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Schwinn  Mirada 26 Inch Men's Bike

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The Mirada Men's Bike Lets You Cruise on the Road or Off with Confidence

The versatility to handle many different conditions is made possible with a Schwinn Mirada 26 Inch Men's Bike. Finding a bicycle that cruises well on city streets and makes a smooth transition to the pitted trails of mountain switchbacks is not easy. Most men's bikes designed with this type of versatility in mind have a difficult time performing well under either demand. However, a Schwinn bike is a choice you can make with confidence in decades of engineering experience. When you want to leave the paved path, do it with the confidence inspired by a professionally designed bike.

The Mirada Men's Bike makes a great choice for riders 60 inches or taller who want to keep their options open. This blue mountain bike has a number of built-in performance enhancers for rugged riding. It includes 21 gears for handling everything from the roughest uphill climbs to the most treacherous down slopes. The linear-pull brakes are constructed of a durable alloy for the continuous provision of optimum comfort. The body and rims are designed for years of rough riding. When it comes to switching terrain on this beauty, the only thing you'll need to change is the height of the seat

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Dimensions:
Rider Height: Taller than 60 inches
Wheel Size: 26 in.
Product Overview:
Bikes Category: Mountain
Gender: Male
Item Weight (lbs.): 40.8
Age: Adult

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Dimensions:
Rider Height: Taller than 60 inches
Wheel Size: 26 in.
Product Overview:
Bikes Category: Mountain
Gender: Male
Item Weight (lbs.): 40.8
Age: Adult
Color:
Color Family: Blue
Materials & Finishes:
Frame Material: Steel
Description:
Number of Speeds: 21
Brake Type: Linear-pull
Rims: Alloy
Suspension Type: Front
Convenience Features:
Quick Release Front Wheel: Yes
Quick Release Seat: Yes

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The Mirada Men's Bike Lets You Cruise on the Road or Off with Confidence

The versatility to handle many different conditions is made possible with a Schwinn Mirada 26 Inch Men's Bike. Finding a bicycle that cruises well on city streets and makes a smooth transition to the pitted trails of mountain switchbacks is not easy. Most men's bikes designed with this type of versatility in mind have a difficult time performing well under either demand. However, a Schwinn bike is a choice you can make with confidence in decades of engineering experience. When you want to leave the paved path, do it with the confidence inspired by a professionally designed bike.

The Mirada Men's Bike makes a great choice for riders 60 inches or taller who want to keep their options open. This blue mountain bike has a number of built-in performance enhancers for rugged riding. It includes 21 gears for handling everything from the roughest uphill climbs to the most treacherous down slopes. The linear-pull brakes are constructed of a durable alloy for the continuous provision of optimum comfort. The body and rims are designed for years of rough riding. When it comes to switching terrain on this beauty, the only thing you'll need to change is the height of the seat

  • Schwinn Mirada 26 Inch Men's Bike offers a stylish ride for any circumstances
  • Adjustable seat lets you change posture for different cycling needs
  • Shimano SRAM Grip Shift Shifters and 21-speed drive train allow confident shifting
  • Schwinn MTB framer and stainless steel spokes on rustproof 36 hole alloy rims provide extra durability
  • Weighs only 40.8 pounds with RST190 C7 Suspension Fork for a comfortable and light ride

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Praise17 found this helpful
mykmen
May 15 , 2008
great bike
I bought this bike about one month ago. Iam really impressed with this bike. I took it off road and it handled really well, the only thing that i did not like about it was the tubs that came with the bike they are not very good. I would recomend buying the run flats with the slime, other than that the bike is great for a first time mountain bike, and is lots of fun.. I picked it up for about 150 dollars it was on sale...
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CycleMan
Dec 25 , 2010
Read The Facts

Schwinn (a.k.a. Pacific-Cycle) mass produces inexpensive bicycles & sells them through discount stores.  This is not the Schwinn as found in a real bicycle shop for several reasons.  The number one reason would be quality.  Discount store bikes use the cheapest components possible.  Example: The Shimano Tourney rear derailleur vs. at least a better Shimano Altus, which may run $5.00 to $10.00 more.  More?  A 7 speed "freewheel" hub vs. a better "cassette" hub.  I'll explain.  A freewheel hub (gears) simply screw onto a thin axle.  The cassette slides onto a spline on a thicker - stronger freehub & is held in place with a locking ring.  As the late Sheldon Brown stated so well, "Over the last few years the Shimano "Freehub" has largely replaced the conventional threaded rear hub. It is sad to lose the brand interchangeability that formerly existed, but these hubs work so well that they have come to represent the new "standard."  Most decent-quality bikes made since the late 1980s have used this greatly improved design."

More?  The rims (or wheels) are a simple single wall design vs. the better & stronger double walled design.  The combination of a cassette hub & double walled rims is the strongest, longest lasting design - able to take more use & abuse.  More?  Somewhere on all Schwinn discount store bikes is a warning sticker that reads, "This bicycle is not designed for competition, stunting, jumping or off-road use."  Look for it - it's there.  Why call it a "mountain bike"?

Frame sizes: Only one frame size available for those of "average" height - whatever that is.  5'4" tall?  The bike is too tall for you.  6'2" tall?  The bike is too small for you.  A real bicycle shop offers many frame sizes to fit everyone from 4'10" tall to 6'2" tall or more in a mountain bike. 

In short, if you plan on light street riding only, this bike may be OK.  If you're an overweight person, or a person who plans on real off-road riding - look elsewhere - as in a REAL bicycle shop.  Lastly, a real bicycle shop will offer at least one free check-up/tune-up.  Some do it for a year...some for the life of the bike! 

 
Mar 28 , 2014
Overall
It's not a bike but a project for bike mechanic

Mirada seems to be no better than any other mass retailer low-level bikes for $120-200. Since I bought it couple of months ago I was repairing it more than riding. I would return it but I put enough money/time in gradual repairs/upgrades that I don't want to just give up. I also realize that for about $200 you can't get any better quality, and I don't have $700-800+ for decent brand bike, not modern Schwinn. So, out of the box chainguard had a crack (not a big deal, a drop of Gorilla glue) and plastic rim in the front brake was broken and screw was bent. Fortunately, Schwinn sent me free brake replacement. I put bike together, and after the first ride I figured out that almost everything in this bike had to be re-adjusted (even rear wheel had to be trued), but it's ok, I did it all. When I thought I'm done - nope! I started to feel and hear popping sound with every crankset full turn. After checking pedals I figured out it was bottom bracket - either bad, either loosened. Another problem - I removed left crank arm to check bracket, but right one wouldn't come off! I tried everything - crank puller, hammer, WD-40, no result, it was pushed so tight by Schwinn that it was stuck like welded. I had to be creative to remove bracket without removing right crank arm. The problem was that bracket got loose - driver's side cup wasn't tightened enough on factory and got a freeplay! When I removed it, I was surprised that Schwinn still using old type cheap (Chinese noname) unsealed bottom brackets! Really? Of course I wanted to upgrade it to cartridge type bracket but I still couldn't remove right crank arm from it (the same Chinese junk with "Schwinn" decal) from old bracket - it was stuck like welded. I had to give up and threw away these crank arms with original bracket, and I installed Shimano Tourney crankset and Shimano UN55-BB bottom bracket what makes a huge difference in durability and "no service" use. The problem is that if I would want to keep both, I wouldn't be able to tighten driver's cup with stuck crank arm so soon this bracket would die anyway.That's what I had to do for now, only 2 months since purchase, and all of these repairs were necessary and the cause was terrible factory assembly - parts were broken, overtightened or not tightened enough, I had to spend $53 for parts (not counting few tools I didn't have). I did all of the labor myself, I don't want to think how much bike shop would charge me if I would bring them this bike and ask to tune it up to good condition. I don't know if it's end of journey or next week something else will brake, hopefully not. I bought this bike after reading reviews, but seems either I got a lemon, either other people writing reviews after first ride around the block. From my experience - if you don't have mechanical skills, don't even try this model, half of the parts are junk and have to be replaced, and factory assembly is terrible.


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roger25c

Earlham, IA

Jun 18 , 2012
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Most comfortable bike ever!

I just bought this bike as a Father's Day present for myself. The only thing I had to do was put on a water bottle. I got on it & rode for well over an hour & my Rear & legs were very fresh when I got done riding. Before when I rode my old Huffy Bike this long & this far my legs & rear woulkd hurt so bad that I could hardly walk.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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loon-a-sea

Getzville, NY

Sep 6 , 2011
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SMOOTH RIDING AND MAKE GEARING IS GREAT

I GOT THE SCHWINN  MIRADA  26 "  MOUNTIAN BIKE AS A GIFT  FOR  MY 67th BIRTHDAY.

I HAVE NOT BEEN  ON A BIKE IN ABOUT FOURTY- FIVE  YEARS.  THE FIRST THING I FELT  WAS "BEING CENTER" AND "BALANCED" AND  REALLY LOVING THE STYLE AND COLOR.   I WAS SUPRISED BY THE SMOOTH RIDE AND HOW EASY THE GEARING WORKED.  I AM OUT SHAPE AND SOMETIME SHORT OF BREATH.  THIS BIKE IS SO EASY TO RIDE THAT I THINK I WILL ENJOY IT VERY MUCH  AND ACTUALLY RIDE IT. THANKS SCHWINN  FOR MAKING THE MIRADA 26.


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ForumCruiser

Carol Stream, IL

Jun 10 , 2011
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Rides smooth and handles well.

Got the bike free at a garage sale. A throw in when I bought a bike carrier. It was in terrible condition but I fixed it, cleaned it up, preformed several adjustments, then had it tuned. I was surprised to find a bike that handled well, and seemed to be fine for trail riding. The seat is uncomfortable and I would suggest changing it out. Handle bars are not adjustable.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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CycleMan

Saint Louis, MO

Dec 25 , 2010
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Read The Facts

Schwinn (a.k.a. Pacific-Cycle) mass produces inexpensive bicycles & sells them through discount stores.  This is not the Schwinn as found in a real bicycle shop for several reasons.  The number one reason would be quality.  Discount store bikes use the cheapest components possible.  Example: The Shimano Tourney rear derailleur vs. at least a better Shimano Altus, which may run $5.00 to $10.00 more.  More?  A 7 speed "freewheel" hub vs. a better "cassette" hub.  I'll explain.  A freewheel hub (gears) simply screw onto a thin axle.  The cassette slides onto a spline on a thicker - stronger freehub & is held in place with a locking ring.  As the late Sheldon Brown stated so well, "Over the last few years the Shimano "Freehub" has largely replaced the conventional threaded rear hub. It is sad to lose the brand interchangeability that formerly existed, but these hubs work so well that they have come to represent the new "standard."  Most decent-quality bikes made since the late 1980s have used this greatly improved design."

More?  The rims (or wheels) are a simple single wall design vs. the better & stronger double walled design.  The combination of a cassette hub & double walled rims is the strongest, longest lasting design - able to take more use & abuse.  More?  Somewhere on all Schwinn discount store bikes is a warning sticker that reads, "This bicycle is not designed for competition, stunting, jumping or off-road use."  Look for it - it's there.  Why call it a "mountain bike"?

Frame sizes: Only one frame size available for those of "average" height - whatever that is.  5'4" tall?  The bike is too tall for you.  6'2" tall?  The bike is too small for you.  A real bicycle shop offers many frame sizes to fit everyone from 4'10" tall to 6'2" tall or more in a mountain bike. 

In short, if you plan on light street riding only, this bike may be OK.  If you're an overweight person, or a person who plans on real off-road riding - look elsewhere - as in a REAL bicycle shop.  Lastly, a real bicycle shop will offer at least one free check-up/tune-up.  Some do it for a year...some for the life of the bike! 


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jaredhalvorsen

Chicago, IL

Sep 27 , 2010
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Mirada Schwinn Bike is Worth It

Schwinn is a great revered name in the world of bikes and the Schwinn Mirada continues that tradition.  For a relatively inexpensive price you get excellent quality craftsmanship, a solid/sturdy bike with the smoothest of rides.  I like taking it out by the lake whenever I get a chance.  Too bad summer is over I am already looking forward to taking it out next year.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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VDBMAN

Canyon Country, CA

Jun 7 , 2010
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Very Smooth, High Quality, Great Price

Very Smooth, High Quality, Great Price. Nice bike


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RjWilson

Fresno, CA

Jun 2 , 2010
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cheap and well built

i checked out a bunch of bikes before i bought this one. this had the stuff i wanted. its a tall bike so i would not hit my stomach with my knees. had front suspension which is new to me but i like it. I was lucky to get mine already assembled. but even then i had to tighten a few things. so far it feels very strong, brakes work well. i think it will work for what i wanna do with it. i will mostly only be riding bike paths.

compare it to hi end bikes and this would be a 500 bike.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Evazak

North Royalton, OH

Apr 28 , 2010
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LOVE IT! SMOOTH RIDE! GREAT PRICE!

 Glad to see the other reviews are good on this bike because I feel I have bought a great bike for the price. A lot of more "serious" bicyclist might put this bike down because it is a store-bought bike and not from a bike shop. But, what I did was take it to a professional for a tune-up. That, I would recommend doing because at box-store you never know if it's a kid putting it together or someone who actually knows how to put a bike together. Even though I am an "avid" cyclist, I would not trust myself to put a bike together. All it needed was a rear-deraileur adjustment and just lubing it up.

  The ride is tremendous as compared to my "cheap" 10-speed mountain bike bought at K-Mart ($80) about 10 years ago. My husband and I were considering upgrading our bicycles and shopped at the bike shops. Well, after awhile I thought that $300 was too much for a "good" bike. So, we went to the box-stores and looked around there again. What caught my eye with the Mirada, was the solid looking frame and the look of the bike. Of course the price (under $200), was the deciding factor in my purchase!

  Performance wise, I am very happy with the bike. I went from 10-speeds to 21-speeds, so I can't believe how much faster and smoother I am riding! The suspension on this bike performs well and I feel I have a great ride because I didn't even have a suspension on my cheap-o bike! Sure, if you are a "serious" rider, off-roading or a triathelete, you would probably want a Trek because you will beat that thing to pieces. I will be riding mostly on a crushed-gravel path in the Cuyahoga Valley near Cleveland, Ohio and I feel this bike will be great for the conditions.

  Everything seems to be so smooth, shifting, pedaling, suspension that I am very happy with the bike!

  The shifting is smooth and easy and I am getting used to having all these speeds and gears! I am so glad that my husband and I upgraded our bikes and bought 2 bikes for the price of 1 "great" bike from the bike shops! Now, we can go out for dinner with our savings!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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dbhomer

Lees Summit, MO

Mar 10 , 2010
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A good bike for the money.

I bought this bike to get back in shape.  So far the only problems that I have had are with the assembly.  A trip to the local bike shop for a complete tune-up took care of the assembly problems.  It rides smoothly and handles great.  I have only had it on a few local bike paths and the streets in my neighborhood but it serves the purpose for which I bought it.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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