1985 Fisher Comp

This bike is part of the MOMBAT collection and is NOT FOR SALE.  Please check out our Vintage Bikes for Sale page to see all of our current offerings.

Shortly after Tom Ritchey stopped making frames for Fisher Mountain Bikes, Gary went looking for other builders. One of the early builders was Tom Teesdale, who built this particular frame.  From the serial number, we know that this was the 53rd 19" Competition frame built by Tom.  This one is painted in the team red/yellow/black fade and built up with typical parts of the era.

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Frame Tange Prestige, fillet brazed
Fork Unicrown fillet brazed
Rear Shock NA
Rims Saturae 26 x 1.5"
Hubs Shimano Dura Ace
Spokes DT Stainless steel
Tires Ritchey Force 2.0
Pedals Suntour XC
Crank  Shimano FC-6206
Chain Shimano UG
Rear Cogs Shimano 600 6 speed freewheel
Bottom Bracket Sealed cartridge bearing, press fit
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT FD-M700
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT RD-M700
Shifters Shimano Deore XT
Handlebars Fisher Bulge
Stem Fisher, fillet brazed, stub mount
Headset Specialized steel
Brake set Shimano MC-70 front canti, Suntour XC Roller Cam rear
Brake levers Shimano 4 finger BL-M700
Saddle Avocet Touring II
Seat Post Suntour XC
Colors Yellow/Red/Black team fade
Size 19"
Serial #   TT 19C53


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