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Old 06-10-06, 02:39 PM   #1
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Trek 7000 feedback

Hey, not a serious biker here, maybe oneday. Any of you have the Trek 7000?? Like it? Dislike it???
I want a bike to be versatile: some road with friends, but not cross country and to take camping with us. Some, very little offroad. Mostly roads/stateparks. Is it durable?? Comfortable?? I've test ridden it a little and liked the feel of it.
Thanks,
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If this is what you'e talking about, it's not a mountain bike.
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How old are you, what's your price range, and what will you be using it mainly for?
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this might be a little better.
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dude trek links never work, it just iderects you to the main page
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Hey, not a serious biker here, maybe oneday. Any of you have the Trek 7000?? Like it? Dislike it???
I want a bike to be versatile: some road with friends, but not cross country and to take camping with us. Some, very little offroad. Mostly roads/stateparks. Is it durable?? Comfortable?? I've test ridden it a little and liked the feel of it.
Thanks,
Mark

Hmm, correct me if i'm wrong, but I don't think that Trek has made a 7000 mtn bike for a while? I have a 1989 Trek 7000 mtn bike. The frame is solid as a rock, I'm waiting on new parts, stem, handlebar and what not to make it how i like it, so I can't comment on it anymore since I havent really ridin it.
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