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Schwinn ventures into Upside Down w/ Stranger Things 3 BMX tribute bike

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Schwinn is getting downright strange again, with their third edition bike honoring the Netflix Original Series, Stranger Things. Sold exclusively at Walmart.com, the bike is anticipated to sell out quickly and become a collector’s item.

Schwinn Stranger Things 3 Lucas Sinclair Bicycle

If you love Stranger Things, Schwinn has yet another treat for you. Their latest tribute bike is from the third season of the show, and was ridden by Lucas Sinclair (just like their Stranger Things 2 bike). It’s positioned as a high-performance kids bike, for use in solving mysteries, fighting monsters, or even just riding to your friend’s house to play Dungeons and Dragons.

Schwinn was fairly tight on details before the release, but more information should be available soon at this link from Walmart.com – the exclusive seller of the new ride.

We do know that it’s a single-speed BMX-style bike with two rim brakes and a padded top tube. It’s designed to excel in a variety of environments – from the sleepy town of Hawkins, Indiana, all the way to strange dimensions filled with Demogorgons and Mind Flayers.

The bike even includes a flashlight, filter set, and handlebar pouch – to help light your way through city streets, wooded areas, and secret underground Russian bases.

The Stranger Things Season 3 Lucas Sinclair Bicycle is available from Walmart.com for $249. The last bike sold out in just hours, so act quickly if you want to get your hands on one!


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4 years ago

Just like the show…pretty close. No self-respecting kid from the 80s had a kickstand and/or chainguard on their BMX bike, also pedals should be metal.

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