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Old 09-19-05, 09:02 PM
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Trek 7000

I can get a 2-3 month old Trek 7000 for $175. How is this price, and how is the bike? I do want a hybrid, I figured it would be good for NYC. What do you think? Thanks!

Also I read in a thread about the 7000 here that it's parts werent of the highest quality, someone compared it to an xmart bike. Is this true? Hopefully not O_O!
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Old 09-20-05, 05:45 AM
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My wife has had this bike for the last year and we've been perfectly happy with it. The only "mod" I've made to it was to switch out the suspension seatpost for a regular one and the generic squishy saddle for a more suitable one. Nothing's broken, it stays reasonably well adjusted and she's ridden it for a good 1200 miles. I say go for it if it's in good shape!
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