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These are pictures showing the front of the bike and rear.

Please let me know if you can identify this bike.

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  • Anyone have a clue – Tina lee Jun 24 '17 at 18:28
  • Based on the headset, I'd say that that frame is definitely not old school. Less than 10-15 years most likely. – Batman Jun 24 '17 at 19:00
  • Fixed tags to identify this bike. It's definitely not a road bike either. – RoboKaren Jun 24 '17 at 20:05
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    Possible duplicate of How to tell what BMX frame I have? – ojs Oct 24 '17 at 18:17
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Observations:

  • Its either a tiny frame or a large bottom bracket housing. I'm guessing its for a one-piece crank, aka an Ashtabula crank.
  • The frame has track ends so its intended as a single speed or an IGH, not a derailleur bike.
  • The tab above the RHS of the BB, and under the RHS seatstay are probably for a chainguard.
  • Lack of cable stop braze-ons suggest its for a rear coaster brake - can't see a brake bridge between either set of stays.
  • The cups on the headset look surprisingly modern.

If there was a fork with it we could see more hints, but I guess its a beach cruiser, something similar to this:

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It could be a nice casual bike, but you need a lot more parts, which cost a lot. I doubt its a BMX.

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    I think the frame is tiny, due to the headtube length. – Batman Jul 25 '17 at 3:07

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