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    1982 Mountain Goat Escape Goat

The Escape Goat was an attempt at making a more entry level Mountain Goat.  The frames were TIG welded as opposed to the pricier fillet brazing and the fork was an off-the-shelf part. The first Escape Goat reference I have found is from July of 1982.  This bike has an 020282 serial number which should make it the 2nd 20" frame in 1982.  One interesting detail is the seat tube junction which uses a short section of ovalized tubing.  Parts package includes the TA cranks, MAFAC brakes and Suntour drive train.

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Frame Cro-Moly
Fork Cro-Moly sand cast crown
Rear Shock NA
Rims Araya 7X
Hubs Suzue, nutted rear
Spokes Stainless Steel
Tires Specialized Ground Control
Pedals SR MP 130
Crank TA Cyclo Tourist
Chain Sedis
Rear Cogs Suntour 6 speed freewheel
Bottom Bracket Specialized
Front Derailleur Suntour AR
Rear Derailleur Suntour AR
Shifters Suntour Mighty
Handlebars MountainBikes fillet bullmoose
Stem MountainBikes fillet bullmoose
Headset Shimano 600
Brake set MAFAC
Brake levers Magura forged
Saddle Ideale leather
Seat Post SR Laprade
Colors Light Sky Blue
Size 20"
Serial #   022082
 

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