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Old 08-06-02, 11:59 AM
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very little.

keep it, it's not worth much as the technology has changed and the bike is now considered "old school"

without knowing what parts are on it, no one can give you any kind of a value.

but if it's ten years old I would say it has little resale value.

just ride it.
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