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Rearview Mirror: Eki Cyclery on Dillingham closes after 109 years, and other musings

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                                Eki Cyclery location at 681 S. King St. Eki Cyclery, which opened in 1911, is closing after 109 years in Hawaii.

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    Eki Cyclery location at 681 S. King St. Eki Cyclery, which opened in 1911, is closing after 109 years in Hawaii.

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                                Frank V. Schwinn, left, president of Schwinn Bicycle Co., and Eki Cyclery founder Toichi Eki stand at the entrance to the original Eki Cyclery location at 681 S. King St. Eki Cyclery, which opened in 1911, is closing after 109 years in Hawaii.

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    Frank V. Schwinn, left, president of Schwinn Bicycle Co., and Eki Cyclery founder Toichi Eki stand at the entrance to the original Eki Cyclery location at 681 S. King St. Eki Cyclery, which opened in 1911, is closing after 109 years in Hawaii.

The owners of Eki Cyclery on Dillingham Boulevard announced recently that they were closing at the end of this month after 109 years in business. I hate to see venerable old companies shut their doors. Read more

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