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Fuji Pursuit

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Unknown pursuit frame with sloped top tube, 56cm C-T. No serial numbers visible.

no-name quill stem, flipped and chopped drop bars.

Yes and yes.

Suzue high flange track hub radially laced to velocity deep dish cicilian -- err, I mean velocity deep-V 650C rim

Surly flip-flop hub 3-cross laced to velocity deep-V 700C rim.

Crankset is Campy, BB is unknown.

Saddle is a take-off road saddle from a 2004 Kona Jake The Snake. It is what I had lying around. Seat Post is metal and shiny.

I like Eggbeaters. Yum. Chain is a KHS BMX.


I bought this bike painted as it is now, and the guy selling it said it was an old Fuji pursuit frame he had converted to fixed gear. There are no serial numbers; they've either been ground off or puttied over. I don't really want to strip the paint off to find out more about this bike. The only similar bike I can find is a Tommasini Mexico at: but I don't think this is one of them. There are details to that frame that just don't match up to mine.

IF ANYONE KNOWS what this frame might be, I'd love to hear from them. I'd love to just know about the background of it, the manufacturer, maybe see some old stock photos, etc. I have been looking around for a while and can find nothing. I do think it is neat having an unusual bike though! :-)

UPDATE: I was told that this is indeed a Fuji TT bike:

If it is a Fuji...
Submitted by the fumingator on 10/12/2009.

then it's probably this:

cool bike.

People who friended this bike fixie-a-pooloza, CONDENADO, mac987, theurbanspaceman, onelesslimb, bio9, Grimlach, monofin

If it is a Fuji...

then it's probably this:

cool bike.

Nice Geo

I like the curved toptube

bike ID

can you see any markings on the front or rear dropouts? Looks like an old time trial, not pursuit. neat.

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