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    1994 Crestone Peak SAS Expert 101 

For the era, this was one of the longest travel bikes available with a claimed 4.5" front suspension travel and 3" or rear travel.  The suspension was provided by three large rubber bands, one rear and 2 front.  Unfortunately, the band are missing on this one and we haven't been able to source replacements.  If anyone has a source, please let us know.  Check out the roller on the back of the seat tube to help locate the rear suspension as it moves through its travel.   Several models were available with this one being the most entry level version.

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1994 Crestone   1994 Crestone   1994 Crestone 
1994 Crestone   1994 Crestone

 

Frame 4130 Cro-Moly
Fork Crestone rubber band suspension
Rear Shock Crestone rubber band suspension
Rims Alloy 26"
Hubs Shimano Alivio
Spokes Zinc
Tires Smoke copy
Pedals Alloy with toe clip
Crank Shimano Alivio
Chain Shimano
Rear Cogs Shimano cassette
Bottom Bracket Crestone
Front Derailleur Shimano Alivio
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio
Shifters Shimano Alivio Rapidfire
Handlebars steel
Stem Steel quill
Headset Steel, threaded
Brake set Shimano Alivio cantilever
Brake levers Shimano Alivio with integrated shifters
Saddle Vapor
Seat Post Alloy, Laprade style
Colors Blue
Size medium
Serial #   PH3431515

 

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