If you are into longer rides or tackling a few hills in addition to simple trips around the beach, the Schwinn Roxie is the bicycle for you.
This bicycle is only accessible in a 7-speed version, and Schwinn has designed the bike around having far more versatility than its single-speed rivals.
Featurs Schwinn Roxie Cruiser
Perhaps the largest divergence is the brakes: Schwinn included V-brakes to the rear and front wheels, which work similarly to the calliper brakes seen on most road bikes and have similar stopping power.
That means you do not have to hesitate about stopping distance when cruising downhill or in very trafficked areas.
Further, the simple to turn twist shifter on the handlebar makes it easy to shift fast when going up or downhill, Schwinn also did not compromise on relaxation or the utility of the bicycle for riding around the beach.
The frame incorporates a step-through drop in front of the seat to permit standing when stopped and to make it simple to get off and on the bike.
The bicycle also contains rear and front fenders, as well as rear bag carrying cage.
For any person who is willing to take on the included maintenance for a seven-speed bicycle, the Perla is a best and versatile choice.
Beach cruises provide several benefits over traditional bikes.
For the casual beachgoers just looking for a simple way to get around, beach cruisers are best because of their long handlebars, large wheelbases, plushy seats that all contribute to comfort during the ride.
They also permit you to sit upright rather than 100 over as an on a road bike, which is more relaxed for many users,s mainly if riding with a bag or backpack to the beach.