Schwinn Sanctuary 7 Cruiser Bike – Retro Style

Everything old is new again, and that is especially true when it comes to this Schwinn Sanctuary 7 Cruiser Bike.

From the fenders to the whitewall tires and the rear rack for packages, this bike is straight out of the 1950s.

More than a few people will recognize the iconic package rack set over the rear fender that was a quintessential element of a cruising bike back in the day.

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Schwinn has been an American institution since 1895, when first founded in Chicago, Illinois. Pretty much everyone can remember their first Schwinn bicycle.

The Schwinn classic cruiser bikes were first made popular in the 1950s. With the whitewall tires and the padded seat, this is a bike that many from that era can relate to.

The popularity of this style of cruiser held through the 1980s, and many of today’s adults learned to ride on one just like the Sanctuary Cruiser 7.

This remake of the popular Schwinn cruiser has 7 speeds and shifts via twist grips on the handlebars and the high-performance rear-wheel derailleur gears are made by Shimano, long considered to be the best in the trade.

The frame of the Sanctuary Cruiser is all steel and the wheels are made of a lightweight aluminum alloy.

This bicycle comes in a deep red with a black seat with the white Schwinn Sanctuary logo painted in script on the chain guard.


Seven-speed Shimano gears with grip-twist shifting

Front and rear fenders to keep mud and dirt from spraying rider

Fun retro-style package rack for carrying a payload