Schwinn Adult Shuffle Scooter with 26" Wheels
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- Schwinn's unique solution to alternative Models of recreational riding
- Front & rear fenders to keep water & debris off the rider
- Alloy front & rear linear pull brakes for all condition braking
- Alloy rims are strong and lightweight
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The Schwinn Shuffle - Kick bike
Check out this fun new way to fitness.
Want to get out there with the kids but don't feel like riding today? Maybe you haven't been on a bike in decades but are thinking that some wheeled fitness could be some fun? Or maybe out of control long-boarding to happy hour has lost its charm. Schwinn is giving Men and women permission to go out there and Have Fun! The Schwinn Shuffle is the think you have been looking for. Just when you thought there couldn't be more fun than riding a bike the Schwinn Shuffle Kick bike emerges with a classic look and an intuitive, scooter riding position. Good for a range of adult heights, hand brakes for stopping power. Grab the friends, and go! Simple Easy and fun from Schwinn.
So much fun! Safer and easier than long boarding and more fun than biking.
Just like a bike...glide to ride
Glide to the beach or down to the dock, the Shuffle is ready to go when you are.
Front 26" diameter wheel and 16" rear wheel uses standard bike tires.
Get fit together!
Have a blast enjoying the sunshine.
Front and rear alloy linear pull brakes work just like a bike.
Fenders keep gunk off and add a classic look.
Lifetime limited warranty for as long as you own the bike.
From the brand you know and trust to bring you fun new ideas in cycling.
|Item Weight||27 pounds|
|Package Height||7.72 x 32.6 x 54.02 inches|
|Shipping Weight||34.1 pounds|
Color: White | Size: 16"/Small
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I was thinking of getting a so-called ‘adult’ aluminum scooter (which has slightly bigger wheels), but many of the reviews I read said that the ride was pretty bumpy especially if you’re not riding on cement.
Then I happened upon these big-tired kickbikes which are primarily from Europe. I was very encouraged after reading the reviews.
Fortunately, I then discovered that Schwinn had recently introduced their own version (in late 2015) – which they offered for only a fraction of the price. Hooray.
I chose the coral colored model – which I figured was a little less girlish than white. The color is very striking, but not overly so.
I started off riding in my neighborhood. It’s just like riding a bike. It took me a while to build up my stamina. Riding a kickbike is a lot tougher than walking. But now I’m riding in the park – and loving it.
The kickbike coasts very well, so I’m not always pumping with my legs. You also don’t go as fast as on a bike. But fast enough to get a cool breeze rushing through your hair. Navigating around pedestrians or dog-walkers is a snap.
I get a lot of compliments -- and questions -- from others I meet in the park, mainly from parents with older kids. I even let their kids try it out. If you’ve ever ridden a scooter or a bike, there’s nothing to it. Everyone has a blast.
The aerobic workout from riding my kickbike is fairly significant. Riding a bicycle is much easier. But riding my kickbike – is a lot more fun than walking or jogging. I highly recommend it.
As background, my kickbike was delivered in an upright box with cut-out handles -- for easy dragging. Shipping instructions for carriers suggested keeping the box upright – to prevent damage from occurring. My FedEx driver helped me drag the box beyond my front door. The kickbike is actually shipped in TWO boxes – one inside the other. The inner box has about a 2” gap all around. My kickbike arrived in absolutely pristine condition.
The kickbike was delivered 95% fully assembled. The only items I needed to install – were the handlebars, the front fender (which I screwed up the first time by attaching it backwards), and the front tire. I also needed to adjust the rear brakes. The only tools I required were two sizes of Allen wrenches (for the handlebars and brakes), a Phillips screwdriver (to install the fender), and a crescent wrench to attach the front wheel. I also used a vice-grip (a set of pliers will also work) to maintain tension on the hand brake cable while I adjusted the brake pads’ clearance. The provided instructions were very clear and concise.
And, of course, you’ll need a way to inflate the tires – and to measure their pressure. The back 16” wheel needs about 40 lbs. of pressure. The front 26” tire requires 40-65 lbs. of pressure. As a watch-out, my standard pencil-type tire pressure gauge only went up to 50 lbs. I had to get one – that covered 10-70 lbs. of pressure. Here it is:
Milton Industries Inc. S-920 Tire Gage 10-70 PSI with Depth Gage
I should also mention that the kickbike is much longer in length than I anticipated. It measures a full six-feet from the front tire to the back. It barely fits in my small hatchback car. I have to scoot and tilt the passenger seat all of the way forward to get it in. Oh well.
All-in-all – buying and riding – this Schwinn kickbike has exceeded all of my expectations. The aerobic workout is much greater than I expected. I can feel my butt getting shapelier – every time I ride. Not a bad thing. Enjoy.
4 stars because the handle bars are not the best. In my opinion the scooter would be better served with straight handlebars, would be easier to kick.
Note: I think this is pretty cheaply made. Both rims were bent and rubbed on the brakes.