Schwinn High Timber
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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Schwinn High Timber. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
5 reasons to buy
- Riders 5’ to 5’3” felt the High Timber was a relaxed fit.
- Some owners found assembly of their High Timber was a knock-up job.
- A number of owners found that their gears shifted easily.
- An admirer of the ‘light purple’ color found it “really attractive”.
- More than one High Timber owner described the bike's ride quality as smooth.
8 reasons not to buy
- Smaller riders found brake lever reach was a bit of a stretch.
- The vinyl saddle was usually a pain in the posterior.
- At between 35 and 40lbs, the High Timber is more ebony than balsa. It’s heavy.
- High Timbers sometimes arrived scratched up.
- A High Timber arrived without a front wheel skewer, making it unrideable.
- Front wheel bearings were falling loose from a new High Timber.
- Owners said that the old school threaded headset wouldn’t tighten.
- Numerous owners reported poor shifting from the Shimano Tourney / Revoshift gripshift combination.