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My New Bike

Old 06-25-10, 10:27 AM
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My New Bike

Hi everyone! I'm new to the forums, so please have mercy upon me if this is posted to the wrong place.

I got me a new bike. It's a Nomad GT. It's primary purpose is light fitness (30 miles a day) over country roads at a nice 15 mph pace. I use it for commuting too when I can, but that doesn't happen too often unfortunately.



Any have any idea how old this bike it, what it's worth, etc? I haven't been able to find a serial number or model/year number on it. (It's been beat up by the prior owner. I have given it much love).
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Old 06-25-10, 02:50 PM
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My serial number was stamped into the frame under the crank. You might have to flip your bike upside down.
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Old 06-25-10, 03:30 PM
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Welcome,you can check out hybrid forum ,bunch of bikes like yours there,your bike looks new.
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Looks exactly like this:

http://www.downcycles.com/store/2010-nomad-p-1132.html

A good choice for what you're intending to do. These bikes should likely be more popular than they are; they are much better suited to the sort of low-speed pavement riding most "mountain" bikes get used for.
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