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If you read my post on April 8th, you'll know how much riding bikes was a part of my childhood in Manheim, Pennsylvania. I cannot imagine growing up without my trusty Schwinn. Mine was a blue 3-speed and I loved my bike. That's why I'm delighted to offer you the chance to win a Schwinn of your own. This one's for you, ladies... not for your kiddos! It's sleek. It's pink. And it's up for grabs!!
The classic Schwinn Windwood women's 26-Inch cruiser evokes the simple style and grace of traditional bicycles, making it a great choice for cruising to the store, the beach, or around town. Designed for easy, relaxed riding, the Windwood boasts a sturdy steel frame with a low stand-over height, making it easy to get on and off the bike. The rustproof 26-hole alloy rims and rear coaster brakes, meanwhile, allow you to stop on a dime. And riders will love the classic chrome fenders and rear storage rack.
Other details include a comfortable wide-spring saddle, a single-speed design, pneumatic tires, and curved back handlebars.
Founded in 1895, Schwinn is an American icon that's long been synonymous with quality and innovation. The company has built some of the best-known and best-loved bikes of multiple generations, including the Aerocycle, Paramount, Phantom, Varsity, Sting-Ray, Krate, and Homegrown.
Today, Schwinn continues to innovate with such releases as the redesigned Sting-Ray, Rocket mountain bikes, and Fastback road bikes. With a continued dedication to quality forever synonymous with the Schwinn name, America's most famous bicycle brand looks forward to providing another century of innovation, freedom, and performance to people of all ages.
Giveaway runs from 5/15 through 5/30 12:59 p.m. Open to USA only.
My bike was stolen from our garage last summer. Our 6-year-old has learned to ride, and I would love to go out with her on longer trips (not just on our block).ReplyDelete
I'm sorry, Mollie. Maybe this will be the answer to your dilemma. Good luck!Delete
My two older children just started riding their bikes, and I would love to be able to join them!ReplyDelete
That would be fun! Good luck!Delete
I've been really wanting to get a bike after not having one in 20 years. I practically lived on bikes as a child into my teens but I never cared for mountain bikes, I definitely want a cruiser as a laid back rider.ReplyDelete
I miss riding my bike, too. But I don't live in an area conducive to riding anymore. Good luck!Delete