Schwinn Huron

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Schwinn Huron. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

9 reasons to buy

  • Riders found the Huron easy to pedal on city streets and modest hills.
  • Buyers saw this cruiser as good quality for the price.
  • The Huron's simple, single-speed build was a drawcard.
  • Buyers called the Huron “sturdy” and “well-built”.
  • Memories were summoned by the Huron’s classic, retro design.
  • Assembly was simple and quick for many owners.
  • Some Hurons came with a kickstand.
  • Matte “blacked-out” and red color schemes were well-liked.
  • A sprung saddle was comfortable for many owners.

4 reasons not to buy

  • A vague, generic instruction manual was confusing for some owners.
  • Some folk found the Huron bulky.
  • Scratches on new bikes were sometimes present.
  • Bent fenders weren’t too uncommon on new bikes.

Bottom line

The Huron 1 is a low-cost beach cruiser that generally left buyers feeling as though they’d got their money’s worth. It’s simplicity was attractive. Some smaller parts, such as fenders, arrived bent and could be difficult to fit. Other than this, the Huron 1 pleased buyers with its classic lines and attractive matte color range.

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User Ratings

88/100 based on 112 ratings
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