Dr. Edward Albert

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alexander55

On Training Wheels
Oct 5, 2012
8
As I've searched the internet for information on Dick Power bicycles, I see the name of Dr. Edward Albert mentioned frequently....including a reference to (at the time) an unpublished book about Mr. Power with the tentative title of A Dark Day in Sunnyside. I also see links from the Dick Power Bicycles section of Classic Rendezevous to a website of his. The links do not work. Is this book or other information available in other places that I have yet to locate? Thanks for any help.
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
17,952
Evans, GA
As I've searched the internet for information on Dick Power bicycles, I see the name of Dr. Edward Albert mentioned frequently....including a reference to (at the time) an unpublished book about Mr. Power with the tentative title of A Dark Day in Sunnyside. I also see links from the Dick Power Bicycles section of Classic Rendezevous to a website of his. The links do not work. Is this book or other information available in other places that I have yet to locate? Thanks for any help.
@kccomet
 

juvela

I live for the CABE
Aug 2, 2014
1,211
Playa del Rey, United States
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In case you may have missed it, the forum had an excellent thread on two Dick Power machines here:



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St33lWh33ls

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Dec 14, 2014
18
Mr. Albert sold off a lot of his collection of fabulous bicycles and took down his website “http://www.thevintagebikelife.com/“. I had a conversation with him around that time and he was ready to move on to other things, it’s a shame, the website was a valuable resource. I purchased a Pop Brennan frame from Mr. Albert, he is a real gentleman and very knowledgeable about vintage racing-six day bicycles.

 
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