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Schwinn Wayfarer 700c Women's Hybrid Bike
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- Limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike
- 7-speed shifters and Schwinn rear derailleur
- Steel retro urban style frame with coordinating fenders and rack, Schwinn quality spring seat
- Alloy front and rear V brakes
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Schwinn is the most trusted name in bikes in America.
A bike you can ride anywhere you want to look good
The tires are thick enough that it is a stable ride. And the riding position is upright so you have plenty of visibility. An included rack, fenders, coordinating seat and grips.
- A bike look that fits your city style
- It will look sweet with a cute hat on Saturday at the farmers' market
- 7 speeds, all you really need for city riding
Schwinn: The brand from yesterday that is riding into tomorrow
Schwinn was established in 1895, in Chicago, IL. Remembered for iconic bikes like the Phantom, the Varsity, the Stingray and the original Krate and Picker series of children's bikes, Schwinn has made it possible for riders of all ages to experience the thrill of riding a bicycle. 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. You can count on Schwinn.
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the pictures (and corresponding text) are for Schwinn bicycle, and it does not match the stuff contained in the box(i.e. the real bicycle we got, apparently NOT manufactured by schwinn), and it even does not have a list of what we are suppose to get. It took me couple of hours to figure out how to put them together, without matching instructions.
The customer service is pretty good, they are going to ship me the manual and other missing part.
I don't feel good about this bicycle so far, hope the manual can help me make it better
1. Tires had 0 air in them, delaying me a couple of days while I ordered a pump..
2. Paint was scraped off on several parts before I even took it out of the box :(
3. Good GOD the instructions!!! They're generic ones because Schwinn, a multi-multi-million dollar company cheaped out. My boyfriend got an entirely different model and we both received the same instructions. So, throw them away and save yourself the headache (and shave off at least an hour of time spent thinking you're crazy). Instead, look at photos and watch a video. You will save SOO much time.
4. Don't trust that the pre-assembled parts are assembled correctly. They probably aren't.
5. The seat is sort of like sitting on a rock. So, if you were expecting something comfy, you should buy a seat cover.
Upon arrival, my bike was in great condition. There was nothing missing, nor broken spokes, no dented rim. I didn't experience any issues. It took me and my husband maybe 20 minutes to put together (with two toddlers running around!). Assembly is easy peasy. Also, I am 5'2 and 125lbs for reference.
A few factors determined why I chose this hybrid bike.
Gears: this bike has 7 gears. It’s enough to get me over steeper heels, as well as riding comfortably or with resistance on flat ground. These gears only stuck a few times when I first rode it. After a few times scaling back-and-forth with the gears, they stopped sticking and now switch smoothly and quickly.
Frame: this bike is light weight. It isn’t as light as a rode bike, but it’s definitely a lot lighter than a cruiser. I am able to easily carry my bike, if needed. While riding, its light weight frame enables me to ride a bit quicker and smoothly with less effort…even with my gears up. The seat is adjustable so you can lower or raise it as needed. I'm short, so I like to stay closer to the ground.
Tires: The tires are pretty thin. I would say about a third of the thickness of a cruiser. The tires are thin, but unlike road bikes, they are full of air so I can just put it on the pump if needed. The thin tires allow me to ride faster and turn easier.
Brakes: The front brakes merely slow you down. I don’t really use them, but they could be handy. The back brakes are what I use and work very well. Granted, if you mess with them then they might not work properly. The brakes are on the handle bars, and this is great. I don’t like pedal brakes.
Fenders: it comes with a front and back fender to protect you from getting dirty!
The bike has a flat surface on the back where you can put a basket or something to store your stuff. Not a necessity, but this is nice and convenient. I love the color. I anticipated the color to be a little darker, but the mint is truly pretty. I love the white seat and handle bar grips. However, the seat is one of the most uncomfortable seats I have ever ridden on. It is a hard rock under your butt. It’s awful. I really need to replace it with something with more cushion. I hate the seat!
Overall, I love my bike and am so pleased with it…except for the seat. This bike gave me what I needed between a road bike and my old beloved cruiser. I would recommend purchasing this bike…and purchasing a different seat.
Only problem that we had is the screw to attach the front fender must have been lost in transit or was never packaged with the bike. The nut was present, just no screw! Will hit home depot to see if we can find something that will fit.
However, I use the bike to commute daily and it is great. It is a bit heavy compared to some pricier bikes, so you really do feel your legs working to pedal it although it does ride very smoothly. Assembly was no big deal, took me 1.5 hours and I'm not a pro at the whole deal... I did have the chain break in half while riding, but I took it to the local bike store and they fixed it in about 5 minutes. The white pleather is a bit dangerous if you regularly wear jeans, mine stained in the first week.
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