|buying a 97 Trek 2100CF, any complaints?||shunk|
Aug 10, 2001 7:52 AM
|Just wondering what the roadie world may have experienced with this bike. I'm an avid mountain biker eagerly interested in getting some long road miles. Will this bike last me? THANKS!|
|re: buying a 97 Trek 2100CF, any complaints?||Poulidor|
Aug 10, 2001 11:01 AM
|If by 2100CF you mean a bike with carbon fiber main triangle, an aluminum fork and aluminum rear triangle, check out the post below with the title "Used Trek 2200 (Carbon)". I am not sure but I think that the old 2100 and 2200 have very similar frames.
|re: buying a 97 Trek 2100CF, any complaints?||VW|
Aug 10, 2001 11:03 AM
|I'm not sure what are the differences between 2100 and 2200, but check out posting on August 9th "Used Trek 2200 (Carbon)".|
|less than 100mi, for < $500 good deal?||shunk|
Aug 10, 2001 11:45 AM
|Yes, I was referring to the Trek 2100 with the main three tubes made of Carbon. I dont know the difference between this and the 2200 either. The one I am interested in has less than 100mi on it and can pick it up for less than $500. Seems to be a pretty good deal.|
|less than 100mi, for < $500 good deal?||mr tornado head|
Aug 10, 2001 4:33 PM
|Well, yeah, it's a not bad deal. Nota screamin' bargain, either.
The 2100, 2200 and 2300 all had identical frames, it was how the componenty was decked out (the 2100 being the low end, the 2300 being the high end).
Look around, I had found a few complete 2100's on this site for around $300 a year and a half ago. Look around, print out a few pages, and compare the details to the one you're looking at.
Personally, I love 'em.