|Trek's Navigator 2.0|
American bicycle companies are setting up their concept stores here in Kuala Lumpur and their popularity is growing.
The closest ever I got to owning a Trek bicycle was 17 years ago.
I nearly pulled the trigger on an entry-level full-suspension mountain bike.
But that dream came crashing down as I lacked the funds to secure one.
Recently, I went to check out Trek's concept store in Solaris Mont Kiara with Zak, my old friend.
There is a full-range of bikes at the store covering all aspects of bicycling.
One fo the bikes that caught my attention was the Trek Navigator 2.0.
Its a town bike with a hard tail.
Comes with front fork suspension and a spring seatpost.
What impressed me was the range of gear on this bike - 24 speed.
I love the overall built, fit and finish and since its not an expensive bike, its going head-on with the specialized Sirius which is going for RM1.7K (base model).
The Trek offers much more at a slightly lower price and has a full-range of accessories to support it.
From the first impression, there's a lot to 'like' about the Navigator.
The winning factor here: is the feature and price.