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Originally Posted by due ruote View Post
There's one right now on Chicago CL if anyone's interested.
Schwinn Cimarron Mountain Bike
Schwinn Cimarron Mountain Bike - $155 (Geneva)

That will not last too long... now.


If I could justify that at this time... that looks like a sweet bike.


I really would love to get a Cimarron- I have my High Sierra- fillet brazed in the front but TIGged in the back instead of lugged. A lot of what I like about bikes is represented here- there's a very "business" aspect to these bikes but gracefulness to balance that; and there's a utility that not all bikes share. I've come more to the "touring bike" side of things, but just looking at the Cimarron- it's a "go anywhere" bike- braze ons for everything, the best components, and a very special bike all around.
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