Originally Posted by mark9950
Remember you get a lot more muscle from pedaling a heavier bike,and steel frames are a lot cheaper,as long as the frame fits.
Dude, where is your smilie?
to the OP. I cant tell you if the Trek is a good frame. I can tell you that if you want to take racing serious enough to drop money on a new bike, make sure it fits, first and formost.
Once you have your bike set up where it needs to be for your body, get a good set of race wheels.
no, i am not talking about Velocity's. They are a great rim, as a back up set. Spend some good coin so you can go faster. Being competitive is a good thing. Dont let your equipment limit your abilities to stay near the front.
he's baaaaaack.... sort of