Nagasawa Special Keirin (NJS) Frameset
There are many legends coloring Nagasawa’s career. After graduating from college, he went to Italy in 1970. Being a trainee at Pogliaghi, then spent the next six years at De Rosa learning from him.
In 1976, Nagasawa met with Koichi Nakano, who had just graduated from Keirin School a year before. In ’77, these two started working together, which their combined efforts created a cycling legend; 10 consecutive world Championship sprint titles.
- Condition: Newly Restored
- Seat Tube: 58cm
- Top Tube: 54.5cm
- Seatpost Diameter: 27.2mm
- Color: White
- Weight: 2.55kg
- Frame, Fork & Headset.
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