Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

Most models of Schwinn bikes have years of images and information via old catalogs, advertisements and Schwinn documentation. This page lists Schwinn bicycles models (sorted alphabetically) and links to their details. Over the years, Schwinn has empowered millions of people, earning a special place in the hearts and minds of generations of riders. We have… Continue reading Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

Now the Pixie model, it’s famous for being a lightweight bike with its 20-inch size. This is specifically designed for kids between the ages of 5 to 7. The 1957 catalog of Pixie promotes it as the best-looking and best-riding bike during that era. In the 70’s, Soutern California kids schwinn dealers started following new… Continue reading Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

The Sting-Ray[28] sales boom of the 1960s accelerated in 1970, with United States bicycle sales doubling over a period of two years. Simply find the bike or gear of your dreams online, and we’ll have it ready for you when you arrive. We’ll ensure a perfect fit for your riding needs and answer any questions… Continue reading Grip questions? All Things Schwinn The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

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Even if they are under 50 lbs., the cargo basket is not a safe riding space. The Schwinn Meridian has a list of features that appeal to riders looking for a stable conveyance that can carry a considerable capacity. We’ll look at the features listed by the manufacturer and why they make this tricycle perfect… Continue reading The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

Beach cruiser bike General Discussion About Old Bicycles The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

These bikes usually feature a lower center of gravity, suspension forks, hot rod paint jobs, and large rear tires. Pello opted not to equip the Revo with a front hand brake—their thinking being that especially in a beginner off-road bike, this could result in trips over the handlebars. Instead, the bike comes with an easy-to-squeeze… Continue reading Beach cruiser bike General Discussion About Old Bicycles The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange