2009 Trek 7.3 WSD fast hybrid Large (19")


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Having bought a men's bike, I am now finding my women's Trek hybrid rather small. It's a fantastic bike, quick and really light, just doesn't fit me as well as I'd like!

It's a large size (19") in a matt nickel finish. Other specs as follows (borrowed from a website ;) )

Frame FX Alpha Black Aluminum
* Fork Fork FX Alloy w/tapered wall thickness, straight blades, Clix dropouts
* Wheels Alloy front hub, Shimano RM30 rear hub; Bontrager Nebula, 32-hole rims
* Tyres Bontrager Race Lite Hardcase, 700x32c; 60tpi
* Shifter Shimano EF60 trigger, 8 speed
* Front Derailleur Shimano C102
* Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore Crank
* Crank Shimano M361 48/38/28 w/chainguard
* Cassette Shimano HG40 11-32, 8 speed
* Pedals Nylon body w/alloy cage
* Saddle Bontrager Nebula FIT
* Seatpost Bontrager SSR, 25mm rise, 6 degree sweep
* Handlebars Stem Bontrager SSR, 10 degree
* Stem
* Headset Aheadset Slimstak w/semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
* Brakeset Avid SD-3 w/Shimano EF60 levers
* Extras Bontrager Satellite Plus grips

Picture etc here http://www.thebikelist.co.uk/trek/7.3-fx-wsd-2009

Everything works perfectly, doubt I have even done 1000 miles on it. Bought from Pearsons about this time last year for £450. Had a basic service recently

Never intentionally ridden in the rain (but we all get caught out by the weather from time to time :wacko: )

A few marks on the frame, mainly because the matt finish does mark.

I had a Cateye Velo wired computer fitted on Saturday which will come with the bike

Looking for around £300. Based in Sutton, Surrey, but could deliver to Central London for the cost of a grande skinny latte :sad:

Thanks for looking.



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Having just been banned from cycling for 3 months to allow a knee injury to settle, I don't need two bikes! I will listen to sensible offers for this, otherwise to eBay it goes! :smile:
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