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The Schwinn CX bike at Walmart is neat-o

Old 11-22-22, 02:34 AM
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The Schwinn CX bike at Walmart is neat-o

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I don't own one, yet. Here's a pic I found online - the paint scheme is sweeet:


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I saw the same model at Target and had similar thoughts. Not too shabby.
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I don't own one, yet. Here's a pic I found online - the paint scheme is sweeet:

Right now you can get a Poseidon X flat bar version for $550 USD, which isn't that much more. The joint welds alone on the Poseidon X look way better than this bike and has way better upgrade potential with carbon fork, internal brake and shift cabling and a rock solid groupset. This Walmart bike hits a price point, but it lacks any long term growth.
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