Schwinn Admiral 700cc Women's Bike

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Ride in style on the Schwinn Admiral 700CC Ladies' Bike. This Women's 7speed bicycle combines retro style with today's technology to give you a fun and comfortable ride. With its rear rack, the Schwinn Women's bike is perfect for urban commuting or running errands on a warm day. With alloy linear-pull brakes, it will prevent unintended accidents. The lightweight Women's comfort bicycle comes color-matched fenders and Schwinn rear spring rack for an unmatched riding experience.

Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your Schwinn Women's bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.

About this item

Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

Ride in style on the Schwinn Admiral 700CC Ladies' Bike. This Women's 7speed bicycle combines retro style with today's technology to give you a fun and comfortable ride. With its rear rack, the Schwinn Women's bike is perfect for urban commuting or running errands on a warm day. With alloy linear-pull brakes, it will prevent unintended accidents. The lightweight Women's comfort bicycle comes color-matched fenders and Schwinn rear spring rack for an unmatched riding experience.

Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your Schwinn Women's bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.

Schwinn Admiral 700cc Women's Bike:

  • For street riding
  • Steel frame with alloy stem
  • Retro, swept-back handlebar
  • 7 speeds
  • SRAM grip shifters
  • Shimano rear derailleur
  • Schwinn spring cruiser saddle
  • Alloy linear-pull brakes
  • Color-matched fenders
  • Classic Schwinn rear spring rack
  • Schwinn Women's bike dimensions: 67"L x 23"W x 37"H
  • Women's 7-speed bicycle requires assembly


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    Specifications

    Color: Red ,  White
    Gender: Women
    Is Assembly Required: Y
    Bicycle Frame Size: 700C (Adult)
    Size: 700c
    Manufacturer Part Number: S4043WM
    Number of Speeds: - Speed
    Model: S4043WM
    Brand: Schwinn
    Bicycle Wheel Diameter: 700c
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 67.00 x 23.00 x 37.00 IN
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    The rack is cute but what can you really put on it and how will it stay on the rack?
    by an anonymous customer 5/5/2011
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    • A. I attached a wire basket that I bought from Walmart that hangs from the side of the rack next to the wheel. You would think it makes it unbalanced, but I don't even notice the weight very much and I have carried a bag of groceries in the basket. That basket has leather straps that buckle around the rear rack. You can also attach saddle bags (paniers) to either side. You could put something directly on top of the rack, too and attach with zip ties or something like that. It has a clamp on top of the rack that could hold something down- like a mouse trap, if that makes sense.
      by GraysonsMommy85/26/2012
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    • A. it has a spring hinge so that it can hold certain things (sweater, small bag, etc.). But you may want a bungee cord... I haven't tried it on mine yet. I actually took mine off for my toddler's seat.
      by hms20083/19/2012
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    • A. The rack is pretty useful, I think. I have a fanny pack attached to mine to carry snacks, ID, my phone, and tools with a patch kit. I've never had a flat tire but you know if I didn't have a kit, I would. The fanny pack hangs on the left, and I wound the waist strap under and over the bars int he top of the rack so that the springy part is still usable and the fanny pack doesn't shift or droop. I use the springy part to put the handles of grocery bags through, and they'll dangle to the sides. If you don't have a box shape though, I'd bungee the bag down so it doesn't roll forward or back off the rack sides and touch the wheel spokes. I'd also seen people attach milk crates to the top of their racks to have a convenient method to just drop things in and go. The spring thing has a small lip angled down that COULD hold a water bottle from rolling out from under it perhaps, but I don't trust bumps not to jostle the weird shape of my bottle loose. I attach things with one bungee that stays hooked on the side of my rack when not being used, or the other ways I already mentioned. Alternatively, you could get bags called panniers which attach to the sides or top of the rack.
      by RedEyedTreeFr0g8/8/2011
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    • A. Schwinn has a basket made specifically for the rack (check out Ebay), but you can use any basket & use plastic ties to attach it to the rack. I bought a chrome basket from Wald which is exactly what I wanted, but the hardware doesn't fit a Schwinn. I attached it with plastic ties, it looks great.
      by CJ1218/2/2011
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    • A. There is a spring latch that folds down, but still not sure there is any practical use.
      by therealnine7/8/2011
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    • A. You need to tie things on with an elastic bungee cord or bungeee net. Really a front basket is the way to carry most items conveniently, but the rear rack is a great backup for oversize objects. Or put on a rear basket... then you will realize why even men ride step-through bikes in Asian countries.
      by Fuzzbean6/5/2011
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    • A. The flap lifts like a clip board. I guess if you had notebooks, or clothing, etc., it would hold it down. When I asked the bike assembly guy what's it's use, he said most people put a bike bag, or book bag, etc. on it and tie it down like people do on motorcycles.
      by hotdog055/12/2011
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    2/27/2012

    Customer review by LadyZamzuu

    5.0 stars 2/27/2012 by LadyZamzuu
    by LadyZamzuu
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    This Hybrid is awesome. It's not lite its a bit heavy. So if you have to carry this bad girl upstairs, I just want to remind you of its weight. I did a video review of the bike so check it out below

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    LadyZamzuu
    Macon, GA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Top 1000 contributor
    I wish I had this bike sooner!
    12/7/2011

    Customer review by redeyedtreefrog

    5.0 stars 12/7/2011 by redeyedtreefrog
    by redeyedtreefrog

    This bike is a Schwinn Wayfarer, Gateway City, or Admiral depending on where you buy it. I have the Gateway, cream with brown accents. I asked for this bike for my birthday February 2011 and started out riding it break times at work in Florida, we moved and now I commute 12 miles daily with it in Oregon. Anyone who dislikes this bicycle due to poor assembly or very easily fixable problems like a flat tire tube- shame on you! That stuff can happen to any bike. This bike is wonderful to own for a lot of reasons. It’s inexpensive. Cost was very important to me, and I think this bike is worth every penny. It’s gorgeous. No matter what version I see in stores, I always recognize the lines of my bike and admire it on the rack. It gets complimented a LOT. It’s fast- I’ve only had mountain bikes before and I felt like I was flying my first ride on this! It’s comfortable. The seat is great straight out of the box, no need to switch it out for a different one like every mountain bike out there. The handlebars are nice to hold on to, the grips are smooth so I don’t have textured impressions left behind, they don’t get hot in the sun and frost wipes right off. There is plenty of space for a light, bell and cup holder. I get an upright riding position- good for comfort and looking around near traffic. I love the chain guard so pants don’t get caught or dirty. The fenders keep dirt, water or snow off so I have no worries. My rear rack is great for hauling things- I attached a crate. The frame itself is wonderfully easy to step through for mounting and dismounting. The gears being only on the rear means it is easy to figure out for someone new to gearing, but having 7 means you can get a pretty good range. I would agree that they might be a little hard- I can now use 3-4 on flat road to cruise and I never use 7 (hardest) yet. I’ve ridden through plenty of broken glass by accident with a cringe, but only had one flat due to a tiny wire. The tube is 27inch, easy to find, if you need to replace a tube but mine patched perfectly. Brakes and gears are very easy for a newbie to adjust after just a couple Youtube videos, too! If you are interested in cycling, but not ready to lay down big money for a bike you may not use, or if you are ready to steer clear from the mountain bikes you were graduated to as a child and want something comfortable and great for any purpose, I highly recommend this bike. Pacific Cycle has great customer service if something isn’t quite right (bike was shipped to me, I emailed them for a wobbly rear wheel). I wish I’d had this bike ages ago! Also, I’ve heard lots of people have trouble with seat height, toes hitting tires during a turn, or not being able to touch the ground while seated. I had to learn how to properly mount and dismount to solve all this! It is now easier to pedal because my seat is high enough (put your heel on the pedal at it’s lowest point while seated- leg should be completely straight). My feet are in the right spot with the ball of my foot on the pedal also (instead of foot centered on pedal like before), so I don’t have to worry about toes getting hit with the tire. And maybe the best thing I’ve learned is how to stop and start. While braking shift down to an easy gear- it’s easier to take off that way. When you are almost stopped you put one pedal lowest and use it to step down off the seat at the stop. Once you are standing, hook the same pedal with your toe and move it forward to a horizontal position. You’re straddling your bike with one foot on the ground then and one foot on a pedal. When ready to go, just step down on that pedal and up onto the seat- its easier to balance with the momentum, and find the pedal with your other leg to just take off, too. Easy!

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    redeyedtreefrog
    Klamath Falls, Oregon
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:9 - 10 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Nice bike overall
    6/14/2012

    Customer review by Zlenak

    4.0 stars 6/14/2012 by Zlenak
    by Zlenak

    the seat was a lil big for me, so i ordered the new one for $20. i also ordered the new handlebar, removed some metal and now have a great ligtweighted(25lb) road bike :) Check the picture Bike is beautiful and fast and i use it every single day

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    Zlenak
    Brooklyn, NY
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Go to the bike assembly dept. after purchase!
    5/12/2011

    Customer review by hotdog05

    5.0 stars 5/12/2011 by hotdog05
    by hotdog05

    Initially, I did not like the bike because the gears were not shifting properly, my seat kept shifting, and my foot kept hitting the front tire. I decided to take it to the bike assembly dept. at the store and it made all the difference! After adjusting the speeds, and raising and tightening the seat, my problems were resolved and I fell in love with this bike! I am 5'9, 280 lbs. and ride this bike comfortably!!! The hills in my neighborhood are, at times, brutal but this bike can definitely handle every one of them. I am extremely pleased. The Ladies Schwinn Hybrid 700c is the way to go! It's comfortable as a cruiser, but can handle hills and paved roads like a road or mountain bike IF it is adjusted properly! So, before taking this bike home, stop at the bike assembly department in Wal-Mart. It will save you a lot of time and heartache in the long run.

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    hotdog05
    Gulfport, MS
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Awesome (and cute!) Bike
    4/29/2012

    Customer review by emeraldgreen

    5.0 stars 4/29/2012 by emeraldgreen
    by emeraldgreen

    I bought this bike about a year ago. I have used it for leisure, commuting, and exercising. I've logged a ton (up to 50 miles/week) of miles on it and have had zero problems (I even bought mine off the sales floor, no special build or modification from the bike mechanic in store)! It totally fits the retro style that is popular and I get looks and compliments on it all the time. My favorite part is that it looks like a cruiser but has the functionality of a road bike. I also like the hybrid tires - they are perfect for road and trail with the occasional ride through the grass/rocks. Just for a size comparison I am 5' 6" ish and weight about 145. This bike fits me splendidly with no accommodations. My husband and I travel with the bikes on our car bike rack and it is light enough for me to lift by myself, and I'm not terribly burly! Overall, a great bike and a lot better quality than I expected for low-end priced bike from Wal-Mart!

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    emeraldgreen
    USA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
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