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#1
Here are some pictures of my rides, a 1997 Trek Y5 and a 1997 Trek Y22. The pictures of them are "before" pictures. I have owned the Y5 for about a year, and have upgraded it, since I photographed it, with used Deore XT BR-M739 brakes & tri-compound pads, new Kenda Pathfinder tires & tubes, SRAM Attack trigger shifters, WTB Shadow V saddle, Wellgo WPD-M17C clipless/platform pedals, Kalin adjustable stem, and Ergon GC3-L grips. When I bought it the original tires still had the mold nubs on them! I love riding it. I know the Y-Frame is obsolete and alot of people like to dis them, but I am constantly meeting people who comment or question me on it. So when I came across the Y22 at a great price, I could not pass it up. The Y22 is my winter project this year, and I hope to have it ready by the St. Patrick's ride in Wauconda in March.

Ride on, keep on riding
Riding on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on
Ride on, gonna have myself a good time - AC/DC

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#2
Hello and welcome to BT if I did not say it. I have no bad things to say because I never seen or rode one Smile . If it runs good for you and fits you great then awesome. It is a pretty nice looking bike.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Thanks Bill,
I can't wait to get the Y22 ready to ride, since its my first CF frame. I hope it is as nice as my Y5.

Ride on, keep on riding
Riding on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on
Ride on, gonna have myself a good time - AC/DC

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#4
Your welcome. Is the first two pics of your Y5?
Lol, I think I need more coffee I re-read your first post and just answered my own question lol.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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