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90% sure about purchasing a 08 Trek 1.2

Old 02-28-08, 03:17 PM
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90% sure about purchasing a 08 Trek 1.2

Going through my LBS, really like the guys and they seem genuine. Iíll be in the area for a couple years and decided this was a good route to go. $770 is what it's going to cost me. I'll get a free trek cable lock and water bottle equipment and 10% off any accessories. Wanted to do a little more searching before I made my final decision. Decided to go with the 1.2 over the 1000. Thoughts welcomed.
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Old 02-28-08, 03:30 PM
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Fun! I'd just check if they have the 2007 model of the Trek 1500, it delivers quite a bang for the buck, especially now. Ask them to give you a free fitting too. That's the one thing that will make you faster.
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For what it's worth I have the women's version and I love it! Granted it is my first road bike but of all the bikes I test road this one stood out to me. I would say that if you're comfortable on the bike then go for it. They're nice entry level bikes.
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just make sure you test ride the bike and the other candidates before you make your final decision.

And fit is key!
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If you are interested in the 1.2 I can sell you my 50cm 2007 1500 for far cheaper than $770. It has better components too.....
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OP - Trek - nice bike to start with - well-built, well-backed, good value. But MAKE SURE you're buying a bike that fits you. Take advantage of your chance to try a few different bikes and to be fitted by a good bike shop.
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