The Trek 7200 Bike [Review]
Reviewed by Pedallers
Last Updated on October 17, 2020
The Trek 7200 Bike 2010 (Review)
The Trek 7200 is the perfect hybrid bike. It combines performance with comfort, making commutes more fun and less stressful. Riders can enjoy a smooth cruise with the trek’s alpha white series aluminum frame. Propelled by a robust Bontrager H2 plus tires exquisitely designed to smooth over any terrain, riders would not feel the slightest tinge of discomfort. Trek 7200 also features an impressive suspension, comfortable saddles, and adjustable stem that will keep riders enthralled all the way.
Trek Alpha white series aluminum frame
The Trek 7200 features an alpha white aluminum frame. Light, nimble, and exquisitely designed, the alpha aluminum frame serves two purposes. First, it provides the trek with an impressive build that can take in abuses on the trail without groaning. Secondly, its design conveniently merges aesthetics with aerodynamics, helping the trek alpha 7200 eat up trails. Riders who seek something stiff, sturdy, compliant, and can smooth over any terrain should look no further, as this bike is built to satisfy their demands.
Trek 7200 runs on the Bontrager H2 plus puncture-resistant tires. Performing excellently on all terrains, these fast-rolling tires have carved a niche for itself in the area of practical tread designs for seamless performance in any terrain. It also features a hard case to protect lite that strongly prevents slacks or tears from its confrontation with stone or glass. Furthermore, its impressive traction and ability to enter into corners imbues in the rider a sense of confidence at all times.
When it comes to braking power, Trek 7200 has got its riders covered. This is because it comes equipped with the tektro linear brakes. Unique in its own respect, the tektro linear-pull brakes incorporate a linear-pull brake mechanism that brings in a sufficient clamp force at all times—assuring riders control every time they wish to exert it. Irrespective of conditions or terrains, the trek 7200 is reliable as it is compliant.
Frame: Alpha white aluminum series
pedals: Dual-density platform
Brakes: tektro linear brakes
Chains: matrix- 750
Front hub: aluminum
Rear hub: Shimano RM-30
Tires: Bontrager H2 with puncture-resistant belt
Front derailleur: Shimano M-191
Rear derailleur: Shimano Alivio
Cassette: SRAM PG-830
Cranks: Shimano M-191
Saddle: Bontrager Boulevard
Seat post: Alloy, adjustable suspension
Handlebar: steel, Bontrager approved
Shift levers: SRAM MRX- comp
- It features a stiff aluminum frame suitable for all terrains
- Its H2 puncture resistance tires are the best in the game
- It’s designed with a lightweight feel for easy controls
- As a hybrid bike, it accommodates riders’ preference in terms of functions and efficiency
- As often complained about in most bikes, pricing does not seem convenient at all times.
- Choosy riders may prefer the Shimano brakeset over its linear brakes.
Why is it dubbed the hybrid bike?
Its hybrid nature comes as a result of its blend of functions. Trek 7200 is a bike that can freely perform in any niche of bike riding. Hence its classification as a hybrid bike.
How reliable is its brake set?
The tektro linear brakes function with a simple mechanism. It embraces a unique linear-pull that always brings in a good clamping power every time. This helps riders remain in control of all situations.
Trek 7200 is the perfect hybrid. Always ready to prove itself on any terrain, this versatile machine is equipped with impressive features. Its aluminum frame provides a stiff background at all times without letting go of its lightweight appeal. Furthermore, its riders enjoy specifications like its reliable linear brakes, fast-rolling Bontrager H2 tires known for their traction on any terrain. Trek 7200 is not a bike that likes to be restricted, its meant for riders who value versatility at all times.