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 Dedicated to Lightweight Vintage Bicycles, circa 1900~1983.
    The purpose of this not-for-profit site is to encourage those interested in enjoying and preserving vintage lightweight "racing" style bicycles of the period from the early 20th century until 1983. These are primarily steel, most often lug built, not welded, injection molded, or glued. Here we are devoted to road and pista machines, not mountain bikes, BMX, recumbent, middle weights nor balloon-tired bikes. Those bikes have merit, but are not "on topic" for the Classic Rendezvous.
    Our goals are:
1.) identification of makers.
2.) publishing images of original bicycles & their components.
3.) providing key information about the makers & their history.
4.) listing resources.
5.) offering camaraderie among the enthusiasts. 
    Please contribute any information or illustrations you might have. Corrections are gratefully accepted.
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Updates are constantly being made to as new material become available. The most recent changes can be located by the small update note in each section.

New! "How much is my lightweight vintage bicycle worth?" HERE

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