Schwinn Coronado 26" Men's Comfort Bicycle
The Schwinn Coronado offers you a comfortable ride for cruising around town or the neighborhood. Type of Shifter: SRAM Gripshift--You simply twist the shifter portion of the handle grips to change the gears. Rear Derailleur: Shimano--Gives you smooth and reliable shifting. Front Brake: Promax Linear-Pull Brake--Reliable design that provides you with sure stopping power. Rear Brake: Promax Linear-Pull Brake--Reliable design that provides you with sure stopping power. Fork Type: Suntour(r) Suspension Fork--This helps to smooth your ride and increase your bike's handling. Handle Bars: Riser--Raises the handle bar position for more comfort and better control. Quick Release Seat Post--Makes it easier for you to adjust the height of the seat without using tools. Free Wheel Hub--Allows you to pedal backwards without the brakes engaging. Saddle: Comfort--A seat that allows for many hours of comfortable riding. Rims: Alloy--Made from aluminum-alloy which is very strong and light. Gives you a better braking surface that will not rust. Quick-Release Wheels--Provides you with a convenient feature by allowing you to remove your wheels by just opening the lever on the wheel hub. Tire Type: Smooth Tread--Features a smooth tread design that works best on hard-packed surfaces and pavement. Pedals: Platform--Simple bike pedals that anyone can ride. Key Specs Model Number: S5384 Bike Gender: Men's Bike Wheel Size: 26 Inches Bike Frame Size: 18 Inches Number of Gear Speeds: 21 Speed Seat Post: Suspension Seat Post.
I have had my Coronado several years now and have covered some serious miles on the bike trails of central Ohio, paved and unpaved. I recently took my Coronado to the Creeper Trail in Virginia. 34 miles down the side of a mountain, but more like down then up and then up some more. The weather changed badly and the temp dropped to 40 degrees with heavy rain. The trail became extremely muddy and slippery. By the time I was almost to the bottom the bike was so mud covered you could hardly tell the color of it. That bike rode and handled amazingly well and was a great help getting me to the bottom in one piece and staying upright on two wheels. I love my Coronado and till death do us part!!!