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1989 Park Pre Road (Conejo Velo Team Issue)

Bike tags: Road bike | Conejo Velo Club | Dura Ace 7400 | Park Pre | Park Precision
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Park Pre (Conejo Velo Team Issue) / 56cm / 1989

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I am the original owner of this bike, which was my race bike as a teenager. It was a team bike provided to the Conejo Velo Club junior team members. THe bike originally came equipped with first generation Shimano 105 parts group, which I upgraded to Dura Ace when I restored the bike earlier this year (2012).

Park Pre (short for Park Precision) was co-founded by Cozy Yamakoshi former lead project manager & designer at Western States Imports, the company that brought out the Centurion and Diamond Back lines. After leaving WSI/Diamond Back, Cozy co-founded Park Pre in 1989. They are primarily known for their MTBs, but did offer a small selection of road and TT bikes too. (The ParkPre name was subsequently sold to an Italian firm that is still in business but is the same company in name only.)

People who friended this bike cobrafeet, veggie, the fumingator, Roni Solomon DDS, parkman14, cannonhugodale, knapprobert, campystamp, BlueDevil, Beckets, marco900, per.k

Homeboy! Bay Trail, between Point Isabel and Richmond Marina!

That's one of my regular rides, but I haven't been out north of Berkeley Marina since the last fire out at the Chevron refinery in August. Is the air clean enough to work out without gagging?

Yes, it is. 2 months is

Yes, it is. 2 months is plenty of time for any burnoff to have blown awy or fallen to the ground. But know you are taking air quality advice from an internet stranger. ;)

That's a great stretch of the trail, but to be honest I don't often venture much past this spot near Pt. Isabel, and haven't ridden within a couple miles of the refinery. Usually head out east.

Thanks for the nice words,

Thanks for the nice words, folks.



nice bike, and a nice

nice bike, and a nice story.The dura ace on it is perfect. Enjoy

This is great, especially

This is great, especially because you are the OG owner

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