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Old 12-29-20, 03:04 PM
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It is a relatively cheap bike with mostly lower end components but if in good shape the bike officially retails for $400 so $200 may not be terrible. Apparently the frame is chromoly probably something generic but still better than hi-ten. If the bikes fits you, you enjoy it and have the money, you should go for it. Me personally I wouldn't bother I would save up for something different. It looks like you have enough bikes on that side of the spectrum you should treat yourself to something more on the custom end. Live a little.
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