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1980ís Miyata Team 59cm beautiful condition!

Old 09-05-22, 04:15 PM
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1980ís Miyata Team 59cm beautiful condition!

Beautiful 59cm frame. Awesome red paint scheme. Full campy throughout. This bike is fast, but too large for me. Asking $700 w/ shipping available. Sorry for the lack of details.
I will upload more info this week. In the e meantime ask away





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Old 09-05-22, 04:22 PM
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Oh wow! I've never been a big fan of Miyatas, but that looks great. Too bad that it overlaps with my Fuji Design Series, but I bet it rides just as nice.
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Interested in full frame measurements. Beautiful!
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Where are you located in case local pickup is an option?
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Where are you located in case local pickup is an option?
Iím located in Grand Rapids Michigan. Thanks for the reminder.
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59cm center to center, or center to top?
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for help I believe this to be an 87 sold as frame only originally

catalog lists 58 cm frame as having 55 cm top tubv and 60 cm frame as having 56 CM top tube

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https://www.ragandbone.ca/PDFs/Miyat...logue%2087.pdf
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Originally Posted by squirtdad View Post
for help I believe this to be an 87 sold as frame only originally

catalog lists 58 cm frame as having 55 cm top tubv and 60 cm frame as having 56 CM top tube

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https://www.ragandbone.ca/PDFs/Miyat...logue%2087.pdf
Yeah, thanks. I've spent way too much time on that puppetry site. Curious if this is the 58cm, or the 60cm. Hard to tell from the photo.
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here are some measurements:

Seat tube is 59cm ctc
top tube is 56cm ctc
head tube is 19cm overall
stem is 120mm ctc
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Originally Posted by LBCwanabe View Post
here are some measurements:

Seat tube is 59cm ctc
top tube is 56cm ctc
head tube is 19cm overall
stem is 120mm ctc
Great, thanks. That's perfect.
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Great, thanks. That's perfect.

Cool! I think I can make this bike fit w/ a shorter stem. Itís so light and the group feels ultra tight. Like a Rolex on wheels. Iíd like to make it work, but Iíd rather sell it.
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Cool! I think I can make this bike fit w/ a shorter stem. Itís so light and the group feels ultra tight. Like a Rolex on wheels. Iíd like to make it work, but Iíd rather sell it.
I hear you. That long stem with the shorter top tube will be just right for me. Now, I just gotta justify buying another bike. That's the hard part.
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Iím located in Grand Rapids Michigan.
My style, my size, my townÖ just not my budget! This one will haunt me for a minute. GLWS!
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33" ish standover?



No, I can't, I can't
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for anybody on the edge, the ride of my 84 and 85 frames is super ..... just sayin
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Great job on the photos, man. Do you have info on the build? You build it up from a frame?
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Can you retake some of the photos and clamp the bike on the seat post. Clamping the tube freaked me out. 😬
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Can you retake some of the photos and clamp the bike on the seat post. Clamping the tube freaked me out. 😬
Lol. It took longer than I expected for someone to mention this! Here are some pics w/ the tube protector removed. Iíll get a full build list worked up this week. I apologize for it taking so long. I am unfamiliar with Campagnolo parts.



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Still hoping for a little more info on the build. Did you build it up? Wheels spin alright? Been serviced lately? Pictures tell most of the story. They're very well done. Just a little more curious.
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im sorry it took so long to get this compiled. I donít know a ton about Campy parts, but Iíve tried to add as much info as I can. If youíd like to see detailed pics of any one specific part feel free to ask. Rear derailleur: campagnolo record?

Front derailleur: campagnolo record?

Brakes: Campagnolo

Brake levers Campagnolo

BB: Campagnolo standard English w/ reverse thread drive side

Crankset: Campagnolo Strada 172.5

Hubs: Specialized w/ specialized skewers

Rims: Mavic MA40

Headset: Campagnolo brev. Italy

Seatpost: campagnolo brev. Intern 26.8mm

Handlebars: Cinelli 64-40

Stem: Cinelli

Shifters: Campagnolo



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Still hoping for a little more info on the build. Did you build it up? Wheels spin alright? Been serviced lately? Pictures tell most of the story. They're very well done. Just a little more curious.
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I bought this and another bike, along with a bunch of tools and 4 wheel sets from a guy who was a semi-pro cyclist and tried out for the 1984 Olympics. I donít know many of the details other than he didnít end up competing.

the Miyata was his official ďOlympic eraĒ bike. He said it was Miyatas across the board for the whole team. Which team this was, Iím not sure.

The Oschner was his more used bike which he did semi pro races with.

Iíve disassembled the Miyata, relubed and replaced consumables. The components are original, just cleaned and lubed.

As a side note: the paint on the Oschner is not the greatest factory quality, but the metal itself is very shines chrome!


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Still hoping for a little more info on the build. Did you build it up? Wheels spin alright? Been serviced lately? Pictures tell most of the story. They're very well done. Just a little more curious.

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I bought this and another bike, along with a bunch of tools and 4 wheel sets from a guy who was a semi-pro cyclist and tried out for the 1984 Olympics. I donít know many of the details other than he didnít end up competing.

the Miyata was his official ďOlympic eraĒ bike. He said it was Miyatas across the board for the whole team. Which team this was, Iím not sure.

The Oschner was his more used bike which he did semi pro races with.

Iíve disassembled the Miyata, relubed and replaced consumables. The components are original, just cleaned and lubed.

As a side note: the paint on the Oschner is not the greatest factory quality, but the metal itself is very shines chrome!





People sleep on Oschner. They made some nice bikes.
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