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Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors

Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors

Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
Schwinn Phocus 1400 and 1600 Drop Bar Road Bicycle for Men and Women, Alluminum Frame, 14 or 16-Speed Drivetrain, Carbon Fiber Fork, 700c Wheels, Multiple Colors
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Features

  • Schwinn aluminum road frame with Carbon fiber road fork
  • Shimano Claris 16 speed derailleur with Micro shift integrated shift/brake lever combo
  • High profile alloy double wall rims with paired spokes are lightweight and strong with front Quick release
  • Promax alloy dual pivot caliper road brakes for great breaking power
  • Alloy crank for wide gear range

Description

Designed for speed and the sport of competitive racing. They have lightweight frames and components with minimal accessories drop handlebars to allow for a powerful and aerodynamic riding position, narrow high pressure tires for minimal rolling resistance and multiple gears.


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ASIN: B086JCHV7S


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars329 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Road Bikes


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Features

  • Schwinn aluminum road frame with Carbon fiber road fork
  • Shimano Claris 16 speed derailleur with Micro shift integrated shift/brake lever combo
  • High profile alloy double wall rims with paired spokes are lightweight and strong with front Quick release
  • Promax alloy dual pivot caliper road brakes for great breaking power
  • Alloy crank for wide gear range

Description

Designed for speed and the sport of competitive racing. They have lightweight frames and components with minimal accessories drop handlebars to allow for a powerful and aerodynamic riding position, narrow high pressure tires for minimal rolling resistance and multiple gears.


Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies


ASIN: B086JCHV7S


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars329 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Road Bikes


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Schwinn aluminum road frame with Carbon fiber road fork
  • Shimano Claris 16 speed derailleur with Micro shift integrated shift/brake lever combo
  • High profile alloy double wall rims with paired spokes are lightweight and strong with front Quick release
  • Promax alloy dual pivot caliper road brakes for great breaking power
  • Alloy crank for wide gear range

Description

Designed for speed and the sport of competitive racing. They have lightweight frames and components with minimal accessories drop handlebars to allow for a powerful and aerodynamic riding position, narrow high pressure tires for minimal rolling resistance and multiple gears.


Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies


ASIN: B086JCHV7S


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars329 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #7 in Road Bikes


abunda_amazon_reviews The Schwinn Phocus 1600 frame takes its roots from the Kinesis Industry 6061 aluminum frame that comprises almost all of the frames sold in the world. Some include Trek, Giant, Schwinn, Fuji, Specialized, Cannondale, Bikes direct line an so on. One can't actually believe that that there is someone at the Kineses production line mixing up a special batch of aluminum for each bike that goes down the line. That covers the frame. The Shimano groupset is the Claris 2400, a SR Suntuor crankset and DNP Epoch Hyperwave 8 speed freehub (not freewheel). With Microshift levers. This is not a 14 speed bike as in the description, it is a 16 speed (2 speed crank side 8 speed cassette.) The seat and all the other components are bike shop quality. The bike weighs 26 pounds with the comfort saddle which is very light. This is for a person over 5'8". they have a 16" model too but it is listed as a women's model Phocus 1600. This bike rides like the wind and will last for many years with proper maintenance :) I have posted a detailed assembly video and a test drive on YouTube. just put the user name "codieraji" in the search window. or "Schwinn Phocus 1600 Assembly Review Test Ride";;Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2014;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Why is this a beginners/starter bike again?;;Dog Lover;;;Overall, a very good bike with decent equipment and performance for the price. However, Schwinn has a quality control issue with the bottom bracket (where the pedal cranks connect) and the only way for you to get them to fix it (or anything) under warranty is to send the whole bike back to Pacific Cycle at your cost. I took mine to a Schwinn dealer and that's what Schwinn's regional manager told him plus it is in the warranty booklet. The problem is a clicking sound just about each revolution when you pedal, you can duplicate it by pushing the crank against the vertical seat post, it will move inward slightly and click. Other reviewers have had this issue, and mine occurred with less than 200 miles of moderate riding. This is a manufacturing defect (incorrect factory install) not an assembly or usage issue. The fix cost me $75 which is what shipping would cost plus I'd have to wait who knows how long.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Warranty service is a problem on these bikes -- must be sent back to Amazon's vendor Pacific Cycle in IL;;Guitarguy;;;This bike is great! i have owned a road bike previously to this and i would consider myself an intermediate rider. Out of box everything was zip tied together and protected well. The pedals, seat, handle bars, and front wheel need to be installed. The gear levers need to be mounted to the handle bars, the brakes and the handle bar stem need to be tightened. I know the posting said to have it tuned up, but I took a crack at putting the bike together myself just to test. All that i needed was a screwdriver, set of allen keys, and a wrench for putting the pedals on. After assembly, i took a short ride and the gears made a little noise and did not hit the full range of shifting. In the end i did take it to a shop and have the gears tuned. Two things that i do not like about the bike are: 1) the foot pedal cups are there for the long haul as they are not easy to remove. i stopped trying. and 2) the brake cables are wrapped into the grip tape from the lever to the stem, so if you have accessories like a headlight, you may want to consider either retaping the bars or buying a new mount to allow for the extra space you will need. Overall fantastic bike and did i mention that it looks super cool too!? Update 5/6/16: Got my first pinch flats and after 2 more popped tubes i discovered the issue. The rim liner in my rear wheel was slightly offset over the spoke holes. This caused the tube to fall into the hole and create the pinch flat. I do not want this to be a detractor from the bike, as it is a great bike, but i would highly recommend getting a cloth rim tape to prevent flats of this nature. The rim tape that comes with the bike is made of some sort of heat shrunk polymer and is not very flexible or workable.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;You wont beat the price for the quality of this bike! Highly recommend!;;stk34630;;;I bought this bike to get into cycling. Figured I would invest in the Schwinn Phocus so if i didn't stick with it I wouldn't be out a bunch of money. So far its been a great bike. I have rode over 300 miles and I have had no big problems. Like the other reviewers pointed out, there are a couple of things to know. One is the tubes are very thin. I have had a couple of flats. I changed out the tubes and haven't had a flat on the bike since. Also you will need to get the biked tuned up so it shifts smoothly and doesn't make noise while you pedal. I let the pros at the bike shop do this for me, and was happy i did. It pedals and runs smooth. I have gotten a lot of "nice bike" comments from other riders around the area. I am 5'9" and the bike fits me pretty good. I would say a person shorter than 5'8" would find this bike maybe a little big. A person over 6 foot my find this bike a little small. I love the bike so far and would recommend it to anyone who wants to get into road cycling. UPDATE: Over 3,000 miles on this bike in the last year and it's still is going strong. Only changes I made have been new tires and tubes. Well, I did get a new seat(saddle)to make myself a little more comfortable. Its really been a great bike for under 300 bucks.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2013;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Good bike to get into cycling;;jeffgerber

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dog Lover - Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2014
Why is this a beginners/starter bike again?
The Schwinn Phocus 1600 frame takes its roots from the Kinesis Industry 6061 aluminum frame that comprises almost all of the frames sold in the world. Some include Trek, Giant, Schwinn, Fuji, Specialized, Cannondale, Bikes direct line an so on. One can't actually believe that that there is someone at the Kineses production line mixing up a special batch of aluminum for each bike that goes down the line. That covers the frame. The Shimano groupset is the Claris 2400, a SR Suntuor crankset and DNP Epoch Hyperwave 8 speed freehub (not freewheel). With Microshift levers. This is not a 14 speed bike as in the description, it is a 16 speed (2 speed crank side 8 speed cassette.) The seat and all the other components are bike shop quality. The bike weighs 26 pounds with the comfort saddle which is very light. This is for a person over 5'8". they have a 16" model too but it is listed as a women's model Phocus 1600. This bike rides like the wind and will last for many years with proper maintenance :) I have posted a detailed assembly video and a test drive on YouTube. just put the user name "codieraji" in the search window. or "Schwinn Phocus 1600 Assembly Review Test Ride"

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Guitarguy - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2016
Warranty service is a problem on these bikes -- must be sent back to Amazon's vendor Pacific Cycle in IL
Overall, a very good bike with decent equipment and performance for the price. However, Schwinn has a quality control issue with the bottom bracket (where the pedal cranks connect) and the only way for you to get them to fix it (or anything) under warranty is to send the whole bike back to Pacific Cycle at your cost. I took mine to a Schwinn dealer and that's what Schwinn's regional manager told him plus it is in the warranty booklet. The problem is a clicking sound just about each revolution when you pedal, you can duplicate it by pushing the crank against the vertical seat post, it will move inward slightly and click. Other reviewers have had this issue, and mine occurred with less than 200 miles of moderate riding. This is a manufacturing defect (incorrect factory install) not an assembly or usage issue. The fix cost me $75 which is what shipping would cost plus I'd have to wait who knows how long.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By stk34630 - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2016
You wont beat the price for the quality of this bike! Highly recommend!
This bike is great! i have owned a road bike previously to this and i would consider myself an intermediate rider. Out of box everything was zip tied together and protected well. The pedals, seat, handle bars, and front wheel need to be installed. The gear levers need to be mounted to the handle bars, the brakes and the handle bar stem need to be tightened. I know the posting said to have it tuned up, but I took a crack at putting the bike together myself just to test. All that i needed was a screwdriver, set of allen keys, and a wrench for putting the pedals on. After assembly, i took a short ride and the gears made a little noise and did not hit the full range of shifting. In the end i did take it to a shop and have the gears tuned. Two things that i do not like about the bike are: 1) the foot pedal cups are there for the long haul as they are not easy to remove. i stopped trying. and 2) the brake cables are wrapped into the grip tape from the lever to the stem, so if you have accessories like a headlight, you may want to consider either retaping the bars or buying a new mount to allow for the extra space you will need. Overall fantastic bike and did i mention that it looks super cool too!? Update 5/6/16: Got my first pinch flats and after 2 more popped tubes i discovered the issue. The rim liner in my rear wheel was slightly offset over the spoke holes. This caused the tube to fall into the hole and create the pinch flat. I do not want this to be a detractor from the bike, as it is a great bike, but i would highly recommend getting a cloth rim tape to prevent flats of this nature. The rim tape that comes with the bike is made of some sort of heat shrunk polymer and is not very flexible or workable.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By jeffgerber - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2013
Good bike to get into cycling
I bought this bike to get into cycling. Figured I would invest in the Schwinn Phocus so if i didn't stick with it I wouldn't be out a bunch of money. So far its been a great bike. I have rode over 300 miles and I have had no big problems. Like the other reviewers pointed out, there are a couple of things to know. One is the tubes are very thin. I have had a couple of flats. I changed out the tubes and haven't had a flat on the bike since. Also you will need to get the biked tuned up so it shifts smoothly and doesn't make noise while you pedal. I let the pros at the bike shop do this for me, and was happy i did. It pedals and runs smooth. I have gotten a lot of "nice bike" comments from other riders around the area. I am 5'9" and the bike fits me pretty good. I would say a person shorter than 5'8" would find this bike maybe a little big. A person over 6 foot my find this bike a little small. I love the bike so far and would recommend it to anyone who wants to get into road cycling. UPDATE: Over 3,000 miles on this bike in the last year and it's still is going strong. Only changes I made have been new tires and tubes. Well, I did get a new seat(saddle)to make myself a little more comfortable. Its really been a great bike for under 300 bucks.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dog Lover - Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2014
Why is this a beginners/starter bike again?
The Schwinn Phocus 1600 frame takes its roots from the Kinesis Industry 6061 aluminum frame that comprises almost all of the frames sold in the world. Some include Trek, Giant, Schwinn, Fuji, Specialized, Cannondale, Bikes direct line an so on. One can't actually believe that that there is someone at the Kineses production line mixing up a special batch of aluminum for each bike that goes down the line. That covers the frame. The Shimano groupset is the Claris 2400, a SR Suntuor crankset and DNP Epoch Hyperwave 8 speed freehub (not freewheel). With Microshift levers. This is not a 14 speed bike as in the description, it is a 16 speed (2 speed crank side 8 speed cassette.) The seat and all the other components are bike shop quality. The bike weighs 26 pounds with the comfort saddle which is very light. This is for a person over 5'8". they have a 16" model too but it is listed as a women's model Phocus 1600. This bike rides like the wind and will last for many years with proper maintenance :) I have posted a detailed assembly video and a test drive on YouTube. just put the user name "codieraji" in the search window. or "Schwinn Phocus 1600 Assembly Review Test Ride"

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Guitarguy - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2016
Warranty service is a problem on these bikes -- must be sent back to Amazon's vendor Pacific Cycle in IL
Overall, a very good bike with decent equipment and performance for the price. However, Schwinn has a quality control issue with the bottom bracket (where the pedal cranks connect) and the only way for you to get them to fix it (or anything) under warranty is to send the whole bike back to Pacific Cycle at your cost. I took mine to a Schwinn dealer and that's what Schwinn's regional manager told him plus it is in the warranty booklet. The problem is a clicking sound just about each revolution when you pedal, you can duplicate it by pushing the crank against the vertical seat post, it will move inward slightly and click. Other reviewers have had this issue, and mine occurred with less than 200 miles of moderate riding. This is a manufacturing defect (incorrect factory install) not an assembly or usage issue. The fix cost me $75 which is what shipping would cost plus I'd have to wait who knows how long.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By stk34630 - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2016
You wont beat the price for the quality of this bike! Highly recommend!
This bike is great! i have owned a road bike previously to this and i would consider myself an intermediate rider. Out of box everything was zip tied together and protected well. The pedals, seat, handle bars, and front wheel need to be installed. The gear levers need to be mounted to the handle bars, the brakes and the handle bar stem need to be tightened. I know the posting said to have it tuned up, but I took a crack at putting the bike together myself just to test. All that i needed was a screwdriver, set of allen keys, and a wrench for putting the pedals on. After assembly, i took a short ride and the gears made a little noise and did not hit the full range of shifting. In the end i did take it to a shop and have the gears tuned. Two things that i do not like about the bike are: 1) the foot pedal cups are there for the long haul as they are not easy to remove. i stopped trying. and 2) the brake cables are wrapped into the grip tape from the lever to the stem, so if you have accessories like a headlight, you may want to consider either retaping the bars or buying a new mount to allow for the extra space you will need. Overall fantastic bike and did i mention that it looks super cool too!? Update 5/6/16: Got my first pinch flats and after 2 more popped tubes i discovered the issue. The rim liner in my rear wheel was slightly offset over the spoke holes. This caused the tube to fall into the hole and create the pinch flat. I do not want this to be a detractor from the bike, as it is a great bike, but i would highly recommend getting a cloth rim tape to prevent flats of this nature. The rim tape that comes with the bike is made of some sort of heat shrunk polymer and is not very flexible or workable.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By jeffgerber - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2013
Good bike to get into cycling
I bought this bike to get into cycling. Figured I would invest in the Schwinn Phocus so if i didn't stick with it I wouldn't be out a bunch of money. So far its been a great bike. I have rode over 300 miles and I have had no big problems. Like the other reviewers pointed out, there are a couple of things to know. One is the tubes are very thin. I have had a couple of flats. I changed out the tubes and haven't had a flat on the bike since. Also you will need to get the biked tuned up so it shifts smoothly and doesn't make noise while you pedal. I let the pros at the bike shop do this for me, and was happy i did. It pedals and runs smooth. I have gotten a lot of "nice bike" comments from other riders around the area. I am 5'9" and the bike fits me pretty good. I would say a person shorter than 5'8" would find this bike maybe a little big. A person over 6 foot my find this bike a little small. I love the bike so far and would recommend it to anyone who wants to get into road cycling. UPDATE: Over 3,000 miles on this bike in the last year and it's still is going strong. Only changes I made have been new tires and tubes. Well, I did get a new seat(saddle)to make myself a little more comfortable. Its really been a great bike for under 300 bucks.