- Product Dimensions: 70 x 25.5 x 70 inches
- Shipping Weight: 38.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00P470E96
- Item model number: S4060
- Average Customer Review: 81 customer reviews
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Schwinn Capital 700c Hybrid Bicycle, Men's and Women's Frame Styles
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- Schwinn aluminum hybrid frame with Schwinn suspension fork offers comfortable and efficient riding
- Shimano 21 speed EZ-Fire shifters with Shimano rear derailleur for precise gear shifting
- Front and rear alloy V brakes stop securely
- Soft hybrid seat with springs as well as a suspension seat post for the ultimate comfort
- Alloy wheels with high profile rims.Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 70 inch
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Schwinn Capitol Multi-purpose Bike
Goes with everything and everywhere you go!
You need a bike to get to work, but you want a bike that can take you out on some fitness rides up along the river path, so you can wear off some of the extra cookies you have been carrying around with you. The answer is here. The Schwinn Capitol is called a multi-purpose bike because it is really a bike that can do all of the above and more. You can ride with the kids, or get out for a charity ride in town this weekend. Schwinn says that the ride is yours to choose.
Style: Men's Frame
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It only took me about 30 minutes to get it assembled and adjusted. However, I had watched several You Tube videos (before the bike arrived) on releasing brakes and attaching front wheels, adjusting brakes, etc, so this helped with the assembly. The seat is kind of hard, but I haven't ridden a bike in years, so will take some getting used to. I probably will add a softer, larger seat later on. The user manual doesn't have much info on how the gears work on a derailer, but again YouTube has videos on this. The Schwinn manual is a "generic" style, and not specific to this model, so it's a little hard to understand in some areas. .
1. The Amazon image doesn't accurately reflect the bike that comes in the box. Specifically, it doesn't show the screws on the back that would allow you to easily/cheaply add a rear-rack and I believe the seat/handlebars look a bit different. Mildly minor stuff for the most part, but I wanted to make sure I had a bike that would allow me to add on to it and this one does.
2. I want to express to potential buyers that this is a good bike to start with if you haven't ridden in forever. I'm in my mid-20s and I wanted a bike that wouldn't break the bank but had everything I needed for everyday city commuting and could handle light dirt trails effectively. I would say that this bike handles both road and light dirt well enough, but if the dirt trail gets.. dirtier, it starts to lose a bit of control, but this might also be because I haven't ridden a bike in forever and I may just need to get used to it.
I assembled it myself, and I thought I did a well enough job, but within the first week the chain got stuck in the rear derailleur and after taking it to a bike shop and paying for a $25 safety check/inspection, they proved me wrong. Since then it's been riding pretty well, but I would say to take it easy shifting gears when going up hills since that could cause the chain to get stuck again.
I've been told a few times already that there are better bikes out there (by both friends and bike shop employees), but for the average Joe (or 6ft+ tall average Janet) this bike meets all of my needs for the time being. The only addition I found necessary was a more comfortable seat cover that I put over the seat since the one it comes with kind of sucks, but comparing this bike with others starting at $400/$500, I thought this was a great deal.