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PTI Schwinn Deluxe Child Carrier
PTI Schwinn Deluxe Child Carrier
Featuring the Schwinn brand Americans have trusted for over one hundred years this child carrier mounts directly onto the frame of the bicycle, placing children safely and securely into position behind the rider while allowing them to experience the ride itself. Sports products are designed with safety as the first and foremost concern and are constructed of high quality parts and materials to prevent degradation over time. Thoroughly tested, our products last through years of use before they are recommended for replacement, ensuring safe cycling for years to come.

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Schwinn label
Schwinn label
My daughter's bicycle, bought from Wal-Mart in the last year or so. Was rather surprised to see the Schwinn name in a discount store. The bike looked just as cheap and flashy as all the other Asian imports. Looked online and found that Schwinn company was dead, and only the name survived. For me this is especially odd. When I was a kid, the luckier guys got Schwinn "Sting Rays". During college I worked in bike shops - one that failed, and one that was one of the best in southern California. Schwinn was a constant strong presence in that world (much like IBM once was in the computer world, and how Microsoft is today). Schwinn shops did very well. Schwinn bicycles were heavy in construction and very durable, if somewhat outdated in design (even then - thirty years ago). The heavy, durable design made sense when bikes were bought mainly by parents for children, but not so much when adults started to bicycling. Because of the well-known name, many customers came in looking for a Schwinn. Once a customer compared riding a Schwinn with riding one of the lighter, more modern Japanese, Italian, or English bicycles - Schwinn lost another customer. (Geez, I had almost forgotten that part.) That Schwinn stayed out of step for many years after, and ultimately failed - this I did not know. Not a big surprise, all things considered.
¦ ¦ -->> .. the mother seems a tad concerned that an animated Tiger is magically hovering a 20 lb. bicycle over her familys' heads. .. the children are mildly indifferent and amazed. ..i think i'll go out side and see if i can hover my bicycle over my head ..just like Tony's magic !! ..wish me luck !! ~ t

schwinn kids bicycles
schwinn kids bicycles
Schwinn Boy's Scorch Bicycle (Red)
A great choice for teaching your youngster to ride a bike, the BMX-style 16-inch Scorcher bike from Schwinn features a grown-up look that's great for showing off around the neighborhood. It's outfitted with hybrid slick tires for a good grip over any surface, front pegs (just like a real BMX bike), an enclosed chain guard to help prevent snags and dirty pants cuffs. The coaster-style brakes make stopping a breeze for new cyclists, and the Scorcher also includes both front and rear caliper brakes which allows the child to learn how to use handbrakes safely. Other features include training wheels for stability while learning and a comfortably padded BMX-style seat that's easily adjustable with the quick realease lever. Recommended for ages 3 to 6.

The Boy's Scorch Bicycle from Schwinn delivers authentic BMX-style in a 16-inch learning size ideal for three to six year old riders. The bike's unique freestyle frame boasts the same look and feel of the grownup counterpart, while training wheels offer the stability required for learning. Training wheels are easy to pop off when young riders are ready, and the intuitive rear coaster brake and front caliper brake provide the control needed at higher speeds. The Scorcher is outfitted with hybrid slick tires that offer grip over any surface, an enclosed chain guard to help prevent snags and dirty pants cuffs, and a front handlebar pad for further protection. Additional details include front pegs (just like a real BMX bike) and a height-adjustable padded BMX-style seat.
Size: 16 inches
Steel Freestyle Frame
1-Piece Steel Crank with Cutout
Ball Bearing Large Style Bottom Bracket
ZMC-C410 Chain
16-inch Steel Rims
Bolt On Steel Hubs
Spokes: 14-gram
Tires: Schwinn 16 x 2.35-inch
Pedals: Feimin-Resin
Brakes: Steel Caliper
Brake Levers: Alloy Lever/Resin Clamp
Handlebar: BMX Style Crossbar
Headset: Quill Alloy 4-Bolt
Stem: 1-inch Threaded
Grips: Schwinn Kraton Soft with Flange
Saddle: BMX Padded with Bumper
Seatpost: 25.4 x 200 millimeter
Handlebar Pad
Enclosed chain guard
BMX Pegs