|Stock weight of Trek 5200||JuniorRacerFL|
May 20, 2002 2:00 PM
|Hello im getting a trek 5200 in about a month and i was wondering if any knew the actual weight of it stock with no modifications and with the stock race light wheels. Thanks|
|re: Stock weight of Trek 5200||mwood|
May 20, 2002 2:12 PM
|2001 bike was 17.5lbs. w/o pedals for 58cm and Rolf wheelset.|
|re: Stock weight of Trek 5200||ngl|
May 20, 2002 3:26 PM
|My 2001 5200 is 18.0 w/o pedals for a 52cm|
|re: Stock weight of Trek 5200||jtolleson|
May 20, 2002 5:36 PM
|That sounds a heckuva lot more accurate. That 17.5 for a 58 cm (identified above) sounds like a marketing ploy.|
|17.5 was from the Bicycling Magazine||mwood|
May 20, 2002 8:39 PM
|review. The 17.5 was w/o pedals and cages, w/ Ultegra double.
I was looking at the 5200 recently (before I bought my Colnago Asso) so I did some research. That was the only test I could find online. The bike received a favorable report, except for the "wooden" ride.
I found it interesting that the Trek brochure only lists the frame weight (2.4lbs) and not the total weight.
|re: Stock weight of Trek 5200||sntacruzSL|
May 20, 2002 5:31 PM
|FYI...I've owned the 5200 for two months now and love it. You couldn't buy a better bike for the money.
However, if you experience some creaking from the front end and especially when out of the saddle, grease the drop outs on the fork before doing anything else.
I'm not alone on this, so it's a known 5200 issue. I originally thought it was the headset until someone suggested the drops and that's what it was.
As far as weight, light...real light.