Re: [CR]Nitto bars and stems


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From: "Tom Martin" <tom@wilsonbike.com>
To: "Jerome & Elizabeth Moos" <jerrymoos@sbcglobal.net>, "Classic Rendezvous" <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Nitto bars and stems
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:01:50 -0700


There are a couple of distributors that do carry these handlebars. Wilson Bicycle Sales on the west coast comes to mind (of course....), and I do believe Quality stocks one or the other. And dealers in Texas might want to give Hans Johnsen Co in Dallas a call. So with that info, any bike shop can order it relatively easily. Momovelo and Jitensha studio- both in Berkeley CA- regularly stock the noodle and dream bars. There are others like Centerport Cycles on Lawn Guyland, that might have a couple.

Quality has stocked the Pearl stem in the past but I'm not so sure nowadays.

The engraving on the noodle and dream bars are ornate like the old Cinelli style.

Tom Martin
Oakland CA


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerome & Elizabeth Moos"
To: "Classic Rendezvous"
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 12:40 PM
Subject: [CR]Nitto bars and stems



> Anyone know who besides Rivendell sells Nitto model 176 (Dream) and 177 (Noodle) bars? Also, I note that both Harris Cycles and Bicycle Classics sell Nitto models with either Maes or Randonneur bends, which are less expensive than what Rivendell charges for model 176 or 177. Neither web site has a closeup photo of the engravings, however. Do these bars have the old-Cinelli-like elaborate crests, like Nitto 176 and 177, or do they have simpler engravings?
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> Also, anyone know a source for Nitto Pearl stems?
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> Finally, I have an excellent used Nitto model 177 (Noodle) which is 46 cm (and heat treated). Anyone want to trade a 41 or 42 cm 177 for this?

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> Regards,

>

> Jerry Moos

> Houston, TX