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General discussions on Wheelmen topics. / Annual Meet in Oberlin, Ohio
« Last post by DelombardR on July 01, 2018, 09:58:21 PM »
Just a reminder that the registration fee for the Annual Meet will increase July 7.

Information to assist you in planning your trip is here:
The Meet schedule will be updated at this file location:
Caution!  A very out-of-date schedule is shown on the registration page:

C. W. Savage in the photo was a noted racer in Oberlin and had positions with Oberlin College.

I believe the password requires at least 2 upper case, 2 lower case, 2 numbers, and 2 special characters. I tried all that except with only 1 special character and it rejected it. It would be helpful if the requirements were listed on the registration page, as right now it just rejects you without really any explanation.
Would like to buy 2 pairs of Queen pedals 1887 0r 1888.  Preferably in good condition but will take anything.  Even 1 pedal.
We have the password set to the highest level to protect them from being hacked.

The password must be at least eight characters long, and can not be part of a users name or email address.
The password must also contain a mixture of upper and lower case letters, and at least one number.
I just looked at the setting for attachments and it was very small. 128 K per item and 198 K total per post. I upped it to 200 K per attachment and 1000 K per post. So now one can attach 5 200 k pix to one post. how does that sound to everyone?
Wanted, a Bicycle pedal for a safety bicycle circa 1892.
seems there is photo file size limit, if your attaching attempt doesn't work use smaller file
Use the attachment button to add photos!
We are certainly going to look into a way to get the information from the previous forum set up some how. Not sure on how to go about that yet. But we are looking into it.
Although it is splendid to see that there is again a functional Wheelmen forum, I must ask what will become of the many years’ worth of extremely valuable discussions on the old forum? Surely they can at least be put up as an archive for reference, even if the content can not be merged into this new forum.

I hope that this will be given some consideration.

Users of the old forum should note that they will have to re-register for this new forum.

Also, one must now enter “captcha” verification letters when registering, and when posting messages. The letters in these particular images are quite difficult to discern, but one can click a link to hear the letters stated by a computerised voice.

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