CARBON110 said:If its not your taste fine but don't bash something you know NOTHING about. I advise you to not open your mouth in social circles if you don't have the information. Besides if he is having trouble with his fork, it is more likely the bearings in his headset and is easily solvable by a competant mechanic. Aluminum steerer tubes are no better or worse then carbon steer tubes. Think before you post please. Trek are not over priced by any means. In fact, popular belief states you get the most performance in the 1900-2500 dollar range for a high end pure carbon bike from a Trek. Not liking them is NOT thumbing your nose at conformity either, so save it!
The 110 is more stiff and light. The name 120 vs 110 is in reference to the actual amount of carbon in the layering process. I have owned both and do own both currently. I ride 6+ hours on the 110 and it is more then adequate for comfort. The forks on both models are different. I prefer the 110. Everything from ride comfort to quality can be changed by your wheels and seat so bear that in mind. I'd get the frame you like the looks of more and or can afford
kenyonCycleist said:i know that for some reason trek installs the lower headset cup themselves and u have to send it bak to them for fixin which is silly. an we've actually several 'competant' mechs look at it jerkoff. an basically its a production issue, so %$#%$ off pisshead
Everytime a question like this is asked, some marketing guru has to wear the biggest grin ever.martym said:What are differences in ride and handling between the (2004) OCLV 110 and 120?