AGE / VALUE:   Schwinn 20 inch Sppedster posted by: Amy on 6/16/2008 at 9:29:58 AM
I have a red 20 inch boys Speedster that I am looking for a value on. I bought this bike a couple of years ago off of ebay and have cleaned it up a bit and repaced the bearings, etc. Thanks for any info!
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AGE / VALUE:   Mizutani posted by: kellan on 6/12/2008 at 11:47:57 PM
i have a 73 mizutani (i believe it to be the super) and i am wondering if anyone has any information about this type of bike


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MISC:   odd ball schwinn 10 speed posted by: scott on 6/11/2008 at 11:01:12 PM
does anyone know the name of the schwinn 20 speed built on a small frame with 20 inch wheels?thanks

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AGE / VALUE:   Norco Monterey posted by: Dan Kruitz on 6/11/2008 at 8:33:58 PM
Hi, I just bought a "new" 1990s(?) Norco Montery road bike - Norco is a Canadian company. It was originally bought in Toronto and made it's way to south Texas. It has steel frame, shimano and joytech components. "New" you say? It was never ridden and still had the plastic covering the Norco logo on the tires. First thing is to get new rubber and a better seat, but I'm happy to get back to riding again after a long absence.
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AGE / VALUE:   Apollo from Bloor cycle posted by: Jim on 6/10/2008 at 4:20:25 PM
Hello:
I own an Apollo from Bloor cycle that I bought years ago and has spent most of the time hanging from the rafters in the garage. It is, therefore, still in pretty good condition (no rust). I take it out perhaps once every few summers for a short tour down the country road. I always liked being able to shift gears with my little fingers. Are these bikes considered collectable now?
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