There is a Bianchi shop in Bardolino. I wonder if it is his. I will ask around next time I am there which is pretty often.
Angel Garcia Verona, Italy
On 1/13/06, sebastian richter <email@example.com> wrote:
> hi all!
> some time ago, someone gave me an italian race bike for helping her
> moving to a new flat. the bike is nearly fully equiped with rino
> components, even the saddle...
> what i like to know, does anybody know the frame manufacturer? the logos
> say something like 'ecardi' (however the 'e' in front of the logo is
> mirrored so the open side is to the left...). the frame is of course
> lugged steel, no tube decals, fully chromed and the main tubes laquered
> in a shiny bronze.
> i saw such a frame on ebay once, the seller said 'ecardi' means enzo
> cardi and that this was a former giro participant. i googled myself a
> bit, the only one i found is ezio cardi, participant in 1973, today
> propably owner of a bike shop in
> bardolino, italy.
> thanks a lot
> sebastian richter