From its classic track frame to its one-speed purity, Schwinn's Racer screams sleek simplicity. This city ripper boasts a light and nimble steel frame and fork with easy-rolling 700c aluminum wheels and choice tires for an efficient and smooth ride you'll love. You also get a flat bar and aluminum stem for excellent control and a rear coaster brake and front hand brake for confidence-inspiring stopping power. What's more, the comfy seat and wide platform pedals make the Racer so easy to hop on and go that you'll ride it everywhere.
|Frame||Schwinn high-tensile steel|
|Fork||Schwinn high-tensile steel|
|Hubs||Front: aluminum; Rear: coaster-brake|
|Tires||700 x 25c|
|Brake Levers||Aluminum (front)|
|Brakes||Front: aluminum dual-pivot; Rear: coaster|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
|Matte Green / X-Small||00038675741720||SM1310XS01|
|Matte Green / Small||00038675741737||SM1310SM01|
|Matte Green / Medium||00038675741744||SM1310MD01|
|Matte Green / Large||00038675741751||SM1310LG01|
|Matte Green / X-Large||00038675741768||SM1310XL01|
|Matte Gray / X-Small||00038675741775||SM1310XS02|
|Matte Gray / Small||00038675741782||SM1310SM02|
|Matte Gray / Medium||00038675741799||SM1310MD02|
|Matte Gray / Large||00038675741805||SM1310LG02|
|Matte Gray / X-Large||00038675741829||SM1310XL02|
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Cheap bike, used as an alternative to public transportation travel. Biked an hour to and from work each day (approx 11 miles each way) for about 6 months, little to no wear and tear noticeable. This bike has done me well!
I purchased this bike because I could no longer afford to put gas in my tank. It is perfect to get around town. Im not a fan of the coaster hub (pedal backwards to brake), but I fixed that. At [...], this is a steal.
The frame will not clear for bar spins, bottom bracket is too low, fork snapped, ended up replacing the rims, bars are too long, it is responsive though, and its bad geometry. I would NOT recommend this bike. Th fork snapped while i was making a relatively sharp turn at about 15mph and sent my face to the concrete. I bought it because it appeared to be barspinable, which its not, I ended up buying a 650c front rim then the pedals hit the ground and broke, so after that i had to but a new bottom bracket, new cranks and pedals. I am happy with it now but I already put around $300 in it. When replaced the forks I purchased straight threadless forks, and am much happier with the headset and stem now.