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cant find full spec 2010 Shimano Adventurer Folding Bike 12 speed

Old 03-25-21, 06:42 PM
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cant find full spec 2010 Shimano Adventurer Folding Bike 12 speed

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i have this bike , i search a web page with its complete spec including weight. my is red and black

do someone know where to find it ? tx
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Old 03-25-21, 10:49 PM
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You need a brand name for the bike, Shimano is a decal referring to parts on it. It's either Adventurer - which I've never heard of - or that's the model name and you need to know which brand produced it.
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Old 03-26-21, 01:24 AM
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What kind of specs do you want? You mention weight, but you can find that out yourself with a set of bathroom scales (weight yourself, pick up the bike, subtract your weight from the latter...).

If it has Shimano parts on it then you can find the specs for those because you know the year, so all you have to do is compare what is on your bike and what Shimano lists on their sites.

I have not found any specs for my bikes, and do not expect to as most were made in Eastern Europe during the period of transition from Communism - which was just before the Internet, and by the time the Internet took off people wanted more modern bikes and hence were not interested in transcribing records. So I solve things as I go along, like finding a Russian language video that showed how to strip and rebuild my coaster brake hubs.
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You need a brand name for the bike, Shimano is a decal referring to parts on it. It's either Adventurer - which I've never heard of - or that's the model name and you need to know which brand produced it.
hi
i dont have a scale ...
i dont know about the brand all i see is adventurer. but here is s picture of a similar bike same colors mine is 12 speed.
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Old 03-27-21, 07:18 AM
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I do not see a picture. Roger
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Do you mean something like this Adventurer?

Looks a very trad style, a bit like mine but with much, much more modern equipment
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“Adventurer” is Camping World’s store brand
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Old 03-30-21, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Geepig View Post
Do you mean something like this Adventurer?

Looks a very trad style, a bit like mine but with much, much more modern equipment
yes exactly

spec especially weight
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Old 04-07-21, 06:18 PM
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so anyone has been able to find spec for this bike? strange that it is so a hard since it seem popular...
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This? 44 pounds. that's heavy.
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so anyone has been able to find spec for this bike? strange that it is so a hard since it seem popular...
The question is popular with whom?

For example, chainstore bikes are often bought, ridden and disposed of, with a little maintenance on the way. Unless you happen to live in the country of manufacture, the little information offered by the chainstores is all that might be available.

If you wanted to know something about Romet folding bikes, made in Poland, then my Tigger and Blue thread here is one of the most complete resources available on the net in EN
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Old 04-08-21, 07:55 PM
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This? 44 pounds. that's heavy.
it has some similarities but not exact the same.
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