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Old 07-04-07, 11:10 AM   #1
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Regal All Terrain

Anyone ever heard of this brand or have any information.....
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I saw this in the 'finds' thread--do you have any photos? How about components?

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It has Shimano Tourney gears... I am working on getting a pic right now... getting batteries for the camera... just a moment
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The best I've managed is that Regal would appear to be a house brand of All Terrain Cycles. Don't ask me how it would have gotten to Illinois, though.

It does look a quite serviceable bike, though.

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The guy I got it from said he got it in a thrift store in California. I am trying to do some tracking on it but not having much luck. There is a Regal brand out of England that makes all-terrain bikes. This one has Made in Taiwan stickers all over it. But most bikes are made in Taiwan in the last 30+ years. I think it was just one of the back alley Taiwanese factories that puts bikes out by the millions. I would think I would be able to find one on Ebay or somewhere that is like it. But I have yet to find anything. At least I got something to do over the holiday now. Oh and the bike is in really good shape. I rode around the block, it shifts very well and rides good. I think I am going to have the brakes serviced though. Just to tighten everything up.
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