Schwinn Suburban Mens Classic Comfort Bike, 26-Inch Wheels, 7 Speed Drivetrain, 18-Inch Steel Frame, Alloy Linear Hand Brakes, Black
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A description of the production location is below The City of Tianjin, the Province of Tianjin in China
It has 26 x 2 tires, which are normal for a black Suburban. I do not have a measurement. Thanks for your kind words.
The Schwinn Suburban Sport, which has several gear range settings, offers effortless pedaling and is very easy to use. I am 74 and 5' 4" tall, therefore purchased a bicycle that is suited to my height and needs. On the right handlebar of the bike is a gear selector you can easily use by turning the number selector to the number you want. When I begin, I start off in a lower number and advance to a higher one as I go along. Despite being able to straddle it while standing with both feet on the ground and having a seat that adjusts to most any height, it is my choice. Although I did change the seat for a wider one, it has been a great bike so far.
I purchased this seat-post rack as well as a matching anodized paint shelf for my bike. It looked great on the shelf. I put it on the bike and it looked terrible. It is worth noting that riding a cruiser type rack is more convenient and looks better than a mountain bike rack even though the fitness bike is a hybrid. There is no doubt that Schwinn's racks are the best looking and most functional.
Selected User Reviews For Schwinn Suburban Mens Classic Comfort Bike, 26-Inch Wheels, 7 Speed Drivetrain, 18-Inch Steel Frame, Alloy Linear Hand Brakes, Black
Regardless of my expectations regarding style, comfort, quality, workmanship, or everything else, this bike met them all. There should be five stars for this game. I did take away one star, however, because the factory failed to adjust the front brake properly and rear derailleur in an inexcusable manner. The adjustments would have been easy in the factory, but taking the time to find out how to make them cost me time and money. Here is what I would like to say to "Mr. Schwinn. " By not giving quality control the attention it deserves, companies lose their reputations.
I like the bike and it is It is the extremely poor assembly instructions that are causing the problem. You will find a handbook for many different hybrid bike styles in the kit. There is a lot of information in the manual that is not included. My frustration is that there is no information in the manual or online that I could find on how to assemble the handlebar correctly. As you can see, it came straight out of the box in the picture below. To correctly assemble the bike, all I could do was look at a picture of the original bike. Unfortunately, this is disappointing to say the least. If you have assembly experience, you may be able to It is better to hire someone if you have no experience and save yourself some time and frustration.
I am 6'5" and 275 pounds, so I am nervous of breaking As well as front shocks being for fools, I thought rear shocks were useless. It is a bike that fits well, is strong, is comfortable, and is simple to use. A warehouse deal was the source of my purchase. In addition to having a good amount of dust covering the bike, it had some real damage only to the rear fender, which can be easily repaired by hand. One really weird thing, and I am not wrong about this, is the pedals and cranks are marked incorrectly. The changes I made haven't needed to be reversed. My original assumption about the pedals was incorrect. Their statement was accurate. The right side of the thread has the reverse direction.
I threw away the instructions directly in the trash when I unpacked the bike. Only a general overview of what needs to be done can be gained from them. There are some crucial aspects of building a bike that are not covered by them. They are not accurate to the model of the bike either. As useless as their assembly video is on YouTube. To find instructions on how to use Park Tools, watch the videos on YouTube. A bike seat for a bicycle There is a wrong way to face the tube You could loosen the nut on the right (looking at the bottom of the seat using the pipe as a guide) several turns until the teeth loosen enough to allow you to click the pipe closer to the seat. Position the seat on the bike so that it is level with the pavement, and return it to its original position. The fender is attached now A screwdriver should not be used With an Alan wrench, tighten the screw. You WILL strip these screws if the screws are attached too tightly to the frame. You should loosen them with an alan wrench first, and be careful because you can get them stripped The Caliper brakes will prevent you from attaching the front tire, and these are not mentioned in the instruction manual. The wire that connects the two sides of the calipers should not be hot - take a look at that spot. You can see a metal bracket holding a steel drum on the line, along with a rubber dinghy. Then you can separate them by pinching the calipers against each other and pulling the metal drum apart from Set your tire in the holder. Because the tire takes up too much space, it is unlikely you will be able to mount the drum back on the bracket. Make sure to put more tension on the nut to the right by using a 5 hex wrench. I noticed that on both my bicycles, the wire caps were improperly crimped and fell off as soon as they were touched, exposing sharp, frayed metal wires. In the event that the instructions had been provided before purchasing the bikes, I would not have purchased them.
If only the pre-seminars had been conducted better, the assembly itself could not have been the mission that it turned out to be There were no mistakes made during assembly. There is a large box in which the bike comes partially assembled. There is no need to deal with the chain I like that the seat is easy to handle and the handlebars are also easy to handle. It was a real challenge to manage the front wheel and the brakes. To top it all off It was a pain to attach the silly dirt guard on the front wheel. There were so many screws that were twisted tightly in their threads that I almost stripped them trying to loosen them so I could attach the guard. A truly unnecessary effort. The front brakes were also badly assembled, and I had to take them apart completely The rest of it is as follows You'll want to keep it.
The purchase of this bicycle was an excellent decision. This motorcycle has a sleek yet modern design, and I enjoy it for its smooth, comfortable ride. Our commutes to work and trips to the country are both enjoyable on this motorcycle. You still have a good feeling even if you are in gravel. Since I am accustomed to mountain bikes (which are almost always uncomfortable), I was pleasantly surprised to find that the seat was very comfortable. There may be some soreness following a lengthy ride, but it generally provides excellent support and cushion, and does not leave any lingering effects the following It is also very easy to adjust the seat. The other aspects of the bike are a little more difficult to adjust or assemble. I had someone else put together and adjust the bike for me, and I would recommend that, or hiring a bike shop to do it. The service is for anyone who does not have the tools or equipment to assemble their bicycle at home or is unfamiliar with the process. Lastly, I’d like to point out that As the frame itself is suitable for mounting a holder for a water bottle or a U-shaped tube, it's perfect for storing items Chain or lock. The bike is fantastic and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.