floweredpig wrote:Dexter St. Clair wrote:Flying Scot frame just finished on e bay
That is fantastic lug work.You don't get that with carbon.
Cyclo2000 wrote:Found this while trying to find the pic I've requested elsewhere of Balmano street. Once again i cannae post pics so here's the link
Cartoonist and cycle speedway internationalist;
Born: August1, 1931 Died January 25, 2010.
BILL Ritchie, who has died aged 78, was the cartoonist whose work amused two generations of readers of comics from the stable of DC Thomson. Cartoon characters such as Baby Crockett and Clumsy Claude were originated by Ritchie, and the strips carrying their adventures that made them famous to readers of the Beezer and the Beano.
It was in the rough-and-tumble post-war sport of cycle speedway however that Glasgow-born Ritchie, a graduate of Glasgow School of Art, first made his name. He proved a top performer, competing in the first cycle speedway international against England in May 1949, at Rayleigh, Essex.
Mori wrote:A £3.9 million plan to increase cycling numbers and have 10 per cent of all journeys by bike by 2020 was unveiled today.The Cycling Action Plan for Scotland aims to expand cycle routes across the country and improve cycle training in schools.
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