Trek build complete with pics ..
Looks really nice.Posted 4 years ago
I had one but I got rid of it due to the crazy amount of flex in the backend. That and the fact that I was going through pivot bushes at an alarming rate.It went back to Trek twice who said it was fine.
It looks like you’ve built it for aggressive riding so I hope this won’t be an issue for you.
Ok first of let me start by saying there seems to be a few trolls on here who love nothing more but to try an wind people up ! So if your one of them f#ck off the thread . This is my first ever bike build and im really quite chuffed with the outcome ..
STICKERS STILL TO GO ON;) bike before
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Agree with some of the above
cables & hoses need sorting as well as cable ties trimming.
The routing of your front brake hose looks wrong to me, it needs to come round the front of the fork.
In fact most of your cables look wrong coming from your bars, they should come from the lever/shifter over to the opposit side of the bike and down the frame, not the same side like you have it. Purely aesthetics though, they will still work.
Are there any cable lugs for routing the front mech cable underneath the downtube, as using a bottom pull mech? seems to be a lot of cables around the seatpost area??Posted 4 years ago
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