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Bridgestone MB4

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Bridgestone MB4 (Mid 80's)

Ritchey Handlebars and Stem w/ Cyclepro Extenders

Cromoloy Bridgestone Fork w/ Cane Creek Headset

26" MTB Unknown

26" MTB Unkown

Sugino GP

Unity/Aluminum

Aluminum/Shimano

Shimano Deore' 3sp x 7sp (21sp)

Dia Compe Cantilever brakes with Pull Levers

Rigid (None)

I actually found this bike a couple years ago and it has turned out be quite the workhouse. The tires were completely flat when I found it, but other than that, this thing can take a beating like the best of them.

People who friended this bike Kong, RollingThunder, the fumingator, bikehomero

Solid

Kaybin,

I've a friend who rides a Bridgestone racer and swears by them as a make. I'd never even heard of them, but his ride is beautiful. You can tell, despite the murkiness of the photo, that you've got a well made machine there.
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He that knows nothing will believe anything.

I cannot imagine how the clockwork of the universe can exist without a clockmaker.

Yes. This bike has

Yes. This bike has basically been found in the backyard and never had a dime spent on it besides the saddle and the extenders. I have probably put about 300 miles on it in just over a year and have juts not gotten around to cleaning it. ;)

It is a workhorse and this bike is apparently the reason that all other modern day mountain bikes exists because of these. They were laughed at when first revealed at the bicycle/vehicles show and since then have become the staple of design of a profitable selling mountain bike.

Standard Diamond shape frame but with different forks and components and handlebars and it is an entirely versatile bike with lots of longevity. I will get a cleaner picture up very soon.



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