Go to the gallery on this forum and check out the Bontrager manuals.
The geometry are in those.
Looks a nice bike
Seeing as you are going period more or less, maybe an XTR M900 seat post?
I use one myself and it´s really light, period and steel...
Thanks Bonty 98. Have just downloaded both '94 catalogues from the archive, but they're both in German! Therefore, although there's a table of numbers that I can see, I'm still none the wiser if these frames were built assuming they'd get a suspension fork or rigid fork on the front end? Could it be either and im right to try to find out, or is it a completely irrelevant point and I can just stick any old fork on it?
I've been advised specifically that if the frame was built for suspension forks, sticking a standard rigid fork on it will completely balls up the handling. Is this correct?
Agree with the XTR seatpost, but the Bonty has a 26.8 seattube so a bit more limited in general availability. I do have a carbon Titec/Bontrager seatpin ready for it, but it's sadly missing the lower half of the seatclamp so presently trying to source a broken donor for the spares.... I think I've also got a 26.8 Syncros seatpin kicking about in the garage somewhere if not.
Rossin Concept MTB 1990 - Full XTR M900
Litespeed Ocoee Titanium MTB 1992 - Grafton / Bullseye / Syncros / XTR
LeMond Z Team Issue SLX 1991 - Full Corsa Record / Sigma
LeMond GAN Team Issue GLX 1993 - Full Dura Ace (7400)