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Schwinn Women's Network 7 Speed Bicycle (Sky Blue)

by Schwinn

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  • Women's 700c city bike with upright steel city frame
  • Suntour suspension fork for improved handling and control
  • Shimano 7-speed drivetrain; SRAM MRX Grip Shift shifters
  • 700c whitewall tires; alloy linear pull brakes
  • Swept-back handlebar; padded saddle with suspension seat post
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Product Description

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Outfitted with an upright steel city frame and a Suntour suspension fork, the Schwinn Network women's city bike is an ideal choice for commuting to work or cruising down a leisurely bike path. The Network also includes a Shimano seven-speed drive train and SRAM grip shifters for fast, easy gear changes, along with a padded saddle with a suspension seat post to soften the ride. And riders will love the bike's fenders and rear rack, which team up to keep you dry and carry your belongings. Other features include a swept-back handlebar with an adjustable stem, alloy linear pull brakes, and Schwinn 700c tires.

Specifications

  • Color: Sky blue
  • Size: 16
  • Frame: Schwinn steel city bike
  • Crank: Schwinn-approved alloy single crank
  • Bottom bracket: Sealed with ball BB system
  • Derailleurs: N/A
  • Shifters: SRAM MRX Grip Shift
  • Chain: KMC Z-50, black
  • Speeds: 7
  • Rims: Alloy 36H
  • Hubs: QR alloy 36H
  • Spokes: 14G UCP
  • Tires: Schwinn 700 x 35c whitewall
  • Pedals: Comfort
  • Brakes: Alloy linear pull
  • Brake levers: Alloy twist-shifter-compatible 4 finger
  • Handlebar: City rise bar with back sweep
  • Stem: Adjustable rise alloy ahead
  • Headset: 1-1/8-inch threadless
  • Grips: Vinyl stitched cruiser grip
  • Saddle: Schwinn Supersoft city saddle with elastomers
  • Seatpost: Suspension 27.2mm alloy
  • Extras: Color-matched parts, clear coated paint and graphics, fenders, rear rack, alloy kickstand

    About Schwinn
    Schwinn's bikes allow riders of all ages and abilities to experience the joy of riding. From "walk 'n' roll" kids bikes to the Le Tour Legacy, Schwinn suits the needs of riders across the U.S. and around the world. Each bike is built to the Schwinn quality standard based on 100-plus years of cycling heritage, passion, and expertise. The company also sells a variety of related gear, including helmets and pads, pumps, saddles, lights, storage bags, repair kits, bike trailers, and jogging strollers.

  • Product Description

    The Schwinn 700c ladies network bicycle features. Steel ladies city frame for a comfortable riding position. SR Suntour suspension fork smooths the road. Swept-back handlebar w/adjustable stem for upright position. SRAM Grip shift twist shifter for fast, easy gear changes. 7 speeds with Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur for quick shifts. Promax alloy linear pull brakes stop precisely. SR Suntour alloy 3 piece cranks offer optimum gearing. Alloy rims for easy rolling. Schwinn quality padded saddle and suspension seatpost softens ride. Fenders and rear carrier for clean and convenient city riding.

    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 54.3 x 7.7 x 30.3 inches ; 46 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 47.2 pounds
    • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
    • ASIN: B004TJ2FW4
    • Item model number: S4021
    • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,298 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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    Quality bike and beautiful.
    Georgia Peach
    Showed up in 4 days easy to assemble very nice ride easy shifting very happy with the bike.
    Peggy
    I'm sure they won't last as long as the bike, but that's ok.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By La Capitana on September 18, 2011
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    I'm in love with her. Just in love with her. I haven't had a new bike in over 15 years, so I feel like a kid on Christmas morning every time I get on to take Loretta for a spin.
    We just moved to Philadelphia and she has been the PERFECT bike for me here. We are 10 minutes from the city, and live in a neighborhood with tons of bicyclists and trails (but she has also been great on street rides) so I've been in heaven riding her as often as I can. I haven't taken her into the city yet, but for commuters I'm sure she'd be a great compadre. The rear rack is great for extra stuff, the fenders definitely help with splashing and mud (we've had torrential rains lately and I've had no issues with mudsling up the back). She's beautiful (passerby's, friends, even the mailman says so!) :-) ~her light blue coloring and white accents maker her a head-turner for sure. The white will undoubtedly get dirty, but hasn't so far in the few weeks that I've had her, but it doesn't matter to me, I love the white enough to just be sure to keep it clean.

    My husband assembled her for me with relative ease, and I've had absolutely no issues with the mechanics of the bike. The saddle is comfortable, the handlebar placement is perfect, and I like the gears only going 1-7. I've also used an attachment trailer to pull my 4 year-old and my husband did have to manipulate some things, but it's been marvelous. If you aren't the handy type or don't have a handy hubby, just take it to a bike shop and have 'em assemble for you.
    Go for it. You won't regret this purchase. Just be sure to get a bell and basket and you're good to go ;-)
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Devilsfoodcake on March 25, 2012
    This bike is beyond awesome. In 2008 I bought a cruiser and thought of never buying a bike again. In December I got into a major car accent and lost my car. I really did not want to buy a new car. I went to local bike shops and didn't find anything I couldn't live with out. When I found Schwinn Women's Network I fell in love. This bike is me. I ride the bike everywhere I go. The back rack is amazing and super handy. The bike is pretty light(I can lift it with one arm), and I am not a strong person by any means. When it came in the mail, I had my father assemble it, and then we took it to a bike shop to make sure everything was good. I would recommend having the handlebars at a 45 degree angle for comfort reasons. I would recommend this bike to anyone and everyone! Also, buy it off amazon.com. It's much cheaper than buying off the schwinn site. All in all a great bike.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Hilary on September 11, 2012
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    My husband and I got these bikes (He got the men's model which is also great) and we LOVE them. We are college students and live in a neighborhood about one mile from campus. We ride these bikes every day (on the road) and they have been awesome for us! I did a lot of research on bikes and found reviews to be helpful, so I wanted to write a thorough review in case you're shopping around and have lots of questions like I did! The things I was looking for in a bike: hybrid or "city" bike, rack, 7 speeds (our campus is very hilly!), and a more flat handle bar rather than the sweeping handlebars you find on a cruiser. We dreamed of having PUBLIC bikes [...] but simply could not afford them, but these have really been amazing alternatives! Here are a few things to consider:

    Hybrid--first, we decided on a hybrid or "city" bike for a few reasons. 1. Comfort. Road bikes are made for long distance riding and aren't necessarily the most comfortable. We only ride a couple of miles each day, so we wanted a comfortable commuter bike. 2. Price. There are more hybrids to choose from in the $200-$300 price range than there are road bikes. You can get a decent quality bike for a low price. Road bikes generally are more expensive. 3. Utility. Again, price was a big factor for us, so it is great that this bike comes with a bike rack already.

    Assembly--Assembly took about 1 hour, and the bikes ship quickly. (Gotta love amazon!) Instructions are simple. Our bikes didn't come with any major problems to troubleshoot, but the user's manual has a lot of helpful tips about how to center the brakes and stuff if your bike needs some initial maintenance.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By busy mom on November 13, 2011
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    I have a love/hate relationship with this bike. I LOVE the way it looks - it's adorable and vintage-y. The function... not so great. It arrived damaged, the front wheel wasn't true, and the rear wheel was truly warped. The front wheel, I've left alone, the rear wheel was trued by my local bike shop (which Amazon, to their credit, paid for). The brakes are AWFUL. I use the bike nearly every week day, riding only a mile each way to and from the subway, and even with such light use, I have to adjust the rear brakes pretty frequently. I say "rear" brakes, because I just can't use the front brakes. After a month or so of owning the bike, I can't get them adjusted so that they'll return to the original position after use, if I use them, one side stays on the rim and drags until I reach down to manually adjust it, so I rely on the rear brakes alone for stopping. The front brakes WILL stop the bike, but if I ever use them, I have to manually move one side away from the rim. I plan to have the brakes replaced at my local bike shop as well. The derailleur is a bike finicky and shifting gears knocked the chain right off until I learned the bike well enough to know exactly what works.

    So, I really do love they way the bike looks and I'm very fond of it, but I'm sure I'll end up paying at least as much as it cost to get it into decent operating condition, but for my minimal use - a short commute/errands that sort of thing, it gets the job done.
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