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My Trek T1

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2007 Trek T1

Deda Pista, Truvativ Riser bars and Nashbar bull horns / ITM

Trek track carbon fork / Cane creek

Non-Machined Aerospoke (white)

Non-Machined Aerospoke (white)

Sugino 75 (170mm) / Suntour

Velo / Bontrager

Shimano 600 / KMC

Surly 18t / Campy 42t

Had this bike in NYC with a totally different gearing ratio and black Aerospokes (until they got stolen).Here now in Steamboat Springs, CO with the new replacement wheels and totally different gearing. Love the wheels! Stiff and maintenance free. The frame is nice, light and stiff enough. Gotta love the gold metal flakes on the paint job.
Contrary to popular belief, it does have track geometry. Even though I use it mainly as a commuter (for now), its pretty forgiving on the road too.

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how much does it weight with

how much does it weight with the spoke rim n all the parts u put on it in the pics/also how is it on the streets for regular commuting like is it uncomfortable on long rides n hurt ur bak or arms or we

chain stay

very nice. how decent is the chain stay clearance with the suginos?


really nice bike. how do you like riding with both aerospokes, do you find them heavy?

aerospokes are HEAVY

I bought a set, knowing that they were heavy and I thought it would be no biggie. It made my track pro feel like an old steel road bike, they were super sluggish on hills, slow to get started, and took out some of the twitchyness that i love bikes to have. They ride nice as hell, and when you're going like 25 and up they make a cool sound. They're solid stable and smooth, but sooo heavy.

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