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Nishiki Cascade Early 90s MTB, purple & teal, 16in/40cm/XXS

Nishiki Cascade Early 90s MTB, purple & teal, 16in/40cm/XXS

Regular price $549.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $549.00 USD
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Very good condition Nishiki vintage rigid mountain bike with a higher end build, from about 1992-1995, with only light wear, stored indoors for its lifetime. The paint is a shimmery ombré teal fading into blue and purple. It’s made in the USA with full Cro-Mo double butted steel frame and Cro-Mo steel fork. The paint has a few nicks and scratches from some use, but overall it’s in good condition. It rides super smooth!

3x8 speed drivetrain with a Sugino Impel crank, Shimano STX RC front derailleur, Shimano Deore LX rear derailleur, and grip shifters. Shimano STX RC Cantilever rim brakes and Dia-Compe Power Control 7 brake levers. Light blue machined stem, silver riser bars with translucent grips and bullhorn bar end attachments to give more hand position options for comfort and versatility on long rides. 

Mavic 236 26” aluminum rims, made in France, with black Shimano Deore LX Parallax hubs, stainless steel spokes and 26x2.1” Panaracer knobby mountain tires (Dart V on the front and Smoke V on the rear) for trail riding.  

Cushy suspension seat and Rock Shox suspension seat post, for a very comfortable ride, with a black Trek rear rack and bottle rack, and Apex design rear fender. The rack has a few surface scratches and the seat had a scuff on the left side. Black Greenfield kickstand.

This makes a great all terrain or rigid mountain bike, and can be used for gravel rides and even bikepacking. With smoother tires it could even make a great commuter or city bike. 

Professionally tuned up and ready to ride. Comes with a 30 day guarantee on mechanical issues. Contact us if you’d like to schedule a test ride appointment at our Fremont, Seattle location or we ship anywhere in the US!

Shipped bikes come with some basic assembly required - we recommend you get it assembled by a professional mechanic and you can even have it shipped directly to your local bike shop for your convenience. Receipt of assembly by a mechanic is required for mechanical guarantee claims on shipped bikes.

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