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Old 08-07-04, 04:41 PM   #1
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trek wsd road bike

I am 5'1" I currently ride a 50cm Trek 1000C. It is to big. I was measured and have a 71 inseamd and need top tupe of 49.5. I'm looking at a Trek trek wsd. The 1500wsd does not have the adjustable reach shifters, so I'm thinking about the 2005 2100wsd. Anyone have any comments on the Trek WSD road bikes?undefined
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Old 08-12-04, 10:17 AM   #2
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My wife rides a Trek 5200 WSD and used to ride the 2300 WSD. She loves the WSD. They fit her so much better than the regular bikes.
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Old 08-12-04, 10:32 AM   #3
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I found that I was in between two sizes of the Trek WSD. Like Goldilocks - one size Trek was too big, the next one down was too small. Luckily, a Cannondale R1000 Fem was just right! The moral of my fairytale - if you're not comfortable, try a different brand. I was convinced I wanted a Trek until I tried the Cannondale.
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Thanks for the info, bike to be shipped on Monday. I do need a suggestion for a second water bottle since i live in southeast Texas. It gets really hot.
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I do need a suggestion for a second water bottle since i live in southeast Texas. It gets really hot.
A hydrator.
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