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Old 06-26-12, 07:03 PM
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lhzsem
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Older Bianchi Road Bike

I have an older Bianchi Road bike that i picked up somewhere for free but recently got in a minor accident and bent the front fork a little bit, so i'm trying to figure out exactly what it is and if it's worth fixing, and how much i should consider spending to do it right.
the serial number is IS19028, stamped on the bottom of the hub. The only marking besides the brand name is it says "touring" on the upper bar and has "made in Japan" stamped in the bars and on a sticker by the hub. So i know it's not a top of the line model, but i'm pretty sure it's got all original parts, it has Dia-compe brakes, sunTour shifters, the rims are "DRDYZ" (back) and "UKAIRIM" (front) both made in Japan. and the crank arms are "SISTAR"
some pics here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/lhzsem/...7630306289728/
and i can post more if needed.
Thanks for your help!
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