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Please help me identify this bike, I have looked in a multitude of places and come up with nothing. It looks to be a beach cruiser.enter image description here

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    A little weird -- appears to be fairly recent vintage (looks like a V-brake on the front), but those wheels have to be at least 48-spoke ones. My guess is a European "city bike" design. Nov 1, 2014 at 20:02
  • It could be a custom build.
    – Kibbee
    Nov 1, 2014 at 20:06
  • When I first saw the image i though of Electra bikes, a sun company of Trek. However the bike in question looks too old to be one of theirs as they are a relatively new company. But check the website as it might have what your looking for
    – george
    Nov 2, 2014 at 0:03
  • I don't know the make, but the technical term for a bike like that is a "low-rider". More photos might help. And see if there's a serial number on the frame. Nov 2, 2014 at 21:26
  • Hi @user14256, a bit more context might help. For example: what country is this in? Is the bike new or very well maintained? Are there any markings anywhere on the frame? Nov 3, 2014 at 9:11

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This bicycle is a Micargi Mustang.

See this Google search.

An an image from this website:

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    The above bike and the Chubby Stretch Cruiser referenced by @user3811719 appear to use the identical frame, right down to the pointy end of the seat stay and the little squiggle in the chain stay. May 31, 2016 at 22:19
  • That's useful - can you please edit your answer to add more information? How do you know this - did you own one? Where in the world might you have seen one? How long ago - are they old or new/retro ? Please flesh out your answer. Answers this short risk deletion for "length and content"
    – Criggie
    Jun 1, 2016 at 6:36
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Just had a little Google for it (town bike cruiser green) and found it it on Pinterest. The bike is a "Chubby's Custom Green Stretch Cruiser" price is $324.99. Website is www.chubbysbikes.com

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The frame looks like a Firmstrong cruiser converted into a low rider

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    Welcome to the site - thank you for your answer. Would you be able to expand it with further information? firmstrong.com/products/… looks relevant without any modifications required. However there seem to be multiple brands with a bike that looks similar, so ultimately it might be a far-east design wholesaled to various assemblers rather than a specific brand.
    – Criggie
    Jan 21, 2021 at 11:16

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