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Well, Schwinn bikes are always the top-notch products when it comes to aluminum framed based. And for Schwinn Protocol 1.0, the trend is still carried on as you’ll find Schwinn Aluminum Dual Suspension Frame completed with steel rear. Yes, actually, it’s not made in whole aluminum. The steel in the rear part is claimed by the manufacturer as a necessity to improve stability and comfort. True, it will add more weight to the mountain bike but what’s a little bit of more lbs (it’s about 32 – 36 lbs, it’s still light-weight!) if you’re going to be safer and more convenient in riding the bike?
Since we’re talking about mountain bike, we must not forget checking out the shifters of Schwinn Protocol 1.0. Thank God, it uses Shimano Altus which has 24-speed. As if it’s not enough, Shimano EF-550 Trigger Shifters are also planted. Such fusion makes the shifting nothing else but so decent. What else can you say? Up to these recent days, Shimano entry level quality is still unbeatable.
Moving to the front and rear derailleurs, well, there’s nothing to say but they’re good. However, for those who don’t really understand mountain bike tweaking, the adjustments might be a little bit tricky. The solution is to bring the bike to the local bike shop.
What about the safety? The “installation” of Pro Max Disc Brake in the front wheel and Suspension Fork from Suntour will always keep your riding as safety as riding a “three-wheeled” bike.
Protocol 1.0 Review
Schwinn Aluminum Dual Suspension Frame w. Steel Rear
Shimano Altus 24-spd w. Shimano EF-50 Trigger Shifters
Pro Max Front Disc Brake and Suntour Suspension Fork
MTB Handlebar w/ Schwinn 4 Bolt A-Head Stem
Alloy High Profile Rims w/ Black Bladed Spokes
Online Schwinn Protocol 1.0 Men’s Dual-Suspension Mountain BikeRide It Now!
Schwinn Protocol 1.0 review above should be more than enough to make you feel interested – if not craving, to get the mountain bike already. Have a happy riding then!