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Old 03-20-06, 04:05 AM   #1
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Hi Everyone...

Please could you look at this photo and let me know what bike this is? And also if they are easy to get hold of....

www.andrewkendall.com/pages/photogallery/768/12.php

Thanks in advance
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Old 03-20-06, 08:02 AM   #2
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cheap english woman' bike. A dime a doz at the local second hand store.
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Hi Everyone...

Please could you look at this photo and let me know what bike this is? And also if they are easy to get hold of....

www.andrewkendall.com/pages/photogallery/768/12.php

Thanks in advance
Bought one brand new yesterday (but mine also has a basket on the front) for 6480 yen. They are called mama chari here. As for Manufacturer, gosh the list is endless.
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Just an old single speed it looks like. I don't see a 3rd cable for shifting. Bikes like this were also made in 3 speeds with internal hubs and 5 speeds with rear derailers.

Sadly this type of bike is retro in the US and not made by many manufacturers.

I've been wanting one for a while, I miss the one I had as a kid.
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