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2011 Gary Fisher Sawyer

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2011 Trek Sawyer, Gary Fisher Collection. 17.5"

Bontrager Crivitz, 25 degree sweep, Bontrager Race Lite

51mm offset, FSA

Shimano M475 hubs; Bontrager Duster 29 Disc 32-hole rims

Shimano M475 hubs; Bontrager Duster 29 Disc 32-hole rims

Truvativ Firex 2.0G GXP

Bontrager Evoke 2, Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 27.2mm, zero offset

Crank Brothers Mallet 1

SRAM x.5, SRAM X.7 rear, Shimano Deore front

Avid Juicy 3

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This was my first mass produced bike since I was a teenager. I saw the Sawyer in a catalog and I felt that even though it was mass produced, it would be a very special bike. It has adjustable dropouts so it can run as a single speed, and the frame is also compatible with belt drive! Wild! Trek had these on mega closeout a few months ago, I picked up the absolute last 17.5" at an absurd discount.

I love to ride this thing, around town it is the most badass beach cruiser. On the trail, it is a hoss. I don't even mind that it lacks front suspension.

Eventually, I would love to customize it, upgrade some components here and there, maybe add a suspension fork just to see what it is like. I'm also tempted to give belt drive a try. Trek really did a great job with this bike and I am so thrilled to own one!

People who friended this bike Beckets, juicemankilla, knapprobert, rburnham13, campystamp, squarenoise, FAT TIRE RIDER


The chromoly frame is a work of art reminicient of the very first mountain bikes. Although mass produced, this is a higher end bike that had to be special ordered. Score!


If I had the money I would totally buy one of these. Although the front end looks insanely high.. What did you pay for it?


MSRP was about 1500. I paid a little less than a third after all was said and done. Regarding the front end, it was designed with idea that some buyers may want to add a suspension fork down the road. I forget the exact specs, but it is for either 80 or 100mm of travel.

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