• Ryan S

    Christian welcome to the tribe of Old 10 speed lovers you might try the following links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centurion_(bicycle) and also http://www.sheldonbrown.com/centurion.html the last site , Sheldon Brown is a great resource for all questions bicycle. Have fun

  • Grant Koeller

    Go to your local bike shop and get those brakes fixed

  • Grant Koeller

    There are 2 kinds of people here , bike experts,(repair, racers, and bike gear heads,) and then the other kind of people….Bike new bee’s. For all the bike new bees , please go to your local bike shop and let them do the work..so you know it’s done correctly…
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  • Alan West

    It’s got a big frame, so I hope you are fairly tall. Test it by getting on it, after pumping the tyres up. If it’s too big, it will no doubt find a loving home on this website.
    If you know how to fix things, you can do a lot of the work on the bike yourself. It will need a lot of thinking and a lot of triple-checking and quite a lot of trial assembling. Make sure the brakes are good. (Looks like your back brake cable is broken?) See the late great Sheldon Brown’s website for lots of really accurate information about all manner of bikes and repairs.
    If you can’t fix things, your local bike shop will probably be happy to get it going. If not, find a bike shop that will be.
    This bike probably isn’t worth very much. Neither is my car, but it goes well, does what I want, is nice to drive, and is reliable, so I keep maintaining it. And enjoying it. Likewise, this is the sort of bike that, with good maintenance, will be a pleasure to ride for decades.
    Enjoy it.