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GIANT Revive semi-recumbent comfort bike - $350 (Portland close-in SE)

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685 SE Division Place near SE 8th Ave

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bicycle type: other
frame size: N/A
wheel size: 20 in
bicycle frame material: aluminum
suspension: other/unknown
brake type: v-brakes
handlebar type: riser
electric assist: none
condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Giant
model name / number: Revive
I'm selling a Giant "Revive" semi-recumbent bicycle (see pics). This is an aluminum-frame bike, with a quirky design that puts an emphasis on comfort rather than speed. It has a 7-speed drivetrain, which combined with the 20" wheels means you are not going to win any races with this bike. It's mainly for tooling around the neighborhood or for running errands, and the aluminum rear rack (max capacity 15kg = 33lbs) will let you carry home at least a couple of twelve-packs.

The bike has a sliding seat + backrest setup, and it will adjust to fit a wide range of rider heights. The handlebar is also adjustable. I'm 6'0" tall and the bike is a good fit for me. I would say that if you are between 5'6" and 6'2" in height then you should be able to dial in the seat height and handlebar position to your liking.

The bike is in excellent ready-to-ride condition, always stored inside out of the weather.

I'm selling the bike for $350 (firm, and cash only please). I'm not really interested in any lower offers at this time, so please no haggling over the price. Please email me if you have any questions, or if you would like to set up a time to meet up so you can check out the bike. To speed up the process a bit, please include a phone number in your reply so I can text you back (sorry no phone calls, texting only). Right now the bike is in my climate-controlled storage unit in inner SE Portland (near OMSI, see map for the exact location), so we would have to meet up there.

post id: 7751238271

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