Last Updated on June 8, 2022 by FAB Jim The Cyclist
This is a really nice example of an 80s Trek road bike. Frame is made with legendary Reynolds 531 tubing with Trek investment castings and Dark Blue Metallic paint. Shifting is done with Shimano Deore derailleurs and SIS shifting. Drivetrain has 18 speeds with a triple in the front and 6 speeds in the back. Crankset is an S.R. Oval-Tech with 52/42/32 chainrings. Matrix Titan-S wheels with Maillard CX sealed bearing hubs. Braking is done with Shimano Z-570 brakes and Z-525 hooded levers. Weight is approximately 23.6 lbs.
Trek had just been making bikes for 10 years in Waterloo Wisconsin when they made this one, how far they have come now.
Photos donated by Southshore Cyclery