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Old 07-16-07, 09:14 AM   #1
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Location: Arnhem The Netherlands
Bikes: Flevobike bike & Racer, Nexus 7 racing bike, touring bike, "1920's Burgers tourbike, just sold" and i lost 3 old crapy racingbikes, 1 tourbike, 1 customised cruiser to bike thiefs these last 2 years (and i triple lock my bikes with hardened chains !)
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I need help finding a framebuilding teacher in the Netherlands


I've been looking all over the place for someone who can teach me how to build an oldfashioned lugged race frame. I'm a cycle mechanic for 2 years now, in Arnhem The Netherlands, age 21. And framebuilding is realy what i want to learn. i have lots of homemade blueprints for; recumberents, fixedgear roadbikes, raceframes with hubs, travel bikes (i recently cycled from Arnhem to Basel, and it gave me some ideas) and of coarse somewhat more traditional bikes. I realy need to learn how to build them.

Do you have some ideas how and where i might find a teacher?, or you are willing to teach me let me know

Thanks in forward.

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