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Old 10-28-17, 10:03 AM
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Does anyone recognize the year and type of bike this is?

I am looking to buy a new bike and I can't, for the life of me, figure out what type of bike this is so as to be able to search the specs. I checked the Sirrus website and I had no luck.

any guesses? I would also like to know how much it is in retail so as to not overpay!
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Old 10-28-17, 10:17 AM
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Pre 13 Sirrus (I think that's how they spelled it). After '13 they had the "zerks" fittings in frame. IIRC

Go check on BikePedia and search the images.

The "hybrid" forum will likely be Johnny on the Spot (with the ammo) on this one.
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Sirrus Comp
https://www.specialized.com/ca/en/bi...rus-comp/93345
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Looks like a late model Sirrus, but I don't recall any model of Sirrus with that rounding TT.

Edit: Well, there you go.
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whoa, thanks!

I really like it...now the question is whether I should pay $200 for the bike. The tires are worn and it has some normal wear and tear (scratches). I don't care much for resale value, just want a bike I can use long term.
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For $200 you should be on the way to pick it up.
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really? I think it's a 2015 model. not sure what the retail value is.
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https://www.bicyclebluebook.com/Sear...41&model=53474
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Id buy it for $200. I wouldn't care if it fit or not.
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I'd definitely spend $200 for one in my size provided it wasn't beat to Hell.
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The bike looks pristine. Yeah, for that price, run, don't walk!
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