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Old 07-28-08, 02:58 PM
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AMS Monaco??

Howdy,

I am new to the bike forums, I have just made the decision to buy a bike and start commuting to and from work and school. I am currently shopping to a decent commuter bike that I feel comfortable using and will enjoy riding...
I found a rental bike shop here in Vancouver BC that seems like there bikes might be good for the price, but I can't find a single thing about their brand of bikes. It doesn't even seem to exist. So I am curious has anyone on the forum heard of AMS bikes, with a hybrid model called Monaco? I can't seem to find anything online...
Oh bother, I like the bikes but would like to avoid buying a bike that will break down on me!

please comment if you know anything about ams bike manufactures.
thanks,

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Old 07-28-08, 03:07 PM
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Are you sure its not a DeVinci Monaco?
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Old 07-28-08, 03:08 PM
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I am almost one hundred percent sure.
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Well I figured out what ams stands for, it doesn't help me make up my mind about purchasing one though. So I could still use some advice. AMS bikes stands for A. mordo & son which can be seen at http://www.mordo.com/ They manufacture bikes for sportcheck, and costco and zellers.
Which I guess answers my questions about the quality of thebikes in question...
Unless any one has anything good to say about AMS bikes.
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