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    Senior Member metal_cowboy's Avatar
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    Re: Rivendell Reader

    Have any of you Rivendell members received a Rivendell Reader lately? I saw on the Rivendell website that one was due out in early February.
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    When the moon is in the seventh house and jupiter aligns with mars, then maybe, just maybe, the next issue of the RR will come out. Ya never know with grant.
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    I'm not a Rivendell member, but I did receive a reader for some reason late last week. Interesting publication.
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    I was at Riv World HQ on saturday to pick up some brakes, and the newest issue I saw there was #38. I think we've still got a bit to wait.

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    I think I remember reading somewhere the next issue would be mailed in "late" February. Back issue collections are available on CD-ROM, so buy a set of back issues to hold you over until the next "new" issue arrives.

    My favorite articles in the "Reader" are the ones that relate to the "classic" bikes of the 1950's to 1980's era. Unlike articles in "Bycycling" about the 2007 Shimano shifters, Rivendell articles never go out of date.

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