Found this frame in the very small town of Deming, New Mexico. It has quite an interesting story. It belonged to Olympic Medalist and former Head of Electronic Data Systems Global (Team EDS), Nick Chenowth. Nick was the guy who ran the cycling side of EDS but was later caught lining his own pockets with company money. The Frame was then sold by Nick's people at the Frisco, Texas Superdome to help pay for legal fees. The frame was then raced on the track until it found its way to Deming, New Mexico where i came across it. Besides for a some paint chips, the frame is in fantastic condition. From Koichi Yamaguchi: "The Team EDS bike is one of the Nick's frame. I made few frame for Nick's that frame for the Sprint event. Your pictured frame are built for Master's World Championships use. Frame tube is Yamaguchi Design True-Temper Aero tubing. Fin section is titanium-epoxy bonding. This is very expensive and very difficult to work with each EDS frame is custom fit mold to finish the fin section. (and all Yamaguchi frame is only one person (me) built/finish the each frames.This picture, you see how big Nick is. Coach, pushing Nick is USA & EDS Track Coach Skip Cutting. (former Olympian) He is 6' 2" "
Yamaguchi Team EDS track
FSA Vigorelli ISIS Drive
From Article: "Founder Nick Chenowth is an active Category 1 track cyclist who has coached or managed track cyclists to gold medals at the State, Regional, National, Olympic and World Championship level. Nick is the first person over the age of 40 to be recognized by the UCI for riding a 200 meter time trial in under 11 seconds. He has also set records for the 200 meter in Columbia, France, the U.K. and the U.S. Nick has won Gold medals in match sprint, tandem match sprint, team sprint, kilo and 500 meter TT. At both the elite and masters competition. Over 25 gold medals in State and Regional Championships. Over 20 gold medals at National Championships. 9 gold medals Masters World Championships"
Added by Bubba. Last updated almost 3 years ago.
As of almost 3 years ago, Bubba has indicated that they no longer own this bike.