Koga Miyata Road Winner
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Model: Road Winner
Brand: Koga Miyata
Category: Road Race
Years: 1979 - 1993
Country: Netherlands
Production: Individual Hand Crafted
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: 28 inch
Added By: chisu on 12/04/15
Updated By: tmundry67 on 02/22/18
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Model General Information
The Roadwinner model was designed as a lower end race bike of Koga Miyata's portfolio, however with clear ambition for sports and training. It was produced between 1979 and 1993 according to the available archived catalogues on the Koga Miyata website. The first models were steel whereas the latest frames were made from carbon/aluminum. The steel of the earlier models was called "high manga" obviously a mixture with high Manganese content and a proprietary steel material used by the Koga Miyata frame factory as not seen on other bikes/frames. The design / color of the frame and the set of components was changed almost every year, but Shimano components were used throughout mostly. So this model was developed with time as all other Koga Miyata race bikes of the upper and top model lines (e.g. Full Pro)
Primary Example:Koga Miyata Road Winner
Years:N/ASold As:Unknown
Bottom Bracket:English/ISO: 1.370 x 24Brake Mounting:
Brake Bridge:Derailleur Cable Routing:
Lug Style:Brake Guides:
Fork Style:Seat Stays:
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Rear Dropouts:Color(s):
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Frame Serial Numbers(click to expand)
Serial NumberFrame DetailYearAdded By
J542010Koga Miyata Road Winner (1981-1982)1981tmundry67
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