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champion city 05-12-11 12:10 AM

Show your Trek
Hello C & V,

I know many members here either own, or would like to own a vintage Trek. Even though I am Canadian, I have a soft spot for the early American-made steel.

Without further adieu,

Show your Trek!

melonbar123 05-12-11 12:33 AM

bikemanbob 05-12-11 04:50 AM

400, 1000, and 560
I rehabbed the 400 and 1000 and sold them. The new owners were excited to buy them. I'm presently rehabbing the 560 and intend to keep the bike for myself.

BlueDevil63 05-12-11 07:38 AM

Any excuse to post a picture. '82 957:

raverson 05-12-11 08:05 AM

1 Attachment(s)
1986 Elance 300 reworked with a triple.

raverson 05-12-11 08:22 AM

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1985 400

rothenfield1 05-12-11 08:59 AM

Ditto: Any excuse...'83 560.:D

Fletch521 05-12-11 09:14 AM
IMG_1611 by Fletch521, on Flickr

brian3069 05-12-11 09:15 AM

1982 728 Please ignore the pedals, they've been changed.

rothenfield1 05-12-11 09:16 AM

Originally Posted by Fletch521 (Post 12632380)

I hate to break this to ya, but that bike is too small for you Rock Man.

auchencrow 05-12-11 09:55 AM

84 660

83 760

jamesj 05-12-11 10:31 AM

1980 Trek 412.
I recently upgraded to aero tektro brake levers, brown bar tape, and brown VO toe straps.

dgodave 05-12-11 11:06 AM

Ooh these are beautiful bikes.
Now I gotta get some better pics of my 1983 970 and 620.

scozim 05-12-11 12:34 PM

Daughter's '82 Trek 610 - Reynolds 531 frame, 19" - original components

My '81 Trek 510 - Ishiwata 022 tubing - running in stealth mode because some bonehead stripped the decals off except for the head badge. In desperate need of a wash and post-winter maintenance.

Roger M 05-12-11 12:48 PM

It's not steel, but it's somewhat old. I doubt if this has more than a couple of hundred miles on it since new. It's too small for me, as you can see by the seat post height. The braking surface on the rims is still not even scuffed off.

auchencrow 05-12-11 02:58 PM

86 310

abarth 05-12-11 05:13 PM

I love racing Trek. Here are mine:

87 Trek 560 EX

This bike is so fun. It is one of my favorite steel bike. Very responsive handling. Stiff but not dead. It climbs very well. Thought about selling it last year but don't think I could find a bike that is as much fun to ride at this price range.

90'ish Trek 2200, my rain bike.

Since built, I rode it twice and upgraded once already. Great bike, comfortable and climbs like a mountain goat. It is just amazing.

Trek I sold over the years:

southpawboston 05-12-11 07:45 PM

1988 Trek 560:

sailorbenjamin 05-12-11 07:55 PM

My all time best dump score;
A neighbor's best dump score. He gave it to me for $20;
The 412 and the 614;
and the most recent incarnation of the 614;

leftthread 05-12-11 08:13 PM

another '87 560 EX

One I parted company with last year: an '86 Elance 400

peterw_diy 05-12-11 10:27 PM

What are those fenders on the 2200???


abarth 05-12-11 10:37 PM

Originally Posted by peterw_diy (Post 12636247)
What are those fenders on the 2200???


Those are Crud Roadracer MK2. Greatest fenders ever for tight clearance bike.

rothenfield1 05-12-11 11:37 PM

Originally Posted by abarth (Post 12634890)

Let it rain baby! Let it rain.

thook 05-13-11 12:11 AM

Yes, that Trek is so sweet!

auchencrow 05-13-11 08:18 AM

I flipped this 82 600 a few weeks ago. The buyer got a really sweet ride for a very good price.

(The seat tube TREK decal looks "too blue" because I replaced the one that a PO had buggered up with a bike lock.:rolleyes:)

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