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Old 06-14-04, 08:06 AM   #1
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Does anyone know when the '05 Treks come out? When do most other manufacturers release their new models? Does this usually happen all at once or does it just depend on manufacturer?

I know that I bought my 04 in September of 03 but don't know when they came out.

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Does anyone know when the '05 Treks come out? When do most other manufacturers release their new models? Does this usually happen all at once or does it just depend on manufacturer?

I know that I bought my 04 in September of 03 but don't know when they came out.
OK, I'll reply to myself. Just got a reply from Trek.

"Thanks for writing. As early as mid july."

Just in case anybody else wondered...
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Old 06-14-04, 01:15 PM   #3
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I wonder how much they will change if any
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They usually upgrade a rear derrailluer from an Acera to an Alivio. In some years, they will upgrade a frame to the next higher one.
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I thought you meant new Trek "models"...
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Anorexic sellls more than BBW does
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