Anyone know anything about Bridgestone Japanese bikes?

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mattcooke
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by mattcooke

I have had an eye for these ever since I raced in Australia. Maybe they are just normal carbon bikes, I don't know.
It would be great to have a bike no one else has but are they good bikes also?

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toiyuet
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by toiyuet

1. For many years, Japan National cycling team (RB or XC)member ride them.

2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridgestone%E2%80%93Anchor

mattcooke
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by mattcooke

Thanks. I know that team. I see their track bikes at a shop here in Boulder, but I was hoping to someone had ridden one of their top end roadies.

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by istigatrice

Haven’t ridden one but I’m willing to bet their roadies would be really good. Their track bikes are amazing, and they appear to care enough about trail to use a different offset fork for each size on their roadies. Definitely not a “normal” carbon bike.
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