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700C Women's Schwinn Solitaire Hybrid Bike

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The 700C Solitaire is a Women's Hybrid Bike from Schwinn. The Solitaire features an upright riding position with padded saddle that makes for a more comfortable riding experience.  This Women's Bike boasts an SR Suntour suspension fork that has been engineered to absorb every shock and keep riders  at ease. Cyclists can choose from 21 speeds, SRAM grip shifters and linear pull-brakes allow for easy gear changes and stops. The Schwinn 700C hybrid bike boasts a top-quality Aluminum City Frame, making this an extremely sturdy and dependable vehicle. It is also fully equipped with fenders and it is ideal for all-weather use.
This Hybird Bike  is provides an excellent means of  commuting in style. When you think about it in terms of cost, efficiency and environmental impact, Bikes are the better choice for short-distance travel, hands down. They are a great way to avoid high gas prices when commuting to work or a college campus. This is also a great bike for running errands because the rear storage rack allows for convenient and safe holding of your luggage, groceries, books etc.
Other features on the Schwinn Solitaire Hybrid Bike include aluminum "City" frame with SR Suntour Suspension Fork offers upright riding position, fenders and rear storage rack for convenient city riding in all conditions, a padded saddle with suspension seat post for a cushioned ride, 21-Speed Shimano Drive-train and SRAM Grip Shift Shifters for easy gear changes.
  • Weight (lbs) : 26 - 50
  • # of Wheels : Two
  • Wheel Size (in) : 700C
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          4 of 5 stars Great bike!

I got this bike about 2 weeks ago. Since then I have ridden it to work a few times, around the neighborhood and on a 30 mile bike ride. It's lightweight, comfortable and handles bumps well. I love the bike, except the chain falls off when I switch gears and while going uphill on the long ride the gears would not switch down until I was over the hill. I thought it may be me causing this due to my inexperience. I haven't rode a bike in almost 20 years, so I don't remember the tricks to switching gears. However, when the chain was falling off on level ground when I switched gears following a little advise from a more experienced rider, I have to think it is the gears or chain. Possibly it was assembled incorrectly. Taking it to the shop tomorrow. The only complaint besides that may be that the rack is too close to the pedals because my heels hit the bag when I ride.

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