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Tsunami Bikes. Anyone know anything?(4 posts)

Tsunami Bikes. Anyone know anything?TheWanderer
Oct 25, 2001 6:14 PM
I've been searching for a new frame for a while now, something mid to high end.
I'm considering the GT zr 2.0 at Chucksbikes.com for 300, but noticed these "Tsunami" frames they also have. The frames look decent, but their website doesn't reveal much. Anyone have any info?
Thanks,
TW
Company started by a local racer ( So Cal) Tomo HamasakiJS
Oct 26, 2001 7:09 AM
He's also an employee of Reynolds Composites (Ouzo Pro). Those frames were ridden last year by alot of very fast local riders who say they really liked them. I didn't personally witness any problems with them during racing or training last year. I believe they are welded locally( again So Cal.) using Easton elite tubing and a Med. comes in at around 2.6 lbs. If I didn't already have a good frame I'd consider purchasing one. Oh ya, for what it's worth, Steve Hegg raced on one last year.
Thanks for the info, and another question:TheWanderer
Oct 26, 2001 12:47 PM
Anyway you can get any type of contact info for me? Just curious about warantees and such.
Thanks,
TW
Opps, wrong frame.JS
Oct 28, 2001 9:19 PM
It looks like there are two Tsunami bikes out there. The ones I'm talking about are not the ones on Chucksbikes.com. If you look on the www.cyclesveloce.com website you'll see the bikes I'm taliking about. Sorry.