9.12.07

Miyata Catalog 1990 (100 Year Special Edition)
















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for posting these cataloga. I was finally able to identify my 1990 Miyata 1400. I thought it was a 914.

These are great bikes and they show up fairly often on ebay. Just don't bid against me please!

Clément said...

Wow, I can't thank you enough for posting these catalogs. I used to have a copy of the catalog but it disappeared in too many moves.
I bought by Miyata 600 GT in 1991 and I still own it. It's still in perfect shape with most of the original components.
Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting these catalogs. I have a Quickcross that I still ride. I bought it in 1991 but could not find it in that catalog. The closest I could find was in the 1990 catalog but my color is not listed. It's very dark green with a bear decal on the main tube. Maybe there was another 1990 catalog -not the 100 year edition -or these catalogs are not for US market?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting! I've finally found my bike which is a Trailrunner from 1990. I 've totally rebuilt the bike but the frame is still wonderful.

Anonymous said...

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Help, please. All recommend this program to effectively advertise on the Internet, this is the best program!

Anonymous said...

what would the ti frames for this year be worth bout now? anyone know?

Anonymous said...

Never thought I'd find my catalog on the net! You are a hero! Have a 1000 LT that has been a joy on so many rides. What a reliable bike.

Kevin Sullivan said...

Ahh, I couldn't remember how old my 414 was, but looks like it's a 1990 model, and still my primary bike. 200 lbs rider doing 500 plus miles per year, that must be 10,000 miles and still going, that is one strong frame. I now get young bike afficionado's calling out my all white 414 as "cool" as I ride by.

Thanks so much for keeping this history alive!

Anonymous said...

So great to see the original ad for my 1990 Country Runner. I've gone through four saddles since the Avocet seat, but the rest has been going strong. I just listed it to sell after having it for 20 years. Thanks for letting me see what great shape it still is in.

Anonymous said...

I just picked up a 600GT in absolutely mint shape with original miyata tires with the sprues still intact; maybe 2 kms on bike. I really appreciate the posting of the catalogues; I used it to find out more on the bike. Miyata rocks, by the way I have a triplecross that I've used extensively over the years; 16 years and 20000 kms later the bike rides as good as the day I bought it. Again, the catalogues are great!

Zac said...

Just purchased a nearly-rebuilt Quickcross. What a peculiar style of manufacturing. Thanks for the Catalog, that's the same color/year for certain!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the catalog, try to get moreinfo from it, but is too small. I got a miyata sportcross made in taiwan, is missing the seat and seat post. Try to get the right size from especifications, is a 25.4 mm? 25.6mm? Thanks! any info you can send it to me enriquepajueloc@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Would you please check to see if page 14 is missing from these 1990 catalog scans? I don't see the 1000 and maybe it is on there.

Thanks you for making these available to us. They are great.

Anonymous said...

" " Miyata 1000?

andy said...

Hey, I have numerous miyatas, I've owned probably around 14 of them, the question that I have is, where is the 1000 page for 1990 because I own one and cant find any info on where they were sold to the public... please let me know more info- andy