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Old 07-28-05, 10:21 PM   #1
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Article[s] about Cadillac and Mercedes Bicycles

Hello all:
I am an automotive journalist, usually, but have just written an article about the new Cadillac Bicycle line, and have previously written about the Mercedes bikes. Even though I write about cars for a living, I'm a long-time bike enthusiast, so these articles are more than just rewritten press releases.

Also, my apologies for posting here if this is the wrong space. My new membership would not allow me to post in the self-promotion forum.

Here are the links to the articles:

Cadillac Bicycles: Schwinn Rises from the Dustbin of Cycling History

Mercedes Introduces Three New ... Bicycles

Thanks for allowing me to post here,
Cordially,
Frank Giovinazzi
Publisher, Car Buyer's Notebook
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Old 07-29-05, 05:23 AM   #2
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Welcome Frank.

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Old 07-29-05, 05:47 AM   #3
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Haha, fair enough -- right now I am the proud owner of a Raleigh beach cruiser -- no gears, no brakes just pedals and wheels. This choice sure surprised my wife, who offered to buy me a bike last year and she expected me to go for a $600 Trek or Specialized M-bike. The Raleigh cost $219, and it's giving me more pleasure than the $1,900 Klein roadie I've owned, the $900 Trek or any number of M-bikes.

Matter of fact, the Raleigh looks a lot like my first two-wheeler. Without the "gas tank," or streamers on the handlebars.

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