I'm really lovin' the eccentrics out at the rear dropouts. You could tell the raw frames at the factory by the rings sticking out the rear. the drive side is split vertically, in plane with the bike to get the belt through. Hot bike; I work at a Trek concept store and we have no plans on carrying the carbon version. Might have something to do with the fact that the original Districts we got are still sitting on the floor. Lots of people like to look at them, ooh and aah over the belt drive; nobody seems to want to actually buy one... Frame is made in the USA, if that makes a difference to anyone. Sucks that they didn't have any to actually demo.
I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.
Last edited by mconlonx; 08-18-09 at 08:32 AM.