Re: [CR]Stronglight Spoked Crank Spider

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Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 14:51:38 +0900
To: Bainbridge <>
From: "kenji fusejima" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Stronglight Spoked Crank Spider


Sorry about the delay in posting. It is a hand-made gadget by certain Japanese enthusiast (owner of this bike). Frame was made by Toei, but, this nice (or weird) crankset was not made by Toei. From the description of this photograph, 36 spokes are 1.2mm dia, chainrings are Simplex 51 and 45, crank fixing bolts are remodeled parts from TA crank puller.

I heard that he is a professional mechanician. He can do brazing and welding (include aluminum). In this bike, he created and remodeled some parts (brake cable hangers, yokes, head light mount, handlebars, seatpost and some other parts). I am not familiar with him. but, I heard that he is a nice guy.

Kenji Fusejima Yokohama Japan

At 8:51 AM -0700 03.6.14, Bainbridge wrote:
>I found this image while digging through a pile of my old Japanese cycling
>mags. It is a Stronglight 49 crank with a spoked spider. Has anyone out
>there ever seen this?? Is it real or simply some pretty cool voodoo from
>Toei?? If anyone knows anything about this crank, I would love to hear about




>Bryant Bainbridge

>Portland, Orygun