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Schwinn Women's 700c Wayfarer Bike
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Schwinn Women's 700c Wayfarer Bike

Item# 080W028201660001P | Model# S4023KM | Added on July 1, 2012 | Source: Sears.com | Available At 2 Sellers
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Stay In Shape, And Keep Yourself Motivated on a Sleek, Comfortable Women's Wayfarer Bike You'll turn your excruciating old exercise routine into a delightful afterthought on your new Schwinn women s 700c Wayfarer bike. Burn off some of that job-related stress before you even get to work in the morning, and make yourself feel good about your overall fitness level while you're at it. All the motivation you need is right here on the open road, and this sturdy two-wheeler is the best way to take advantage of it.
Of course, the women's Wayfarer bike isn't just for staying in shape, it's practical too. A spacious rear rack provides plenty of room for gym gear, a saddle bag full of work items, a snack, or anything else you want to keep conveniently handy. Now you can make time for fitness and take care of business in one fell swoop, and you won't have to wait around for late carpool buddies, bad drivers, or anyone else while doing so because you get to choose the path and your final destination.

  • Schwinn women s 700c Wayfarer bike combines a cool cruiser frame with a modern street bike's easy speed
  • A seven-speed rear derailleur and SRAM Grip Shifter ensure that it's easy to pick your rate and tailor your workout or make up for lost time
  • Make tighter turns and stay more stable with rear-angled handlebars that keep the steering control closer to your body
  • Enjoy longer rides by taking advantage of the quality padded saddle's accommodating suspension springs
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28 found this review helpful
by redeyedtreefr0g
December 8th, 2011
I wish I had gotten this bike sooner!

This bike is a Schwinn Wayfarer, Gateway City, or Admiral depending on where you buy it. I have the Gateway, cream with brown accents. I asked for this bike for my birthday February 2011 and started out riding it break times at work in Florida, we moved and now I commute 12 miles daily with it in Oregon.

 

Anyone who dislikes this bicycle due to poor assembly or very easily fixable problems like a flat tire tube- shame on you! That stuff can happen to any bike.

 

This bike is wonderful to own for a lot of reasons. It’s inexpensive. Cost was very important to me, and I think this bike is worth every penny. It’s gorgeous. No matter what version I see in stores, I always recognize the lines of my bike and admire it on the rack. It gets complimented a LOT. It’s fast- I’ve only had mountain bikes before and I felt like I was flying my first ride on this! It’s comfortable. The seat is great straight out of the box, no need to switch it out for a different one like every mountain bike out there. The handlebars are nice to hold on to, the grips are smooth so I don’t have textured impressions left behind, they don’t get hot in the sun and frost wipes right off. There is plenty of space for a light, bell and cup holder. I get an upright riding position- good for comfort and looking around near traffic. I love the chain guard so pants don’t get caught or dirty. The fenders keep dirt, water or snow off so I have no worries. My rear rack is great for hauling things- I attached a crate. The frame itself is wonderfully easy to step through for mounting and dismounting. The gears being only on the rear means it is easy to figure out for someone new to gearing, but having 7 means you can get a pretty good range. I would agree that they might be a little hard- I can now use 3-4 on flat road to cruise and I never use 7 (hardest) yet.

 

I’ve ridden through plenty of broken glass by accident with a cringe, but only had one flat due to a tiny wire. The tube is 27inch, easy to find, if you need to replace a tube but mine patched perfectly. Brakes and gears are very easy for a newbie to adjust after just a couple Youtube videos, too!

 

If you are interested in cycling, but not ready to lay down big money for a bike you may not use, or if you are ready to steer clear from the mountain bikes you were graduated to as a child and want something comfortable and great for any purpose, I highly recommend this bike. Pacific Cycle has great customer service if something isn’t quite right (bike was shipped to me, I emailed them for a wobbly rear wheel). I wish I’d had this bike ages ago!

 

Also,

I’ve heard lots of people have trouble with seat height, toes hitting tires during a turn, or not being able to touch the ground while seated. I had to learn how to properly mount and dismount to solve all this! It is now easier to pedal because my seat is high enough (put your heel on the pedal at it’s lowest point while seated- leg should be completely straight). My feet are in the right spot with the ball of my foot on the pedal also (instead of foot centered on pedal like before), so I don’t have to worry about toes getting hit with the tire. And maybe the best thing I’ve learned is how to stop and start. While braking shift down to an easy gear- it’s easier to take off that way. When you are almost stopped you put one pedal lowest and use it to step down off the seat at the stop. Once you are standing, hook the same pedal with your toe and move it forward to a horizontal position. You’re straddling your bike with one foot on the ground then and one foot on a pedal. When ready to go, just step down on that pedal and up onto the seat- its easier to balance with the momentum, and find the pedal with your other leg to just take off, too. Easy!

 

Criticism
5 found this review helpful
by hdwdm
September 7th, 2011
cute but terrible bike

As soon as I saw this bike I knew it was the one for me. But after I got it the brakes kept cramping up and made it hard to ride. I returned that one and got the same kind but the tire popped because of the same issue. Over all a bad bike

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nhart
RATED

great bike

This bike works great for me. I ride daily up and down hills. Shifts easily and smoothly. I love the seat!

June 25th, 2013 via kmart.com
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Dawn Thompson
RATED
January 29th, 2013
iamsim
RATED

Be sure to ride it before buying it!

i bought this bike a month ago, i decided it would be cheaper if i went to pick it up. they didnt have it at any of my nearest store but i found realitive far but i was up for the challenge since i fell in love with this bike. when i got there i went straight to the bikes, to my surprise there were 3 so i rode them all around the aisles. i noticed that one of them felt smoother so i took that one to checkout area. i told the lady there im here to pick up a this bike, she look at me confused then told me they had one pick out for me and they needed to get it from the back. i was like oh okay...when tthis lady brought it out i quickly got on it to try it and the right brake didnt work so i told the lady im taking the one i pick out. i dont think she even heard me or cared. i went home registered it, rode it a few times so far everything is great.

January 11th, 2013 via kmart.com
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Visgor
RATED

Disgrace for Schwinn

Very poor quality. Gear changer stop working after couple days. Chane came off 3 times. Returning to the store.

June 4th, 2012 via kmart.com
4 of 7 found this review helpful.
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KalendaMaya
RATED

Schwinn Women's 700c Wayfarer BIke is great!

Last week, my husband and I purchased two Schwinn bikes for exercise purposes, Schwinn Women's 700c Wayfarer and Schwinn Men's Mirada. We are both in our 50s and thought it would be a good idea to include bicycle riding as part of our exercise regimen. What a great idea! I love this bike! After he initially adjusted the seat and filled the tires with air, I got on the bike and rode it without wanting to get off...seriously. Thus far, I am very pleased with my bike and look forward to riding it for some time to come!

April 18th, 2012 via kmart.com
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LisaRivera
RATED

great bike

this bike is nice and comfartable..

April 8th, 2012 via kmart.com
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redeyedtreefr0g
RATED

I wish I had gotten this bike sooner!

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<p>This bike is a Schwinn Wayfarer, Gateway City, or Admiral depending on where you buy it. I have the Gateway, cream with brown accents. I asked for this bike for my birthday February 2011 and started out riding it break times at work in Florida, we moved and now I commute 12 miles daily with it in Oregon.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Anyone who dislikes this bicycle due to poor assembly or very easily fixable problems like a flat tire tube- shame on you! That stuff can happen to any bike.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>This bike is wonderful to own for a lot of reasons. It’s inexpensive. Cost was very important to me, and I think this bike is worth every penny. It’s gorgeous. No matter what version I see in stores, I always recognize the lines of my bike and admire it on the rack. It gets complimented a LOT. It’s fast- I’ve only had mountain bikes before and I felt like I was flying my first ride on this! It’s comfortable. The seat is great straight out of the box, no need to switch it out for a different one like every mountain bike out there. The handlebars are nice to hold on to, the grips are smooth so I don’t have textured impressions left behind, they don’t get hot in the sun and frost wipes right off. There is plenty of space for a light, bell and cup holder. I get an upright riding position- good for comfort and looking around near traffic. I love the chain guard so pants don’t get caught or dirty. The fenders keep dirt, water or snow off so I have no worries. My rear rack is great for hauling things- I attached a crate. The frame itself is wonderfully easy to step through for mounting and dismounting. The gears being only on the rear means it is easy to figure out for someone new to gearing, but having 7 means you can get a pretty good range. I would agree that they might be a little hard- I can now use 3-4 on flat road to cruise and I never use 7 (hardest) yet.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>I’ve ridden through plenty of broken glass by accident with a cringe, but only had one flat due to a tiny wire. The tube is 27inch, easy to find, if you need to replace a tube but mine patched perfectly. Brakes and gears are very easy for a newbie to adjust after just a couple Youtube videos, too!</p>
<p> </p>
<p>If you are interested in cycling, but not ready to lay down big money for a bike you may not use, or if you are ready to steer clear from the mountain bikes you were graduated to as a child and want something comfortable and great for any purpose, I highly recommend this bike. Pacific Cycle has great customer service if something isn’t quite right (bike was shipped to me, I emailed them for a wobbly rear wheel). I wish I’d had this bike ages ago!</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Also,</p>
<p>I’ve heard lots of people have trouble with seat height, toes hitting tires during a turn, or not being able to touch the ground while seated. I had to learn how to properly mount and dismount to solve all this! It is now easier to pedal because my seat is high enough (put your heel on the pedal at it’s lowest point while seated- leg should be completely straight). My feet are in the right spot with the ball of my foot on the pedal also (instead of foot centered on pedal like before), so I don’t have to worry about toes getting hit with the tire. And maybe the best thing I’ve learned is how to stop and start. While braking shift down to an easy gear- it’s easier to take off that way. When you are almost stopped you put one pedal lowest and use it to step down off the seat at the stop. Once you are standing, hook the same pedal with your toe and move it forward to a horizontal position. You’re straddling your bike with one foot on the ground then and one foot on a pedal. When ready to go, just step down on that pedal and up onto the seat- its easier to balance with the momentum, and find the pedal with your other leg to just take off, too. Easy!</p>
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December 8th, 2011 via kmart.com
28 of 29 found this review helpful.
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ClassyKim
RATED

Schwinn Bike

Good price but cheaply made. Spend a little more money for a quality bike

September 23rd, 2011 via kmart.com
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Montiel
RATED

Schwinn Womens Bike

<p>When i saw the bike i thought it was the best one out of all of them, but unfortunatley the brakes kept getting stuck. Sadly, i had to return it.</p>

September 21st, 2011 via kmart.com
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hdwdm
RATED

cute but terrible bike

<p>As soon as I saw this bike I knew it was the one for me. But after I got it the brakes kept cramping up and made it hard to ride. I returned that one and got the same kind but the tire popped because of the same issue. Over all a bad bike</p>

September 7th, 2011 via kmart.com
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