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Miyata One Thousand

Bike tags: Commuter | 63cm | fenders | steel | Sweden | more tags >>
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Miyata tripple butted, internal splines, 63 cm, 199? something

Sakae Randnner 44 cm bars, Concept stem to get the bars up (not original).

Miyata butted fork, cast crown, Shimano Ultegra headset

Wolber M 59 hard anodized rim, XT hub, Nokian tire

Wolber M 59 hard anodized rim, XT hub, Nokian tire

Shimano XT M730 cranks

Brooks Flyer, SR seat post

Deore pedals

Shimano 7-speed bar end shifters, XT front and back derailers

Tektro R200

7-speed drivetrain

In buildup... The current stem doesn't look good, but allow for trying a comfortable handlebar position. The original was too short and low. I will update and change pictures as I continue with trying out different components and setups.

As far as I know, Miyata never made a bigger 1000 frame. I would prefer a 66 cm, as my 100 is, but I will have to do with this. 63 is closer to what is generally recommended for my length and proportions, but I really like large frames and having the handlebars about level with the saddle. Something I find strange with this frame is that it haven't got a kickstand plate, a bit irritating actually.

People who friended this bike latron, jburnha, Huene, Sigback, sibkis

Nice collection

I enjoyed looking through your stable. Did you add the brake studs on the seat-stays or is this how they came to accommodate the wheel lock? Cheers

Some years the 610 and 1000

Some years the 610 and 1000 models had the brake bosses on the front of the seat stays to better accommodate rear panniers. I can't see any disadvantages with this setup really, and thinking of putting the brakes this way on an old road frame I'm doing a 650B conversion on.



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