I will be completely honest though in saying that it’s also a little bittersweet. My 2.5 was my first baby, and we’ve done a lot of bonding over the past 4 years. Hours were spent riding it, and then there was all the love and care that went into it, cleaning it, greasing the chain, changing tires, wheels, etc. It has sat in our living room, our kitchen, our garage, rode all over the Midwest to different races. And while it is considered an “entry-level” bike, I have had more than “entry-level” performances on it. Because no matter the machine you ride, it is the machine that does the riding that makes the biggest difference.
|For Sale: 2011 Trek Speed Concept 2.5 WSD|