Schwinn Men's Voyager 3 700C Wheel Hybrid Bicycle
|Price:||$199.99 - $299.00|
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- Schwinn Comfort 700c steel frame is durable, has an upright geometry, and features rack and fender mounts for added versatility and functionality
- Schwinn Rigid Steel fork and Comfort Steel handlebar is durable enough to handle moderately steep trails
- Drivetrain offers 21 gearing options with SRAM MRX grip shifters and Shimano Tourney front and rear derailleurs for climbing, accelerating, and reaching top speeds
- Alloy V-Brake will respond when you get a little out of control
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<p>For comfort and lasting durability on your casual rides, the 2015 Schwinn Voyageur 3 comfort bike can't be beat. The Schwinn Comfort 700c steel frame is durable, has an upright geometry, and features rack and fender mounts for added versatility and functionality. The Voyageur 3 can even handle some moderately steep trails thanks to the Schwinn Rigid Steel fork and Comfort Steel handlebar.</p> <p>The drivetrain features 21 gearing options for climbing, accelerating, and reaching top speeds. The SRAM MRX grip shifters will work seamlessly thanks to the Shimano Tourney front and rear derailleurs sucking up chain slack, and the Alloy V-Brake will respond when you get a little out of control.</p> <p>The Voyageur 3 also features a durable wheelset that can handle city potholes and trail rocks. The aluminum alloy rims and the Kenda Kourier tires perform well on pavement and dirt and will help extend the life of the bike. For casual comfort, the Schwinn Voyageur 3 answers the call.</p>
Top Customer Reviews
You WILL need a thin bike pedal wrench to put on the pedals, and a spoke nipple wrench to true the wheels. My wheels were WAY off. It took me at least 30-45 minutes to get them right.
I did eventually take my bike to a pro to check my work and he gave me a fist bump and said he only had to make a few minor tweaks.
I changed the springy marshmallow seat for a proper one, and flat bars are coming. I intend to buy a nice Cannondale for longer
-Difficulty in assembly. I personally found it difficult to follow the directions. They include directions for many different models, and you have to guess which sections are for your bike. I had enough difficulty with assembling the derailers to the point where I just paid the guys at the bike shop to take care of it for me.
-Gear shifts are not always smooth, often are not actually. I actually had the chain disconnect completely at one point, while on the road. Thankfully I was able to pull over and get it back on the sprocket
-After only riding for a few weeks (albeit 30-40 miles), I hear some squeaks when I pedal