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markwebb 05-30-05 04:11 PM

Euro Asia Imports
 
Anybody know about Euro Asia Imports bikes from the 70's???? I have the Pro (Eurospeciale) model with mostly Campy NR. Decals say Made in Italy. Anybody know what manufacturer in Italy made them? And - any info on tubing (there are no decals indicating type of tubing)? Did they use Columbus SL or what?
Well....I am assuming it's from Euro Asia Imports. Any help will be appreciated.

TheOtherGuy 05-30-05 11:09 PM


Originally Posted by markwebb
Anybody know about Euro Asia Imports bikes from the 70's???? I have the Pro (Eurospeciale) model with mostly Campy NR. Decals say Made in Italy. Anybody know what manufacturer in Italy made them? And - any info on tubing (there are no decals indicating type of tubing)? Did they use Columbus SL or what?
Well....I am assuming it's from Euro Asia Imports. Any help will be appreciated.

Yup; from Euro-Asia. I've read that some people said they may have been built by OLMO. I was at Montrose Bike in Montrose, CA about 2 weeks ago, and they had a couple of NOS Eurospeciale frames still hanging in the shop's office. Montrose Bike is owned by the same family that owns Euro-Asia... The frames were most likely SL or SP on the larger ones.

look171 05-31-05 03:50 AM

Alle (spelling?) as well. I lusted over one of those as a junior in the early 80s. Haven't been inthere in ages. The kinda quit selling road stuff. Bought a Casati from them in 1983. Hey Otherguy, were you with the club back then.


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