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Schwinn Coffee/Cream

2008



Description 

Part of Schwinn's cruiser line, this bike would make an excellent commuter with rack, fenders, 700c tires and three-speed rear hub.


 


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Frame 

700c Schwinn Classic Sport
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Drivetrain 

Crankset: Sport Forged One Piece, 46T Sprocket
Rear Hub: SRAM I-motion 3-speed Coaster Brake
Freewheel: 22T

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Fork 

Steel crown w/ Rack Mounts
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Other 

Sport Style Chain guard, Rear Rack. Steel Fenders. Schwinn kick stand.  Alloy 700 c 36H rims.  Tektro dual pivot brakes. 

Note: Performance Bike's website says it's a single speed, which may be an error or something custom for them to keep the price point down.

I have not seen this bike anywhere in the SF area for a test ride.


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Price 

$301 - $500
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Websites

Full Specs of the Coffee/Cream on schwinn.com

Users who contributed to this page

gregport


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Leave Your Comments

aesova
April 30, 2008
I really like the way these look - it reminds me of a time when I could go and buy a decent single speed or three speed Schwinn brand new at the dealer for a few hundred dollars. Does anyone know anything about the quality of the newer Schwinns? I've been commuting on a modified department store Schwinn for a little over a year, and it's held up fine, but the components are definitely low end. How do the non-department store Schwinn's compare?

megan
April 30, 2008
This is the type of bike that I have been looking for, but they all seem to have coaster brakes. Does anyone know of a step through three speed in this style without the coaster?

cougar_law
July 22, 2008
I commute 20 miles daily on my Schwinn SuperSport GS purchased two years ago for around $700.00. It is a flat bar road bike, 700 x 28 wheels, aluminum with a carbon fork and crank. The rear derailer is Shimano 105 nine speed. To date it is a dream bike. The daily commute is punishing in Pittsburgh with potholes and road trash. With nearly 4000 miles on the bike, it is holding up magically. Very stable and dependable with virtually no maintenance. Perfect commuter bike. Paul

MountainDew
July 23, 2008
Bike shop Schwinns are on par with anything else you'd see in a bike shop. While you can order (and occasionally see in the store) bike shop level bikes from a box store, the ones sold there are nowhere near the quality of even the cheapest bike shop bike. For that matter, there are rarely more than one size of any given model. I worked at Performance for a year and was always impressed with the 200 dollar level Schwinns and how well they came together at that price.

MountainDew
July 23, 2008
Megan, ask your LBS about the Sun Cyckel. It's a 3 spd internal with no coaster and a nice lugged frame. They offer a step-through frame if you are interested, too. They should be available to just about any small shop.

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