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06-24-18, 11:14 AM
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Posted By canyonblue737

I see the 2019 Trek DS frame has changed and is a...

I see the 2019 Trek DS frame has changed and is a more modern / smoother looking design in particular where the top tube meets the head tube and a slightly bump/arch to the top tube. Much classier...
06-24-18, 11:07 AM
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Views: 2,022
Posted By canyonblue737

Well I've had a variety of opinions here but I...

Well I've had a variety of opinions here but I pulled the trigger... I ended up getting my son the Trek 820 (26 wheels) in a 13 inch frame but I did replace the tires with smoother running Serfas...
06-18-18, 06:43 PM
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Posted By canyonblue737

For sure mostly paved flat surfaces, suburban...

For sure mostly paved flat surfaces, suburban streets and bike paths. Occasionally small gravel bike paths. What tire would you recommend for a 26 inch MB tire for smoother rolling while still at...
06-18-18, 05:43 PM
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Posted By canyonblue737

Trek 820 MB (adult) vs. Trek Superfly 24 MB (kids) for 10 year old 4'9"?

It was time to get new bikes for my kids and I'm a bit torn on what to do for my son after visiting my local Trek dealer where I have been a happy customer for 13+ years for our family bike needs. My...
08-19-13, 12:00 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 2,447
Posted By canyonblue737

well i adjusted the brakes using the loose bolts...

well i adjusted the brakes using the loose bolts / squeeze lever / tighten bolts method and it improved the situation somewhat as now i pretty much don't have rubbing when riding unless leaning, and...
08-19-13, 06:29 AM
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Posted By canyonblue737

sfrank: have you been successful adjusting...

sfrank:

have you been successful adjusting the brakes with the centering technique that was described earlier in the thread?

on your second set of wheels are you using Shimano disks with the...
08-18-13, 09:01 PM
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Posted By canyonblue737

Trek DS vs. Neko

My wife and I have 2004 Trek 7300 "comfort hybrid" bikes. I recently purchased a 2013 Trek DS 8.4 to replace it and have begun riding not only bike paths but gravel trails, dirt trails, and even some...
08-18-13, 08:45 PM
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Views: 2,447
Posted By canyonblue737

Ok, first off thanks for giving me hope I can...

Ok, first off thanks for giving me hope I can resolve this myself (as I really want to ride the bike which I LOVE in every way but this noise and going to the LBS is a bit involved and a time suck)....
08-18-13, 07:43 PM
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Views: 2,447
Posted By canyonblue737

Hayes brakes on 2013 Trek DS 8.4 rubbing/ringing

I just purchased a Trek DS 8.4 in a 15.5 frame and have 25 miles on it. On the very first ride within a couple of miles the rear brake began rubbing a very little when the frame was under load. By...
07-23-12, 07:58 AM
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Posted By canyonblue737

dcrainmaker kind of an "expert" on fitness GPS...

dcrainmaker kind of an "expert" on fitness GPS devices and a well known reviewer of all things Garmin seems to think a follow on to the Edge 500 is due at interbike in late August, but he is not...
07-17-12, 08:05 AM
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Views: 1,239
Posted By canyonblue737

Is a follow on to the Gamin Edge 500 likely soon?

It seems the Garmin Edge 500 has been out since late 2009 now, so I assume it means it is due a replacement soon? I have doubts in the sense it seems to be the best selling "small" but full featured...
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