When you think of bicycles, you think of Schwinn. Am I right or am I right?
My very first bike was a Schwinn Predator! It. Was. Awesome. It was right after my parents bought me my first bike that I became convinced that I would be a professional BMX biker. Three root canals and corrective dental surgery operations later I settled for BMX enthusiast.
Schwinn is an American Classic! Don’t get hung up on that word ‘classic’ as some of it’s newest bikes available on the market are uber sweet. Have you seen Schwinn lately? I think the best way to describe Schwinn’s 2011/2012 offerings is to say that they are retro chic.
Check out my newest bike (click here!), it’s a Schwinn Network from their 2011 Urban collection. It’s built with city living in mind.
I’m a new father in NYC and I use my Schwinn to zip to and from the nearest bodega to pick up anything from baby formula to a nice deli sandwich and everything in-between.
My newborn has taken a liking to my Schwinn Network. He regularly inspects my bike to ensure that it’s in peak condition prior to my trips to the local bodega.
If you haven’t looked lately take a look now at some of the wicked cool Schwinn offerings. Schwinn has a bike for your lifestyle whether you’re a beach comber, mountaineer, road biker, urban explorer, you name it! Check out Schwinn’s offerings today!
About the Schwinn Network: Schwhinn 700C Network Commuter City Bicycle Get there in a flash and in style with the Schwinn Network. Built for easy street or path riding riding, the Network is perfect for everything from running errands, to meeting friends at the park, or even making a quick delivery on two wheels. With a 7-speed Shimano drive train, rear carry rack and quality components all around, this bike has everything to get you there with comfort and ease. All backed by Schwinn, the name America has trusted in cycling for over 100 years.
- Bike style: Cross-Commuter
- Finish: Blue
- Gender: Men’s
- MSRP $210- $250
My first bike was a Schwinn Continental! I have such great memories of the absolute freedom that bike gave me to roam the city, back in the day when parents would let their kids roam!