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Updated 5.18.2015                            Special Thanks to the Yellow Jersey, Ltd

        3Rensho has had great success, both domestically in Japan and Internationally. Beginning as Cyclone Cycles, then 3 Rensho (3 victories) it now has been absorbed by former shop foreman Masahiko Makino.

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Mr. Yoshi Konno, (Yoshi Miyakawa) one time master builder of 3Rensho, younger brother of Mr. Hitoshi Konno of CHERUBIM.
This picture was taken in New York City's Central Park by the late Stuart Meyers, American Bicyclist Magazine.

Information on the Yellow Jersey site
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Mid 1980s (?) brochure on FixedGearForum

Re: Serial numbers: No sequencing can be discerned to aid in dating, but a capital "A" was a designation of Yellow Jersey Bikes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, while a capital "C" was a Japanese model for domestic consumption. (Thanks to NC on Facebook)

Radical pursuit bike of the 1970s.

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1978 3RENSHO 'Track Modulo'

Top of the line frame at the time, as verified by Yamaguchi-san to have been built by his hand in the first year of 3RENSHO's existence (then known as "Cherubim Cycles" after his brother's also-famed Cherubim shop.) This frame features  Ishiwata 019 tubing, chromed Shimano ends, Tange lugs, Cinelli fastback seat stays  and fork crown, and a Nikko bottom bracket."                                   Sasha Eysymontt


Early 1980s catalog courtesy of David Simmons

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Roman Stankus' custom Katana


Nelson Vails, Olympic medalist, on a San Rensho.

A later road frame set

Frame above built up by Art Spivack:

Art's Keiren 3Rensho: 


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