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    vintage knowledge

    hi there i would be pleased to hear from anyone who has knowlege of Ron Kitching bikes.

    i have just rescued a Ron Kitching frame and turned it into a singlespeed but can't find much information on how it once started life (in the 70's?).

    antone know?

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    I would try Classic Rendezvous.
    The first thing to I would do is search the archives.
    http://search.bikelist.org/
    enter in "Ron Kitching" and select Classic Rendezvous as the list to search.
    I'm pretty sure you will get quite a few hits on it.

    Hope this helps,
    Marty
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotek
    I would try Classic Rendezvous.
    The first thing to I would do is search the archives.
    http://search.bikelist.org/
    enter in "Ron Kitching" and select Classic Rendezvous as the list to search.
    I'm pretty sure you will get quite a few hits on it.

    Hope this helps,
    Marty

    thank you, it seems a very helpful resource

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