Yes, he's the main guy at Bicycling who wrote some nice things about recumbents. The whole story is
faded in my mind, but he may have been the guy who dared to write the impotence article. I don't
know if he's still there.
> Recently I came across a copy of Bicycling magazine's "1992 Buyer's Guide -- 931 New Bikes" (yes,
> I said 1992). I knew I wouldn't find any mention of recumbents in a magazine that old, so was I
> surprised to find that listed under the "Best Buys" section was a glowing, GLOWING report entitled
> "Easy Racer, Tour Easy, A Cessna for the Pavement" by Jim Langley. I don't know who Jim Langley
> is, but his article makes him sound like an early recumbent convert and a true believer.
> "Descending is electrifying. Slippery as it is, this road rocket seems to accelerate endlessly. .
> . . It's such fun I couldn't stop smiling."
> I suppose the reason that more bikers didn't rush right out to buy a Tour Easy after reading this
> article was the sticker shock -- $1,680 with Super Zzipper fairing, in 1992 dollars.
> So . . . recumbents haven't always been ignored by Bicycling.
> Don Santa Cruz
> R2D2 <[email protected]
> wrote in message news:<[email protected]
>>Christopher Jor wrote:
>>Thanks for the info Chris