What frame is this?

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by SprocketRocket, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. SprocketRocket

    SprocketRocket

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    Got this cheap yesterday .Can't id it.
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  2. NLCTVWguy

    NLCTVWguy Rollin' on 20's Moderator

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    You got a Worksman INB. The world standard industrial bike. Made in NYC. Fairly expensive, tough as nails, and still being made. All parts available from Worksman Cycles. I ride one at work with the same big Wald basket. Great bikes and worth whatever you paid for it.
     
  3. Nagant

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    That is a really great Worksman find. As NLCTVWguy said they're fairly pricey and heavy duty. They still make them the old school way. I hope to own one someday.
     
  4. SprocketRocket

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    I paid 30 for it. Didn't know if it was old or not. But knew it was tough. Lugged frame...very heavy!

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    Wow! You scored big time at that price.
     
  6. Bicycle808

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    Nice. I have a few Worksman frames; love'm all. Yours looks to be from the 80s, judging from the Akisu fork and the kinked downtube.
     

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