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I think Batman is correct. 1985-1990 estimate


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I own a very similar frame. Minor differences. Mine came with blank rear drop out my seat tube Clamp is reverse to yours. My bike came with purple on it no markings. It also came with what look like project 2 kona forks and there is some similarities and the most I've found is a serial number on bottom bracket starts with an A and six digits but still unable ...


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Fortunately, bicycle chains are standardized. You do not need to know the model of the bike in order to buy a chain for it. There are two types of chains: narrow derailleur chains and wide non-derailleur (single speed) chains. Your bike does not seem to have a derailleur, so it is probably using a wide non-derailleur chain. The non-derailleur chains are 1/2&...


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Photographer here. The bike is a very common one used here in Tanzania. It's much cheaper than the multi gear mountain bikes. Sorry, don't think there was anything special with the bike, unless of course you look at the young boy riding it and appreciate his hard work :) Cheers


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Got one like it says xtc on frame after the Giant name. Come as far as it might be an SE model. Frame does match Giants Uk catalogue from Ca 2005 to ca "2008 maybe even newer.


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Tube Investments of India make a very similar twin tube model, the Hercules Popular DTS DTT which currently retails in the Indian market for INR 4540 ($60 US). They do make contemporary designs as well for the urban and recreational biker crowd, but the old "black iron horse" models are widely used in rural areas, by tradesmen who have to sling ...


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Actually this style of bikes are still being made in China(you can still buy them new for RMB500, or 70USD). It is more of a niche product now but it was still a very common (in fact, the most generic style) utilitarian transportation in China until the very late 20th century (I remember my father bought one of this style around 2000). Remember there used to ...


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With this type of bike in this price range the exact model does really matter for selling. There many manufacturers making hybrids and a plethora of models. Your target audience is going to care about description ('women's step through hybrid'), frame size, how old it is and condition. They are not looking for an exact brand or model. If you provide a ...


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bikepedia.com bicyclebluebook.com maybe 2010 plus or minus? "W" is the women's model suffix for Giant


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Let's list what we can see in the photo: A common double triangle frame, but the top tube is duplicated. This was done for strength and durability. Sometimes this is called a "workman frame design" because early-to-mid 20th century, a frame like this could carry a workman to/from the factory with additional weight of tools. The front fork has ...


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It looks a lot like the 1972 Sears Free Spirit in this post. Bike makers used different decals on the same bike at different times. This frame was used in different configurations for single speed coaster brake bikes, three speed, five speed and ten speed bikes. If you had access to Sears catalogs from 1970 to 1975 you could probably hunt down the exact ...


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I can see is a US power plug, suggesting its US based. Thickslicks are very much a "cafe-hipster-singlespeed" tyre and rarely seen on transport bikes or fast bikes so this looks like a one-speed bike with a front brake (wise plan) There are toe clips on the flat pedals, implying that this is a fixed gear not a singlespeed. I'd not recommend fixed gear for ...


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It might be this? Or something similar?


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It’s a road master techno trac


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