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    1993 Breezer Cloud 9

The Cloud 9 was a one year bike for 1993 and used the same frame as the Lightning model with lighter parts.  The original bike used an odd mix of Suntour and Shimano components with a Breezer crank and a whole host of Ti bolts.  The claimed weight was 20.9 pounds for a complete bike.  Production was about 50 units for the year.  This particular bike was likely stripped of its parts and sold as a frame only and then built with a pretty conventional Suntour XC Pro parts package.

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Frame Ritchey Logic Super Tubing by Tange
Fork Bontrager Composite
Rear Shock NA
Rims Ritchey Vantage Comp Rear, Vantage Pro Front
Hubs Suntour XC Pro Grease Guard
Spokes Wheelsmith SS
Tires Specialized Ground Control II Front Specialized Ground Master Rear
Pedals Onza HO
Crank Suntour XC Pro Micro Drive
Chain Sachs PC51
Rear Cogs Suntour 8 speed cassette Micro Drive
Bottom Bracket Suntour
Front Derailleur Suntour XC Pro Micro Drive
Rear Derailleur Suntour XC Pro Micro Drive
Shifters Suntour XC Pro thumb
Handlebars Black alloy
Stem Control Tech
Headset Ritchey
Brake set Suntour XC
Brake levers Suntour XC Pro
Saddle Avocet Air 40R O2
Seat Post Control Tech
Colors Blue/White with spears
Size 19" c-t
Serial #   H3VD021229
 

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