20" Schwinn Stingray Chopper Bike was £249.99 now £149.99 @ Toys R Us - HotUKDeals
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20" Schwinn Stingray Chopper Bike was £249.99 now £149.99 @ Toys R Us

£149.99 @ Toys R Us
I've always wanted a chopper, but then who doesn't? This Stingray Chopper is perfect for cruising, with its comfortable sprung saddle offering a smooth ride. The trendy red frame means you can ride … Read More
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[mod] 5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
I've always wanted a chopper, but then who doesn't?
This Stingray Chopper is perfect for cruising, with its comfortable sprung saddle offering a smooth ride. The trendy red frame means you can ride with style. It also features V System brakes, alloy rims and a chain guard.

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1 Like #1
This bike brings back memories when I had a chopper bike in the 70's, heat added X)
#2
Love it. Any idea what age this would be aimed at?
#3
I always wanted a Chopper.
banned 1 Like #4
just because it has chopper handle bars doesn't make it a chopper, this is no chopper
#5
drew_peacock
just because it has chopper handle bars doesn't make it a chopper, this is no chopper


no badly placed gear change lever, not a 2 seater with backrest,
I don't know if you can get a six foot whippy aerial to clamp the back anymore.
1 Like #6
This does not look like a Chopper to me.
2 Likes #7
Looks like it weighs a ton - that'll keep 'em fit!
#8
That looks absolutely terrible!
#9
Not a Chopper. No gear leaver to rupture yourself on. No dynamo lights No back rest. Never get 6 ten year old schoolboys on it (or falling off it more accurately).

Edited By: JoshuaCh1v9 on Nov 28, 2016 10:47
#10
summerof76
This bike brings back memories when I had a chopper bike in the 70's, heat added X)
summer youre not old enough to remember the 70's never mind been there ;)
#11
Looks very light weight compared to the chopper of my memories. You would have struggled to lift the original.

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