Schwinn Miramar Men's Comfort Bike (26-Inch Wheels, Grey)
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- Schwinn Comfort Tuned Steel Frame
- SR M2000N Suspension Fork
- Adjustable Comfort Stem & Suspension Seat Post
- Alloy Linear Pull Brakes
- 21-Speed w/ SRAM Grip Shift
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|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Weight||41.8 pounds|
|Package Height||8.5 x 30.5 x 53 inches|
|Shipping Weight||47 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The bike will arrive with the handlebars detached and folded over by the cables and strapped to the bike frame with a plastic fastener strip. The front wheel and the seat post (with the seat already on) are also on the side of the frame. Cut the fastener strips off. To put the front wheel on, find the axle in the little cardboard box, put it through the wheel after uncrewing the axle cap so you can put it through the wheel. Now just put the axle through the front fork and flip the end lever on the axle to hold the front wheel on.
Put the seat post in, and then turn the lever on the band which adjusts the seat until you have the height and direction of the seat where you want it, and lock down the lever.
To put the handlebars on, first take the protective black cap off the end of the handlebar post. You do need to hold the handlebars just the right way because the cables are already attached, which is good in the long term. It took me about three minutes of trying several positions until I figured out how to slip the handlebar post in, but eventually the light bulb came on over my head and it was simple. Once they were in, it was a snap to put the handlebars where I wanted them.Read more ›
Everything is high quality, steel and even the stock seat is pretty comfy.
Great bike for a big and tall rider and a beginner.
Then after getting them assembled descovered the little tag that says this (these) bike(s) are for a person 74" or taller.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Comfortable ride. One of the pedal arms lost threading to the pedal after about a month of light use.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't know bikes well, I suppose for the cost its a good value. Haven't had any problems, lots of creaks.Published 15 months ago by level
Purchased a women's bike and a man's bike. I can't complain about the bikes but had to replace tires on both immediately after they arrived. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jim Kelly
Great bike for the price. My wife insisted on riding it for three years before upgrading.Published 22 months ago by ST
I've put over $200 into this bike in less than a year of riding it. First, it comes disassembled, so prepare to spend $30-$60 to have a bike shop do it, or DIY. Read morePublished on November 5, 2012 by Jason D Lademan
Fast delivery, was not too difficult to assemble, not too comfortable, for some reason very slow, very unhappy with this bike, if I could I would return it now, it's passed the... Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by Gift Card
This bike is ideal for the combination of on-road and off-road riding that I am doing in the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Very comfy on rough, hard-packed dirt. Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by Coyote Frank
When the bike came the back rim was bent, so it kept rubbing on the brakes (Yes I adjusted the brakes and everything). But too much of a pain to return and everything... Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by packattack12