Schwinn Sweetspot geometry?
Does anyone have a geometry chart for the original Schwinn Homegrown Sweetspot? The one with the ball bearing pivot, and not the hollow bushing pivot.
Did the geometry change between the 1995 suspension frame and the 96+ frames?
I've looked around, but haven't been able to find it anywhere.
Last edited by bad mechanic; 11-04-2009 at 04:28 AM.
BMech, I'll try to remember to check my archives tonight. I have all catalogs from '95 to '01, so hopefully there's a geo chart in the earlier cats. I believe it stayed the same, but I will try to check for you.
Unfortunately, none of those are for the 1995 Homegrown Sweetspot.
Originally Posted by shwinn8
CTB, thanks, but I lost the auction last night , so no need, I guess. Thank you again, though.
Sorry to resurrect this thread, but it turns out the geometry for the frame would, after all, be useful.
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The specs for 96 show the frame that is similar to the 95 frames. Especially the rear triangle.
BMech, will this help? This is from my '96 catalog, even though the '96 HG Suspension bikes had the later rear triangles on them. The '95 catalog doesn't have any geo charts.
Yeah, I didn't remember them having a geometry chart in them, but I figured one might exist somewhere. Grr.
Originally Posted by CTB
On a completely unrelated note, I just picked up a second '99 Homegrown Pro frame to hold as a spare. To my intense joy, it came with a vintage Easton EA70 in 26.8 which will work lovely on my Sweetspot.