2008 Gary Fisher Ferrous 29
2013 Specialized Epic Comp 29
My Two Girls This was one of the last and (in my opinion) greatest bikes Gary Fisher put his name on, and it’s my personal bike. It was very understated, maybe because it didn’t boast the G2 geometry, or maybe because of the lacking Avid BB7 brakes. Whatever the reason, it didn’t receive a lot […]
1997 Porsche FS
Weight: not yet
Pros: Brain, Brakes
Cons: X7 front deraileur
2012 Trek Madone 6.5 Review
A real blast from the past, and a reminder of how far we’ve come. I had to take advantage of this when I saw it. I’m really not sure if it’s worth a fortune, or if it’s worth nothing. On one hand, it’s super rare. This is the only one I’ve ever seen in person. On the other hand, it’s really useless as a bike. The fork barely operates, and the disc brakes make me beg for linear pulls.
2012 Trek Remedy 9.8 Review
Trek Madone 6.5 Review MSRP: $6619.99 Weight: Not Weighed Pros: Braking Cons: Geometry Summary: I would have a really hard time distinguishing this bike from any other carbon performance road bike from others like it. It was stiff, it was super responsive. But then again, what should you expect for over $6000? What it all […]
2012 Trek Rumblefish Pro Review
Sucky climb, climbing, climbing, climbing, still climbing, bomb hill, repeat.
2012 Trek Fuel EX 9 Review
Trek Rumblefish Pro Review MSRP: $4299.99 Weight: Not Weighed Pros: Smooth Ride Cons: Climbing Summary This bike totally surprised me, which doesn’t happen often. Most of the time, I can tell you purely based on geometry and specs of the bike, whether or not I will like it. I completely expected to not like this […]
Trek Fuel EX 9 Review MSRP: $4199.99 Weight: Not Weighed Pros: Consistant, Great Handling Cons: 26″ (for me anyway) Summary What can you really say about the Fuel series? It’s been a staple at Trek for about as long as I can remember. It’s been through a lot of changes. From a full-suspension race thoroughbred […]