Sunday, July 1, 2012

2012 Schwinn City IG8 and 2012 Schwinn 411 IG5 (Schwawesome)

City IG8
Frame> Schwinn City Step-Thru, aluminum
Fork> SD City Suspension / 35mm travel
Crankset> Schwinn alloy, 46t
Derailleur's> N/A
Hubs> (F) KT alloy / (R) Shimano Nexas 8-speed, internal shift
Rims> Weinmann ZAC 19, doublewall
Tires> CST Squama, 700x38c
Brakes> Promax alloy, V-Brake
Saddle> Schwinn City Confort
Price> around $850.00
411 IG5
Frame> Schwinn 411 Aluminum
Fork> Schwinn 411 Rigid alloy
Crankset> Schwinn "S" logo alloy, 40t
Derailleur's> N/A
Hubs> (F) Formula / (R) Sturmey Archer 5-speed, internal shift hub
Rims> Alex TD24, doublewall
Tires> Kenda Komfort, 700x40c
Brakes> Schwinn Mechanical Disc
Saddle> Schwinn 411
Price> around $850.00
If there was one bit of advise I could give to folks new to cycling it would be that you have to spend "some" money to get a quality bicycle that will make you want to ride it again and again. Not a lot of money mind you but "some" money. Fortunately with the Schwinn City IG8 (womans) and the 411 IG5 (mens or womans) that amount of money is about $850.00. So for under $2000.00 you and your wife (or husband or boyfriend or girlfriend) can have bicycles that will make you look forward to the next time you can throw your legs over them or step-thru them...

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have one for sale, great bike but frame too small for me. The bike is a medium frame.