1996 trek y22

1996 Trek Y-22

Register Login. Years Made. Compare Review. Very Good. The bicycle looks new and is in like-new mechanical condition. No service is required on any component, part, or accessory. The bicycle may require minimal service adjustments without the need of replacing any parts. The frame or fork or components or accessories have cosmetic blemishes. The frame if metal may have minor, aesthetic dings. Bicycle is free of major mechanical issues but may require some service, a tune up is recommended. Some parts may require replacing, not to include front or rear shocks, wheels, shifters, front or rear derailleurs, braking systems, crank set or chainrings. Braking surfaces may have minor grooves or discoloration. Suspension and brakes may need to be serviced. The frame if metal has minor, aesthetic dings. The bicycle has some mechanical issues and a tune up is necessary. An overhaul is recommended. Multiple parts need to be replaced. Suspension and brakes need to be serviced. The frame or fork or components or accessories have many cosmetic blemishes. The frame if metal has numerous aesthetic dings. The bicycle has mechanical issues and a tune up is necessary. This bike could also be used for salvage. Bicycle Condition. Private-Party Value. Trade-In Value.

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We carry a complete line of quality bicycle parts for everything from bicycle overhauls to component upgrades. Search Search. Filter By: Availability. In Store At Warehouse On Sale Model Year. Home Bicycling Catalog Bike Parts. Adjust the width of your arm rests to ensure optimum airflow, power transmission, and comfort when doing a TT or bike leg. Yokozuna Derailleur Cable. The Wolf Tooth Cinch rings feature a our patented Drop-Stop design for the best wear life, chain retention and mud clearance. We have both Boost and standard chainrings. Wheels Manufacturing Inc. Kit includes: - 1. Machined aluminum cups thread together for stability, increased bearing life, and simple installation and maintenance. No more creaking. Smooth operation. Fast bearing replacement. Aluminum Headset Spacer. You have to get that handlebar height just right. It's more comfortable, more efficient, and helps keep your entire upper body healthier. Wheels Manufacturing has your well-being covered with a wide variety of sizes to ensure your bars are right where they need to be. Select options from the dropdown menus to display pack size. Ball Bearing Retainer. Grade retainer bearings for headset and bottom bracket service. Derailleur Hanger All Wheels Manufacturing replacement derailleur hangers are produced in their Colorado shop to exacting tolerances. This is not a complete QR conversion kit. It is only a replacement hanger. Check for correct thru axle fit. Steel bearings. Terry Butterfly Cromoly Gel Saddle. Another great value in the Terry line, the Butterfly Cromoly Gel takes comfort up a level with the addition of a thin gel layer along the top of the saddle. For two decades, Terry has been designing and testing saddles with female athletes, distance riders, and recreational cyclists. Introduced inthe Italian-made Butterfly represents the best in all that research and development. Terry Fly Cromoly Gel Saddle. RAAM riders and Randonneurs swear by them. Magazine editors have all hailed them as the most comfortable saddles for men.

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This is a Trek Y built in It is arguably the coolest thing that Trek, a midwestern company with a reputation for generating some fairly dull bikes, has ever made. When Trek introduced the Y bike it created an immediate buzz. Every bike magazine at the newsstand featured a review. In bike shops around the country there was a lot of gawking and countless test rides. They were heavy bikes that bobbed up and down as you pedaled and bikes that reacted fairly unpredictably to bumps in the trail. The Y bike was a step forward for Trek, and it addressed a lot of those issues. No pedal-induced bobbing, predictable behavior and a pretty light bike. The components here represent great ingenuity and some really fun style. Tough, reasonably light, and cool looking. The three requirements for most of the parts here. The brakes are awesome. Consider this: with current hydraulic disc brakes stopping power generally increases with rotor size mm rotor brakes stop better than those using mm this bike has mm diameter brake rotors! What else? Red Control Tech handlebars to match the Ringle seat post and handlebar stem. White Industries made the polished aluminum crankset. Oh, the Dampenator! Currently and in the early days of mountain biking frames were made with slack head tube angles to help you steer and stay upright at high speeds or while riding on rough trails. Steering dampers would have really helped if you could get over the added weight and the funny appearance. Oh, so what about all of those bike magazine reviews and rider testimonials? Verdicts on the Y varied wildly. If you had tricky trails or stood on the pedals a lot, you were left wanting more…. Stable Tec Dampenator. Unified rear triangle. SDG saddle, Ringle post. Magura hydraulic brakes. Spin Thermoplastic wheels. Paul Components derailleurs. Carbon fiber bike frame or…. Home : museum : Museum Bikes to : Trek Y

1996 Trek Y33

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TREK Y33 OCLV (1996) – SOLD

An advertisement from a issue of Boys Life Magazine. This was made one year after Mile-a-minute Murphy rode 60 mph using a Tribune bicycle. A carbide gas lamp is attached ot the stem. Note the front suspension. The 3-speed gears were made by Sturmey Archer, a British company. They stopped exporting 3 speeds in large numbers after WWI began. They began exporting them again in the late s. A close up of the shift mechanism for the 3-speed Sears bike built in A Mead tall-frame Ranger. The tool box tank is open for inspection. This bike was found in a dumpster two years ago. My friend found it, but he didn't sell it to me for cost! Early Bianchi with Cambio Corsa shifter on the rear wheel note the two levers. One releases the rear wheel so that its reposition in the dropout can free up chain slack; the other one moves the chain to a different cog on the rear sprocket. Front view of the Monark Super Deluxe highlighting the Harley-like front suspension and the plane on the front fender. An early s Schwinn Apple Krate -- one of the muscle bikes of the era. One of the last steel professional racing bikes -- note the artwork on the front fork. It's a dual suspension mountain bike. Close up of the rear suspension on a Trek Fuela dual suspension mountain bicycle. The frame is aluminum and carbon fiber. The battery tube is wired to a generator in the rear hub -- the battery charges when the wheel turns, just like the one in an automobile.

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