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Schwinn S4012B 26" Sanctuary 7 Men's Cruiser Bike in Cream and Copper

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Schwinn 26" Sanctuary 7 Men's Cruiser Bike in Cream and Copper

Find a fun, simple and comfortable ride with family or friends or on your next trip to the market with the Schwinn Sanctuary. Unlike traditional cruisers, hills and changes in speed are no problem for the Sanctuary and its 7-Speed Shimano drive train. Also featuring swooping ergonomic handlebars, a cozy wide Schwinn cruiser seat and rust resistant alloy wheels, the Sanctuary takes you there in comfort and style. All backed by Schwinn, the name America has trusted in cycling for over 100 years.

Key Features

  • Steel cruiser frame offers a comfortable riding position
  • Schwinn cruiser handlebar with alloy stem for upright position
  • SRAM Grip Shift shifter for fast, easy gear changes
  • 7 Speeds with Shimano TZ rear derailleur for quick shifts
  • Alloy linear pull brakes stop precisely
  • Alloy rims for easy rolling
  • Schwinn quality padded spring cruiser saddle softens ride
  • Rear rack & fenders for convenient riding in all weather
S4012B Specifications

Bike Style: Cruiser
Color: Cream and Copper
Gender: Men's
Height: 40
Length: 71
Wheel Size: 26"
Width: 26

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        Comments about Schwinn 26" Sanctuary 7 Men's Cruiser Bike in Cream and Copper:

        Recently my bike was stolen. Always amazes me how people can just take something that is not theirs. So I began my quest for a new bike and found a great cruiser at a great price on Homeclick. After checking the bikes reviews on line and narrowing my options I decided to buy the bike. The ordering process was simple and straight forward. I had some difficulty with getting confirmation emails but after a call to Customer Service we figured out the problem and I received confirmation the bike was ordered and soon it was shipped. The bike came at its designated time via FedEx. I knew that some assemble would be required and soon my new bike was completed and ready for its first spin. I took it down the street in front of my house and slowly shifted through the gears. On my way back to the house I again downshifted the gears to its lowest gear and the derailleur (factory set) completely sheared off the bike and jammed into the frame. My heart sank as I now had a brand new bike that was totally useless. I immediately called Customer Service and met Jennifer. Her initial response was wanting to know if I wanted to return the bike. If you have ever assembled a bike from the manufacturer you'd know that puzzle is never going to go back in the box. It took longer separating the bikes packaging then putting it together. "No!" was my response. Jennifer asked me to then take a picture of the damage and send it to her. I got to tell you I started thinking yeah here we go. The usual Customer Service Runaround. I took a picture and also told here I was going to take the bike in to the bike shop and get an estimate on repairing the damage. Jennifer said to send her a copy of the estimate and she would forward to the Damaage Department and see if they could do anything for me. Yeah right I thought to myself. I took the bike to the shop and it could be fixed for around $85.00. I winced but needed the bike so I told them to go ahead with the repairs. I sent Jennifer a copy of the repairs and told her that they were going to fix the bike. She then told me she would be in contact with me once her Damage Department responded. Again, I thought there was no way they would do anything. After a few days Jennifer contacted me via email to let me know the Damage Department had forwarded the repair cost to the supplier of the bike. Oh great I thought. Now I have two Customer Service Departments pointing fingers at each other. I swallowed my pride and resigned myself to the fact I was out the repair money. Days went by and each time I emailed Jennifer she told me the supplier had not responded to their requests and as soon as they did she would let me know. Again I thought I the consumer was going to end up footing the bill. Much to my surprise one morning while I was checking my email there was one from Jennifer. Before opening it I could feel my blood pressure rise completely expecting the worse news. I was completely prepared to go to battle as this was not my fault and I shouldn't have to assume the expense of the repairs. Much to my surprise Homeclick assumed the entire cost of the repairs and within days I had my money back in the bank. I told Jennifer in an email that she was great and that she alone had restored my faith in Customer Service Departments and that people in general want to do the right thing except for the person that stole my original bike. I love my new cruiser. It rides great and I get a lot of comments on it.

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          To what extent must this bicycle be assembled if ordered on line? Does the derailleur have to be adjusted?
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            The seat, pedals, handle bars and front wheel need to be attached. The bike may need minor adjustments such as the brakes or derailleur.

            Answered on 3/4/2014 by Steve from Homeclick
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