I'm selling my Trek 2.5. Bought brand new in September 2011 and it's done about 1500 miles since in dry conditions (I've got a banger for winter rides). New chain put on it in August after a fault with the previous one (it was still under warranty). Couple of cosmetic marks (see photos)but in perfect working order.
The reason it's being sold by my brother and not me is that he works in a bike shop so has been able to break it down, put it through a parts washer and set it up again (and not because I'm eBay-phobic as the little git has suggested).
Hi everyone. Was just after some advice, I have a 2010 Trek 1.5 road bike, but unfortunately I have damaged the frame and the forks in a crash such that they are now unuseable. As the other components are still fine, I'm looking into getting a new frame and forks which I can transfer the components over to. Does anyone have any suggestions for frames which are suitable? I really need something quite cheap (student budget) but which isn't too difficult to deal with, as I'm no mechanic! A friend suggested kinesis frames, does anyone have any experience with them at entry level?
Trek's Ion CX Pro is a race worthy bike that's perfect for anyone serious about trying cross racing. It's well thought out and executed, and comes complete with the right kit to hammer around a park for an hour. The added versatility of the mudguard and rack mounts is just a bonus.
Trek madone 2012 frame and fork.
size 56 H1 fit - see the trek site for angles etc, suitable upto 5ft 11. Made from the oclv 600 carbon.
brand new in a box. RRP £2600. I know they are discounted online as its the end of year. Looking for £1100 please DM me for more pictures etc. Warranty replacement reason for sale.
Prefer not to post, located in Manchester.