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Nagasawa_N.Inamura

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Nagasawa NJS Keirin 56.5cm

Nitto B123 Bars 380mm / Nitto N.J.Pro Stem 90mm

Shimano Dura Ace HP-7410

Shimano Dura-Ace 7600 Front Hub / Araya RC-540 Rims 36H / Hoshi 14# Plain Spokes 290mm / Vittoria Open Corsa Evo SC Tyres

Shimano Dura-Ace 7600 Rear Hub / Araya RC-540 Rims 36H / Hoshi 14# Plain Spokes 290mm / Vittoria Open Corsa Evo SC Tyres

Sugino 75 Crank 165mm / Hatta R9400 NJS

Kashimax Aero / Nitto SP72 Seat Post

MKS Royal Nuevo Pedals / MKS Fit Alpha NJS Toe Straps / DID Racing Pro Chain

Sugino 75 Chainring 49T / Euro Asia Duluxe Track Cog 18T

*FOR SALE* A Japanese track frame hand built by Nagasawa. This frame was previously owned by Professional Keirin rider N.INAMURA, whose name is painted in black italics on the top tube.

The bicycle was re-built in 2012 to near NJS specification.

Winner of Kinoko/Cyclelove Best Bike at The Vulpine Cyclogames:

People who friended this bike knapprobert, mapleleafs-13, SillyGooseCookie, matteozolt, JMAX, socal3rensho, campystamp, camchris1, trc, Mølle, cannonhugodale, qUik, mafffoster, per.k, c3cio, nago, bluesuedebryce, Smiley

Vulpine Cyclogames

Vote for this Nagasawa to win Best Bike at Vulpine Cyclogames:
http://bestbike.cyclelove.net/bike/nagasawa-n-inamura/

really

REALLY beautiful!

Excellent Choice

of parts for an awesome frame.

Sweet ride!

Wow! That is minty fresh...I'd hate to ride it. Work of art!

Narihiro Inamura

You know what you've got, right?
http://www.lfgss.com/post1372352-27690.html

Narihiro Inamura

Thank you. I hadn't seen the post on lfgss before I found the frame. I had a good idea of Inamura's profile from Keirin.jp though. Useful link as usual by Tomity.

Looks good!

Looks good!

Why spend all that money and

Why spend all that money and not wrap the bars in some nice cloth tape or something? Also, your saddle angle could use some attention.

Thanks quixoticle. some tape

Thanks quixoticle. some tape or yoshida grips would work well. If I'm honest the saddle angle is now a little less severe. :)

Change the name of your

Change the name of your pictures to something unique, like "nagasawapauljwild" or something



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