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Definition funny of Schwinn:
1. Name of a brand of popular bicycle. 2. Term originated at the University of Central Florida in the fall of 1999, to describe a loose woman whom every person has coitus with, or in layman's terms, everybody can screw, similar to a town bicycle.
"Yo, that dumb schwinn will bang you if you give her the time of day!"
Songs about Schwinn:
Blue Schwinn by Yppah from the Album Eighty One
70' Schwinn by The Rough Drafts from the Album Return of the Long Necks
Devil's Child (Sixhundredsixtysix Radio Edit remixed by Frank Schwinn) by "Sir" Oliver Mally from the Album Devil's Child
Devil's Child (Sixhundredsixtysix Remix remixed by Frank Schwinn) by "Sir" Oliver Mally & Frank Schwinn from the Album The Blues and the Beat
Devil's Child (Sixhundredsixtysix remixed by Frank Schwinn) by "Sir" Oliver Mally from the Album Devil's Child
Down with the Blues (Medicine Remix remixed by Frank Schwinn) by "Sir" Oliver Mally & Frank Schwinn from the Album The Blues and the Beat
i'm fixed (frank schwinn dubmix) by Trashpet & the Flirtmachines from the Album Flora und Sauna Records presents: Aufguss
Books about Schwinn:
Schwinn Bicycles by Jay Pridmore and Jim Hurd (Sep 1996)
Schwinn (Enthusiast Color) by Lou Dzierzak (May 11, 2002)
Classic Schwinn Bicycles (Collector's Library) by William Love (Mar 17, 2009)
Standard Catalog of Schwinn Bicycles by Doug Mitchel (Jan 2005)
Schwinn Black Phantom: What Happened in 1949; We Kept to Ourselves by Sue Perkins (Mar 28, 2012)
No Hands: The Rise and Fall of the Schwinn Bicycle Company, an American Institution by Judith Crown and Glenn Coleman (Nov 1996)
Build Your Own Klunker Turn Your Vintage Schwinn Bicycle into a 26" BMX Cruiser by Tim A Swike and Madeline G Swike (Oct 9, 2014)
Movies about Schwinn:
Tabata Trek with Schwinn Master Trainer Mindy Mylrea -
Schwinn Cycling Workout with Jay Blahnik -
Wiki information Schwinn:
The Schwinn Bicycle Company was founded by German-born mechanical engineer Ignaz Schwinn in Chicago in 1895. It became the dominant manufacturer of American bicycles through most of the 20th century and today, after declaring bankruptcy in 1992, it...
The Schwinn Racer was a bicycle in the lightweight series of bikes built by Schwinn Bicycle Company in Chicago from the 1950s-1970s. They had a Sturmey Archer 3 speed with 26 x 1 3/8 tires. Many were accessorized with speedometers, generators,...