Trek's 2.1 WSD boasts a lightweight Alpha Black aluminum frame with a road-carving carbon fork. The hill-conquering Shimano drivetrain and Bontrager's SSR wheelset will have you rolling farther and faster than you thought possible. Plus, it sports a fine selection of Bontrager women's-specific components, too, including a comfy saddle, narrower handlebars and a carbon seatpost.
Hi All, although I've done some mountain biking, I'm new to road biking and don't know that I'll be able to tell much on try-out rides. LBS with best reputation stocks mostly Trek - they have a 2010 2.1 in stock which looks like what I'd be interested in. I didn't have time to go through fitting, ... Read More »
I'm brand new here (both to RBR and cycling), and am looking to get a new bike. I recently got into triathlons and realized that my old commuter mountain bike just wasn't going to do it for me anymore. So I'm hoping to get a decently priced road bike to go on rides out of town and use in ... Read More »
New to cycling and thinking about purchasing 2010 Trek 2.1 WSD. Anybody have any experience with this bike? Also my dealer is only showing it available in 1 color scheme. I know probably not important in the grand scheme of things, but wondering if anybody knows if it is offered in another color? ... Read More »
I did my first sprint tri last fall on a mountain bike with slicks. Finally, I am looking to upgrade. I've test ridden a few bikes at the LBS. I liked the fit of the Giant OCR1w and the Trek 2.1 Pilot. Specialized Dolce Elite was a little cramped. I was getting ready to buy a ne ... Read More »