2020 Trek FX 3 Disc. Very lightly used (less than 500 miles). I bought this to commute at the beginning of lockdown, ended up buying a road bike and don’t commute anymore. Comfortable handlebars and riding position, good weight for this size bike, carbon fork, and a nice wide range of gears (46/11 to 30/36) for climbing hills or pulling a trailer. It comes with full front and rear mudguards, kickstand, and a Bontrager Sport saddle. Original sale price: $800 (plus $50 for mudguards and kickstand) Size: XL (best for someone 6’0”-6’2”) Frame: Aluminum Fork: Carbon Shifters and Derailleurs: Shimano Acera Crank: 46/30, 175mm crank length Cassette: 11-36, 9 speed Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Tires: Bontrager H2 Hard-Case Lite, 700x32c Full details on the geometry and build: https://99spokes.com/bikes/trek/2020/fx-3-disc
Front Derailleur: Shimano
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera
Shifters: Shimano Acera
Brakes: Hydraulic disc
Front Tire: 700x32c
Rear Tire: 700x32c
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