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Saturday
Oct102015

Video from an informal bike store meeting

Dave Moulton from Phil Strong on Vimeo.

The problem with being on a tour like this, so much time is spent traveling that there is little time to do anything else. Also I have not always been in a place with a good Internet connection. There are my hosts to consider, one cannot ignore them to work on the laptop. So forgive me if my reports here have been a little sparse,

Someone asked me, “What has been the best event so far.” All the events have been different, but all have been great. Take last evening at Wally’s Bike Store for example. A small group, but we had a wonderful collection of special bikes so we just stood around and discussed each one.

What made the evening special, was that Kyle Radford showed up, a complete surprise to me. Kyle and his brother Kent were the ones who commissioned the Recherché frame, I hadn't seen him since the late 1980s. I also got to see an old friend Phil Strong who owns the Fuso MAX frame pictured at the top of this blog.   

Phil also video taped the whole proceedings. Initialy there is a lot of traffic noise, but it gets better as we move towards the back of the shop.

Sunday morning early ( Oct 11th.) I will be leaving San Luis Obispo to drive down to the Greater LA area for a meeting at the Fireman's Union Meeting Room, 2026 N Riverside Ave #H Rialto, CA. (Easy access off the 210 Freeway. Behind Carl''s Jr.) 2 pm. Sunday afternoon.

On Monday 12th, Oct. 5:00 pm. I will be at Empire Bikes, in Chino Hills.

 

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Reader Comments (8)

Apropos of nothing, but I spotted a clean blue and white Fuso, 54cm or so, being ridden to the ACL festival in Austin this morning. The bike had flat bars and I believe was pulling a trailer filled with a kid or two. Sadly, I didn't get to talk to the owner.

October 10, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterOlyOop

Fascinating video, and thanks to Phil for shooting it. Great to see Kyle in attendance. He has been very helpful to me regarding my own Recherche.

October 11, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMartin W

As mentioned in the video, FUSO #002 is alive and well and often ridden in Atlanta. The size and color appear identical to #001 and is in near mint condition. Thanks for sharing the video and all the info about the frames.

October 12, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterBill Russell

Thanks Phil & Dave for putting the video online.

October 12, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterJack

I will be watching it for the second time tonight !

Hi Dave,
Just got back in town,,, will there be any other stops on the tour?

October 14, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterCharles C

Charles, you might get a quicker answer to this on the group Facebook page.

October 14, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMartin W

Dave. Now that you have had a taste of SUNNY California. Why not dig out a pre 1987 Moulton Fuso? and come ride with me and the gang in April 2016 in the Eroica California. Would be a fitting tribute to your skills as a true artisan of the bike business.

October 16, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterjohn crump

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