1992 Mountain Goat Deluxe  

The first Mountain Goat bikes all used the ovalized tubing which was made by Phil Wood by using wooden rollers and flattening a tandem boom tube. As more models were added, this model became known as the Deluxe.  The idea was to make the tubing more shock absorbing which would lead to a more comfortable ride.  The extra tube manipulation and fillet brazed construction made the Deluxe the most expensive model.    The paint is Nouveau Flames over a brushed green base.

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Frame Ovalized Cro-Moly, fillet brazed
Fork Cro-Moly, fillet brazed
Rear Shock NA
Rims Sun Chinook Hard Anodized
Hubs Ringle
Spokes Stainless Steel
Tires Specialized Ground Control Black Max
Pedals Suntour XC Compe
Crank Cook Bros. Racing
Chain SRAM
Rear Cogs Sachs 7 speed freewheel
Bottom Bracket Kona Ti
Front Derailleur Suntour XC Pro
Rear Derailleur Suntour XC Pro
Shifters Suntour XC Pro thumb shifters
Handlebars Syncros w/ onZa bar ends
Stem Syncros
Headset Suntour XC Pro Grease Guard
Brake set Dia Compe 987
Brake levers Dia Compe SS-5
Saddle Fisher Trail Tail
Seat Post Syncros
Colors Nouveau Flames over brushed green base
Size 19"
Serial #   1992D159


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