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Schwinn Bicycle Frame

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    bicycle frame
  • A bicycle frame is the main component of a bicycle, on to which wheels and other components are fitted. The modern and most common frame design for an upright bicycle is based on the safety bicycle, and consists of two triangles, a main triangle and a paired rear triangle.
  • The Schwinn Bicycle Company was founded by German-born mechanical engineer Ignaz Schwinn (1860-1945) in Chicago in 1895, became the dominant manufacturer of American bicycles through most of the 20th century and is now an out-sourced sub-brand of Pacific Cycle, currently owned by the multi-
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schwinn bicycle frame - Schwinn Men's
Schwinn Men's Wayfarer 7 Speed Bicycle (Silver)
Schwinn Men's Wayfarer 7 Speed Bicycle (Silver)
The Schwinn Wayfarer men's retro bikes comes equipped with a steel retro frame for upright comfortable riding. Shimano 7 speed drive train with SRAM shifters for fast, easy gear changes. The Wayfarer also comes with full fenders and a rear rack to carry cargo. Alloy linear pull brakes for sure stopping and a wide cruising saddle with springs to cushion the ride. This bike is ideal for commuting to work or cruising down a leisurely bike path.

Built for commuting, around-town, and bike trail riding, the men's Wayfarer bike from Schwinn offers a comfortable upright riding position and a transmission than can handle up and downhill riding. The retro steel city frame is paired with a retro handlebar that keeps your neck and shoulders straight to reduce back strain. Meanwhile, the seven-speed gearing with a reliable Shimano drivetrain and SRAM grip shifters allow you to take on inclines and declines with confidence. Additional details include strong alloy linear pull brakes, sturdy alloy rims, a forgiving Schwinn quality padded saddle, fenders, and a classic Schwinn rear rack.
Wheel Size: 700c
Seven-Speed Drivetrain
Schwinn Classic Lightweight Cruiser Frame
Swept Back Cruiser Handlebar
Schwinn Classic Padded Dual Spring Chrome Saddle
Schwinn Cruiser Alloy Stem
1-inch Threaded Headset
25.4-millimeter steel Seatpost
Alloy Linear Pull Brakes
Alloy Twist Shifter Compatible 4 Finger Brake Levers
Schwinn Forged One-Piece, 46-Tooth Sprocket Crank
Sealed with Ball Bottom Bracket System
SRAM MRX Grip Shift Shifters
KMC Z-50, Black Chain
Alloy 36-hole Rims
QR Alloy 36-hole Hubs
14-gram UCP Spokes
Schwinn 700 x 35c Tires
Rubber Block Pedals
Vinyl Stitched Cruiser Grips
Clear Coated Paint and Graphics
Chain Guard
Classic Schwinn Rear Rack
Alloy Kickstand

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Roger on Richland Avenue with Schwinn Bicycle
Roger on Richland Avenue with Schwinn Bicycle
I am on my Schwinn bicycle in front of our house on Richland Avenue, in Lakewood, Ohio. It is a new bicycle. I did not learn to ride a bicycle until we moved to Lakewood in 1945, when I was nine years old. I guess this photo was taken around my tenth birthday in 1946. My brother David is on the tricycle at right. I do not recognize the boy on the steps. He may be one of the Hacketts, who lived next door, to the right of the photo. The Schwinn bicycle was a heavy American bicycle. No gears. The lighter bicycles which are now the standard were called English bicycles, and were a luxury in the 1940s. The bicycle had a spring between the frame and front wheel assembly, which was supposed to give a smoother ride. I found it an annoyance, because the lack of a rigid connection meant that I could not have a basket on the bike. The only thing I could use was saddlebags, which went over the rear wheel. This is the only bicycle which I owned, until I moved to Sarasota. I kept it through high school, at least until I got a driver's license near the end of my junior year. I used it to deliver afternoon newspaper routes both in Lakewood and in Millburn, New Jersey.
All torn down ready for a good sanding. This bike is OLD. Like 30 years old, old. Note the strange lugged frame joints rather than welded joints.

schwinn bicycle frame
schwinn bicycle frame
Schwinn Women's Midmoor Bicycle (White)
The Schwinn 700c women's midmoor bicycle features. Aluminum step-thru frame offers easy, comfortable riding. SR Suntour suspension fork smooths the road. Shimano EZ- Fire shifters for fast, precise gear changes. 21 Speeds with Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur for quick shifts. Alloy linear pull brakes stop precisely. SR Suntour alloy crank offers wide range of gears. Swept-back handlebar with adjustable Stem for customized riding position. Schwinn padded saddle with suspension seatpost softens ride.

Lightweight and comfortable, the Schwinn Midmoor women's bicycle is an ideal comfort bike for short commutes and around-town use. The Midmoor is equipped with an aluminum hybrid frame and Suntour suspension fork, ensuring a smooth, comfortable ride whether you're on your way to work or the coffee shop. The bike also includes a Shimano 21-speed drivetrain and Shimano Easy Fire shifters that combine to make short work of hills and valleys. And riders will love the swept-back handlebars and super-soft saddle, which includes a suspension seat post to smooth out the ride even more. Other features include Promax alloy linear pull brakes; custom alloy wheels with paired spokes and deep dish rims; and soft comfort grips.

Color: White
Size: 700c
Frame: Aluminum hybrid
Crank: SR Suntour alloy hybrid
Bottom bracket: Sealed with ball BB system
Derailleurs: Comfort Triple
Shifters: Shimano 21-speed Easy Fire
Chain: KMC Z-51
Speeds: 21
Rims: Grouped spoke double-wall alloy 32H
Hubs: QR alloy 32H
Spokes: 14G black
Tires: Schwinn 700c x 38 smooth-rolling hybrid
Pedals: PP platform
Brakes: Alloy linear pull
Brake levers: Alloy 4 finger
Handlebar: Hybrid rise bar with black sweep
Stem: Adjustable rise alloy hybrid stem
Headset: 1-1/8-inch threaded
Grips: Schwinn Kraton soft comfort
Saddle: Schwinn Supersoft hybrid saddle with elastomer springs
Seatpost: Suspension 27.2mm alloy
Extras: Clear coated paint and graphics, alloy kickstand, rack and fender mounts
About Schwinn
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.