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Trek 5200 (2000)

New build using a used frame, fork and some parts from my destroyed Trek 1500 SL.

Trek 5200 OCLV 120 (2000), 56cm, This is the first carbon frame to win a Tour-de-France in 1999 and the same as the top-of-the-line 5500 frame that won the Tour de France again in 2000. This is one of the last Handmade-in-the-USA, overbuilt carbon frames, before Trek moved production to slave laborers in communist china (along with all other bicycle manufacturers), and their quality control went down the drain. Frame weight = 1100 g = 2.44 lbs.

Fork: 1" ICON OCLV Carbon Air Rail with steel steerer / Aluminum Crown and Dropouts / carbon legs. Headset: Cane Creek C2.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Crankset: Ultegra FC-6600 175mm Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB4600 BC1.37 x 24 Road KC Hollowtech II.

Xerama Campy Centaur / Campy Super Record Clones,

Chainrings: Alloy / Steel 130mm BCD 54t (unbranded aero) + 39t Shimano Ultegra. Cassette: Shimano CS-6700 Ultegra 10 speed 12-30. 12-13-14-15-17-19-21-[24-27-30] Chain: Shimano CN-5701 105 10-Speed Chain.

Shimano RD-4600 Tiagra 10 Speed. Shimano FD-4600 Tiagra, braze on. Shimano Tiagra ST-4600 2x10 Speed speed Shifters / Brake Levers

Handlebars: "Benotto" Aero 42mm alloy handlebars. Stem: Bontrager Race X Lite - RXL (130g version) 7050-T6 aluminum 7 degree x 100mm x 31.8mm. Two Shim 1" to 1.125" fork Adapters. Two 10mm carbon fiber spacers.

Saddle: Bontrager Aeolus Comp 145mm Seatpost: Trek Icon Graphite Series 27.2mm x 250mm,

Shimano BR-6800 Ultegra

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Alexrims R400 700C, 32 spokes, 3-cross. Hub: Shimano HB-5700. Tire: Maxxis Dolomites 700c x 25mm, @85 psi

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Alexrims R400 700C, 32 spokes, 3-cross. Hub: Shimano FH-RS400. Tire: Maxxis Dolomites 700c x 25mm, @85 psi

GW USB Seatpost red light.

More Info:
Weight = ~9kg = 19.8 lbs

Bike History

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

  1. v 1.0
  2. v 1.1
  3. v 1.2
  4. v 1.3
  5. V 1.4

Added by TWB-Third-World-Biker. Last updated about 2 years ago.



ankcupu says:

Awesome bike, I really like your setup.

Posted over 3 years ago


TWB-Third-World-Biker says:

Thank you!

Posted over 3 years ago