Schwinn Avenue Bicycle


Schwinn Avenue

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Features & Specifications

700c Men’s Schwinn Avenue Hybrid Bike:

  • Aluminum hybrid frame with front suspension fork
  • Shimano EZ Fire 21-speed shifters
  • Alloy linear pull brakes
  • 24-spoke alloy wheels with paired spoke pattern
  • Suspension seat post
  • Meets or exceeds all CPSC (US Consumer Product Safety Commission) regulations
  • Model: S4952WM

Bike Type: Road Bike
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 39.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 53.7 x 7.9 x 28.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and/or Imported
Origin of Components: USA and/or Imported
Wal-Mart No.: 000778217

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Model: S4952WM
Date: ID03JH

(Note near crank on frame – a): G7374M2
(Note near crank on frame – b): SNIDCO8C02451


Kenda Kourier / Schwinn
28 x 1 5/8 x 1 1/2
700 x 38c
40-622 (approximate circumference 2220 mm) min. 50, max 85 PSI
3.5-6 kaf/cm2
350-600 kPa

Note: I successfully replaced a tire with this:
— Kenda Kwick Trax
—- 700 x 38c (ETRTO 40-622)
—- Model: K1053


Here is a link to a site that has a regular weight tube with a 48mm (extra long) Schrader valve:

The UPC is 047853114058

I have also successfully replaced a tube with this:
— Kenda Thorn-Resistant Bicycle Tube
—- 700×35-43C-27×1-3/8 A/V TP SH
Subnote: I had to get a Schrader valve* extension* from Auto Zone (Slime brand)

Stars Rim

image from Stars Rim web site


crank and dérailleur


This figure is from Schwalbe Tires. I arrive at a number (2234) close to 2220 when I take the diameter measurement I got (28″) when I measured one edge of the tire to the other (the tire was mounted and the inner tube inflated to about 70 psi) and plugged this diameter measurement into the standard circumference formula π x diameter.
The word “derailleur” (with no acute accent over the first “e”) seems to be more prevalent than its parent, “dérailleur.”

Hear me pronounce “derailleur.”

Hear me pronounce “dérailleur.”

Note: I based the English pronunciation on the audio pronunciation from Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary v. 2.5. I based the french pronunciation on the AT&T Labs Text-to-Speech: Demo pronunciation.

4 thoughts on “Schwinn Avenue Bicycle”

  1. I ride my Avenue to work during the ridable months here in Southeastern Idaho and have put 6000+ miles on it. My last repairs at the bike shop the guy took off the front plastic sprocket protector that kept my pants from getting greasy and/or caught in the front sprocket. Do you have a parts list for my bike so I can buy a new one? My serial # is SNIDC08A10268 and the bike shop that did the work says they can’t get me one!!?

    1. Hi, Alan.

      I’d love to be able to help, but I’ve never encountered such a list. Maybe you could try phoning Schwinn directly. Hopefully, you can leave another comment if you’re successful.

  2. Do you know what size spoke the rims on this bike needs? I find they break easy and am tired of paying $16 to replace them at the bike shop.

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