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Schwinn Coronado Women's Comfort Bike (26-Inch Wheels, Magenta)

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  • 26-inch women's comfort bike with aluminum step-through frame
  • SR Suntour suspension fork cushions ride on rough terrain
  • 21-speed SRAM grip shifting system; Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur
  • Promax alloy linear pull brakes; alloy 3-piece cranks
  • Comfort riser handlebar with adjustable stem
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Product Description

Product Description

Outfitted with an aluminum comfort frame, an SR M2000 suspension fork to absorb shock, and a soft memory foam saddle, the Schwinn 26" Coronado Alloy Frame Women's Bike is ideal for riding around town or cruising down a leisurely bike path. The bike offers such additional features as alloy linear pull brakes for easy stopping, 21-speed SRAM grip shifters, and a Shimano rear derailleur for effortless shifting between speeds. The rustproof, 36-hole alloy rims, meanwhile, will conquer virtually any terrain, helping provide a smooth, responsive riding experience.

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Stylish and smooth, the Schwinn Coronado women's 26-inch comfort bike is ideal for riding around town or cruising down a leisurely bike path. The Miramar is outfitted with a ladies' aluminum step-through frame that puts you in a comfortable upright position, along with an SR Suntour suspension fork that cushions your ride on rough terrain. The 26-inch wheels and rustproof 36-hole alloy rims, meanwhile, will conquer almost any landscape without sacrificing comfort. Other features include a 21-speed SRAM grip shifting system, a Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur, Promax alloy linear pull brakes for sure stopping, a large padded saddle with a suspension seat post, a comfort riser handlebar with an adjustable stem, and a Suntour alloy three-piece crank set.

About Schwinn
Founded in 1895, Schwinn is an American icon that's long been synonymous with quality and innovation. The company has built some of the best-known and best-loved bikes of multiple generations, including the Aerocycle, Paramount, Phantom, Varsity, Sting-Ray, Krate, and Homegrown. Today, Schwinn continues to innovate with such releases as the redesigned Sting-Ray, Rocket mountain bikes, and Fastback road bikes. With a continued dedication to quality forever synonymous with the Schwinn name, America's most famous bicycle brand looks forward to providing another century of innovation, freedom, and performance to people of all ages.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 28.5 x 9.5 inches ; 37.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 46.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0030UES3W
  • Item model number: S5385
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #433,425 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It looks great and is easy to ride.
M. McFadden
Read the supplied Owner's Manual completely; it's a decent intro to bikes and as good as is supplied with other modern bikes.
Amazon Customer
Very easy to put together in a couple of hrs.
Phyllis Lyons

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie A. Seefeldt on July 7, 2008
Color Name: White/Green Verified Purchase
It's been about a month since I purchased my Schwinn Coronado and I'm loving it. Due to the high price of gas I'm now riding my new Schwinn Coronado 14 miles back and forth to work on a light gravel bike trail (It's also very comfortable road performing bike). The bike was delivered to me packaged with care and with a total cost of less than $240 for the bike (which included the free shipping) how can you go wrong. So far, so good... I'm a happy Amazon / Schwinn customer.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By S. Driever on August 1, 2008
Color Name: White/Green Verified Purchase
I found the bike easy to assemble, although the instructions were generic to various Schwinns. I had to provide the Allen wrenches necessary for the assembly. The brakes needed adjusting, but I was able to do that myself without much trouble at all. An attractive, comfortable bike that is a good weight and has handlebars that allow for a little more upright riding, more comfortable for the back. Only complaint is the comfort seat, which is not as comfy as the one on my husband's Schwinn.
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Grandmama on June 7, 2007
Color Name: Silver/Violet Verified Purchase
I ordered the bike on Monday and requested the next day shipping offer, which stated the bike would arrive on Tuesday. It did not. It did come the next day. My husband was out of town, so I set out assemble it by myself. (I am an older lady with no special experience in assembling bicycles.) The bicycle appeared to be in good shape, no bent or scratched items and all the parts were there. However, the white reflector for the front and the red reflector for the back had already been attached and the attachments for both were broken. What took the longest was my digging through my husband's tool box trying to find something that would work since he did not have an allen wrench the right size. The instructions were written for a multitude of bicycles. It was a little confusing which instructions that I should use. It would have been helpful if they had included a sheet on my bike, just saying "This is the bike you have, this is what it has. When assembing the handle bars refer to Handle bar Instructions #1 B. When assembing the front wheel refer to Front Wheel Assembley instructions #3 A, etc." In reality you get an instruction book that says "To assemble the handle bars, do steps 1, 2 and 3. Just as you are processing those instructions, the next line reads "Some models have a so-in-so, in which case you have to do this-and-that." Which makes you have to evaluate your bike to determine just what you have and which instructions to use. This was the case with the handle bars, the seat, and the front wheel. At any rate, after getting it unpacked I was making my first trip arownd the yard in about and hour and a half. It seems very comfortable and was very easy to pedal, even accross the grass. It should be a breeze on a paved bike path, even for a little old lady who has not ridden a bicycle in over 40 years.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 1, 2010
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Frame & wheels are alum. Spokes are steel (not stainless as on more expensive bikes). Keep it dry & so what! Seat/saddle suspension compliance is 40mm(not tested). Front suspension is very basic, but functional. Handlebar is steel (not stainless) and associated parts allow considerable adjustment. Supplied tires are 26 x 1.95", knobby MTB tread; I replaced with 26x1.4" slicks for street-only riding. Color in clear sun is light blue (as in photos), not light green (as in description). Welds look good; overall workmanship looks good (made in Shenzhen, China). Finish on some parts is not as glossy as highest quality parts but has no functional effect.

Includes quick-release seat tube clamp, quick-release front wheel, welded bosses for water bottle & rear rack, provisions to mount fenders (fenders not included). Standover height at the point where top tube joins the curved brace to the seat tube: 23.5" with no rider with supplied tires. Weight: Approx 33lbs. The gearing is somewhat low as this bike is advertised as a mountain bike, not a street bike. However, unless you are riding very level ground you probably won't find this to be a problem.

Some notes for newbies:
1. Read the supplied Owner's Manual completely; it's a decent intro to bikes and as good as is supplied with other modern bikes. You can get more info from books, the Internet, or a local bike shop. Try these sites from among many: [...]; [...]
2. Rolling friction (energy losses) is related to total weight of bike and rider, not the bike alone. More weight deforms the tire more where it meets the ground. Smaller dia tires & higher pressure can reduce losses--but there are tradeoffs.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Gregory on July 12, 2011
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We already had an identical Schwinn bike for my wife when we decided to purchase another one for my 10 year old daughter for her birthday, who was already riding Mom's bike. We ordered this one on line thinking I would just put it together and away she would go. The two main problems we ran into were: the bike would not shift properly and the rear wheel "ticking" noise (when you are coasting on the bike) was unbelievably loud. It was so loud that my daughter was embaressed to ride the bike and was saying she wanted a new wheel. To address the shifting issue, I read through the manual and watched youtube videos to learn how to adjust the gears. The manual is pretty useless, its generic for a bunch of different bikes. The Schwinn website is of little help too. The bottom line is that it takes some level of talent and skill to properly adjust the gears, that I don't have. So I took it to a bike shop and had the gears adjusted for $20. I also had the bike shop look at the rear wheel and they indicated Shimano no longer made the "silent hub" for that bike. So I had them swap the rear wheel with the one on my wife's bike, which was very quiet ($10). I did contact the manufacturer and the seller - and they tried to be helpful, but you need a bike mechanic to address these issues. I later realized I could have purchased the equivalent bike from my local bike shop, not a big box sell everything store but a bike only shop, for about $30 to $40 more. But they would have assembled the bike and adjusted it properly, I would have had someone to take the bike to and explain the issues (instead of emails and phone calls) and I would have heard how loud the rear wheel was before purchasing. So for me, my lesson learned is to buy my next bike from my local bike shop.
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