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Old 01-10-10, 10:01 AM   #1
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Outrider Pro Class MTB

I picked up a Outrider Pro Class 18 speed MTB Bike. Outrider is on the downtube and Pro Class is on the toptube.
I haven't been able to find any information in my searches about this bike. Can anyone provide me with more information about this bike?
I have turned it into my Winter Bike.
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I recently picked up a purple & black women's 26" mtb - same brand and model - anyone???
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Defunct big box store brand?
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Defunct big box store brand?
That may be a pretty good guess. Before I painted part of the bike this week, there was a sticker just above the bottom bracket that said it was made in China. I think that the company name was something similar to 'Service Cycle'.

But what bike-selling retail department stores have gone out of business the last 15 or so years?
Zayres, Montgomery Ward?
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