Question about Schwinn Cycling
I have a feeling it is made for old style bikes, not these new fangled things. The seat post clamp is the bolt , nut or quick release that holds the seat in the tube and stops it from going up, down or spinning. In the case of the new bike, it could be way down low, where it won't do you any good. I would suggest a clamp of some sort up top to make the child's seat sit level. Depending on how the child's seat is fastened on, you will have to make something work. Like a pipe clamp, antennae clamp, muffler clamp, something like that to replace the seat clamp. But iof you seat clamp is level or up high, remove the nut and bolt and see what happens with the child's seat clamp. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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