Friday, December 6, 2013
2014 Trek 7.2 FX | Bike Review | Scheller's Fitness and Cycling
Maybe you are ready to start a fitness program on January 1st. Or maybe you'd like to save some money at the pump by cycling to work one day out of the week. Maybe you would just like to take some time for yourself cruising around town, running errands or visiting friends.
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The FX Line has a unique geometry that is speedy, yet stable. The tube shapes are inspired by Trek's road heritage for a lightweight ride that is fast and fun. It's a fast, fun, and agile ride that can be used for many different things.
Upgrades from the 7.1 FX:
– Bontrager Hard Case Lite tires
– Shimano M131 crank
– Shimano Altus/ Alivio 24-speed drivetrain
– Bontrager alloy handlebar
Colors - Matte Trek Black, Dark Metallic Blue (left), True Blue
Frame: FX Alpha Gold Aluminum
Fork: High-tensile steel w/ lowrider mounts CLIX Dropouts
Wheels: Formula FM21 Alloy front hub, FM32 rear hub w/ Bontrager AT-750 32 hole double walled rims
Tires: Bontrager H2 Hard-Case Lite, 700x35
Shifters: Shimano Altus, 8 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano M191
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio
Crank: Shimano M131 48/38/28
Cassette: Shimano HG 11-32 8 speed
Saddle: Bontragger SSR
Seatpost: Bontrager SSR 27.2mm, 20mm offset
Handlebar: Bontrager Low Riser, 25.4mm, 15mm rise
Stem: Bontrager SSR, 25.4mm, 10 degree
Headset: Slimstak, Semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
Brakeset: Tektro alloy linear-pull brakes w/ Shimano Altus levers
Grips: Bontrager Satellite Gel
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