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Old 04-28-15, 06:37 PM
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Hi Ya'll! This forum helped me pick out my brand new Trek FX 7.4 2015 so thought I'd finally stop lurking and join the FX hype train. I bought the crystal white color. I knew I wanted the 7.4 after I tried the 7.3 and 7.4 back to back. As a heavy set dude, the carbon fork makes a massive difference in bump absorption. I was obsessed with the lime green color available for the 7.3 and assumed I would get that, but I decided to choose the 7.4 for the ride quality. I was still impressed with the crystal white color. Its very clean, and the blue and green accents are subtle and small but super cool. The white color actually has sparkles in it, I've pretty much named my bike Robyn Sparkles. I love that the cables run through the frame in the new design, it makes the bike look very clean and protects those cables from getting banged up. So far I've been extremely impressed with the ride. I've put on about 50 miles which is a lot for me. The ride can be aggressive when you want it to be, and relaxing when you need that too. The seat was uncomfortable at first but I've grown to "settle" with it, its not great, but good enough for my commuting purposes. I had to make some adjustments on my own because I was too lazy to take the bike to my LBS, plus its a great learning experience to learn how to do it. The front brakes got off balance pretty quickly, I had to adjust them. I took my wheel off once or twice carefully and it still happened. My gfs 2014 Trek 7.2 had the exact same issue. I also had to adjust the front derailleur, I had chain rub like nobodies business, so I had to adjust the high/low and actually pull the cable tighter on the derailleur. With that said, the adjustments were damn easy and a great way to learn about my brand new bike. This bike is extremely customizable and has mounting holes in every spot you'd want them to be as a commuter.

I'm a huge fan of this bike, it is the perfect bike for me. Gets me from A to B quickly, has the flexibility for a good exercise loop, and can mount my ridiculous basket for errands I need to run (basket not pictured, I'm embarrassed).

Congratulations! Strange that you had to do so many adjustments. I would discuss that with the dealer. The Crystal White does look nice!
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Nice to see that they put the cables in the frame on the lower end FX's. You use to have to buy the 7.7 to get that.

I love the FX's. Together my wife and I have 3 of them. I first bought my wife an 08' 7.5fx WSD and she loved it. Later I got me the 09' 7.6fx and put about 500 miles on it. Then I seen the bike of my dreams! A 7.9fx with Dura-ace 9000 cranks and Bontrager XXX lite carbon clinchers just to name a few. I had to have it!
We are in the process of building my wife one now so we are looking for a 15" 7.9fx frame or complete bike.

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I think they're pretty neat.

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I have a 2012 7.2fx that I love. I've commuted to work on it almost daily for going on three years. It's still stock except for the saddle and grips and is still going strong. Why then do I want a 2015 7.2fx in red??
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I have a 2012 7.2fx that I love. I've commuted to work on it almost daily for going on three years. It's still stock except for the saddle and grips and is still going strong. Why then do I want a 2015 7.2fx in red??
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I have a 2012 7.2fx that I love. I've commuted to work on it almost daily for going on three years. It's still stock except for the saddle and grips and is still going strong. Why then do I want a 2015 7.2fx in red??
I just bought a new Trek 7.2 FX in the fast color (Red) LOL.





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I have a 2015 Trek FX 7.4. My GF just picked up a leftover 2014 FX 7.2 WSD to ride with me
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The crappy platform pedals on my 2015 7.3 FX are due to be upgraded. My feet slide all over those pedals.
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huge trek fan, on my 3rd and 4th trek bikes now. mine is a 2015 7.4 and wife's is a 2011 trek fx 7.3. paid less than sticker price for both including taxes! love riding on these things and love being on a bike that's quick and upright.
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I ordered the 7.4 in size 15 WSD. They are assembling it now but I suspect from the test I did last year, the stem may need to be replaced with a shorter stem. They did not have a current model for me to try this year to see if I had the same reach problem. I am 5'4'' and the 14 would be too small for me - guess I have shorter arms than others my height. Have any of you played around with the length of the stem for better reach?

Also, what about adding some sort of additional risers to bring up the fork- have any of you done this?

I am going from a comfort bike with riser bars and the lower flat bar will take some time to get used to. I am switching because I want to do longer and hillier rides and my current bike not suited. I also want to add end bars and found an adapter on the trek website. Do any of you use end bars or had experience with the adapter? This looks to be new insert foam for the grips and a plug - bars would be separate
Bontrager Satellite Plus ISOZone Bar End Adapter - Bar Ends - Handlebars - Components -Trek Store
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I have a 2012 7.2fx that I love. I've commuted to work on it almost daily for going on three years. It's still stock except for the saddle and grips and is still going strong. Why then do I want a 2015 7.2fx in red??
Acquisition syndrome.
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Originally Posted by HillRiderEast View Post
I ordered the 7.4 in size 15 WSD. They are assembling it now but I suspect from the test I did last year, the stem may need to be replaced with a shorter stem. They did not have a current model for me to try this year to see if I had the same reach problem. I am 5'4'' and the 14 would be too small for me - guess I have shorter arms than others my height. Have any of you played around with the length of the stem for better reach?

Also, what about adding some sort of additional risers to bring up the fork- have any of you done this?

I am going from a comfort bike with riser bars and the lower flat bar will take some time to get used to. I am switching because I want to do longer and hillier rides and my current bike not suited. I also want to add end bars and found an adapter on the trek website. Do any of you use end bars or had experience with the adapter? This looks to be new insert foam for the grips and a plug - bars would be separate
Bontrager Satellite Plus ISOZone Bar End Adapter - Bar Ends - Handlebars - Components -Trek Store
I cannot tell you about the stem. However, I have the bar end adapters. I ended up replacing the grips all-together with Ergon grips. I know that others have just used the Bontrager bar ends with good luck. The bar end adapters do not include a new foam insert, at least mine did not. The insert is already in the bar.
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[QUOTE=yashinon;17770088]I cannot tell you about the stem. However, I have the bar end adapters. I ended up replacing the grips all-together with Ergon grips. I know that others have just used the Bontrager bar ends with good luck. The bar end adapters do not include a new foam insert, at least mine did not. The insert is already in the bar.[/QUOTE

I got mine over three years ago and they came with the foam inserts. I didn't use them, I just cut the ones that were there. I figured they were for if you ever wanted to go back, which I never would. Mine work well, just moved the original grips in to make room for the bar ends, a big improvement.

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Are FX owners satisfied with the size and quality of the stock tires that come with their bike? I believe the FX-1 and FX-2 come 700x35 tires. The FX-3 and FX-4 come with 700X32 and the FX-5 comes with 700X28. Are you satisfied with the stock tires? If you upgraded, what did you buy and were you satisfied with the upgrade? Thanks for your input.
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Are FX owners satisfied with the size and quality of the stock tires that come with their bike? I believe the FX-1 and FX-2 come 700x35 tires. The FX-3 and FX-4 come with 700X32 and the FX-5 comes with 700X28. Are you satisfied with the stock tires? If you upgraded, what did you buy and were you satisfied with the upgrade? Thanks for your input.
My stock tires are still going strong. Every time I think about getting new tires I look down at mine and realize there's still a heck of a lot of tire still left. These things seem to be lasting much longer than expected.
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I just recently bought a '15 Trek FX 7.3 and I'm pretty happy with it so far with a few minor gripes. I was really torn between a road bike and the FX, I went for the FX because I want to still be able to ride on a gravel trail near my house and feel stable. However I'm finding that the stock grips are really hurting my hands. I wanted a more aggressive riding position so my LBS flipped my stem for me and I like the position a lot more....not sure if that's why the grips make my hands hurt. I'd like to have more options for hand positioning so I've been debating switching out the handle bars with drop bars but then I would probably want to buy different shifters for the drop bars and put in an additional brake lever for the flat part. I originally was just going to add some bar ends but that isn't an easy option like I had hoped since the IsoZone handlebars are funky shaped. I know you can get adapters so it is an option. I'd just like some other feedback on making the switch, I'd like to be able to ride for more than a half hour without my hands hurting. Before I bought the Trek I was riding a Schwinn Voyageour which was real nice for leaisurely ride but now I was something that'll help me with my fitness and cover more ground quicker. Feeling a little lost as to what my options are.

Also considering doing some upgrading with the pedals but have no idea what to consider...suggestions?
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I just recently bought a '15 Trek FX 7.3 and I'm pretty happy with it so far with a few minor gripes. I was really torn between a road bike and the FX, I went for the FX because I want to still be able to ride on a gravel trail near my house and feel stable. However I'm finding that the stock grips are really hurting my hands. I wanted a more aggressive riding position so my LBS flipped my stem for me and I like the position a lot more....not sure if that's why the grips make my hands hurt. I'd like to have more options for hand positioning so I've been debating switching out the handle bars with drop bars but then I would probably want to buy different shifters for the drop bars and put in an additional brake lever for the flat part. I originally was just going to add some bar ends but that isn't an easy option like I had hoped since the IsoZone handlebars are funky shaped. I know you can get adapters so it is an option. I'd just like some other feedback on making the switch, I'd like to be able to ride for more than a half hour without my hands hurting. Before I bought the Trek I was riding a Schwinn Voyageour which was real nice for leaisurely ride but now I was something that'll help me with my fitness and cover more ground quicker. Feeling a little lost as to what my options are.

Also considering doing some upgrading with the pedals but have no idea what to consider...suggestions?
@Sarah1126 Welcome to the forums and congratulations on your new bike. I did not care for the IsoZone handlebar either. I tried it for a few weeks, mounting different grips on it. However, there is something weird about that handlebar. I recently swapped out with a standard Bontrager h-bar. The grips I use (ERGON GP5) work so much better with the new bar. The RL bar is also lighter.

For pedals - would you consider clipless? I use the Shimano dual sided pedal, one side is platform and the other is Shimano SPD. This is entirely a personal preference tho.
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Are FX owners satisfied with the size and quality of the stock tires that come with their bike? I believe the FX-1 and FX-2 come 700x35 tires. The FX-3 and FX-4 come with 700X32 and the FX-5 comes with 700X28. Are you satisfied with the stock tires? If you upgraded, what did you buy and were you satisfied with the upgrade? Thanks for your input.
The stock tires are good quality, very rugged. However, wanted a lighter weight - "quicker" tire. Went with the Gatorskin 700 x 25 size. So far so good!
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I just recently bought a '15 Trek FX 7.3 and I'm pretty happy with it so far with a few minor gripes. I was really torn between a road bike and the FX, I went for the FX because I want to still be able to ride on a gravel trail near my house and feel stable. However I'm finding that the stock grips are really hurting my hands. I wanted a more aggressive riding position so my LBS flipped my stem for me and I like the position a lot more....not sure if that's why the grips make my hands hurt. I'd like to have more options for hand positioning so I've been debating switching out the handle bars with drop bars but then I would probably want to buy different shifters for the drop bars and put in an additional brake lever for the flat part. I originally was just going to add some bar ends but that isn't an easy option like I had hoped since the IsoZone handlebars are funky shaped. I know you can get adapters so it is an option. I'd just like some other feedback on making the switch, I'd like to be able to ride for more than a half hour without my hands hurting. Before I bought the Trek I was riding a Schwinn Voyageour which was real nice for leaisurely ride but now I was something that'll help me with my fitness and cover more ground quicker. Feeling a little lost as to what my options are.

Also considering doing some upgrading with the pedals but have no idea what to consider...suggestions?

Hi! I also have been having issues with the isozone grips giving me hand numbness and pain. As I ride more it gets better (or at least I can ride longer before the numbing/pain starts). I will be playing with my seat position a bit, I will slide it forward to see if that takes some pressure off the hands a bit, a higher stem might fix it as well, since it forces a more upright position and moves the weight to the body. Its a bit disappointing that the isozone grips don't work so well. On my test ride I initially thought that since the palm rests over a larger area the force would be displaced better over more surface area, not the case unfortunately. My most ideal plan is to get bar ends to allow some variation in my hand positions. I'm still a fan of the way the isozone grips feel despite the issues with the hand pain. Just pouring more money into my brand new bike, but its worth it in the long run. I love doing my own work on my bike if I can, so I'm thinking about biting the bullet and getting the adapters and bar ends to try it out. If I fail I can always go to my LBS and have them fix the fails. I'll report back with the difficulty of the job when its all finished and if it helps much with the hand numbness.
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I bought my 7.3 FX last May (2014) and I've put a little over 4000 daily commuter miles on it.
I also purchased the Trek Care Plus option, which has already paid for itself in new chains and maintenance.

I'm really happy with this bike, it's still a pleasure to get out on the road with it.

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I've been using my 2008 FX2 for a few years now commuting to work (24 miles round trip) and have upgraded a good bit of her along the way. Race Lite stem, race lite riser bar, race lite seat post, race lite wheels, ergon grips and bar ends, RXL saddle, bontrager rear rack and panniers & added some well go spd pedals that I've had since I traded my mt bike years ago for the FX. The shifters, derailers and cranks are all still stock and working well due to good maintenance on my part.

The FX has been a great bike for me but I'm thinking of upgrading to the Trek Crossrip with disks. Has anyone had a chance to compare the Crossrip to the FX as I'd like to hear some comparisons.
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Hi Guys, I have a situation. I was in a bicycle accident and my new trek fx 7.5 (2014) front tire and fork got completely run over by a car. The local dealers here (in Tokyo Japan) won't replace JUST the fork so I'm wondering what you guys would do in the same situation. I'm not sure how to find a replacement fork. (it had the bontrager carbon nebula) I'm pretty sure just any fork won't work and I've looked and I don't believe they sell replacements. Does anyone know which fork would be compatible and how would I go about replacing it?
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I ordered the 7.4 in size 15 WSD. They are assembling it now but I suspect from the test I did last year, the stem may need to be replaced with a shorter stem. They did not have a current model for me to try this year to see if I had the same reach problem. I am 5'4'' and the 14 would be too small for me - guess I have shorter arms than others my height. Have any of you played around with the length of the stem for better reach?

Also, what about adding some sort of additional risers to bring up the fork- have any of you done this?

I am going from a comfort bike with riser bars and the lower flat bar will take some time to get used to. I am switching because I want to do longer and hillier rides and my current bike not suited. I also want to add end bars and found an adapter on the trek website. Do any of you use end bars or had experience with the adapter? This looks to be new insert foam for the grips and a plug - bars would be separate
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Did you end up replacing the stem? I'm shorter than you (5'2 on a good day) and I find the stem too short for me! I like the IsoZone grips but unfortunately for me I find the handlebars too wide for my shoulders which results in pain and numbness after 25+ km. Because the handlebars are too wide for me, adding bar ends won't help me either.
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Hi Guys, I have a situation. I was in a bicycle accident and my new trek fx 7.5 (2014) front tire and fork got completely run over by a car. The local dealers here (in Tokyo Japan) won't replace JUST the fork so I'm wondering what you guys would do in the same situation. I'm not sure how to find a replacement fork. (it had the bontrager carbon nebula) I'm pretty sure just any fork won't work and I've looked and I don't believe they sell replacements. Does anyone know which fork would be compatible and how would I go about replacing it?
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If the dealer you bought your bike from won't help you, try another shop? Specifically shops that specialize in "sports bikes". Where did you buy your bike anyway?

I know a company selling carbon forks (but for road bikes) so there's a possibility you might find one for your FX. ?????????? | ?????????????????? Dixna Carbon forks are expensive though!
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