Although I'm only at an entry level, I still bike about 20-40 miles a day. Before I bought the Schwinn Varsity, I rode around on a 20+ year old Schwinn Hybrid, so I thought an upgrade would be nice, for not a high cost. With the Schwinn Varsity, you get what you paid for. It's not terrible, but it could be a lot better. In the first week, I had two blown tires, so I went to a Bike pro shop, and they had to replace a few things on the wheel, and they said that the wheel was made very cheaply. The seat is NOT crotch-friendly, and when I go to change gears, sometimes it won't even change, or the chain will flat-out fall off. I suppose I could take it to get tuned and everything at a bike shop, but money doesn't grow on trees, which is why I bought this thing instead of a $1,000 bike....which would have been very nice. But it's not all bad, still much better that the old schwinn hybrid. I'm dissapointed, but I'm keeping it anyway, well, for now. Overall, I guess it does its job.
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