Trek is known for incorporating tough frames into their bikes while not sacrificing weight. The Trek 4300 is one of their entry level bikes which is capable of handling off and paved road rides.
Frame: Alpha Black Aluminum w/semi-integrated head tube, formed down tube w/integrated gusset, formed top tube, monostay seatstay, forged dropouts w/rack & fender mounts, replaceable derailleur hanger
Crank: Shimano Altus, 42/32/22
Seatpost: Bontrager SSR, 31.6mm, 20mm offset
Handlebars: Bontrager SSR, 25.4mm, 25mm rise
- Durable yet lightweight
- Sturdy Frame
- Very stylish design
- Good price for its specs
What Else To Know:
- 4300 is Trek’s best selling mountain bike platform.
- Available in Gloss Black and Matte Bronze
- Lifetime limited warranty on the frame.
- Hydraulic disc brakes option
- Uncomfortable seat
- Tires are relatively thin
The Trek 4300 is a good first bike. It’s great for casual rides but is also capable of handling a few bumps and jumps on rough terrain. The only downside of this bike, as pointed out by many buyers as well, is its poorly done bike saddle which can be uncomfortable at times.
But overall, the Trek 4300 is well worth its price and is recommended for beginners to get a feel of multipurpose bikes.
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 where best to buy the Trek 4300.
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