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 Post subject: clonago road and mtbs
PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:39 pm 
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looking for a colnago master or similar to keep the merckx company in a shed full of mtbs :!:, however i would not turn my nose up at another mtb either.
god!, it is an addiction.


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Hi Superswin,

I want to shrink my roadbike collection a bit as I never ride them.

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It is the 2nd. Frame is identical, but instead of 'Pro Miyata' there is 'Koga Miyata' in the panels. Furthermore the fork is chrome. Condition doesn't differ much from the bike pictured :) Groupset is Dura Ace EX.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 11:27 pm 
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Not wishing to hijack the thread but if Superswin is not interested I may be, especially as I'm in the Netherlands mid October!

Elev12k, what size is your Koga Miyata with the Dura Ace AX?

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Coming to NL: In case you want information on nice trails or whatever, let me know.

Size is 58 c-t

It is DA EX :wink:


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Doh, clearly EX not AX when I actually look at the photo closely. Lovely anyway.

I guess the size is a 57 (from the sizes on the photo), sadly too small for me.

I'll mail you re. trails etc. if that's ok.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2006 11:11 am 
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Hi Ed,

The bike on the pic has not the groupset I have on my bike. The bike pictured probably has 1st gen DA.

I measured the bike myself. They must have labelled it wrong. It is no way near 58cms c-t! 56cm c-t or 55 c/c.

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