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1991 Trek Antelope 830

I wanted a project bike so I bought this for next to nothing and will be chronicling the rebuild into something functional for my fiance and myself to cruise around for fun. I still haven't decided what the final product is going to be, I have a lot of options. It was all stock except the WTB tires and the Profile bar extensions, which I think are awesome, haha.

Frame:
Trek Tange ATB Double Butted Cro-Moly, 20" frame

Fork/Headset:
Trek Cruise Control Unicrown Cro-Moly

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Exage 300 LX triple

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano Exage 300 LX 7 speed

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano Exage 300 LX 7speed

Handlebars/Stem:
Stock steel / Cro-Mo

Saddle/Seatpost:
The heaviest and most comfortable stock gel seat ever

Brakes:
Shimano Exage 300 LX Cantilevers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya VP-20 rims / Shimano hubs / WTB all-terrain 1.95 tires

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya VP-20 rims / Shimano hubs / WTB all-terrain 1.95 tires

Accessories:
Profile bar extensions

Added by Benrj9. Last updated 8 months ago.

5 Comments

crobertrose

crobertrose says:

I've owned one of these since it was new. Last summer the headset threads stripped. Any suggestion as to where I could get a replacement headset & fork? Want to keep the bike stock as much as possible.

Posted 9 days ago

Leatherfeathers

Leatherfeathers says:

That's crazy how close the color on those bars is to the frame. Nice work

Posted 8 months ago

bacoes

bacoes says:

Those bars are great. I remember buying a set for $1.99 at nashbar 15yrs ago.

Posted 8 months ago

sublorange

sublorange says:

those extensions are kooky as fuck and I am in love with them

Posted 8 months ago

Benrj9

Benrj9 says:

My thoughts exactly! I originally wanted to throw the salsa cowchipper bars I have on there and drop bar convert it but they're so amazingly ugly that I might put on the fsa sl-k carbon mountain riser bars I have, re-attach those and use new mountain components.

Posted 8 months ago