Schwinn Traxion Mountain Bike Review – Is It Worth Buying

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Schwinn Traxion Mountain Bike Specs

Size18″/One Size
Frame MaterialAluminum
Wheel Size29 inches
Brake StyleDisc
Number of Speeds24
Item Weight49 Pounds

Rating: (4.5/ 5)

Schwinn mountain bikes have been the first choice of many mountain bike users, and are known for their low prices and high quality.
Now, we are going to review the Schwinn Traxion Mountain Bike in depth after gathering a lot of user reports and testing for half a month.

Cross Country Performance

For superb grip, the Schwinn Traxion Mountain Bike has multiple-section mountain tires. It is perfectly capable on rough roads, too, with dual front and rear suspensions, and front and rear disc brakes. I could not wait to take it out on the gravel-filled rough terrain when I first got on it, and it performed very well.

I have to admit that the 2.25″ wide tires are thick enough for mountain sports. Because the wide body not only makes it extremely passable, it can easily climb over rocks and tree roots. It is also strong enough to absorb shock and make the rider a more comfortable riding experience.

It is also thin enough to minimize friction with the ground, allowing it to fly at ground speed.

Of course, when it comes to its wonderful performance, its front and rear suspensions are to be credited. Especially in the process downhill in the mountains, I can feel its shock absorption effect.

The fork was very mischievous, always driving me up and down and bouncing around. Although I could feel a little bump, it was not a strong vibration and did not make my shoulders and arms feel unpleasant.

The rear suspension is very much the same, and I can feel my butt being massaged all the time, which is a little bit exciting and a little bit comfortable, which makes me feel very interested.


When conducting the mountain test, I of course had to test the Schwinn TraxionMountain Bike for smooth shifting. 24-speed Shimano EZ Fire trigger switch shifted easily, and the Shimano chainstays front and rear were smooth and free of derailment.

When I encountered an uphill, I flicked the dial and the bike shifted to a lower gear very smoothly. So the climb was very easy and I didn’t even choose to stand up.

To its credit, it’s really friendly enough for newbies. Because of the visual shift dial, I can easily capture the information about the gear I am in.

When the bike came to the downhill road, the acceleration of gravity made the downhill speed very fast, although the mountain road was very steep, I did not panic at all. Because the braking effect of the disc brake discs was so fast, I only needed to grasp the force of the brake grip according to my speed needs, and I was able to make the bike go down the hill steadily.

Schwinn Traxion Mountain Bike Off-Road Performance

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