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Old 01-04-10, 07:31 PM   #1
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Any Info on the Motiv brand?

I just picked up a used Motiv Rockridge Mtn bike at a local Thrift shop over the weekend. It's a non-suspension type. Overall, it appears to be in pretty good shape. I intend to do a complete tune-up on it, clean it up and then re-sell it. I don't know much about this brand of bike. About all I know is you can sometimes find it at Cosco new.

Does anyone have a history lesson for me on this brand? Like who owns the Motiv brand? About how much did this bike go for new (mid '90's, Shimano components, Cro-Mo frame, steel forks)?

Any info would be appreciated!
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Old 01-04-10, 09:00 PM   #2
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Most Motivs I've seen are an entry level bike. Probably 33 pounds, around there. Maybe $150-$179.
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Costco sells them, or at least used to.....
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