|Upgrading to Trek 2200||GTrider215|
Aug 9, 2001 6:13 PM
|Hey currently iam riding a trek 1000, but ima start saving up tio maybe get a Trek 2200? How much do they usually go for retail value? And are these bikes pety good? like alot better then trek 1000? how much is the price difference between the trek 2200 and the trek 2300?|
|re: Upgrading to Trek 2200||jtolleson|
Aug 9, 2001 7:16 PM
|I don't know the MSRP but I'd guess around $1200 (I'm sure I'll get corrected if I'm wrong). Two notches up from the Trek 1000 on the component food chain, the 2200 is mostly Shimano 105. You save a little weight and get smoother shifting. You'll also save some weight with the wheels and hubs, upgraded significantly from the 1000. |
If the Trek geometry fits, go for it!
|is it all the same...||GTrider215|
Aug 9, 2001 7:47 PM
|like if i fit perfectly on a 50cm trek 1000 will all i need is a 50cmtrek 2200?|
|is it all the same...||Rusty Coggs|
Aug 10, 2001 5:14 AM
|Check the geometry charts at www.trekbikes.com. My catalogue shows a difference between the 1000 and other trek alumimum models. Make sure you try before you buy. Difference appears to be a shorter TT in the 1000.|
|re: Upgrading to Trek 2200||ken vining|
Aug 10, 2001 8:44 AM
|With very careful shopping, I have purchased two new Trek 2300 bikes. Both were 1999 models bought early 2000. Got one for $1100 and the other for $1400. With the ultegra components, I thought these were excellent buys. I just had to shop for about 6 months to find the deals.|
|re: Get the 2300||Taylor_A|
Aug 10, 2001 9:37 AM
|Last time I looked, the 2200 had a normal retail of $1,299 and the 2300 was $1,599.
The 2300 has Ultegra components and uses a higher grade of tubing. If you are going to upgrade I would go with the 2300.
Now is a good time to look, you may be able to get a closeout 2300 for about $1,200.