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Old 07-03-04, 12:32 PM   #1
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I'm new to this forum. I've been riding a Huffy for three years. I'm thinking of getting a TREK 7200 with a 17" frame. Is it a good bike? No real long trips Max about 25 miles. I'm 5'8" and not skinny.
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I have an old Trek 1000 road bike that I've had a long time and put many miles on. I haven't had any trouble to speak of with it. As to the newer Treks I really can't comment but I'm sure there is someone here on the forum to give you guidance. I just purchased a new bike myself about a month ago. A Rans Tailwind recumbent. I like it so much the road bike hasn't been out of the garage since I got the 'bent. I hpe you find the guidance you need. Welcome to the forums!

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7200's are awesome bikes. Good bike for the money. If you aren't looking at going anywhere over 25, and you won't be riding more than 2/3 times a week. The components will last you a long time on there!

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