Hybrid bicycles Trek
- You will enjoy it and get fit, also, on Trek's sporty 7.2 FX. This flexible machine features Trek's light Alpha SL aluminum framework with easy-rolling 700c tires, a mix that lets you drive more and quicker with similar effort. Plus, it sports a hill-flattening 24-speed drivetrain and confidence-inspiring linear-pull brakes. And, you are going to love the puncture-resistant tires that help keep you pedaling worry-free.
- Value Rating:
Talents: the best value.
An easy task to up-grade.
Can ride everywhere,
Weaknesses: first pedals.
Main Point Here:
Been operating my 7.2 since I purchased the woman brand-new in summer 2012. I've approximately 1500-2000 kilometers on the. I live in Atlanta and rode cycling can be treacherous so I plumped for something that can review a curb, parking lots, paths, sidewalk, gravel, dirt and just plain mayhem. It is crazy right here and now we have traffic and folks whom could care less about riders. To the analysis. I initially got the girl and ended up being amazed by the speed and control. I got the dark blue model rather than seemed right back, I like the initial hardcase tires but wore out the backside and got a slicker tire, We upgraded the pedals to a platform all-metal black Wellgo. The old ones dropped part. I have changed the braking system shields 2x but that is normal. I put on ergon 2 grips with child bullhorns. That made a large difference, In addition replied the trunk wheel - I ruined a corner wheel and replaced - i'm getting upon mileage and had to do it..the framework was perfect. The brake system (Tektro) have actually assistance up well. The shifters are great. I've only needed to when adjust the derailers. We have taken the girl on 20 mile rides without issues. I have ridden her on charity trips and once more had zero problems. I have beaten the crap using this bicycle and she just keeps on rocking, I would personally buy a 7.2 again.Favorite Ride: Townie
Cost Paid: $549.00
Purchased At: Totally Free flite
Submitted by Lance Los Angeles Croix
Strengths: the key strength of the Trek 7.2 FX is that its a variety of a road-bike and a town cycle