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1993 KHS Montana Pro. 24.4lbs

Andy BAndy B Posts: 8,115
edited January 2011 in Your mountain bikes
Here is my latest project, a 1993 KHS Montana Pro 8)

Spec list

1993 16" KHS Montana Pro
True Temper OXII butted tubing
Mag20 fork with Mag21 canti bridge
Stronglight headset
OE Zoom stem
Amoeba Titanium bars
Cube sponge lock on grips
OE Kalloy Uno seatpost (date stamped 07.94)
OE Bontrager Ti saddle
X-Lite Ti seatpost bolt
OE XT M095 brake levers with shifter pods
OE XT M736 front mech
OE XT M735 SGS rear mech
OE XT M730 crank arms (polished by the Lord of the Sith)
Ritchey 24/34/46t chain rings
KMC X8 99 chain
Sram PG730 12-32t cassette
BB UN54 bottom bracket (searching for a OE XT BB to replace this)
Alivio canti brakes with M System pads
Clarks white outer cabling and silver ferrules
DX hubs with Mavic 217 Sup rims with DB spokes (OE XT M730/M732 hubs with Mavic CD231 wheelset & OE XT Skewers en route)
Charge Splashback 1.8" amberwall tyres
Schwalbe AV14 lightweight inner tubes
Xpedo M-Force XP-XMF4AC SPD pedals

*OE = Original catalogue spec equipment.

Weight 24.41lbs/11.07Kg

Now for the pics...

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  • Good work, frame looks in good nick. NOS or re-sprayed?
  • Andy BAndy B Posts: 8,115
    Frame is quite tatty once you look close enough ;)

    Original paint, decals under lacquer, just a couple of hours worth of cleaning & waxing last night. You can't quite make it out, but the paint isn't just plain purple, it has loads of tiny pink metallic speckles in it too 8)

    I'll be finding out how it rides tomorrow at Thetford....

    ...It'll be an interesting shakedown ride, I've not ridden a bike with a stem that long in 20 years :lol:
  • I think the colour hides the marks well.

    Stem length takes some getting used to. I took my clockwork out for the first proper ride yesterday, 150mm stem and 560mm bars. seemed a little twitchy under normal riding conditions, then I went to stand up to get the power down and nearly ended up in a hedge :shock:

    Think I've nailed it now though.
  • Andy BAndy B Posts: 8,115
    It does hide the battle scars well, only a little rust bubbling on the seatstay bridge, but nothing terminal, tis in great condition for a 18year old bike, same goes for your Clockwork, hiding under the grime was a great bike too

    I'll bear in mind your near hedge incident :lol:
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