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Campania made a variety of models, but even the high-end were nothing special. Mass produced frames made in Japan and assembled in California in the 70's. No way to tell value without multiple pics and model name, but likely to be between $50 and $100 if very good mechanical and appearance condition

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Cycling | Answered Yesterday

1. That's not a Sting Ray, but a limited edition replica
2. It appears that it was last released in 2017, but also in early 2000's and perhaps other times.
3. The demand for the most recent must not have been great, as they are still for sale from Dick's Sporting Goods.
4. Get the serial number and either contact Schwinn or Google "Schwinn serial number" and do your own research. That is what anyone else would have to do.

Schwinn Cycling | Answered 2 days ago

we are supposed to know whats clicking on your bike??? really?? look at it and figure it out.

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Jan 18, 2019

Ask at a bike shop!

Cycling | Answered on Jan 18, 2019

Google "mongoose serial number". That is what anyone here would have to do to answer your question. You may or may not be able to determine the age from serial number, but bike condition is far more important than age..

Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Jan 15, 2019

You don't need to release air pressure to pump up the tire. If you have tubes with "presta" valve stems you need to unscrew the knurled nut on the end of the stem before inflating the tire. Presta stems also require the correct type of fitting on the end of the pump hose.

Nishiki Adult... | Answered on Jan 15, 2019

Take old battery off first it will tell you on there, as long as it 12volts and the same size then it will do the job.

Huffy Cycling | Answered on Jan 12, 2019

You have to keep the black rubber, triangular button depressed while you slide it opposite way of the LED lights.
(Just face the LED lights side to your body,depress black rubber button and slide down)
Hope this helps!.

Schwinn Tool... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019

Chain too tight or not lined up correctly. Readjust the rear wheel.

Cycling | Answered on Jan 11, 2019

do not pay for any service not received
if it is a child seat for a bike , pay when you pick it up and they may want a deposit for use

Carrier Co Pilot... | Answered on Jan 11, 2019

Bit vague, 29" is a standard size, not a model number.

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Mongoose Cycling | Answered on Jan 08, 2019

Best" ? As an industry adviser, I hear this question all the time.
what is really important is what is best for your needs; some folks need mammoth hill climbing, others need great range, others want light weight.
The Ezee brand ebikes, and Bionx are pretty darn good.
I zip/schwinn is having warranty problems.
Giant if you need great range and nationwide service.
Be careful with crystalyte in the rain unless you get the go hub.
Make SURE that diagrams, skilled repair people, parts and a warranty are available.

many folks are disappointed that there is no service and their $1200 investment is useless after the first minor problems.

Below are very good dealers. say **** sent you


Cycling | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

what does this even mean?

Cycling | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

what group set do you have?
Have you looked on the Shimano website? They have a lot of useful information on there, including basic gear setuo details which will generally apply to all groupsets.

Shimano Cycling | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

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