Some time ago, I purchased an older Fisher Procaliber from my old boss Mike. It's a sweet little race frame set from about '95. To my knowledge, this bike was never offered as a complete, and was the last steel frame set raced by the Fisher team. Several things make this bike different from stock models at the time. This bike has very tight geometry. It has a 1 1/8th head tube, where almost all high end models had Fisher's "Evolution" 1 1/4". The chain stays and seat stays are very tight, and have very small bridges. The bike also has Ritchey dropouts. There are no fender or rack eyelets or bosses on the frame. The fork is uncut in the picture, the steer tube is incredibly short, almost like a threaded fork would be. It's a really fun bike to ride. I have really passed up 26" wheels for off road riding, as I have found 29ers to be what my body likes best. This bike still sees quite a bit of riding around town, and on occasional beer runs or the like. The bike is really quick, and the riding position puts you decidedly in attack mode. I have always run the bike as a SS, though it may undergo a vintage geared revival this winter if I have funding.