Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike Review
The Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike is the commute solution for women who want to do things the eco-friendly way, especially when going around short distances in the city. If you are commuting to school, the convenience store, or just within the college campus, the Network 7 Women’s hybrid is a handy bike to have on hand. For those who are looking to trim down and burn some calories, it is also perfect for a morning bike regimen.
This hybrid bike is made of hollow steel frame that is comfortably tailored to a woman’s body. With a SR Suntour alloy, a Sram grip shifter, and a Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur for quick gear changes, the hybrid bike also has 26-inch wheel rims made of alloy, making it a smooth ride. Because it has an adjustable stem and seating height, the biker can quickly change it to the optimum biking position for her height. Aside from this, it also has a Promax linear pull brakes that make it easy to brake when necessary.
Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike Features:-
Sram grip shifter
Shimano TX-31 rear derailleur
Promax alloy linear pull brakes
SR Suntour alloy 3 piece cranks
Alloy wheel rims
26-in wheels (700c)
Padded Schwinn quality saddle
Fenders and rear carrier
Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike Reviews
With a relatively wallet-friendly price, the Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike (700C Wheels) gets good marks for price performance. Ladies who have driven it for extended periods are generally pleased with it, starting with the easy set-up right out of the box. In fact, most users report that they took an average of 2 hours to set it up. Unless you’re a bike expert yourself, most users have had to spend a few extra bucks to get the breaks and gears adjusted by a professional bike shop. Most users report that short rides are enjoyable and even on long 15-mile rides around town, the Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike gets easier to handle after being broken in. Not only are do the shocks help in providing a smooth and comfortable ride, it also handles well when going uphill. Also, it has responsive brakes that give riders the confidence to go downhill as well.
Once the Schwinn Network 7 Hybrid Bike is assembled, users are one in acknowledging that it has a solid feel about it, and that it has smooth and easy gear shifting. One common complaint, however, involves the weight and size. It is relatively heavy due to its steel construction. Also, for women who are less than 5’4” tall, there will be considerable trouble reaching the pedal, even when the seat is already all the way down. While users report that it is not the kind of bike to race around in the mud, it is certainly a great bike to ride around the city.