Don’t know if anyone has ever studied what old bikes people still ride, but Raleigh has to top the list. See them everywhere.
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I see a lot of old Trek’s in Tucson. Of course I have 2 myself so I’m sure I notice them more than others.
That maybe regional too based on the distributor.
Around here old Miyatas seem to be popular.
SoCal. You could probably do a study on them, a particular brand, and trace back how many sold v. how many on the road. Here’s it Raleighs, I bet midwest Treks and so on.
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