24" Schwinn Meridian Adult Tricycle

Walmart # 550766063

24" Schwinn Meridian Adult Tricycle

Walmart # 550766063
$299.99$299.99
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Highlights
  • Riding Style: 3-wheeled bike for easy, smooth riding
  • Frame: easy low standover/step-through aluminum
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    About This Item

  • Riding Style: 3-wheeled bike for easy, smooth riding
  • Frame: easy low standover/step-through aluminum
  • Customer Reviews
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    nice bike

    The package was delivered damaged. There is a dent in the fender.

    Great Ride!

    The 24" Schwinn trike is just perfect for my wife and allows her to get to nearby sites while providing her with a good source of exercise. She really enjoys the ride and marvels at how the seat and the trike's position has not caused any back pain. I would definitely recommend the product. The price at Walmart was $100 less than that of a comparable trike at a local bike store. Try it. You'll like it.

    AFFORDABLE OPTION For Developmentally Disabled

    After searching for months for a reasonably priced adaptive 3-wheel bicycle for my 9-year-old son with Autism, I took a chance on this bike from Walmart. For $289 plus another $32 for a three year warranty, this was the most affordable option. Our son's Occupational Therapist had him "fitted" twice for an adaptive bicycle with a special-needs bike vendor, and then suggested we seek out charities to help pay the $3200 price tag. Yes $3,200. We opted for (faster) Site to Store Free shipping, and was pleasantly surprised when our local Walmart offered to assemble the bike for free in just 48 hours. So we rode all day Saturday & Sunday, probably about 5 miles total. My son is 4' 8" tall and about 115 lbs. I'm glad we bought him the 24" and not the 26" (even though the 26" was $20 cheaper online). The bike works great so far. He seems to love it. Occasionally the cheap aluminum chain guard has bent into the chain, you know it's happened again by the rubbing-noise, it's just a matter of bending it back an inch. I suspect his foot keeps hitting it getting on & off the bike. I love the fact that we can ride as a family now, and he is able to demonstrate his ability. The first few times we went downhill he was happily shouting "wheeee...wheeee" and laughing. Life is often hard, though not as hard as in the past. Our son is becoming more independent and communicating more. This bike gives him something to do, increases his activity (as his meds contribute to his weight), and gives him a way to play & have fun with us, and he's really loving it. I have to coach him though and remind him to pedal harder, or tell him "hand brake" to stop or slow down. I don't think he realizes yet that the bike is wider than it feels, so sometimes he gets close to parked cars on my street - and I cringe. LOL. The bike fits & rides well on a standard sidewalk, though I allow him to alternate to the road a lot when we ride as a group. He's doing great for just two days experience. He hasn't been able to ride anything for two years when his size became too much to utilize training wheels. I can't recommend this bike more for someone with issues with balance and coordination. It's a Schwinn. I hope that still means what it did when I was a kid 30-40 years ago. If you can afford an adaptive bike, that's great, and since they are made specifically to "fit" the rider, they may be the better option. In our case, we opted for the most affordable route, and so far it's been a great decision.

    Great tricycle and fun ... very comfortable.

    Had trouble at first turning around, but in 3 days got the hang of it. It is great exercise and a perfect size for me. I love riding on our streets and people love the trike too. Thank you for such a wonderful product.
    Getting the hang of this....

    Trikin'

    Before purchasing this trike, I checked with two nearby Walmarts about assembly. Neither would do it, not for free, not for any price. I ordered on-line with delivery to my house. A very handy-man friend assembled it for me, but even as talented as he is, could not get it completed. I hired a local bike-shop to adjust the front brakes. They were evidently attached by machine and over-tightened at the manufacturing stage. The box the trike was delivered in was sturdy, solid, no signs of damage, and everything inside was carefully and maybe overly wrapped but one fender came already dented and scratched. It had to have been packed that way. It is not bad enough to go to the trouble of returning. Now that my trike is ride-able, I have added a handlebar mirror, safety flag and a ching-ching bell. I love riding it! It's quiet, smooth, makes me feel like a kid again, and I'm almost 70. This is getting me out and in fresh air, and I'm getting some much needed exercise. I'm so glad I bought it.
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