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Old 06-27-17, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by rlstites View Post
Hi all your Ross fans!
I could purchase this Ross for $120. I road it and it rides well and does not feel like it is 32 pounds for sure. Everything has been tuned up. It has 27 inch tires/rims.


Let me know what you can tell me about what year/model it might be.

Thanks, Robert
This has all the hallmarks of a pretty low-end bike, and Ross made many of those types. I'm far from an expert in Ross bikes, but I suspect it's from the early 1980's.

Saying this as a guy who is planning on some small upgrades to a 1980's Ross MTB with the same decals when I visit my family not too far from Allentown this fall, I think $120 is too much. You can probably find a better bike for less money if you have the patience to look.
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