What Everyone is Wanting to Know About the Top 5 Bikes from Schwinn

If you’re anything like me, and you probably are(not), the truth is you don’t want to know only about the Schwinn mountain bikes, but about the company and the people who make the bikes. The company determines if you want to buy a product.

The Schwinn Bike company was founded in Chicago in 1895! That was before any of us were even thought of being born! The company was founded by a German engineer named Ignaz Schwinn. When this company first started, it dominated in the biking industry through the 20th century but declared bankruptcy in 1992.

Schwinn is no longer its own business, rather Schwinn mountain bikes are now a sub-brand of Pacific Cycle, owned by Dorel. These bikes are now sold all over the world from small retail shops to large chain companies.

Schwinn still has high-quality materials and parts on their bikes, but there’s more to a bike than just those things. Let’s discover these bikes together!

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Top 5 Schwinn Mountain Bikes

Schwinn mountain bikes come in all makes, models, designs, styles, and sizes, so there’s not one bike to just stand out over them all. I’ll tell you about the bikes on this top 5 list, and you can decide what you think afterward!

As far as Schwinn bike prices go, these are all bikes under 500! They are an excellent value and an affordable price tag!

Schwinn Women's Mountain Bicycle is a steel-framed mountain bike with front suspension making this bike a hardtail mountain bike. This bike is equipped with a Shimano rear derailleur and easy-to-use SRAM twist shifters giving this bike a total of 21-speeds.

The linear pull brakes and alloy rims on the 26” wheels feature support and balance while riding. This bike states that it is for women, but men can also ride this bike as well. The traction on the tires provides excellent support for weathered roads, loose gravel, and times when you need to stop quickly.

This bike weighs about 44 pounds, and the Schwinn mountain bike target audience is for beginners. What makes this bike great for beginners is that it can be upgraded as you go.

This way you can find new things you like and want to try, and you can begin to upgrade your bike, rather than putting a huge chunk of money down on a bike at one time.


Schwinn Discover Women's Hybrid Bike is made of lightweight aluminum framing and is a hardtail suspension bike. This Schwinn bike features a Shimano rear derailleur and SRAM grip shifters for a comfortable shifting between 21-speeds.

This bike has alloy linear pull brakes with a swept-back handlebar for comfortable riding and braking posture. This Schwinn features a rear gear carrier and a padded saddle with added suspension for added comfort.

This Schwinn bike is a hybrid so that it can handle most terrains and pavements with ease of transition.

This bike weighs about 46 pounds and cannot be used effectively as a pro-cycling bike or for mountain biking. This bike will be ideal for casual riders and those commuting to and from work.


Schwinn Discover Men's Hybrid Bike has a durable aluminum frame with a hardtail suspension to make your riding experience smooth and comfortable. Equipped with a Shimano rear derailleur and SRAM grip shifters provide a smooth transition to changing gears in the middle of travel and has up to 21-speeds.

This bike has to pull lever brakes for a controlled stop, and swept-bake handlebars for a comfortable and relaxing ride. The back of this Schwinn bike features a rear gear carrier to support your bags, luggage, or groceries.

The seat on this bike is padded and has added suspension to absorb shocks and impacts to keep your riding experience smooth. This bike weighs in at 46 pounds, making it a heavy bike. As a hybrid, this bike can handle pavement, concrete and most terrain, but should not be used for cycling or extreme mountain biking.


Schwinn Men's Network 3.0 Men's Hybrid Bicycle features an aluminum hybrid frame with a hardtail suspension system making use of a Schwinn suspension fork.

The shifting system is comprised of a Shimano rear derailleur and Shimano EZ Fire shifters for a smooth transition for gear changes and shifting through 21-speeds.

The alloy rims give the 700C front quick-release tires strength and stability that provides you with a smooth ride with balance and support. The tires provide excellent traction support and increase traction over dangerous zones such as water or ice.

The swept-back handlebars give you the support you need to maintain your posture through your ride and the padded seat with additional suspension helps keep you comfortable on long rides.

This Schwinn has linear pull brakes and weighs just under 42 pounds. This bike is a road bike designed for pavement and concrete terrains.


Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men's Mountain Bike is a top-rated bike for its performance and high-quality Schwinn mountain bike parts.

It’s made from high-quality aluminum framing; this bike features a full-suspension that provides you with the ultimate riding experience. The ride is smooth and comfortable, and all impacts and shocks are absorbed.

The Shimano rear derailleur and Shimano EZ Fire trigger shifters make it easy for you to switch between 24-speeds smoothly and with ease while continuing your ride. This Schwinn has a front disc brake and a rear linear pull brake, giving you a stop that is controlled and powerful.

The knobby tires are supported with alloy rims that provide a long-lasting sturdiness to the wheel, while the knobby tires increase traction on your rides. These tires are made for casual riding to the more extreme mountain biking individual. This bike weighs in at about 43 pounds, so it is heavy.

I love the Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men's Mountain Bike, finding it to be one of the best bikes on the market, so even I find the Schwinn bikes to be a good bike.

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Schwinn Mountain Bikes

This list is essential so you can see that Schwinn mountain bikes aren’t just parts with high price tags, they’re quality bikes that range in price and styles. There are several of these bikes that can interest anyone of any class or level as a bicyclist.

I like Schwinn bikes. I find them to have great, quality parts, be made durable and structurally sound, and have a fair price tag on their bikes. For me, a Schwinn bike is a worthwhile investment to make, no matter the style of riding you do.

Do you own a Schwinn bike? What model would best suit you from this list? Is there a Schwinn you expected to see on the list?

Is there a bike you’re looking for reviews on but haven’t seen one yet? Let me know so I can help you out!

Dale
 

Hi my name is Dale Obrien. I started Mountain biking 8 years ago. I also worked as a manager in a local mountain bike shop for 5 years. I love helping beginners getting their first mountain bike. Welcome to our blog. Enjoy!

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