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Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels)

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List Price: $399.99
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  • Schwinn Aluminum Dual Suspension Frame w. Steel Rear
  • Shimano Altus 24-spd w. Shimano EF-50 Trigger Shifters
  • Pro Max Front Disc Brake and Suntour Suspension Fork
  • MTB Handlebar w/ Schwinn 4 Bolt A-Head Stem
  • Alloy High Profile Rims w/ Black Bladed Spokes
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Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels, Red) + Schwinn Thrasher Adult Micro Bicycle black/grey Helmet (Adult) + BV Bicycle Light Set Super Bright 5 LED Headlight, 3 LED Taillight, Quick-Release
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Product Description

Schwinn protocol 1.0 men's dual-suspension mountain bike features a full-suspension frame with a forgiving steel rear triangle. A front disc brake offers stopping power where you need it the most, and 24-speeds with Shimano EF-50 trigger shifters give you the incremental power and control you need for all terrain.

Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 60 x 8 x 29 inches ; 43 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 51 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001IANSJ6
  • Item model number: S2756
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,035 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very fun, great quality, nice looking bike.
I really like this bike and it's working out well for me as an exercise machine on city street and in parks.
Zhong Wang
The gear shifting mechanism works quickly and flawlessly and no adjustment was necessary.
Johnie H. Franklin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

133 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Edward F. Mclaughlin on May 31, 2010
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I bought this bike because it has great qualities for cheap. I knew that for the price that there had to be some things wrong with it, but I wanted the important features to be good. This is a very sturdy bike and I have had a great time riding it. For the cost, there is no bike better. I paid 278 on amazon with free shipping and everything. The bike is very easy to put together. I do suggest you get it tuned by a professional, however, because it took me a long time to tinker with the settings to make it run smoothly. I am very happy with everything about this bike, but there are a few things that may go undescribed.

1-The wheels are of very poor quality. The rubber seems really fake and if you are on concrete they skid out easily and leave a lot of rubber behind.

2-There is no place to put a water bottle holder or a hand pump. The rear suspension connects to the bottom bar of the frame and just under the top bar are the cables so there is no place to store a bottle or pump.

3-The front fork and suspension are difficult to adjust. (I havent been able to adjust the suspension yet)

4-Tuning involved: front and rear derailleurs, brakes, straightening the disc break, wheel adjustment.

I am giving the negatives because they are not described by anyone else and they are important to know, but I cant describe how happy I am with the bike. I am 6'0" and it fits me very well. The parts are very durable and when you get everything tuned up nicely, the bike runs just fine!

I HIGHLY suggest this bike to anyone who is looking for a deal on a mountain bike.
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By MikesGravity on May 23, 2011
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
First off, I'd like to say that I never write reviews, yet I order from Amazon Prime constantly! I had to take the time to review this bike though. I was skeptical ordering a bicycle from the internet (like you might be too) but with an Amazon Prime membership, overnight shipping was $3.99, I had to jump on it. The bike arrived in perfect condition, packaged extremely well and 90% assembled! It takes more time to unpack it then get it up and running and I know nothing about bicycles other than how to ride.

What you must assemble:
- Screw the Pedals on (make sure you do L on left and R on right) - this was really, really easy.

- Screw the handlebars on (shifters are already on it) (easy)

- Put a little locking pole through the front tire (keep pushing if it's a little tough) and place the tire on the frame.

That's about it! It's really easy. I recommend taking it to a bike shop for a tune-up to make sure everything is tight and the gears shift good and brakes are aligned (cost me $50).

Pro riders will criticize this as a "department store" bike but trust me, if you are a casual rider that wants to ride on the streets and some light off-road, this bike is great. The quality is great, it's comfortable, the brakes are amazing and to top it off, it looks AWESOME!

I am a 28 year old, 200lbs, 5' 10" male and I'm comfortable on it (though I had to order a new seat Velo Bio:Logic Bicycle Saddle the one that comes on it is a bit hard but that's just my opinion).

Looks like the price has gone up a bit since some of the other reviewers have bought it (maybe due to demand) but it's worth the $300 for sure. Very fun, great quality, nice looking bike. I recommend buying from Amazon, I had it the next day by noon and in 100% perfect condition!
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By B.Taylor on July 15, 2011
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I bought the bike at the beginning of June 2011. These are my thoughts and may help you.

Short and simple.. an alright big box bike(idealy for someone 160#s or less), and at least it's not a bicycle shape'd object. Schwinn is owned by a company known as Pacific cycle company, made in China. With that out of the way... It's better than a 'mart bike.

1.) The shifters are decent, shimano entry level quality.

2.) A few things that everyone askes, what is the weight? The box it ships in weighs more than the bike, the bike IIRC weighed about 32-36#s.

3.) Front and Rear Derailluers are pretty good. Take the bike to a LBS(Local Bike Shop) for adjustments if you feel that adjusting it is over-welming. I adjusted mine, set the H/L limits shifters worked perfectly. Although I understand that adjustments are not easy for everyone, so if it seems too much LBS's will help you get it on the road/trail.

4.) I found it to be a common review problem that the front rotor disc was warped. I own a Park Tool Rotor Truing Fork - DT-2C , that you'll need anyways (5-10bucks) pick up one from a LBS or Amazon for a little more, to true the warped rotor. This tool will save you money instead of having to buy a new rotor.

5.) The coilover (rear shock) on mine had a blown dampener, shockeye lenght is 6.5 inches BTW. I bought a aftermarket coilover for it, no more boing-gy. SR Suntour front fork is entry level and was frustrating on a uphill climb (NO Lockout) and rode pleasently otherwise, not just for looks.

6.) 26" wheels are light, and the spokes needed major tightening. Shr valves. F/R has V-brake surfaces machined on them and can be "handed-down" to your kids 26er' if they don't have disc brakes.
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