• 04-29-2020
    stripeguru
    80's STS SUNDANCE...any info?
    Hi everyone, my name is Andras, I'm new here.
    I ride a vintage cro-mo fully rigid 26er that was most likely made around 1990.
    I need some help if any of you are familiar with the make, as I've never heard of it.
    It is labelled STS, SUNDANCE in neon pink vinyls.
    It has Shimano Exage 300 LX groupset, Araya alloy rims, and is made of Tange 5 tubes and fork.
    I know it was never a race machine, but neither a low-end bike.
    I enjoy riding it very much, and it cost my 25 bucks, so although I don't know the brand, I had to buy it!
    Any info on the bike would be much appreciated!

    PS: I've tried to upload photos but I'm having technical issues, sorry.
    Thanks
  • 04-29-2020
    MattiThundrrr
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    Tange tubing is a good sign. Could it be a Fuji Sundance?
    Attachment 1328393

    https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...ce-1985-a.html
  • 04-29-2020
    stripeguru
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by MattiThundrrr View Post
    Tange tubing is a good sign. Could it be a Fuji Sundance?
    Attachment 1328393

    https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...ce-1985-a.html

    thanks for the reply but the brand Fuji is not mentioned on the bike at all. And my bike has nearly all original parts and doesn't look like the one you linked to.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LJe...w?usp=drivesdk
  • 04-29-2020
    MattiThundrrr
    Can't see your link without setting up a googl account, and I doubt that IT dept would smile fondly on me if I did...
  • 04-29-2020
    stripeguru
    sorry I will figure out later how to embed photos. I am totally new here
  • 04-29-2020
    eshew
    Looks like a decent rider. I'd ditch those cranks as they do look pretty walmart-esque. Outside of those cranks looks like a solid rider.
  • 04-29-2020
    stripeguru
    Yes, I know what you mean. I have the original cranks but they have BioPace chainrings that I want to replace with round ones. Once done, I'll get the original one back on the bike.