TREK COMFORT BIKE - COMFORT BIKE(Tue)
Trek comfort bike - Chainless bikes.
Trek Comfort Bike
- (Comfort Bikes) All-terrain bikes with ergonomically-superior upright riding positions, suspension forks, soft grips, cushy saddles and wide-range gearing; Comfort bikes generally use 26" mountain bike wheels.
- A popular type of bicycle built mostly for recreational use and designed for optimum rider comfort with features such as soft seats, suspension seatposts, upright riding position and easy gearing.
- A hybrid bicycle is a bicycle designed for general-purpose utility and commuting on a wide variety of surfaces, including paved and unpaved roads, paths and trails. It combines features from the road bike and the mountain bike, and includes variants such as the city bike, cross bike and commuter.
- Go on a long arduous journey, typically on foot
- any long and difficult trip
- a journey by ox wagon (especially an organized migration by a group of settlers)
- journey on foot, especially in the mountains; "We spent the summer trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas"
- Migrate or journey with one's belongings by ox-wagon
- (of an ox) Draw a vehicle or pull a load
Burley Tail Wagon Bike Trailer
Your furry family members definitely deserve to get in on the Burley action too. Whether you have a go-lucky lab or brazen little wiener dog, the Tail Wagon can be adjusted to comfortably carry your most loyal companion. Features include a flip-down tailgate for quick loading and a suspended, removable floor for easy cleaning of mud or snow-induced paw prints.
Take the dog or dogs along--the Tail Wagon by Burley provides versatile and safe pet transportation for your bike. With a maximum capacity of 75 pounds, the Tail can carry one large or two small/medium dogs wherever your bike goes. Designed specifically to make man's best friend happy and comfy on the ride, the Tail is equipped with 16-inch quick-release alloy wheels and a suspended floor to lessen the impact of bumps in the road. Side battens prevent the dog's weight from shifting from side to side during the ride for maximum stability. The Tail has a flip down tailgate for easy loading and unloading with a stabilizing kickstand and you can protect your pet from the elements with the 2-in-1 weatherproof cover option or let him/her enjoy the breeze and the view with the four-sided heavy-duty mesh cover. For additional convenience, the Tail has a removable floor for washing and optional securing tie-downs.
One of the most easy to use and versatile pet trailers on the market, the Tail folds down quickly with a fast-action folding system for transport and storage. Use your Tail Wagon for skiing with the We Ski Kit--get additional storage with the Critter Compartment--or even use your Tail Wagon as a stroller with the Stroller Kit (all additional accessories sold separately). Finally, the Tail Wagon will keep you and your dog safer with its high-visibility fabric, reflective material, and safety flag.
Trailer weight: 23.25 pounds, 10.5 kilograms
Capacity: 75 pounds, 34 kilograms
Heavy-duty mesh on four sides of cover
2-in-1 all-weather cover
Tailgate flips down
Removable floor for easy cleaning
Floor is suspended above the axle
16-inch quick-release alloy wheels
New wheel guards
Fast-action folding system
Folded dimensions: 35 x 23 x 13 inches (89 x 58.5 x 33 centimeters)
Stroller kit, We Ski kit, storage cover, safety flag, critter compartment
Forged standard hitch
Handle bar assembly
Tow bar receiver kit, (front and rear tow bar receiver, tow bar guides, bolts, nuts)
Frame assembly, front (tube, frame locks, hinges)
Frame assembly, rear
Lower frame kit (main frame left and right), cross frame (front and rear)
Wheel guard tube
Axle receiver kit with handle receiver
Wheel (quick release, reflectors, axle, tire)
Flex connector for square tow bar with safety strap
Front side panel
Floor and covering
Burley Trailer Limited Warranty:
Burley trailers are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service. Burley will repair or replace parts it determines to be defective as follows: fabric parts for one year, plastic parts for three years, and durable frame parts for five years. The Burley trailer owner must present the trailer for repair at place of purchase, with an original sales receipt or similar proof of purchase. This warranty applies only to the original owner and is nontransferable. Burley cannot be responsible for failure due to improper assembly, modification of parts or instructions, neglect, abuse, accident, and/or normal wear. The warranty does not cover any trailer used for rental, competition, or commercial use.
Burley neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume any other liability in connection with this Burley product, and there are no oral agreements or warranties collateral to or affecting this agreement. This warranty gives you specific rights. You may also have other rights, which vary by state or country.
1985 Trek 720
My flagship ride. Its wide gear range and long stays allow me to ride all day long in comfort. This is not a show bike. There's nothing exotic on it, just nice functional bits. I've pushed it all over Los Angeles: to work, to Eagle Rock for club rides, to Dockweiler and Santa Monica beaches, out to meals and clubs on the weekends.
The original 720 was a pretty Francophilic bike, with its French derailleurs, headset, freewheel, chain, and the infamous Maillard Helicomatic hub. The Huret DuoPar titanium rear derailleur had been replaced by the previous owner, who also added a padded Terry saddle, Belleri handlebars, an unknown Shimano cartridge bottom bracket, a black Deore rear derailleur, Nashbar touring wheels, and Shimano SPD pedals.
I replaced the saddle with a new Brooks. I also added aero brake levers and crosstop levers. Since I don't carry 40-pound loads, I've opted for a sportier wheelset. The drivetrain has also been changed out to all new Shimano 9-speed stuff. I like indexed shifting for city riding. I don't own cleat shoes, so I've switched to toe clips.
1985 Trek 720, 52cm
Serial number 136489 58TSI
Handbuilt in Waterloo, Wisconsin
Reynolds 531C butted main tubes, stays, and fork
Trek investment cast lugs
Shimano forged dropouts
Belleri of St. Etienne touring handlebars, about 44cm, cotton tape
Cinelli 1A stem, about 60mm
Stronglight A9 Hinault headset
Sugino LP crankset, 170mm, 50-40-28, Shimano UN-something bottom bracket
MKS Sylvan Touring pedals, MKS steel clips, EuroAsia leather straps, Toshi button ends
Shimano Dura Ace 9-speed bar-end shifters
Shimano XT rear derailleur
Simplex SLJ 522 front derailleur
Shimano LX 9-speed 11-32T cassette
Shimano LX/105 9-speed chain
Shimano MC70 XT cantilever brakes, KoolStop pads, Ringle Mojo cable hangers
Cane Creek SCR5 brake levers
Ultegra hubs, Mavic Open Pro 700C rims, 32H, double-butted Wheelsmith spokes
Panaracer Pasela TourGuard Kevlar folding 700Cx28mm tires
Brooks B17 Champion Special saddle
Sakae LaPrade seatpost
SKS P45 Chromoplastic fenders
CatEye HL-EL500 front light
CatEye TLD1000 rear light
Blackburn custom fit rear rack, stock
Blackburn water bottle cages, stock, Kleen Kanteen aluminum water bottle
Ortlieb Front Roller panniers (not shown)
IMG 4919 TREK Navigator 300
My trusty bike which is nearly five years old and so far no punctures due to the triple puncture protected "Hard Case" tyres. Amazing really as I periodically turn the bike over and remove shards of glass and bits of metal from the tread. Great hybrid comfort bike with suspension in the seat and forks. I added toe straps to new pedals for the added pull, giving me more power for longer day rides. Due to my deafness I have a Cat Eye mirror on the handlebar so I know whats behind me and is great on busy roads. The mudguards are a real boon on muddy paths and wet days.Only fault is the fat tyres give greater road resistance so I can't go as far as I did on my old Dawes "Galaxy"
I service it myself removing wheel bearings and have tried a new "Teflon" grease this year which has done well. Max speed out of it so far was 41.9 MPH down a quiet very steep hill, and no high speed shimmy. Scary, however I made sure I had a helmet on.
A cracking bike.
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