Koga Miyata Touring Pro Randonneur from the 1980s. In the mid 1980s the development of Randonneurs and touring bikes hit a peak in quality that was unsurpassed for the next decades. Especially one brand stuck out: Koga Miyata. The reliability and rideability of their bikes is unquestioned.
Here we present a stunning Koga Miyata Touring Pro Randonneur from the 1980s. The frame is made of Hardlite FM2 tubes. And as any other Koga´s Randonneur, the wheelbase is long enough to cushion roadshocks but short enough to provide a good handling. It also can take up to three bottle holders.
The bike is furthermore equipped with the best parts of its time, including Shimano Deore XT. Brooks leather handlebar tape is wrapped around the special travelling bike bar and a matching Brooks B17 is put on the bike, just waiting for you to brake it in.
The whole bike is now running on reliable Panaracer Pasela PT tires with anti-puncture layer
|Size (Center-Top)||60 cm|
|Top Tube||58 cm|
|Head Tube||17.5 cm|
|Crankset||Shimano Biopace Triple 175mm, 48 x 36 x 28|
|Seat||Brooks B17 Narrow Brown|
|Rims||Wolber Super Champion Alpine 700C clinchers|
|Tires||Panaracer Pasela PT 25-622|
|Stem||Sakae Ringyu Royal 75mm|
|Stembar||Sakae Ringyu 4Champion 20mm|