Okay. So the weather is already looking frightful.
Since 1966, when Schwinn started the at-home fitness craze with the revolutionary Exerciser bike, they have been a leading innovator in the fitness industry. Not only will you feel good using Schwinn fitness equipment, but we think you’ll have a little fun in the process. Check out some of our indoor fitness equipment here, or better yet, stop in and try it out for yourself!
Even for short rides, proper illumination makes a world of difference. See and BE SEEN!
Ensure your safety by equipping your bike and body with good lights and visibility items.
We have a wide selection of bike lights and cold-weather cycling clothing for everyone from occasional night riders to year-round commuters.
|We specialize in expert bicycle repair. Whether it's an old dust-covered rig you want to get overhauled, your custom machine that needs a basic tune-up for that big ride, or just about anything else, simply bring your machine by and we'll get it running right again!
See more about our Service Department, here.
Put Together A Tool Kit For The Road And Trail - If you're packing the right stuff, that little bag under your seat can be a ride saver in the event of mechanical problems. For the most common breakdown, a flat tire, carry a spare tube and tire levers (these make it easy to remove the tire and they usually come in sets of two or three). A patch kit will allow you to repair one of your tubes if you're unlucky enough to have a second flat. A tire boot (a 1- x 2-inch rubber patch or an old section of tire) is great to have in case the tire gets torn or cut (the boot is placed between the tube and tire to cover the hole). A chain tool allows you to fix a broken or damaged chain. And, a multi-tool (some include chain tools) with four-, five- and six-millimeter Allen wrenches and screwdrivers will allow you to adjust most of the bolts on your bike. And of course, always carry cash and change for food, energy drinks and to call someone to pick you up in case of the rare failure that you can't fix.
The part of the front derailleur the chain passes through. Also, that thing that holds your bottle, which is called a bottle cage.