Excellent Entry Level Road Bike
Light bicycle, good for commuting. It comes with an aluminium frame, so it doesn't quite absorb the road buzz as well as a carbon one, however, it has a decent set of bontrager wheels and carbon forks, with makes things somewhat better. The seat is made from Trek's in-house brand Bontrager, and is comfortable and decent enough.
If I had to pick one drawback about the bike, it's the tyres that come with them. Most reputable bike companies stock their bikes with a decent pair of "puncture resistant" tyres, Trek hasn't done this with their 1.2, I've gotten two flat tyres already! Despite this though, what makes this bicycle so good is how light it is, and is something I'd definitely recommend for commuting. Overall a robust road bike for anyone looking to get a decent entry level road bicycle.
Fantastic ride for a $999 bike.All the normal gears etc but a better frame and wheels than almost anything out there. Now with the oversize 31.8 bar/stem combo ( by Bontrager ) the bike is stiff when sprinting and graet to dise.
Light and stiff alloy frame. Great Carbon fork. Strong eyeleted rims. Oversize stiff bars & Stem
Nothing realy for $999
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