- 7 months ago
Where did you get this ACM6J00262? Even in Google there is no answer.
- MtrlpqbikerLv 77 months ago
That looks like it might be a serial number. You cannot tell the type of bike it is from a serial number. A visual examination by an experienced bike mechanic is the best way to determine the type of bike. The make and model of the bike should be written somewhere on the frame
- blazingpedalsLv 67 months ago
That looks like a serial number, but there's no indication as to what brand or model.
- D50Lv 67 months ago
It's not a VIN so it's not decipherable like a car's serial number is. You will probably never know who made it.
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- Land Rider JerryLv 67 months ago
This is what you get when one tries to Google it.
Your search - ACM6J00262 bike - did not match any documents.
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Perhaps English isn't your native language. Get an interpreter to help you post a question that actually makes sense.Source(s): Motorized bicycle owner and builder.
- Jib JabLv 67 months ago
I have no idea if that's a serial # from a bicycle or a motorcycle. Question under the cycling (bicycle) section. Ever thought of posting a picture of it? If it's a bicycle, any salesperson or mechanic at a bike shop could tell you what type of bike it is.
- JonLv 77 months ago
Never heard of any bicycle called that. It looks as if it could be a manufacturers serial number or frame number, but if it is one I doubt whether it would be possible to work out which manufacturer used it. They are meant to identify an individual bike from a known manufacturer (for tracing stolen bikes, etc,) not to identify which company made the bike. Bike manufacturers commonly use sequences of 6 to 10 digits and letters for the purpose.
There is a Chinese firm called ACM who make carbon wheels and other components, but not whole bikes.