Question about Trek 7.6 FX WSD
"Track"??? Do you mean "trail", as in REAL off-road rocks-n-roots singletrack?
Ah, the 'compromise' bike dilemma. This is NOT a mountain bike frame nor are the wheels designed for hard hits. But you could try to make it work for light-duty trails.
1. They make all kinds of rubber for 29ers which use the same rim size. Search for 29er tires.
The frame and fork may limit how large a tire will have clearance. Being totally stiff (unsuspended) the off-road ride would be rough by today's MTB standards. Think: loose fillings and blurred vision, plus a lot of standing to survive the ride. That takes energy. But then there are those who have intentionally bought 'niners without suspension for some reason.
A REAL mountain bike would be a better choice, just as a REAL road bike might be for that activity if sustained speed is ever a going to be a goal.
2. Avid's make good brakes AND levers. Which end is the problem, I wonder. Pads also play a major part in stopping power.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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