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Schwinn Loop Adult Folding Bicycle Men's Women's 20 inch wheel size, Silver, 7 speeds
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- Adult bike that folds up small for easy storage. Riders up to about 6' tall can ride comfortably. It folds in a few easy steps
- Durable steel, great for camping or RV. Packs up small so no bike rack is needed. The folded size is 29.5 inches x 29 inches x 19 inches
- A Shimano RevoShift Twist Shifter and Shimano Tourney rear derailleur make gear changes and shifting simple. Tackle small hills and cut through brisk winds easily.
- The rear carry rack and an included nylon carry bag keeps the bike concealed. Hinges are made of steel, comes with a kick stand, weighs about 33 lbs
- Low stand over frame and rigid fork for easy on and off. Front and rear alloy linear pull brakes. Perfect for commuting
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The Schwinn Loop will fit in a closet! Folds small! 30 inches x 32 inches x 11 inches.
Commute Happy On A Schwinn
Schwinn is one of the most trusted bicycle names in America.
- By purchasing a Schwinn, you are joining millions of happy cyclists who are confident knowint their bikes are backed by a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike.
Loop Foldable Bike
An Adult Commuter Bike That Stores Small And Rides Smooth
Never worry that your bike will be stolen again! Just fold it up and bring it indoors with you, the Schwinn Loop folds into a neat little package for simple storage and transport. Heavy nylon storage bag included.
When you're ready to ride just fold it out, load your stuff and go. When you get to work or home, fold it up and bring it in with you. You can even bring it on a train or bus for the ultimate in all weather bike commuting convenience!
- Ride up hills with ease - 7-speeds with shifter
- Stay clean - Pant guard and front and rear fenders keep dirt and scratches off work clothes
- Carry it all - Included rear rack
- Limited lifetime warranty - For as long as you own the bike
|Schwinn Loop||Schwinn Adapt 1||Schwinn Adapt 2||Schwinn Adapt 3|
|Light Alloy Folding Frame||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Front and Rear V-Brakes||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|20" Alloy Wheels||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Shifter||Shimano Revo Shift Twist Shifters||Shimano Revo Shift Twist Shifters||Shimano Revo Shift Twist Shifters||Sram X5 Trigger Shifters|
|Rear Derailleur||7-speed Shimano Tourney||7-speed Shimano Tourney||8-speed Shimano Acera||9-speed Sram X5|
|Full Wrap Fenders||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Rear Carrying Rack||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Nylon Carrying Bag||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Best Use||Commuting||Commuting (with big, removable rear rack)||Year-round commuting thanks to reflective wheel||Year-round commuting AND recreational riding|
The Brand From Yesterday That Is Riding Into Tomorrow
Schwinn was established in 1895, by Ignaz Schwinn in Chicago, IL. Remembered for iconic bikes like the Phantom, the Varsity and the original Krate children's bikes, Schwinn has made it possible for riders of all ages to experience the thrill of riding a bicycle. Children and adults around the world trust the Schwinn name for quality and value. The joys of learning to ride for the first time, sharing an excursion with friends, proudly completing a new training regime or enjoying a local scenic route are all best enjoyed on a Schwinn.
Just like the original bikes made by Ignaz Schwinn, all Schwinn bicycles feature a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike.
Enjoy the freedom of riding a Schwinn bicycle.
The Schwinn 20" loop 7 speed folding bike is perfect for commuting to work in urban areas or just getting around the neighborhood. The loop folds down to 30" x 32" x 11 inch so it does not take up a lot of room in your office or apartment. Also perfect for boats, campers or small airplanes. The low stand over frame makes it easy for everyone to get on and go for a ride, the alloy linear pull brakes provide sure stopping power, 7 speeds provides a wide range of gears for easy pedaling, also equipped with full fenders and a rear cargo rack. The loop comes with a heavy gauge nylon carrying bag for easy carrying and storage.
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I didn't have high expectations for this bike, but I bought it with a specific purpose in mind: I work from home, now, and the nearest grocery store is a mile away. I want something that can get me around the neighborhood during the day, or for short (no more than three-mile-long) jaunts in the afternoons and weekends. The folding part is sort of speculative: I live about .7 miles from a light rail stop, and I can see periodically folding the bike up for rides into the city where I might want to bike around once I'm off the train, or where I can get off the train early and enjoy the miles of bike path around my house.
My commuter bike is a Trek Crossrip Comp, which I like a lot but don't like getting around on for short rides since it has SPD pedals (requiring cleats) and doesn't encourage upright riding.
The Loop arrived in fine shape. The packing was great. No dings or other issues. The only thing I had to do was cut off the ties holding it into its folded shape, screw on the right pedal, unfold it, and raise the seat to the proper height. The brakes were in good shape out of the box, but the shifter needed indexing.
Since I'd read so many complaints about the saddle, I ordered the Cloud 9 seat that Amazon recommends along with the bike. I did do a few miles on the stock saddle, though, and I don't think it's as bad as people say. It's more cushy than the stock saddle on my Trek. That said, if you're not a regular biker or you're just starting again after some time away, I can see how the saddle might seem sort of hard and unpleasant. I'd recommend waiting to change it until you've put a few miles on the one that comes with the bike, especially if you're going to ride daily. Given a week or two, you might feel differently about it. If you don't see yourself becoming a regular rider, you should still hold off for a week and see what you think. I'll probably keep the Cloud 9 because it's very comfortable, but I don't think I needed it after all.
Overall, I think I'm going to like this pretty well for what I bought it for: Grocery runs and pedaling around the neighborhood. It rides just fine, it's easy to maneuver, and at my height (5'11") it provides a more upright ride that makes it easy to look around. It's geared to provide a reasonable cruising speed.
I'm taking a star off because:
1. It doesn't do anything to hold together when it's folded up. I'm pretty sure I'll just buy a few Velcro wraps and use them to hold it together for transit rides, but it'd be nice to have a built-in solution.
2. There's no way to adjust the handlebars. They're fine for where they're at, but it'd be nice to have an inch or two of play.
Not knowing much about the folding bike market in general, I'd guess this is more of a three-star bike on a more honest scale. It's chunky and seems to be built more for being tossed in a trunk or stored in a small apartment than toted around for mixed-mode travel. I'm working back from five stars based on my own needs and expectations. Depending on how well it holds up over the next year, I'll come back and adjust the score based on durability. At this point, it looks very sturdy and solid.
The bike arrived undamaged. It was expertly packed. And I only had to cut three cords to easily remove the bike from the box.
Unlike the Dahon, the Loop is solidly built; bumpy terrain is not a jarring experience; the seat is not too close to the handlebars; and last night I rode several miles on the Gateway Trail to Lake Phalen without getting a back pain.
The Loop handles quite similar to my full-sized bike.
To activate the warranty and for safety, before the first ride, the purchaser is required to have the bike adjusted by an authorized bike mechanic. I cheered when I read this requirement and I rushed my Loop to my bike shop.
I also bought the Sunlight mesh basket and the Sunlite Cloud 9 comfort seat. Both products are well made. In my twilight years, my bony ass deserves only the best.
Ok. It’s 33 pounds but for under $220 dollars you get fenders, carrier, 7 speeds and storage bag. Some $500 plus bikes claim 21 pounds add gears,fenders, carrier and you have 27 pounds or so and add a bag to $800-$2800. 6 pounds- it not a race bike, buy the wife and family one or take the wife or girlfriend on vacation or buy stock in amazon.
In the 1960’s I owned a Schwinn two speed hub a solid bike and dependable.
This 20” foldable feel solid and has a double lock on the frame fold. I use it in a hilly island to commute 1 or so miles each way to work and short 8 mile hilly rides to the beach.
I added-a front basket and rear bag and a $9 dollar LED light kit. I use a 6’ master bike lock to secure both wheels and frame to the bike rack. If you dress for work you need fenders. If your neighbor back washes his BBQ grill into the road without fenders you wear it to work. Unbeatable value, many standard features, easy to ride and easy to add options you need.
I looked at foldable bikes from $109 to $6,700 dollars and could not beat the value. Yes, the $6,700 weighed only 14 pounds,16” wheels and nothing else. Try riding it on a rough road, rain and no lights, holding your groceries in one hand and wearing BBQ grease.
Hope this was helpful Ken
The gears work smoothly, and as the rest of the world knows, are handy for even slight grades. Hand brakes are accessible and easy to use. Don't require a lot of strength. This bike is easy, easy, easy to get on and off of. I have a hip replacement and can't lift my leg too high. No problem. Also, when stopped, I can put my feet down flat on the pavement. I'm 5'6" and the seat is set at mid height.
The bike is strudy and doesn't feel like a lead sled as mentioned in another review. It folds nicely I to a little item that can easily be stored or transported. My son folded it for me, so I don't know how hard that is to do.
If you live near a trail or bike path, get this little gem. I think you'll really enjoy it!