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Sherri Sparling
02-17-1995, 01:35 AM
This message is directed to Tony Bauer at Lakehead University in Canada.

I forwarded your request regarding suspension systems to a friend of mine
here at Queen's, Eldon Brown, who did an undergraduate thesis/project on a
new mountain bike suspension system. He is very interested in speaking
with Marnie; however, he tells me that neither address worked for him
when he tried to reach her.

Could you please forward this note to Marnie. I've included his email
address for her to reach him directly.

3eab3@qlink.queensu.ca

Thanks very much.
Sherri.

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Sherri Sparling, BSc(Eng) Clinical Mechanics Group
Sparling@ME.QueensU.Ca Mechanical Engineering
(613) 545-6737
Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 7 Feb 1995 13:42:00 EST
From: Bauer - Tony
To: Multiple recipients of list BIOMCH-L
Newgroups: bit.listserv.biomch-l
Subject: MOUNTAIN BIKE SUSPENSION SYSTEMS.

I am a graduate student at the School of Kinesiology,Lakehead
University,and currently researching the effectiveness of mountain
bike suspensions. I would be interested in any current research in
this area or any ideas as to the best way of measuring the
effectiveness of the suspession systems currently available as
optional components of competitive
mountain bikes. I will be happy to share your responses.
Thankyou!
Marnie Laser
School of Kinesiology
Lakehead University
Thunder Bay
Canada P7B5E1

MLASER@ICE.LAKEHEAD.CA