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  • Schwinn seat post (13/16")
    $9.00

    Original vintage Schwinn seat post (with tapered "skinny" top). Appropriate for Varsity, Continental. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative.… [more]

  • VK Design Seat Bag
    $149.00

    Northeast Minneapolis' VK Design has finally introduced a bicycle bag. This leather bag is handmade locally and guaranteed by the artist (Purchaser pays shipping). [more]

  • Schwinn collared seat post (13/16")

    Original vintage Schwinn seat post (with collar and tapered "skinny" top). 1979-1981 (may be appropriate for other years as well). Appropriate for Varsity, Continental.… [more]

  • Schwinn head badge (black & gold oval)
    $30.00

    Original vintage Schwinn head badge. Black and gold oval. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT 500
    $40.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT 500 rear derailleur. Made in France. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent… [more]

  • Schwinn head badge (blue & silver oval)
    $30.00

    Original vintage Schwinn head badge. Blue and silver oval. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products… [more]

  • Schwinn seat tube binder clamp (narrow S)
    $15.00

    Original vintage Schwinn seat tube binder clamp. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products accurately, but… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved derailleur (flat strap)
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved front derailleur (2-speed). 1983 (may be appropriate for other years as well). Made in France. This is a used product and is sold… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT 400
    $40.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT 400 rear derailleur (5-speed). Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT-420
    $40.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT-420 rear derailleur (5-speed). Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is… [more]

  • Schwinn head badge (black & white oval)
    $30.00

    Original vintage Schwinn head badge. Black and white oval. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products… [more]

  • Arnold Schwinn seat tube binder clamp
    $20.00

    Original vintage Arnold Schwinn seat tube binder clamp. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT120
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT120 rear derailleur. Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT 100 - 1969
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT 100 rear derailleur (1969). Made in Japan. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT-250 - 1976
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT-250 front derailleur (2-speed). 1976 (may be appropriate for other years as well). Made in France. This is a used product and is… [more]

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We have an ever-changing bone yard of vintage bikes and parts and we just can't post everything. So if you don't see it, email us.

Today's Tip

Wheel Wobbles? – When you’re riding regularly, it’s possible for spokes to loosen. So, it’s wise to regularly check the wheels before rides. The sign of a loose spoke is a wheel that wobbles from side to side when you spin it. If your wheel wobbles, go around the wheel wiggling each spoke in your fingers to find ones that feel looser than the others. Find some? You’ll need to snug the loose spokes to remove the wobble. We’re experts at this. If you’d like to try, one way to do it is by plucking the tight spokes on the same side of the rim as the loose spokes and listening to the tone they make. Then gradually tighten the loose spokes until they make the same sound when plucked. This should remove the wobble.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

lid

Slang for helmet.

 

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