The bicycle rear base has a full rotation and is 4 feet high. The lightweight frame is easy to carry and folds in seconds. 7 speeds and a grip style shift. The stem is easy to adjust. The frame can be securely held together with the help of the Resin Folding pedals, Wider Comfortable Saddle and Magnet Catcher. The folded size is H 27" L-31" W-12.5. The weight is 29.0 lbs. It is recommended for riders 16-75 years of age.
👤I bought two bikes for my wife and stepdaughter, and one for my stepdaughter. I got the Campo version before buying theirs. The Campo does not have a handle bar like this version, but I loved it, they are shorter than me. If you're shorter than 6 inches, you should get this version. There is a Philip.
👤The bike is fun. Light, foldable. It is assembled and folded. It seems very well-made. The Campo model has a great price. It's easy to make adjustments to the seat and handlebars. It is easy to fold. It is a pleasure to ride it. I would recommend it to anyone who asked. Good for short rides, but people younger than me might enjoy longer rides. If you lean that way or don't keep your hands on the handlebars, steering will go left or right, so you have to pay attention.
👤It took one week to make adjustments to ride safely. It keeps getting worse and not being able to return it.
👤It's a good value folding bike to commute or ride in the city. In areas of less than rain or snow, having rim brakes is enough. The tires are thick enough to hold up on bumpy pavement, even without suspension parts. The seat pole suspension would be great for any improvement.
👤We have only had them a week so far, but they seem to be the same as advertised. Light and easy to fold and unfold. They will be used in our airplane to get to and from the airport.
👤This was a Christmas present for my husband. It is packaged very securely. It's easy to open and close. He loves it! Will be taking it with us when we go south for the winter.
👤Good quality work. It was packed very well. For camping trips.
👤It was nice to ride. 7 intermediate gears, not super for cruising, a bit hard on steep inclines. Solid built, folds quickly.
The 700c size wheel is for adult riders. The bike has a limited lifetime warranty. This bike has a wide, dual-spring padded cruiser seat and classic cruiser handlebars, which make it an upright and comfortable riding position. It's ideal for riders between 5' 4” to 6' 2” tall. This cruiser is ready for light hills on your ride, with a 7-speed drivetrain, and twist shifters for quick and easy gear changes. The included retro fenders keep you clean and dry, while the intuitive rear coaster brake provides simple stopping power. The Schwinn Huron has a steel cruiser frame and fork that make for a smooth ride, as well as wide tires that provide added stability.
👤A bike ride along the beach with an excellent view is what people like to do. Along with biking at the beach, nothing is more classic than a cruiser. I got this for my wife so she could join me and my son on my mountain bike. There is a The PROS is easy to assemble, it has a classy, vintage look, and it has a twist gear shift to make it easier. I bent it back straight. There is no quick-release lever for the seat. There is a seat adjustment tip. Many people don't know how to adjust their seat height. They may be biking inefficiently. To find the correct seat height. The pedal should point straight down at the 6 o'clock position if you put one foot on it. 2. The ankle ball, the hip bone, and the bottom of the femur are located. 3. The hip, knee, and ankle should have an angle of 30 degrees. 4. The angle should be 30 degrees if you adjust the height of the saddle. The angle between the 3 bone points is determined by the 1mm height you adjust. Happy riding!
👤A friend of mine, Debo, asked to borrow my bike but took a long time to return it. Even though I was not conserned, my father drove me to retrieve my bike even though he was concerned. My friend didn't know which bike I was talking about. I told him that I let him use the beach cruiser a couple weeks ago and had made several attempts to get it back. My friend was unaware that I wanted my bike back. I let my friend know that my father and I shared ownership of the bike. I kept it in my home. My friend seemed to understand my situation but it ended in violence.
👤It was easy to put it together and ride on 4/2. The front brake lever snapped and I would have to ship it back. I will call Schwinn tomorrow to see if the vendor can help. It was beyond disappointing.
👤I just came from a bike ride and it was a smooth ride. The 3 gear is what I got. It was easy to Peddling. I rode it at 1st gear because of the hills. 2nd gear was acceptable on level ground. The bike is in black. I had a lot of head turns on it. I added a cheap front black headlight, tailight and spoke reflectors to make it easier to see at night. I did not rate any stars for assembly because I had a bike assembling expert do it for me. Purchase was sweet. Will ride it for a long time. Go for it and buy it.
👤I rode the bike 12 times. I am a 65 year old man. I was riding at a very leisurely pace and not jumping curbs. The sprocket fell apart after about a dozen rides and I am facing a repair charge. Not very happy.
👤The bike is really good. I was looking for simplicity and it was built to that standard. The package was in perfect shape. The assembly was simple. The right sized allen wrench helped speed things along since multiple sizes are required. The front fender was left off so that it wouldn't be a problem to ride it on wet road conditions, and the rea fender was removed so that it would be more minimalist. Went with the 1 speed and coaster brake model. The roads are easy to ride on. The water bottle holder and under seat bag were installed smoothly. I was surprised to see that it had a kickstand, but the picture looks like it doesn't. If you're looking for a simple cruiser bike for getting some exercise around the neighborhood, and you're happy with the bike, it's a great choice.
The included rear carrying rack is perfect for your work bag and the folding bike has full-wrap fenders to keep you clean and dry while riding. Full suspension mountain bike frame. The 21 speed index derailleur has grip shifters. Front and rear brakes. The seat post is quick.
👤This was a Prime item and it took a week to get to me. I have been having an issue with Amazon not fulfilling 2 day shipping. There is a This was a gift for my girlfriend. Who is 5'4. There is a The bike was packaged well and came in a large box. The box was most likely blown into it by transit. A lot of the vital parts of the bike were unboxed. I will get to that in the review, but I didn't have any protection on them like bubble wrap, which caused an issue after I assembled the bike. There is a The bike was easy to assemble with some basic tools. After inflating the front and back tires and bolting them on the forks, I noticed the front and rear wheel had a slight link in them. It's not a huge deal but still noticeable. The V-breaks became an issue because the slight warp on the wheel would catch on the brake pad even with adjusting the position on the brakes. The biggest problem was the derailleurs. The rear derailleur was in line with the big hole in the box. I don't know what pierced the box, but it caused the rear derailleur to bend, which made the chain noise while pedaling. I had to bend the limiter back in place after I adjusted the H and L screws to fix it. The front and rear derailleurs were out of whack because of this. I had to adjust to that as well. On top of adjusting the cable tension. It took about 3 to 4 hours to adjust the chain path. There is a I had to remove the rear derailleur guard because I couldn't shift on to the first 3 gears. The opinion of the bike is mixed. It's a complete bike with a nice finish. The bike works despite the front shocks being cosmetic. Most of the mechanical parts will be upgraded in the near future. The derailleurs are garbage quality. Don't plan on taking this thing on any jumps or crazy trails until you replace some of the stuff on this bike. There is an update! As of July 15th, the rating was moved to 1 star. The bike went into a pile. After making a weird sound for two days, the freewheel hub seized up and the bike wouldn't shift gears or pedal correctly. It would take too long to get the parts to fix because of covid19 and Amazon's bad shipping times. The parts and specialty tool for fixing a bike would be about $50, which is almost half the price of the bike itself. I bought a quality bike from a company. I suggest that you save yourself the headaches.
👤I was not happy. The bike was destroyed before it was opened. The spokes of the front tire were shoved down through the forks and there were scratches on the frame. After reading through the directions and trying to put it together step by step, I realized that the front tire was bent and that it would rub the break pad. I tried adjusting the breaks, but it didn't help. It's going to be difficult to return it. I guess the only other option is to buy another rim. The next person buying this bike should have the same experience. It would be nice to actually ride your bikes.
A comfortable cruiser spring seat and a comfortable upright riding position are provided by the classic swept-back handlebars. A folding bicycle is designed for commuters. The 6 speed shifter and derailleur are made by the same company. The front and rear of the V-brake are made of semi-alloy. WANDA has 20 x 1.75 tires. The front handle stem is quick to remove. The cap is made of silver color and the bell is made of black color. Assembly and riding are easy.
👤After riding for 3 weeks, the pedal breaks off, I tried to re-build it, but the thread was damaged and I couldn't screw it back. There is a I was able to find people with the same problem, and it looks like this is a common problem. I was upset with the product but more upset with how Amazon handles the service. I threw the original box away because it was fine for the first 3 weeks. I spoke with an agent and they told me I don't need a box. I can bring the bike with me and they will package it. There is a I was told I needed to pay $100 for the box when I visited UPT. I talked to an agent from Amazon. I was made to wait 40 minutes for customer service, but they came back and said they were investigating. I was put on the phone call for another 20 minutes. After an hour. They said I needed a box to open it. This is not good customer service getting back and saying I actually needed a box after an hour. There is a I can't believe Amazon is holding me responsible for the box which costs $100 because it is a bad product. There is a If you purchase this product, be careful of the common defect on the pedal and keep that big box, otherwise you will not be eligible for any service.
👤I am six feet tall with bad knees and pinched nerves in the back, and I have been getting annoyed with the one I have, so I gave this a try. The seat and handle bars fit my body perfectly, and I upgraded the seat all the way up to an inch beyond the maximum height. To assemble the bike, I had to remove the safety ties, close the folding latches, and put air in the tires. No tools needed! The black ring of plastic by the handle bar folder is the lock, if you don't expect it, the bars will fold. The seat bar has a thumb screw on one side, be sure to tighten it a few times before using the lever to lock the position. I put the seat post into a piece of 1 1/4 pvc pipe that is about an inch shorter than the height I normally like, in case I forget to tighten the seat clamp screw. I don't understand why everyone is having problems with the pedals, worked fine for me, but I do know that one pedal will have a reverse thread on it, so be sure to screw the correct one in, on each side, don't force it. I haven't had a problem with the folding joint on the body being used in regular use.
👤It's a good bike. I had to put the pedals, bell, and reflector on the handlebars. It's easy to set up. It's heavier than anticipated, but I can lift it and use it for a good arm workout. Since it's heavy, it takes me a while to store it in the closet. The more I do it, the more I get used to it. It's perfect for my height, and rides very well. The seat can go lower if I change my settings. I use it forbiking around the neighborhood and it has 6 gears. I'm not giving it a full 5 stars since I feel like it could be lighter and there's this noise when I turn the handlebars, which doesn't really make me feel like I'm riding the most quality bike, but hey, for $175 it's good.
The bike is designed with 26 inch wheels and is comfortable for people of 5'4" to 6'2" in height. It is easy to use and maintain a single speed drivetrain. Both front and rear fender help keep clothing clean in damp weather. Wide upright handlebars provide a stable ride and the cruiser saddle absorbs bumps. Easy step-through access can be achieved with a super low, step-through aluminum frame. The bike has a limited lifetime warranty.
👤I bought this bike after reading a lot of reviews. I ordered the bike from Amazon's Warehouse Deals. I paid a good price. I am a 52 year old woman who does not have a lot of mechanical experience, but it was a beautiful day when the bike arrived. I got my iced tea and sat on my porch to figure it out. My husband and son helped me confirm that I did something right. I was able to put the bike together. I'm glad I did, because now adjustments make more sense to me. I know how the parts work. There is a If you're just hoping for a quick experience, you may want to pay a bike shop. I think the bike was a great value and I rate it 5 stars. It seems to be working. For those who read reviews, here are some notes that might help. There is a I read a lot of reviews that said they were hoping for a more blue bike. The bike is silvery blue, not a darker color like Slate, so it should be called "Ice Blue" or something like that. There is a I ordered from Amazon Warehouse Deals and they said the item would be re-packaged. The box was roughed up from shipping, but when I opened it, the inner box held all the bike parts and was frightening. There are dents in the cardboard. I wonder if shipping is really hard on dents. mine was double boxed I wonder if it was returned because of the condition of the box. The box did not seem to have been opened and sealed. I think this is a shipping issue and perhaps unavoidable when you have parts that are easily bent out of shape. There is a I had to look at the diagram, re-read it and think, but I figured them out. I saw a video on the internet of a guy who was mechanical and putting a bike together for his parents and he had the same issues I had. I used after searching. The grease for the handlebar stem is working great. When I adjusted the handlebars, I had to laugh at the smell of menthol. If you don't have a tube of grease they call for, you can use Vaseline. I told a mechanical friend that this will be fine, we're not dealing with high temperatures or huge amounts of friction. I had to bend them into shape to keep them from rubbing, and I had to make sure they were lined up with the bolts. If it is to you, you're warned. If you can't find the stem for the seat, look inside the frame and see if there's a hole that people think they don't have one. It might take a while to get the brakes adjusted. If this doesn't sound like something you want to mess with, then take it to a bike shop for assembly. I didn't mind the changes. This is not a two wheel bike. If you don't remember this, you may think something is wrong. If you learned to ride a two wheel bike, you lean to keep balance. Leaning on this bike will make you feel off balance. You might even want to lean out of a turn. I felt a bit weird on this trike at first, but I took a deep breath and remembered that this was different. As time goes on, it's much better. The road where I live is graded to allow rain to run off so if I'm on the road, it will feel off balance. I only take the road for a short time, then I ride the rails-to-trails near our home. I can work with it better there, as it is graded slightly more for the rain. If the trail is clear, I just take my spot up the middle and my fellow bikers let me know they are coming with a friendly call or ring of their bell and I move over. It's a good thing. Mount/dismount: I whacked the back of my legs with the back wheels. I need to remember that unlike a 2 wheel bike, I have to watch for them. There is a seat. I'm a middle aged woman with an ample middle aged figure. I don't feel bad about looking for a wider, more comfortable seat since I got a nice price on the bike. I only went about 3 miles at a time until I switched seats. There is a If you want a flawless, seamless experience to get up and running, look elsewhere or get professional help to assemble and fine tune. If you're willing to deal with a few small issues, you can get a great trike.
The Schwinn Huron has a steel cruiser frame and fork that make for a smooth ride, as well as wide tires that provide added stability. The 3-Wheel Recumbent Bike is for women and men. It's designed for cruising and exercise on flat paved surfaces. Get a cardiovascular workout with minimal stress on your back and knees. The lined seat provides support. Seniors and adults who prefer a more stable ride can use an outdoor tricycle. The low centre of gravity provides maximum stability. The dual-joystick steering has simple hand movements. Large and small riders can be adjusted to fit adult and youth riders from 4'2” to 6'3” and weigh up to 250 lbs. The Hi-Ten steel frame is durable. A chainless design. The hub has a safety flag and calliper brakes. The weight of the overal is 44 lbs. Mobo Cruiser is a US company. They stand behind their products and ensure customer satisfaction. They will make things right if you contact them at support@mobocruiser.
👤I've been looking for a long time for a ride on the nature trail that is close to my house. I'm 55 years old and I'm fat. I have a balance disorder that makes it impossible for me to use a two-wheeled velocipede. I've returned several vehicles that were too hard to pedal or otherwise make them move because they looked like fun and great exercise, but were too hard to pedal or otherwise make them move. I was discouraged. Other trikes caught my eye, but they were too expensive. I received the Mobo Triton Pro in February and it sat in my foyer for a while. We had some relief from it this past week. My son did a good job assembling my trike. Yesterday was yesterday. It went back to the foyer to wait out the rain. P. The sun peeked out between the clouds and the temperature was perfect. I took the trike out to my driveway. I'm so happy and excited. The trike rides well, the seat is comfortable, I can pedal, and it manages the slight slope of my driveway very well. The brakes work well and the steering became intuitive. The turn radius is wide, which might bother some, but I should be fine on the trail. The trike doesn't pedal in reverse, but I learned a 3-point turn which allowed me to turn around at the base of the driveway and pedal back up to the street. I put my feet on the ground and pushed myself backwards. No problemo! I made ten laps that way to get used to pedaling and steering, and I can't wait to take it out on the trail! It's going to be a lot of fun and I'll be in shape this summer. After just a short time on the bike, I was panting and my shoulders and thighs were a bit achy. Steering and breaking are going to get my arms working and I was worried that I wouldn't get much of a workout in my upper body. I can't get enough of the Mobo Triton Pro. This old lady is going to be in shape and active for the rest of her life. I highly recommend this vehicle for anyone, but especially for those of us getting older and wanting to stay active and have fun!
👤I bought this trike for my daughters to ride. It is limited in function because it only has one speed. It is not fast because top speed is the same as a brisk jog. It feels fast even if I'm not keeping up with my daughter. It seems like the perfect pace for walking a dog. It is fine to climb. I keep the tires pumped up to 40psi and haven't had any issues with traction that other reviews have mentioned. The cushions are comfortable. They are similar to what you find in a gym. There is no strain on the back or hands when you are in a seated position. The frame is sturdy. The instructions were clear and took me about an hour to put together. I'm happy with my purchase and it serves its purpose well.
Kraton grips are comfortable to hold; alloy wheels are black. The Schwinn steel retro city frame and fork is comfortable. Quick gear changes can be provided by the Schwinn 7 speed twist shifter. The front and rear linear pull brakes are made of alloy. The classic rear carrier provides convenient storage. 700c wheels fit riders of 64 to 74 inches tall, and have a limited lifetime warranty.
👤It was great for the bike days before the delivery. There is a All the parts were in good condition. Great. There is a Attaching the front wheel was not so easy. One nut cannot be removed. It seems that Axel is a bit short. Even with a small amount of give, the axel is not long enough for the forks to rest properly. Since one nut is unable to be loosened, I can't even try. There is a The chain gets "jammed" when pedaling backwards. Going in circles to get assistance from Amazon and on hold forever before even being able to speak with a live agent at the number provided.
👤I was worried that the bike wouldn't be tall enough for me. It's fine. I would have needed the bigger frame if I were taller. I put the bike together for 2 hours yesterday. I've never built a bike and know very little about brake systems, but I used to work on my own bike as a kid. The wheels wouldn't even move because the brakes were so hard. I tried adjusting them, but they didn't work out. I put it in my van and took it to our local bike shop, where they had to replace the brakes on a brand new bike. They said the brake lines were bad. I had to pay another $50 to fix the brakes on the bike. It may cost you more to fix what is in the box. I took it for a spin when I got it back, and it was a nice ride. The frame is heavy so you don't feel unstable. I like it now that it's fixed.
👤It is affordable but not usable. Had to return the bike. There is a The back wheel fender was bent out of the box and kept rubbing on the wheel and the brakes don't go back to their initail phase after using, so they keep contacting the wheel while paddling. The 1st gear didn't work. The smallest gear I was able to use was 2nd. It's hard to go uphills. The seat was very uncomfortable. I didn't feel safe on it. There is a The right position is comfortable.
👤Doesn't ride. After assembly with my dad, I need to pay at least $80 to have it fixed. The instructions were followed perfectly. If you don't want to have it fixed right away, I would recommend buying a bike in person. I regret buying this bike. I have time to get it fixed, but I have a bad headaches that is sitting in my garage. I don't like it.
👤The bike was in a box that was torn open. It's not that hard to assemble. There were no pedals to attach. Second surprise! The front wheel was too small and not a quick-release wheel. We called customer service twice. Hope they follow through on their promise to send the missing parts. It's clear from the reviews that ours isn't a one-off problem. Several people are writing about missing parts. What's going on?
The frame and fork of a cruiser is classic. Simple riding and easy maintenance can be achieved with a single-speed drivetrain. The rear coaster brake is easy to use. The front and rear fender add style. A comfortable cruiser spring seat and a comfortable upright riding position are provided by the classic swept-back handlebars.
👤The bike is amazing. It was easy to assemble. The pedals were all I had to do. I'm 4”7” and I have a size 13. I moved the seat all the way down. If you are a little taller, it might fit you in size 13 if you move the seat up a little more. The bike is very fun.
👤I usually look for a used bike to fix up for re-use in a Mexican orphanage, but this Kulana Girls Kiku Cruiser bike is brand new and almost entirely trouble-free. There is a The version that arrived in perfect condition was the one without the attachment nut and bolt. I have a drawer full of similar parts, so that's not a problem for me. Assembly was easy for me, a retired bike mechanic. There is a The finished bike is reliable. With only one speed and a coaster brake, there's very little to adjust, and none of it arrived needing any adjustment beyond attaching separately-packed parts. It will be a big hit at the orphanage, as it rode well for me in a test ride. I couldn't tell if the bike included a kick stand, but it did include one that works well. Definitely recommended.
👤I have a medium build with a purple bike. The color in person is beautiful, the pictures don't do it justice, but I like purple. I have never been so comfortable on a bike. I wanted a bike that I could sit on straight up. I wanted it to be simple. I am satisfied with my choice. I am 37 years old. My daughter and I rode together for the first time. There is a I rode over the hills with little effort. There is a I have no regrets, I think I could have managed a 26” but that adds more weight to the bike. There is a The assembly was more difficult because the instructions weren't for this specific bike, but I figured it out. I look forward to more bike rides.
👤Although these bikes are fun to ride, they should be replaced at your local bike shop over time. We bought 8 of these bikes within the last 3 months and have replaced 12 of them, all of the punctures occured at the same place.
👤For the same price I usually seek in a used bike to fix up for re-use in a Mexican orphanage, this Kulana Womens Cruiser bike is brand new and almost entirely trouble-free. There is a The version that arrived was in perfect condition. Assembly was easy for me, a retired bike mechanic. There is a The finished bike is reliable. With only one speed and a coaster brake, there's very little to adjust, and none of it arrived needing any adjustment beyond attaching separately-packed parts. It will be a big hit at the orphanage, where one of the house moms will use it. I couldn't tell if the bike included a kick stand, but it did include one that works well. Definitely recommended.
Assembly and riding are easy. The Schwinn Hinge folding bike is designed to fit a wide range of riders, and it's convenient to use with this single-speed folding bike. A sturdy steel frame, 20-inch alloy wheels, and a convenient folding system are easy to carry, fold, and store. You can coast when you need a break with the 1-speed drivetrain. The included rear carrying rack is perfect for your work bag and the folding bike has full-wrap fenders to keep you clean and dry while riding.
👤This bike arrived damaged and not as described. The bike is missing one of the two folding pedals, which is the reason I decided to purchase this bike over others. The rear brakes were shot, the arm springs are set so that they won't spring back when the brake is depressed, so the pads had to be replaced at a cost of $20. You need a special tool to replace the severely bent chain sprocket, which costs $50 at a local bike shop. The only reason the bike is getting 3 stars is that the folding aspect of the bike does what I need it to do and now that the bike is fixed, it is at least somewhat visible for riding. The bike has been a disaster. I have been riding this bike for about 10 minutes a day from my work building and parking lot. Everything is breaking. The front fender gets bent when you fold the bike. Same thing with the guard. The poor design of the cable route makes it nearly impossible to get a correct adjustment on the rear brakes. There isn't a good place to attach lighting to the bike to make it legal for night riding. A complete waste of money. Might need to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.
👤If you're looking for a bike that you're not going to fold and unfold often, you're not going to appreciate this bike pros. It rides nice and smooth good looks feels like it's going to last a life time, but it's an awesome bike and it's folding, so it's not a problem. I think Amazon should have a deal with these guys.
👤The bike is heavy for a foldable bike. When I get on the train, I usually wait to fold it until I get to the station, but it can get in the way of other people boarding bikes. I snapped the front brake when I was trying to put the bike together again because the wire always gets caught in the handle. It is very difficult to put it together or take it apart compared to other foldable bikes. I have not had a good experience with this bike.
👤The bike took up too much space because it was heavier than all my mountain bikes. I have a small flight of stairs that I have to use to get to my 1st floor apartment, but it's so heavy that it would be easier to go without it. It takes up less space in my apartment. I love it for that, but it was too heavy. It feels like a very strong bike. The chain would fall off when you spun it using the paddle. It was just a delivery issue. They came to pick it up without any hassle from me. If you don't have to carry it, you can ride and fold it, and keep it in your garage, without having stairs or small doors. If you don't have stairs or have to carry it a lot, I give this bike a 4 to 5 stars rating.
The bike has a limited lifetime warranty. The Huffy Stone Mountain is ready for outdoor adventures with a Denim Blue hardtail frame and 21 speeds, just follow the steps in the product manual. The ideal for ages 13 and up and a minimum rider height of 5 feet, the frame is durable and backed by a limited lifetime warranty. The TZ-31 rear derailleur has a micro-shift twist shifter and aremovable rear derailleur guard to ensure consistent gear operation. The 26" X 1.95" knobby tires tear into dirt bike paths with ease; linear pull hand brakes deliver consistent stopping action; premium padded ATB saddle has stitched sides for lasting quality; and the alloy quick release provides easy seat height adjustment. The handlebars have a slight rise to minimize back and shoulder strain, and the pedals have a responsive feel.
👤I don't like writing bad reviews, I have a business and I understand when people want to rant about nonsense to get money back. That is not the reason I am here. I am here to save others from what I went through. I usually read reviews before I buy, but I didn't because I trusted the "Amazon's Choice" label. I thought I could go wrong. If I knew that the price would lead to me saying "you get what you pay for", I would have bought a nicer bike, which is what I will do now. There is a The bike is junk, it is sitting in a dump. It is garbage. I have ridden it at least 4 times. The handle bar comes loose every time I ride it, even though I have been trying to ride for about an hour to get a decent work out. I couldn't believe it when it came so loose the first time. Maybe I didn't tighten it enough. There is a Every time I ride, I have to tighten it as much as possible and it will come loose at the end of the hour. On my last ride, the left pedal is falling off, not only was the handlebar loose, but it was also my last ride. I am not doing bike stunts or tricks, I am not mountain biking on crazy trails. I ride my bike around Boston on easy trails that are not strenuous. I am a novice rider who is barely pushing the limits of the bike yet this piece of trash is falling apart right from under me as I ride it gently around bike trails in the city. It is a kind of joke. Don't waste your money. Get a real bike if you spend a little more. I will have to eat the loss since the return policy doesn't allow me to return it anymore. You will never get another dollar from me again because you stole the money.
👤I was skeptical when I bought this bike because of all the negative reviews. I check reviews and photos when buying online. There is a I know a lot about bikes, so I think huffy is a good brand. I have never put together a bike before but it seemed straight forward without the manual, I just don't care to read a manual. I was able to put the bike together in 1 hours without reading the manual or knowing how to assemble it. There is a It didn't fall apart on my ride with it, it was a first timer. There is a When I first took this bike for a ride, I immediately started playing with the gears to figure out what level I wanted the gears set at. There is a The tires that came with the bike seamed really comfy when I rode it, compared to others I have ridden recently. They wear hard as rocks. The bike seat was rather uncomfortable but I have a better seat downstairs. I will swap them! There is no big deal. It is easy to adjust to this bike. There is a The post office refused to deliver the package because it was too big, and it was frustrating. There is a They need to have someone else ship the item to resolve the issue. There is a If the shipping issue was fixed, I would give this five stars, but I am rating it a solid.
The cruiser riding position is upright. The folding frame with 20-inch wheels fit riders 56 to 74 inches tall. Smooth gear changes are provided by the 7-speed twist shifter. The front and rear linear pull brakes are secure. The bag for easy storage is included in the rear carrier. The smooth rolling street tires are perfect for commute.
👤I just finished my commute on a Schwinn folding bike, and I can say it was not bad. I decided to invest in a foldable bicycle for when I travel or if I ever make a quick trip downtown because I commute on a Retrospec Beaumont 7 speed. There are two parts to my review; my thoughts on the Schwinn loop and how it stacks up as a daily commuter. I have ridden a fair amount, work on my own bikes, and commute a fair amount, but I am not a bike expert. I used to commute on a big box mountain bike, but have recently upgraded to 200-400 dollar bicycles, which I would recommend to anyone putting more than 200-300 miles on their bike a year, or want a bike that lasts a long time. The old adage in biking is "pick two". This is a good rule of thumb. The bike is 33 pounds heavier than other folding bikes, but it is one of the cheapest in the world. The bike is fun to ride, but at this price point companies tend to have to take a few precautions. The tires seem to be of a cheaper compound, which is fine in good weather, but not as good in rain. I wish they had put on a softer compound tire that would grip better. I think they could have made a better choice on the tires. I did 10 miles in the morning and 10 in the afternoon, and the seat wasn't my favorite, but you definitely ride a 10 mile each way commute with no problems. Finding a seat to make everyone happy is hard because people have their own preferences. Schwinn went with a bike seat that was softer on the softer side. Soft seats are good for a mile or two, but can hurt your rear more quickly than a firm seat. I think this seat is for people who commute 3-7 miles. If I rode this every day, I would think about changing it out for a harder seat post. I just rode 20 miles, and would have no problem doubling that distance with no issues. The welded on rear rack of the bike makes it easier to carry your stuff, and you don't have to worry about the weight snapping or bending your rear rack. The setup of the bikes was very good. I was impressed that the components were in perfect working order and didn't need to be adjusted out of the box. If you are not familiar with brake adjustments or derailleurs, you should have a bike mechanic look over your bike. I had my bike ready to ride in 30 minutes. A quick lube. I was ready to go. The bike is a good looking bicycle for the money and could be reliable if taken care of properly. The rim brakes are easy to maintain, but you can get a better stopping power by using a brand like koolstops. There is a How does this foldable bike compare to other bikes? I prefer a full size bike over the foldable. You feel the bumps more on the 20 in tires. You won't find yourself wishing you had a lower gear most of the time because of the hearing on this. You won't be flying by anyone either. If you're climbing on a bike path or downhill, you might wish you had a higher gear or two. Most people will go with the factory setup if you change it out. Who is going to spend money on a Schwinn bike that is perfectly fine to ride? I didn't notice much difference on my commute, but there is a little bit of flex. The main issues between this and a regular hybrid are speed, but I don't think the average person will care that this bike is slower than a regular hybrid. The bike is fun to ride, but I will stick with my 700. I could see this being a great bike for someone who works in downtown or somewhere where leaving their bike locked outside is not an option, or for someone with limited space for a bike in their house or apartment. For me, it serves its purpose well for a short commute if I want a quick change up from my 700, to lend out to friends if they want to bike the greenway bike trails. If you don't see an update, you can assume the bikes have been going well since the date of this publication. I still prefer my Retrospec, but I think this could be a really fun commuter bike for someone, and it is a pretty good bike. Update 3/24/ 2020. I put a couple hundred miles on this, checked it on a flight, and think I can give better input. I found a seat on Amazon for ten bucks, and I changed it to one from Retrospec. I was able to bring a folding bike to the office because the clinic wouldn't let me bring a full size bike inside. I have a month to commute on this. The only changes I have made is to add a Retrospec seat and attach a plastic crate with zip ties and a towel to keep it from scratching the paint. If the stock saddle doesn't work for you, you can switch it out. I would recommend looking for a harder seat, as soft seats are more uncomfortable than hard seats on long journeys. The best way to commute is to use a semi-hard seat. I bought a plastic crate from Walmart for 7 bucks and put a black towel underneath to keep it from scratching the paint. I have five bungee cords in the middle and two zip ties that keep it from sliding back. This bike has a very rugged steel frame and is a good choice for a grocery store bicycle because it has low gear and is easy to pull a trailer with. The smaller tires are more resistant to abuse. The rear triangle is small for most of the panniers, so I tried to put them on. I was surprised by the Schwinn loop after a couple hundred miles. If you change out the seat, you will have a pretty rugged commuter than can fit in under a minute for the office. Don't fly if you don't have a hard shell suitcase. I tried to check it with the case it came with. I arrived at my location with a bent derailleur. If you want to fly with this, you can either buy a hardshell suitcase that will fit its dimensions or bring it as carry on. The case it comes with is useless for anything other than storage. I think it's still good, but I would recommend this bike to anyone looking for a reliable and economical foldable bicycle. There is an update 9/3/2020. I am changing my review to 5 stars because I have 500-600 miles on this. This is my errand bike. I load this bike up with extra weight on the back and it does a great job. Is it the best folding bike? You can't beat it at its price point. I think it does better than any other bicycle for the same price. It is a conversation starter. People ask me about it, or give me praise. People think it might be an electric bicycle. It is really enjoyable to ride. The short frame and 20 inch tires make it responsive. You are going to have to fight off the smiles. I will have to service the hub and crank soon. The bike has taken a couple spills after the front brake noodle broke. I don't fault the company for that. The commuter and folding bike is on sale for $250. You will not find a better folding bicycle at this price point. I was worried that the cheap bikes would break quickly, but this bike has held up well. If you are looking for a do everything bike to get you around, I would not hesitate to pull the Trigger. Be prepared to swap the seat out and re-grease and service the hubs sooner than a folding bicycle. The stopping power on the brakes is perfect for me, at 180 pounds. When the stock pads run out. I will replace them with kool stop pads. I swapped to a bending brake noodle and it solved the problem of the brake noodles hitting the frame. You are getting a great bicycle, enjoy it.
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