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1991 Trek Antelope 830

I got this for next to nothing and in very good condition and decided to turn it into a flat bar gravel/commuter bike.

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

Trek Cruise Control Unicrown Cro-Moly

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Exage 300 LX / Shimano square taper

GT PC BMX flats

1x10, 38T single front / Decas chainring / 11-46 Deore 4100 Cassette / Shimano HG54 chain

Deore 5120 rear derailleur / Shimano Deore 4100 shifter

Surly Sunrise bar / GT NBS front load Stem

Liv Connect

Box Three V-Brakes / Avid FR-5 levers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
26" Sun Rims Rhyno Lite / Shimano Acera HB T-3000 hub/ Simworks Homage 26x1.95

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
26" Sun Rims Rhyno Lite / Shimano Acera HB T-3000 hub/ Simworks Homage 26x1.95

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Flat bar gravel conversion - 700c
  3. 26 Flat bar

Added by Benrj9. Last updated about 2 years ago.



otromateo says:

Yo! Rad bike! I’ve bought the same frame and I’m currently rebuilding it. By any chance do you happen to know the seat post diameter? I’m unable to measure it and couldn’t find its size on the web.

Posted over 1 year ago


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 about 5 years ago


Leatherfeathers says:

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

Posted over 5 years ago


bacoes says:

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

Posted almost 6 years ago


sublorange says:

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

Posted almost 6 years ago


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 almost 6 years ago