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Bianchi NTH Lugged Steel MTB

Old 04-13-15, 01:30 PM
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Bianchi NTH Lugged Steel MTB

I realize it's borderline on calling this vintage, but as Taiwanese aluminum robot-welded MTBs land in Vintage sales, I guess it's ok to post a mid-90's lugged steel Italian MTB here.

Practically new, probably 16.5" with typically long top tube and full LX group, and a nicely matching 1" aheadset stem.

Columbus Cyber MTB Tubeset.

Plans are to build it up with the Campagnolo 8-Speed MTB group with drop bars on my 1991 Stumpjumper, and ride it this summer.

















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That looks pretty pristine. I would have a hard time not riding as is. I would look for another recipient for the Campy MTB group.
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Great find. I never heard of Cyber tubing.
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Who wouldn't be excited about riding a made in Italy mtb? How cool is that? This bike just kicks the old jealousy meter right over the top,
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Wow, great frame! Are those horizontal dropouts btw?
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It's so pretty I'd hate to get it muddy. I love that little one-armed canti cable stop in the rear.
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that is super cool.
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Gorgeous condition. Love the color. Now go get it dirty!
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Originally Posted by american psycho View Post
Plans are to build it up with the Campagnolo 8-Speed MTB group with drop bars on my 1991 Stumpjumper, and ride it this summer.
Looks pretty much built already, to me. I'd just do what you said after the comma.
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