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2010 Supercycle Trill DS 70thYear model

A rebuilt this bike I found in 2010 at the apartment we lived in Stratford, ON.

Frame:
A alumium main framed dual suspension frame design. The rear drive train section is steel.

Fork/Headset:
A worn out front suspension fork.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
The older style threaded bearing cup design.

Pedals:
Basic plastic platform design.

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
A 48/ 38/ 28 front chainring with a 28/ 14 7 speed rear gear cluster. 21 speed.

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Grip shift shifters and a rear Falcon deraileur from a donor bike. Falcon front deraileur.

Handlebars/Stem:
A threadless type stem.

Saddle/Seatpost:
A replacement seat post was put on replace the original one. The factory seat post was too short by a bit.

Brakes:
V brakes.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
26" by 1.95" tires on alloy rims.

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
26" by 1.95" tires on alloy rims.

More Info:
Just a cheap bike but it was something I was looking buying new when it was first out. It as nice to bring it back to life again. I readjusted the handle bar forward slightly to fit me a bit better. The ends of the handle bar have been trimmed by 3/4 of an inch on each side to narrow the width a bit. on May 1, 2012.

Added by stevbike. Last updated almost 8 years ago.

2 Comments

sloman

sloman says:

Kinda neat how it found you. Spooky,ain't it. My son in law gave me his Next FS "MTB" that I'm trying to hate but it is fun to trash around on it. Cheap bikes can be fun.Enjoy

Posted almost 8 years ago

stevbike

stevbike says:

It is nice to see an old bike like this come back to life. They are not the greatest but they are fun mess around with and ride. As long as you can self maintain a bike, cheap is a way to go when looking at bikes. The from fork was stiff but a I put some liquid wrench down to tubes to free them up. It does not work great but it least it works a bit now.

Posted almost 8 years ago