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There are no words on it, it is a chrome frame and the only markings i found on it were a serial number that reads G1109025563. Is there any way i can get any information on it?

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  • In a word, "no". Aug 22, 2015 at 12:26
  • If you post a photo of it there's some chance that someone here will recognise it. But I can't imagine the sort of person who would memorise serial numbers.
    – Nuі
    Aug 22, 2015 at 23:46
  • Serial numbers aren't very useful in bicycle identification. Photos help a lot more, especially close ups of any logos, designs, etc.
    – jimchristie
    Aug 23, 2015 at 5:20

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90% chance its a generic BSO. If you have a distinct feature, post a photo and someone might recognise it, but...

Why do you want to bother identifying the maker? You already have a frame that will have certain dimensions or bearing sizes. There's little if anything to be gained from buying parts from the manufacturer.

Your best tools are likely to be a vernier caliper and a thread gauge, to find specs for parts you might need to make frame into a whole bike.

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