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Old 01-10-19, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by eugew23 View Post
Makes sense. Do you know if '78 models had 5 speed freewheels?
Nishiki came out with the Olympic 12 about late 1977- early 78, Centurion was quick to market trends, I would not be surprised of a mid cycle change to 6.

The Niko bikes (Bikecology house brand) actually came out with the color co-ordinated cable housings, tape, saddle coverings first, Centurion was quick to respond- so quick that we felt there was corporate espionage.

it was a competitive time.
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