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1972 Schwinn Speedster Bicycle 22"

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Fully tuned and ready to ride classic 3 speed Schwinn!

1972 Schwinn Speedster Bicycle 22"

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You could be the proud owner of this vintage Schwinn Speedster 3 speed bicycle. This steel, diamond design frame was handmade in Chicago, IL in July of 1972. Featuring a Sturmey Archer 3 speed, fully chromed front and rear fenders, full length chain guard and a two-toned saddle. This bicycle is looking for a new home and it could be yours.


This bicycle is in very good shape, just a small chip in the paint here and there. This bike has been fully tuned by a seasoned shop mechanic with many years of experience. Then the bike was test ridden and given a thorough eighty three point inspection by the owner. Finally the owner rides the bicycle checking steering, braking and shifting. After you receive this bicycle minimal adjustments and assembly will be needed to be ready to ride.

This bike is being sold as is, please see photographs for details.


Seat tube - 22"
Top Tube - 22"
Stand-over height - 31"
Bike Weight - 40 lbs.


Seatpost - Schwinn
Saddle - Schwinn Approved
Stem - 60mm
Handlebars - 58cm
Brake levers - Weinmann-Schwinn Approved
Brake calipers - Weinmann -Schwinn Approved
Shifters - Sturmey Archer 3-speed
Crankset -Single Sprocket
Pedals - Schwinn Approved
Hubs - 36 hole laced to 26" rims
Freewheel - Single cog

Serial #GH008215
Reference #130853

Additional Information

Year 1972
Gender Mens
Color Red
Speeds 3 Speed
  • Made in USA!
  • Fully Tuned
  • All Original
Frameset Steel
Components Schwinn
Drivetrain Sturmey Archer 3-speed
Manufacturer Schwinn
Decade 1970s
Country of Origin USA
Used or New Used
Can be seen at 640 W Washington
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