However, beta testing of the trunk bag continues, and it has performed well. With two or three minor tweaks, we are now ready to go into production. The randonneur bag is really ready too. We continue to agonize over a couple of details, but we probably need to stop fussing and get it into production.
In other news, I am in the market for a 1960s “F” frame Moulton. I've long had a fascination with the Moulton and I have decided to go on the hunt for one. If you have one you’d like to part with, or know someone that would be willing to, drop me a line.
Readers may remember the 1966 Raleigh RSW that I acquired sometime back. The RSW was Raleigh’s mid-60s response to the hot-selling Moultons. (Raleigh eventually bought out Moulton in 1967.) The Raleigh RSW rekindled an old interest in Moutons.
Meanwhile, as the hunt continues, a friend and fellow Bike Librarian has loaned me his early 70s MKIII so I could test the ride and fit. It is a later version with a sturdier rear triangle that replaced the more fragile swinging curved rear fork. The ride is nice and the fit is okay. Now I just need to find my own.