January 15, 2022
The Trek 7000 is an affordable, versatile, aluminum frame bike. You can use it for commuting, exercising, trailing riding, or any type of cycling you choose.
The bike is lightweight, so you can easily carry it upstairs if you need to.
The paint job looks good.
The Trek 7000 has a suspension seatpost, which dulls the bumps on the road.
The saddle is uncomfortable. You can sort this problem by getting a better seat.
The Trek 7000 is sold with limited color options.
The Trek 7000 is a hybrid bike. A hybrid bike has the features of a road and mountain bike. These features make it possible for you to use the bike both on and off-road. But if you decide to use the Trek 7000 off-road stick to non-technical gravel roads and dirt paths. If you try technical terrain, you'll have difficulty controlling the bike.
Trek has been manufacturing this bicycle since 1993 and has been releasing a newer version of the bike almost every year since. All the Trek 7000 bikes have an aluminum frame. The last version of the bike released has an Alpha Silver aluminum frame, high-tensile steel fork, Tektro linear-pull brakes, Shimano drivetrain, Alloy adjustable suspension seatpost, and a Bontrager Boulevard saddle.
The bike is available in sizes 15", 17.5", 20", and 22.5".
If you're shopping for a Trek bike, check out our other Trek bike reviews.
The Trek 7000 is a great entry-level bike that you use for road and trail riding. The fact that it is also affordable, durable, and smooth is more reason why you should consider buying this as your first bike.
Alpha Silver Aluminum
High-tensile steel w/curved blades
SRAM MRX, 7-speed twist
Shimano TZ31 14-34, 7 speed
Tektro linear-pull brakes w/Tektro alloy levers
Alloy hubs; Bontrager 550 36-hole alloy rims
Bontrager H4, 700x35c
Bontrager Approved, steel, 50mm rise
Alloy, adjustable rise
Alloy, adjustable suspension
Threaded, semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
Forged alloy, 48/38/28 w/chainguard