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    Need a Help!

    Hi guys, I need any information about this bike (attached), specially the brand, type, year model, components, & full bike pictures in new condition.
    I really appreciate any information from you, guys
    Regards.
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    Well, I'm pretty certain its not a Fisher, at least a model I've ever seen.

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    Yup, it's not a Fisher, the seller just add a new decal, I have asked to BOMBAT, they have no idea about this.

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    Interesting looking frame. Never seen anything like it.
    Each bicycle owned exponentially increases the probability that none is working correctly.

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    Thank you, I've plan to repaint this frame with the original color, that's why I try to find any information about this bike.

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    That looks like a Why bike. The Bother model. The paint on it looks better than the bird scat welds and the low end components look stock. Just ride it as is and let the unique nature of the design garner attention wherever you park it.
    A bike by any other name is still a bike.

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    Hahaa.., & it has a good geometry, & useful for uphill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ara View Post
    Hahaa.., & it has a good geometry, & useful for uphill.
    Not worth repainting, especially since the paint looks to be in good shape. If it works to ride, ride it!
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    I think Bing has a bike similar to this. His was a Savage? Weighs like 50 pounds.

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    Hahaa.., thank you.

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    Thanks for your info, yes it looks like Savage Terminator, but there was some differences, specially in bow & chainstay tube, but made by the same material, chromoly.
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    I'm trying to figure out how anyone could ride that without twisting or breaking it in two at the radius joint with the single down/mixte tube.

    I could be wrong, and I'm certainly not frame designer, but it sure has the makings of a unicycle in work.

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    hahaa.., thank you John, I've been riding it so many miles, specially for bike 2 work, & passes so many broken road at my country, trust me, it's a really mountain bike, & working good for uphill.

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