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Change back wheel on motobecane cafe express 8

Model cafe express 8 (internal hub)

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It appears that the handlebars rotate, how do you rotate them?


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I need to get a manual for the Motobecane 700 DS? Where and how?


Hi kferic30...
Each bicycle ships with a generic manual which covers some of the basics of ones bicycle.
Go to the following website/websites to access your manual and other information about your bike.
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Manual...http://www.motobecane.com/motomanualpage.html
Motobecane Contact site: http://motobecane.com/contact/
Motobecane Home Webpage: http://motobecane.com/index.html

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