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Old 02-02-05, 12:28 PM   #26
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Saw some plain track frames labelled as EAI track frames in American Cyclery, SF. I wonder if these are really EAI or are the elusive Nitto frames?

They have no logos, one colour paint and they only had a few different sizes. Pretty tight looking. One was definitely plain grey and around 55/56cm.

Just thought I'd pass that along just in case.

Sadly they don't have them on their website yet.
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Old 02-02-05, 01:10 PM   #27
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nope. those are the nessuno frames. business cycles and bike works also have those. http://www.bikecult.com/works/archiv...arenuklPF.html
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Old 02-02-05, 01:12 PM   #28
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business cycles website says they're made in italy, though.
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Nitto does make a frame fork combo. it comes in one color and one size only (grey and 55x55). i have seen one with my own eyes. they come with absolutely no decals attatched, but a decal sheet comes with them. they have the typical Hatta/Swan headset and bottom bracket like the ever-so-popular Nagasawa. There is a shop in Portland, Oregon called Bike Central that sells all three bikes (Nitto, Gan Well Pro, and Nagasawa). All bikes are NJS approved if that matters. i believe their website is: http://www.bike-central.com/shop.php it doesn't have photos of the frames, but you can contact them and get more info. they have a bunch of track stuff and are the ones that keep the friday night track events going at the velodrome. they are a good place, if not a bit expensive sometimes. they can also order an amazing amount of stuff.

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Did you get a chance to get pics?

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Old 06-15-05, 03:58 PM   #30
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nope. those are the nessuno frames. business cycles and bike works also have those. http://www.bikecult.com/works/archiv...arenuklPF.html
EAI did/does ? have Nitto keirin frames. They were Tange tubed, lugged and had the bb shell with the NJS logo. And, they were silver.

The Bare Knuckle is a different frameset.
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