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The cute little front fork bags slip out of the bottom of the holder when in use. When I contacted Trek, they indicated that they are looking at a fix. I'm gluing some canoe D rings on close to the bottom as a fix as the bags themselves are quite nice. Gearing is good for hills. The bottom bracket doesn't transmit as much power as I get on my Cervello RS though - but this is a mid range aluminum tourer after all. The compact front chain ring with an 11-32 is pretty good for grades up to 10 or 12%. I'm thinking of retrofitting an SRAM 11-36 casette onto the back for touring hilly country with a load though. I got my bike after Trek had replaced the old wheels that were prone to spoke breakage. No problems so far. The factory taping on the bars is excellent. I don't need to wear gloves.
Very versatile and agile, handles like a road bike but has the ability to carry all you need for work or a weekend trip. Added the Trek fenders making it perfect in all weather. Love this bike