Trek 4300 Reviews

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Trek 4300

Avg Rating: (3.67 out of 5) 3 gear reviews
MSRP: $389.99
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Description
Frame - Alpha SL Aluminum

Front Suspension - RST Gila T7 w/preload, 80mm

Wheels - Alloy front, Shimano RM60 rear hub; Bontrager Camino rims

Crank - SR XCC-T102 42/34/24

Rear Derailleur - Shimano Alivio
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mtnspectre on April 20, 2013
3 out of 3 readers found this useful
 
Model/Year: 4300/1999?

Pros: Long lasting frame!
Cheap

Cons: Components but you get what you pay for.

Recommendation: For beginners this is a good bike. I bought it several years ago as a hardtail addition to my fleet to ride with my wife. Eventually I upgrades components and repainted the frame. It is my hardtail go to bike. It's even lasted longer than my wife.

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trekstar67 on November 15, 2012
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Model/Year: 2005 trek 4300

Pros: great shifting gears! Super rigid bike!

Recommendation: This is my first mountain bike for trails, and i ride in chattanooga with pro riders with 3 thousand dollar bikes and all their fancy gear and i still stay with them- i have ran this hard tail hard! and it has only kept on riding! def reccomend this bike for anyone that wants to start Offroad biking with a bang!

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jtorlando25 on December 11, 2012
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Model/Year: 2009 4300

Pros: -Super affordable
-Great starter bike

Cons: -The cheaper components didn't withstand regular, hard riding (several days a week)

Recommendation: I recommend this bike for anyone starting out in the sport who are unsure of whether or not they want to continue it. This bike will get you out on the trail, but if you like it enough to ride it several times a week, the components will not withstand the abuse.

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Trek 4300 3.67 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 3 user reviews.