Mountain Biking - 2012 Trek Marlin
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01-26-12, 04:51 PM
I bought one today from my lbs. I forgot how much fun it is to ride, i was so excited that I forgot my water bottle on top of the kitchen table:lol::D:lol:. I havent been on a bike in a long time but i ran the bike for 10 miles today hopefully i get to run more miles per day.
Hello from New Orleans, Louisiana!
01-26-12, 07:43 PM
Welcome to the funhouse.......
......and the asylum here.
Where did you ride?
01-30-12, 08:26 AM
jeez, i got the exact model and color...been 2 weeks and i'm having mighty good time with it!
my bike - http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk123/silljen/my%20first%20bike%20-%20Trek%20Marlin/325953_10150587316688594_732348593_10759028_349537606_o.jpg
01-30-12, 08:32 AM
I also have the same bike/color. First thing I did was ditch the pedals for some spd's. Worlds of difference. I have about 200 miles on mine since the first of the year and as of yet no problems.
01-30-12, 09:57 AM
Yeah I'm upgrading the pedals next week. The saddle is uncomfortable but I haven't been on a bike in a long time, I'm going to see if I get use to. I will like to make the bike lighter to. Any ideas?
01-30-12, 11:19 AM
The saddle is uncomfortable but I haven't been on a bike in a long time, I'm going to see if I get use to.
you said it. give it least two weeks, you'll be fine with it.. i now removed the gel seat cover, the original seat is much better.
You may find that a firmer saddle is actually more comfortable than a very soft saddle (less chafing). It also takes a little time to toughen up the nether regions.
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