That is my little sister. If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all, afterall, she is a minor. In the background is my other toy. I just got it today. I've been playing with it and boy that Bruiser is great.
I love the way it handles. The gearing is a little lower then what I'm used to. It probably was becasue I came from a rigid old school bike with light weight tires and less gears. It absorbs bumps and drops really well too! Overall, I love it!
Questions:On my way back from the place I got it from, I had to remove the front brakes to get the front wheel off so it could fit in the Civic. When I put it back on, the front brakes don't seem to be even (one is closer to the rim). Do I just mess with that screw near them (noticeable in the second shot)? Or do I play with that thing that needs an allen wrench? Also, is Trek using a Metric system or an American system? I was just wondering becuase I'm pretty sure both kinds of allen wrenches that I have would fit in the same hole. I also wonder what that sound is whenever I do some large drops and jumps that sounds like a kickstand hitting the frame, even though it doesn't have a stand.