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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2005 1:02 am 
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This my '93 Koga Miyata TrailRunner Carbolite:

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The bolt on the downtube is intended for the mounting the Miyata CO2 cartridge holder

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A Bike Tree! (laaarger image)

Frame: Miyata Carbolite with alloy stays, glued and bolted construction
Fork: Miyata FatMax Alloy, glued and rivited brakebosses
Cranks: XTR m900
Front mech: XT
Rear mech: XT
Shifters: XT topmounts
BB: XT
Headset: DX
Hubs: XT
Canti's: Campagnolo Centaur
Levers: Campagnolo Centaur
Pedals: Campagnolo Centaur
Bar: X-lite blue
Stem: Syncros
Post: RaceFace XY
Saddle: Flite blue
Rims: Sun CR18 blue
Bottlecage: H2O blue

Furthermore: CrystalDesign chainring protection, stainless steel Miyata anti chainsuck thing, blue Zero Ti QR in front and blue Footwork brakeboosters

Sturdy, quirky, high profile Japanese ride

For more on Miyata visit my site Vintage Miyata


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2005 5:01 pm 
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An immaculate, clean and super sympathetic build. Don't get to see many Koga Miyatas here in the UK but I like that one.

Is it all NOS kit ?


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 05, 2005 7:13 pm 
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rutteger wrote:
An immaculate, clean and super sympathetic build.

Tnx!

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Don't get to see many Koga Miyatas here in the UK

Bummer. Miyatas have been sold in the US and Japan, but apparently not in the UK. Koga Miyatas were for NL, B, D, bit CH and DK I assume.

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but I like that one.

Tnx again!

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Is it all NOS kit ?

It once was. In '95.

It is only one of my not so small stable, so my bikes doesn't wear so quickly.


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