[CR]Re: AW: Fake bianchi - Now Enik

Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2006 15:34:55 +0100
From: Wyndham Pulman-jones <simonpj@mac.com>
To: Michael Schmid <schmid@zunterer.com>
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cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
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Subject: [CR]Re: AW: Fake bianchi - Now Enik

Thanks Michael.

There is no Enik information on Classic Rendezvous yet. Do you have any sug gestions about how or where to find out more about the bikes that Enik was building in the 70's and early 80's?


Wyndham Pulman-Jones Girton, Cambs., UK.

On Monday, October 02, 2006, at 03:28PM, Michael Schmid <schmid@zunterer.co m> wrote:
>Hi Wyndham, Hi Kim,
>Kim is right, I was misled by the sellers residence but on furhter
>examination should have recognised the Enik branding.
>Michael Schmid
>Kanzlei Zunterer & Kollegen
>Schnitzschulstr. 18a
>82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen
>Tel.: +49 8821 798790
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>mail: schmid@zunterer.com
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: kim klakow [mailto:Akimbo71@gmx.net]
>Gesendet: Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 14:58
>An: Michael Schmid; simonpj@mac.com; classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
>Betreff: Fake bianchi - Now Enik
>Hi Michael, Hello Wyndham,
>I am sorry to say that although the info is very welcome, the fork is an
>Enik. They equipped the german national teams in the 70s. Nice bikes. I
>ride an early 90s aluminum one with a steel fork sporting this exact
>same logo. A good daily. Best, kim
>-------- Original-Nachricht --------
>Datum: Mon, 2 Oct 2006 12:05:32 +0200
>Von: "Michael Schmid" <schmid@zunterer.com>
>An: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org, simonpj@mac.com
>Betreff: [CR]AW: Fake bianchi
>> Hello Wyndham,
>> The engraving in the fork-crown could also be read as ES. As the
>> seller of the bike lives in Wolfratshausen near Munich this would
>> point to a local bike brand and store of Edi Strobl in Brunnthal. As
>> far as I know Edi Strobl is a former racer and has a nice shop for
>> some years now. The shop marketed his own frames under the ES brand
>> mainly in the seventies and eighties and probably aluminium frames
>> today. . I think their frames were ordered at some of the bigger
>> makers in close nothern italy. I have seen at least one steelframe
>> with a different ES engraving at the fork crown. The script was more
>> modern so the bike you have could be older. A lot of those bikes came
>> in fancy cromovelato finish, which goes together with the
>> chrome/nickel plating your frame. I remember those translucent
>> finishes being very nice new but not very solid. The pint chipped off
>> easily so someone might just have removed the rest of the finish to
>gain the chrome look. As the shop still exists you can contact them via
>> radsportstrobl@gmx.de
>> and might get some detailed informations. It is no wonder that the
>> sports Bianchi stickers since a former distributor sold a lot of
>> sets recently via the Internet. You can buy them almost alway on
>> ebay.
>> Best regard
>> Michael Schmid
>> Oberammergau
>> Germany
>> mail: schmid@zunterer.com
>> http://www.zunterer.com
>> -
>Kim Klakow
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