Schwinn Women’s Sanctuary 7-Speed Cruiser Bicycle (26-Inch Wheels), Cream/Burgundy, 16-Inch

December 7, 2013 - Comment

The Schwinn Sanctuary 7 26″ Women’s cruiser bicycle is the perfect bike for crusing the neighborhood, bike path or just going out for a liesurly ride. Equipped with a Schwinn steel cruiser frame and fork for comfortable riding, the full fenders help keep the water off you in the rain and the rear rack can

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The Schwinn Sanctuary 7 26″ Women’s cruiser bicycle is the perfect bike for crusing the neighborhood, bike path or just going out for a liesurly ride. Equipped with a Schwinn steel cruiser frame and fork for comfortable riding, the full fenders help keep the water off you in the rain and the rear rack can be used for carying cargo. Shimano 7 speed rear derailleur with SRAM twist shift for quick gear shifting. The alloy wheel are lightweingth and strong and the wide cruiser saddle with large springs give this bike a comfortable ride.

Product Features

  • Schwinn steel cruiser frame & fork
  • Full fenders and rear cargo rack
  • Shimano 7 speed rear derailleur with SRAM twist shifters
  • Alloy rims are lightweight and strong
  • Padded cruiser saddle with springs

Comments

Joan says:

Niiiice I really love this bike. I have arthritis in my wrists but the handlebars are comfortable, not having to put much pressure on my wrists. The brakes are also easy to grip and pull. The seat is soft and a little wider so no sore bones in my butt. I will mount a basket on the front. It’s easy to strap things on the rear with bungee cords. Seven gears are perfect, not too many or too few. It’s a great cruising bike, very comfortable and practical.

SEM "still working" says:

packaging is not good enough Nice bike for the price but it arrived with lots of dings in the paint because of poor shipping packaging. Not the Schwinn quality of the past. The welds were not smoothed out and ruff. Front brake was loose when it arrived and took some time to get it hooked back up and adjusted. I will pay the extra money next time and buy from a local bike shop.

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