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Schwinn (Enthusiast Color) Lou Dzierzak(Author)

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Book Schwinn (Enthusiast Color)

Schwinn (Enthusiast Color)

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Original name book: Schwinn (Enthusiast Color)

Pages: 96

Language: English

Publisher: MBI (May 11, 2002)

By: Lou Dzierzak(Author)

Book details

Format *An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose. *Report a Broken Link

Required Software Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview
Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Category - Engineering & Transportation

Bestsellers rank - 8 Rating Star

From its inception in 1895 as Arnold, Schwinn & Company, Schwinn bicycles have been the best-built and most-desired bikes produced in America. This book gives you a comprehensive overview of these great bikes. It includes chapters on the early history, balloon-tire bikes, middle-weights, lightweights, Stingrays and Krates, and the modern era of mountain bikes, road bikes, BMX, and the return of the Black Phantom.

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Customer Reviews
  • By milady on April 24, 2016

    Greát book very intersting thank you

  • By Eric on November 20, 2014

    Great price with excellent photos. If your a Schwinn Enthusiast, this needs to be in your collection. Loved it.

  • By martin scheid on December 23, 2012

    I liked reading about the history of Schwinn while I restored my college Schwinn Varsity. Many color pictures make it interesting.

  • By shiner on March 13, 2013

    This is not an indepth book on Schwinn bicycles,just an overview really,BUT the photo's and advertisements,all colour on premium gloss paper,are superb.A must have for the Schwinn enthusiast.

  • By William C. Stoeffhaas on May 24, 2004

    Sorry to see a good idea executed so poorly. The author relied on limited and questionable sources, leading to many mistakes in the history of the company. There are also several misspelled names, typos and incorrectly identified photos, although the photos are quite good as are some of the old ads. That's really the only reason to consider the book, for the photos and old advertising. Just don't waste time reading it as there are other, far better accounts of the company's history.

  • By Michael Smith on July 23, 2002

    This book has lots of photos but the one of the orange krate is totally incorrect. The auther should have done his homework and learned about Schwinn Bikes before doing a book on the subject. Instead he used nice photos of incorrectly restored bikes.

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