13.12.07

Miyata Catalog 1994










The 1994 Miyata Catalog is the last Catalog I received from Miyata Industry Co.,Ltd. Japan.
I would like to thank to Mr.Isao Kamei for his patience and perseverance.
Best regards,
Hernan P.Burgos(NANOBURGOS)

34 comments:

Tim said...

And all of us Miyata fans out here would like to thank YOU, Hernan, for providing this amazing wealth of information!

Tim Fricker, '86 Miyata 1000, '85 210

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting the catalogs!

I worked in shops that sold Miyata in Toronto during this era. First for Kirk Douglas at Cyclist Corner, and also for Leo at Local Motion, and Ian James at the Bicycle Spokesman. I sold at lot of these bikes!
Brings back great memories. I remember the Aero Miyata hanging at CyclistCorner2, boy, I wanted one of those!

Grant

Anonymous said...

1992 has a problem loading one of the spec pages.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! I love looking at the catalogs, as I just purchased a 1991 914SE. Still waiting to receive the bike, so looking at pictures is all I can do for now. THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for providing these pages. I purchased a Miyata Triplecross that someone outfitted for touring. Could not find much on the web other than this site.

Anonymous said...

WOW, thanks for going to the trouble to scan these and put them online. I bought a fully stock '88 Team Miyata as a racy way to taste the local variety of smog and I learned nearly every but the taste from your generousity.

Gyenge Áron said...

hi! I have a Koga-Myiata bike. This is a bike Made in Netherland. What is the diference between these to bikefactories?

uncle bob said...

I am trying to replace a tire for my Miyata; it's an odd size: 26 7/8 and all I can find is 27". Does anyone have a suggestion? Bob

RLTodd1@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting these catalogues. I have a 1991 or 92 RidgeRunner carbon frame MTB. I was living in Japan when I bought it and the models are somewhat different from what they shipped to the US.

It weighs only about 11 kg and has the carbon top tube, down tube and seat tube. The fork is cro-molly and the chain stays and seat stays are aluminum.

It has Suntour XC Expert brakes and drive train.

It's a very comfortable bike to ride and the carbon frame has held up well.

Mari said...

Thanks so much for posting these as I have a Miyata of my own.

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Nano Burgos said...

Hi gyenge aron:
Miyata Factory is only one and is located in Japan(Chigasaki) they sell frames and parts to Netherland and they assamble them.
Regards,
Hernan P.Burgos(NANOBURGOS)

Anonymous said...

Fantastic. Thanks for posting these.

Anonymous said...

I purchased a 1992-93 Miyata Duplicross Tandem this past summer. Wow, what a bike! This website has been great in discovering its history. Have also learned from your catalog postings what has been modified and changed. Have taken it back to original in several parts since. Thanks! Very cool!

Prime Online said...

Great site, can you identify what year this 110 frame is?

Prime Online said...

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=150321753662

Anonymous said...

Thanks for taking the time to put this information out. It allowed me to find out that I have a 1982 1000 Touring Frame and what the original concept was supposed to look like.

Bob from Orlando

Anonymous said...

I have a Myata 1100a but I can't tell what year it is or what it is worth. Any help out there?
Larry

Anonymous said...

I HAVE MIYATABICYCLE COMPETTITION SL WHO KNOW IT HOWMANY YEAR OLD

ChrisW said...

Amazing catalogue pages from the past. I found a small 'Miyata Temple' in Jogjakarta, Central Java.

2000s / 8000s / 10000s all almost new!

www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/page/?o=3Tzut&page_id=119411&v=r

pichuco34 said...

I bought a 1983 Miyata Mod.3-10 on that year and I have it never use it, the bike is all original w/ bunch of decals and original tires, I would like to know the value today, anybody can help
The frame is made of Molybendum, 20 speeds.

Anonymous said...

Great info on these great bikes. I am trying to find the original tires that came with my 1989 Miyata 1000. I've scoured the net without any success so if anyone has info on this, please let me know. The tires are: Miyata (Panaracer) Super Touring Nylon Belted, 700x32c SSW

Anonymous said...

I am restoring a Miyata 1000 (1983) and a Miyata 912 (1981). Can anyone direct me to a supply of frame decals for these old vintage Miyatas? Thanks, Hernan, for your help.

Dennis

vintage miyata bicycles said...

To all my friends.
I made a Blog for all the Miyata Bicycle Friends to post their beloved Miyatas, if you want your pictures posted please send them at NANOBURGOS
miyatabicycles@gmail.com
Regards,
NANOBURGOS

Dan said...

I still have my 1986 110 I bought second hand in 1987. It was the best bike I could afford, and Old Blue has about 45,000 miles on it now. Reading these pages brings me back to a very good time in my life, and I can't thank you enough for posting all this. Nice to know I am not alone.

Anonymous said...

flinda said I have a girls miyata pony tail bike 20 in .pale blue with all stickers in good cond.lights come on when pedaled.hand brakes/bellopens to a mirror/looks all orginal. does anyone know how much its worth? thanks linda jacksonville

RV said...

Maybe one of you would be able to answer a question for me: What is that little steel loop on the drive-side chainstay? Thanks.

vintage miyata bicycles said...

To:RV
From:Nano Burgos
This steel loop(you mention) is to hang the chain when yo take the rear wheel off.
Regards,
Nano burgos

james mcdonald said...

I'm still riding mine purchased in Tallahassee in 1973 .

Anonymous said...

I'm still riding my orange Miyata Purchased in 1973 in Tallahassee. Rides great.

Luis said...

Excelente informacion. Estoy reconstruyendo una Miyata, creo que de los años 70, el serial empiesa por la letra "D", Alguie me podria decir cual es el modelo exacto. Mil gracias. Mi coreo es: la.guabina@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting these catalogs. They're a great resource.

Bill in Reno
1984 Miyata 1000
1993 Miyata 1000

Anonymous said...

pls. can somebody help me identify my miyata bicycle with the serial number Z408830

Nano Burgos said...

To:
Anonimous
Sorry to answer your question so late about your serial number starting with Z Z408830, according to the information I have, could be Made in Japan in 1997.
Regards,
Hernan
Note:
I published in Miyata Vintage Bicycles all the info about serial numbers.