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bicycle light reviews - Schwinn Women's
Schwinn Women's High Timber Bicycle (Light Blue)
The Schwinn 26" High Timber Mountain Bike is ready to hit the trails with its rugged steel frame, SR front shock-absorbing fork, comfortable padded seat and 21 speed transmission. And because its a Schwinn, you know it uses only quality components and is backed by a lifetime of expertise in the cycling industry. Features: Steel mountain geometry frame for easy controlled riding SR Suntour suspension fork smoothes the path and increases control SRAM Grip Shift shifters for easy gear changes. Adjustable seat height, 21speeds with Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur for quick shifts. Rustproof alloy rims are strong and lightAlloy linear pull brakes stop precisely, SR Suntour alloy cranks offer optimal on or off-road gearing, 26" all-terrain wheels,tires Schwinn quality padded saddle softens ride. Some assembly required Specifications:
Hit the trails with confidence with the Schwinn High Timber women's mountain bike. The High Timber is outfitted with a steel mountain frame and an SR front shock-absorbing fork, which combine to produce a stable, controlled ride regardless of the terrain. The bike shifts just as easily thanks to the SRAM 21-speed drivetrain, SRAM grip shifters, and MTB Triple derailleurs. And riders will love the 26-inch all-terrain wheels and Schwinn-quality padded saddle, which team up to soften the ride. Other details include rustproof alloy rims, precise alloy linear pull brakes, and SR Suntour alloy cranks for optimal on- or off-road gearing.
Color: Light blue
Size: 26 inches
Frame: Schwinn steel mountain
Crank: SR Suntour alloy MTB
Bottom bracket: Sealed with ball BB system
Derailleurs: MTB Triple
Shifters: SRAM MRX Grip Shift
Chain: KMC Z-51
Rims: Alloy 36H black
Hubs: QR alloy 36H
Spokes: 14G black
Tires: Schwinn 26 x 1.95, MTB
Pedals: PP platform
Brakes: Alloy linear pull
Brake levers: Alloy 2.5 finger
Handlebar: 30mm MTB rise bar
Stem: 30-degree rise MTB stem
Headset: 1-inch threaded
Grips: Schwinn Kraton soft MTB
Saddle: Schwinn padded MTB
Seatpost: 25.4mm alloy
Extras: Clear coated paint and graphics, alloy kickstand, rack and fender mounts
Schwinn's bikes allow riders of all ages and abilities to experience the joy of riding. From "walk 'n' roll" kids bikes to the Le Tour Legacy, Schwinn suits the needs of riders across the U.S. and around the world. Each bike is built to the Schwinn quality standard based on 100-plus years of cycling heritage, passion, and expertise. The company also sells a variety of related gear, including helmets and pads, pumps, saddles, lights, storage bags, repair kits, bike trailers, and jogging strollers.
Bicycle with flowers
Taken with my new 50 mm lens. Funny thing how different things look when viewed on the bigger computer screen as compared to the tiny LCD screen when you're reviewing the shot. Sometimes I have a bad habit of just deleting a shot that looks bad when I review it after taking the shot. This was one of those pictures that almost suffered that fate. When I viewed it on the camera, I thought it was too dark and was tempted to delete it off the memory card. I didn't, decided to just take another picture with slightly different settings, and composition (since I usually do a lot of hand held stuff during my lunch break and within walking distance of work), and figured to see how things looked when I got home. The second one looked a lot better on the LCD screen, but once I saw this larger on the computer screen, it struck me as being the better of the two. Appearances can be deceiving at times, and I'm glad I didn't let the first one stick. I really like the composition of this one better, and the shadows and contrast hitting the bike and creating an interesting backdrop. I've seen a similar bicycle (also with a basket of flowers, changed seasonally) in front of another store front a couple blocks away from this one, and have tried taking pictures of that one, but i could never get the exposure the way I wanted, and the sky always gets blown out. It always struck me as an interesting subject. I am glad I found this as a good, if not better alternative. I like the "story" that it tells me, even if it is a complete work of fiction. (Personal or public use of this photograph outside of the Flickr community without my explicit permission is prohibited. Any use within the Flickr community should comply with Flickr's guidelines. Thank you.)
In Amsterdam, there is the little green man, but there is also the bicycle traffic light. I cheat a bit with the foreigh'r subject, but I was too tempted. I think this is funny to get the 3 colours on the same light. and if there is ray up and down, this is because a bus passed by.
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Equipped with a smooth-riding front-suspension fork, the Mongoose Montana mountain bicycle is a great choice for both trail and street riding. The bike includes such features as a full alloy MTB frame that holds up durably to rough handling, along with MTB riser bars and a quill stem. SRAM MRX shifters and Shimano rear derailleur, meanwhile, provide plenty of control whether you're on flat or hilly terrain. Finally, the bike's alloy black rims with tires to roll smoothly over pavement, grass, or dirt. Other features include alloy linear pull brakes and levers, an adjustable quick-release seat, a three-piece ATB crank, and a rust-resistant powder coating.
Equipped with an aluminum mountain frame and smooth-riding front-suspension fork, the Mongoose Montana women's mountain bike is a great choice for both trail and street riding. The bike includes such features as a full alloy MTB frame that holds up durably to rough handling, along with MTB riser bars and a quill stem. The bike's SRAM MRX shifters and Shimano rear derailleur, meanwhile, provide plenty of control whether you're on flat or hilly terrain. Finally, the bike's alloy black rims and tires roll smoothly over pavement, grass, or dirt. Other features include alloy linear pull brakes and levers, an adjustable quick-release seat, a three-piece ATB crank, and a rust-resistant powder coating.
Frame: Full alloy MTB
Fork: Front suspension
Rear derailleur: Shimano
Shifters: SRAM MRX twist
Brakes: Alloy linear pull
Saddle: Adjustable quick release
Handlebar: MTB riser
Crankset: 3-piece ATB
Founded in 1974 in a Southern California garage, Mongoose has always been an innovator. From the company's initial cast-magnesium MotoMag wheels to its current crop of BMX, mountain, and pavement bikes, the Mongoose name has been synonymous with bicycle performance. Mongoose builds specifically for riders, which is why the company's BMX designers aren't wasting time watching reruns on ESPN2. Instead, they're constantly testing their new designs at the park, on the track, and on the hill. This continuous experimentation is what drives Mongoose to cook up things like the Front Porch head tube, which lets you fine-tune the handling on Black Diamond series mountain bikes, or Freedrive suspension technology, which eliminates pedal bob and provides a super-efficient full suspension. Mongoose bikes don't just push the limits; they set new ones.