The Trek 3500 is an affordable bike yet stands up to Trek’s reputation of having good quality and craftsmanship in their products.
Frame: Alpha White Aluminum w/externally relieved head tube, bi-axial down tube, disc compatible dropouts
Crank: Shimano 131, 48/38/28
Seat post: Bontrager SSR, 31.6mm, 20mm offset
Handlebars: Bontrager Approved Riser, 25.4mm, 30mm rise
- Good front suspension
- Very good value for its price
What Else To Know:
- Available in Onyx and Matte Candy Orange
- Lifetime limited warranty on the frame
- Trek offers a Red Shield product Protection Plan for additional warranties.
- Poor tires
With entry level bikes, the factor that probably matters most is the price/quality relationship, and the Trek 3500 is a deal to go for. Not exactly meant for serious riding, this beginner bike is good for casual and urban rides.
Missionaries in urban areas will find good value with the Trek 3500.
Where to Buy at a Discount?
Trek currently doesn’t offer direct sale from their website. But you can check out their dealer locator page to find out the best Trek 3500 deals in your area.
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