Schwinn Twinn Tandem Bicycle, Featuring Low Step-Through and Lightweight Aluminum Frame with Mechanical Disc Brakes, 26-Inch Wheels, Large Frame Size, Grey

October 8, 2019 - Comment

Founded in 1895, Schwinn is an American icon, building some of the best-known and best-loved bicycles of all time. From its very beginning in Chicago, Illinois, the Schwinn mission has been to develop bicycles that allow people to experience the confidence and freedom that comes from riding a bike. Hit the road with a friend

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Founded in 1895, Schwinn is an American icon, building some of the best-known and best-loved bicycles of all time. From its very beginning in Chicago, Illinois, the Schwinn mission has been to develop bicycles that allow people to experience the confidence and freedom that comes from riding a bike. Hit the road with a friend with the Schwinn Twinn Tandem Bicycle. This Schwinn aluminum tandem frame features an extra low step-thru rear bar to comfortably fit smaller riders. A 21-speed Shimano EZ-Fire trigger shifters and a Shimano rear derailleur provide an extended gear range and smooth shifting on every ride. Mechanical disc brakes offer superior all-condition stopping power on the road and on the trail. The main set of handlebars and a Schwinn suspension fork put you in complete control when you ride. Ergonomic grips and plush fitness saddles create a comfortable and enjoyable riding experience. This tandem bike ships ready to be assembled. The Schwinn Twinn Tandem Large Bicycle’s wheels measure 26 inches and has a 22” front frame with a 18” rear frame stoker.

Product Features

  • Hit the road with a friend with the Schwinn Twinn Tandem Bicycle. This Schwinn aluminum tandem frame features an extra low step-thru rear bar to comfortably fit smaller riders.
  • 21-speed Shimano EZ-Fire trigger shifters and a Shimano rear derailleur provide an extended gear range and smooth shifting on every ride
  • Mechanical disc brakes offer superior all-condition stopping power on the road and on the trail.
  • The main set of handlebars and a Schwinn suspension fork put you in complete control when you ride. Ergonomic grips and plush fitness saddles create a comfortable and enjoyable riding experience.
  • This tandem bike ships ready to be assembled and has a 5 year limited warranty. The Twinn’s wheels measure 26″ and has a 22″ front frame with a 18″ rear frame stoker.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent, EXCELLENT Tandem bike for the $$$ — as … Excellent, EXCELLENT Tandem bike for the $$$ — as echoed by many other Amazon purchasers. I have been riding and building bikes for over 40 years, so I know what I am talking about. I purchased this one because in our advancing years my wife no longer felt comfortable straddling our trusty ole Burley ‘Rock & Roll’ tandem of 20+ years. Yes, yes, the components on the Schwinn Twinn are low-end economy (e.g. steel cogs vs exotic forged and machined alloys chain rings etc) — but they WORK! …and…

Anonymous says:

GREAT Bike.. Replace the JUNK Fork!!! I bought this bike about a month ago when it was $324 or so. (Now it is 385, Still worth it!).The build quality is actually very good for a Chinese Factory Bike. It was really easy to put together and took less than an hour. A couple of Adjustments and Tightening a few things and off you go..First and Foremost!!! Replace that Junk Fork!!! It is way too soft. When pedaling and doing any slight turns the front crank arms will hit the ground. You DO NOT need a…

Anonymous says:

Excellent for its price Length:: 0:06 Mins My wife and I cycle 2000+ miles per year, all of that within a 5-month window. Our bikes are relatively high-end ($3000+, Specialized Roubaix and Specialized Ruby). We have ridden 7 STPs (Seattle to Portland, 210 miles in two days).Now, during the winters, we live in a warmer climate where we can cycle year-round. However, our winter riding is not on the same types of roads because we are in a gated community where the roads are…

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