Not my sort of machine but quite a find. Very European and not English.

Matthew - driving on the left (the right side)

   RE:MISC:   Sigurd Pazision posted by Keith Body on 8/18/2008 at 7:48:32 AM
Gone now for silly money. Looked german, early 1950's Simplex gear cage upside down.

   RE:RE:MISC:   Sigurd Pazision posted by Larry "Boneman" Bone on 8/18/2008 at 8:59:43 AM
Silly money indeed. I googled "Sigurd bicycle" and pretty much came up completely empty.


Larry "Boneman" Bone - I'm not THAT silly!

AGE / VALUE:   car boot posted by: S.H. on 8/17/2008 at 2:31:29 PM
Took Mum to the car booty again today,up and down we went,but no bike or bike parts this week!Suppose we should be happy with last weeks saddle bought for £20 and on internet for £165! Mum is looking forward to next week,as it gets her out of her flat,was offered £20 for her wheelchair but declined!We will keep on trying sooner or later an old bike will be there!