2010 Trek Navigator 1.0

Last Updated on May 25, 2023 by FAB Jim The Cyclist

This is my rather handsome 2010 Trek Navigator 1.0 that I purchased new. 

It’s been a really great bike and have not had any issues with it.  My go to for any family rides.  It is a comfort/hybrid bike with a nice upright riding position. I bought this when I thought my serious riding days were done due to back problems. Read this for how I fixed my back.

Here are some of the specs:

TIG-welded Alpha aluminum frame

High tensile steel fork

Tektro V brakes and levers

Gripshift MRX

Tourney rear derailleur, 7 speeds

Bontrager Suburbia saddle

26” wheels Bontrager 550, 36-hole rims

26 x 1.95″ Bontrager Comfort

Always a joy to ride and probably more comfort than hybrid as I wouldn’t do much off-roading with it.  I feel like the styling goes back to some of the vintage bikes and it even has a nice badge on the front.  I have mine all decked out with a Topeak Explorer rack and MTX bag.  Super useful for carrying stuff.  I also have Topeak lights and a Mirrycle mirror, plus a bell to get people out of the way when I go to pass.  Check out some more eye candy:

Not a fast race bike, but great for cruising. Think I might add some fenders, what do you think?

I would love to post images and info of your favorite rides. Send a picture and make/model/year info to bikerjima@gmail.com. I will likely resize the image a bit. Also be sure to let me know what name you want to use in the post. Waiting excitedly for your submissions.

Published by FAB Jim The Cyclist

Jim has over 40 years of experience with bicycles and loves road and mountain biking and just going for calm cruises. He is a mechanic who has built custom bikes and is also very interested in bike history.

5 thoughts on “2010 Trek Navigator 1.0

  1. I’m a big fan of fenders — essential for riding around town on rainy / muddy days.

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