1992 Mountain Cycles San Andreas

Robert Reisinger had been a test rider for the Kawasaki motorcycle racing team in the 1980's.  After his racing days were over, he went to work on designing mountain bike which were obviously influenced by his throttle-twisting days.  The San Andreas came in one size and the top tube/seat angle could be changed by using the adjustable seat-pod assembly.  The suspension consists of a stack of 3 elastomers which came in different durometer ratings to change the stiffness of the shock.  The claimed travel was 2.5" which was fairly long travel in 1992.  This bike features a pretty conventional Shimano Deore XT build kit.   

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Frame Aluminum
Fork Rock Shox Mag 21
Rear Shock Mountain Cycles 3 stage elastomer
Rims Mavic M231
Hubs Shimano Deore XT
Spokes Wheelsmith double butted
Tires WTB  Velociraptor
Pedals Ritchey clipless
Crank Shimano Deore XT
Chain Shimano HG
Rear Cogs Shimano Deore XT 7 speed cassette
Bottom Bracket Shimano
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT short cage
Shifters Shimano Deore XT Rapid Fire +
Handlebars Answer Taper Lite 2, onZa bar ends
Stem Control Tech
Headset Shimano Deore XT 1.25" with Gorilla lock nut
Brake set Shimano Deore XT
Brake levers Shimano Deore XT Rapid Fire +
Saddle Specialized
Seat Post Control Tech
Colors natural aluminum
Size one-size, adjustable seat pod
Serial #   10592

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