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Old 01-13-06, 11:14 PM   #1
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Trek Portland

Anyone ride one of these ?

http://www2.trekbikes.com/bikes/bike...id=1037000&f=7

Fenders look a tad small for portland wet, but for places that dont see as much rain it might be a great commuter.
Carbon fork, drop bars, disc brakes, 10 speed triple

At least its a good start for a production commute bike. Couple more years they might get it really good.
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bleh wrong forum lol
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I have ridden one. Very sturdy and stable. Comes with high pressure tires. Gearing is smooth, brakes are very nice. Paint job draws looks. No data on fenders, but are similar to others seen on build-your-own commuter bikes.
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