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Old 11-06-10, 05:37 PM   #1
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Raleigh Nova Sport

RALEIGH NOVA SPORT
Anyone had one of these bikes? medium level quality.




It was bit dark when I took this
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Old 11-06-10, 05:50 PM   #2
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Nope. I thought I'd seen them all.
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forks bent...frnt and rear are ok it is just the pic
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forks bent...frnt and rear are ok it is just the pic
Ha, I think this is the first time I saw the OP say that! Given your location I would guess that this model was never available in the US market.
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Hi mkeller,

Not sure what OP said ( : OP= other person?
Probabaly australasian market only.
We do get Raleighs with American place names as the model name frequently.
Nova is new.. may be that 80s - 90s triathlete phase of frames.
Most are of Asian origin.

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Ha, I think this is the first time I saw the OP say that! Given your location I would guess that this model was never available in the US market.
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