Picked this up a couple of days ago for a really great price. It the only bike I have that is younger than me, and I love it. 1996 Kona A'ha Cruiser with 18" frame. Pretty uncommon Cook Bros. style 26" mountain/BMX/cruiser hybrid which was the predecessor to the "Stars and Bars" curved tube A'ha and the humuhumu-nukunuku-apua'a. As far as I know, the 1996 model was the most expensive A'ha/Humu Kona has offered. Awesome metallic orange paint, Project 2 front fork, Nexus Inter 7 rear hub with rapidfire shifter, canti brake and coaster brake (good for rainy climates like Portland), rides really nice. The previous owner was a 60-something woman who had it set up for touring and babied it. Since it was set up as a touring bike, it has street tires and was loaded with a ton of accessories, which I stripped off. -Kirtland Tour Pak panniers (these have not been made in about 20 years and are considered the best rear panniers) -Jannd rear rack -Clip on fenders -Avenir AV-100 computer -Bottle cage -Zefal pump -"Bee" bell I might put the bottle cage and rear rack back on, but for now the bike looks better naked.