Trek 7.2 FX WSD - Women's

2015/2016
 
5.0 stars
 (9 Reviews)
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Description

Have fun and get in shape on Trek's sporty 7.2 FX WSD. This sleek, versatile bike features a great-fitting women's-specific aluminum frame with easy-rolling, road bike-sized 700c wheels, a combination that makes every ride seemingly effortless. It sports a hill-flattening 24-speed drivetrain and confidence-inspiring linear-pull brakes. And, you'll love the reliable Bontrager parts and the puncture-resistant tires that keep you pedaling worry free.

Features & Info

Trek's WSD bicycles

Trek's WSD bikes feature women's-specific frames and components for a wonderful, custom fit and amazing ride. For example, the frames sport short top tubes, tall head tubes, steeper seat-tube angles and decreased head angles. These details ensure top-notch handling, comfort and pedaling efficiency. Complementing the great ride are proportional crankarms, anatomic saddles, narrow handlebars, short-reach controls and small-diameter grips. Take a test ride and experience the WSD difference!

Trek's FX bicycles

Roadies, commuters, fitness freaks, errand runners, Sunday riders—everyone loves Trek's FX bicycles. Here are just a few reasons why (click images to enlarge).
Click to enlarge!The hydroformed-aluminum frame has sophisticated tube shapes that make a frame that's light and strong for a quick and efficient ride. Click to enlarge!Riding your FX to work? Running errands by bike? The FX has built-in mounts that make it easy to add racks and fenders for maximum versatility.

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(9 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight  (7)
  • Durable  (5)
  • Versatile  (5)
  • Comfortable  (2)
  • Stylish 
  • Great balance 

Cons

  • Off-road handling 
  • Color 
  • none 
  • Not as smooth as a 74 

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City  (4)
  • Road Biking  (3)
  • Pavement  (2)
  • Everyday 
  • Fitness 
  • Swap trails 

 
5.0
Jun 08, 2016

Trek 7.2 FX WDS Womens Seeglass Crystal White

Pros:
Comfortable, Durable, Lightweight, Stylish
Cons:
Best Uses:
I was going back and forth between the Giant Liv Alight and the Trek 7.2 WDS both women's bikes. I had tried out the Liv Alight first but when I rode the Trek 7.2 I instantly fell in love and made up my mind to purchase it. Loved the feel of the ride how it took the turns and the weight and I know I will have this bike for may years to come. Overall a great bike, free lifetime adjustments and I purchased a super warranty at a great price, can't beat this place!!!!
by 4Fus1on from Rochester, NY

 
5.0
Dec 09, 2015

Trek 7.2 WSD excellent choice

Pros:
Versatile, Comfortable
Cons:
Best Uses:
A great bike - i'm 5 foot 1 and the 13 inch frame is perfect for me. i've had the 2013 model for over a year and use it to commute to work and on the weekends. I had the brake pads replaced. It's comfortable and nimble. I tried it off-road on gravel and a narrow dirt trail, that wasn't easy. Anyway, I highly recommend it.
by DLi from Falls Church, VA

 
5.0
Aug 05, 2015

Awesome Bike

Pros:
Cons:
Best Uses:
I just got my bike yesterday.I haven't ridden in several years due to severe medical issues. Now I'm ready to get back on my bike and do some serious riding.This bike is awesome, it rides great,it's comfortable and just a great bike to ride.I can't wait to rediscover how much fun I can have riding again...LOVE LOVE LOVE this bike
by pkukid from Kernersville, NC

 
5.0
Mar 28, 2014

Great bike for a reasonable price

Pros:
Great Components, Lightweight, Smooth shifting, Great balance
Cons:
none
Best Uses:
Pavement
Looked at quite a few other bikes but this seemed to be a great value for me. To be honest, I don't need a $4000 bike to impress someone else and I'm not racing so this was perfect. I ride alone and with the puncture resistent tires it should be good to keep me from having to fix a flat. My only disappointment so far is the weather has prevented me from riding - rain or snow! Seat is comfortable too!
by old guy from Frederick Md

 
5.0
Oct 11, 2012

Loving This Bike

Pros:
Lightweight, Durable, Versatile
Cons:
Best Uses:
Road Biking, Commuting/City, Cycle Camping
After 20 years of not riding, I decided on this bike and haven't regretted it. I ride on the dikes in Pitt Meadows and Port Coquitlam, on the road (some parts are questionable) and greenways into Vancouver, to Tsawwassen, Fort Langley (basically everywhere in the lower mainland) from home in Maple Ridge. I have used this bike cycle camping to Cloverdale, Tsawwassen, Salt Spring Island and the Pender Islands and really enjoy it. I have paired it with a Burley Travoy trailer and am now car-free. This is my bike for everything - camping, touring, exercise, shopping or just because I want to get out and enjoy the weather. I have ridden it many many times in the rain and even in the snow and on some mountain bike type trails, but it's not really meant for that. I love that it's for women and that I can sit upright if I choose or slightly forward. I bought the bike at my LBS and have to say that I am not disappointed. My bike is one year old tomorrow and has just over 2,500 kms on it and still looks brand new. The blue colour rocks!!
by Grandma Cyclist from Maple Ridge, BC, Canada

 
4.0
Aug 21, 2012

Old Blue

Pros:
Durable, Versatile, Great on road off road, Lightweight
Cons:
Not as smooth as a 74
Best Uses:
Swap trails, Road Biking, Commuting/City
Bought this slightly used in prestine condition. From the first block I rode I had to have it. I am a chick and influenced by my dad who had the 7.4 FX- talk about SMOOTH! I wish I could have bought his after his accident. It's definantly worth the money both models. The 7.2 Is perfect for me and my size. I want another one and don't even need it. It's just so much fun and addictive so get you one! BTW-I lost 20lbs in 4 months riding 5-7/x a week. Never felt better. 1 year later I'm down 35lbs.
by SupaStace from Greenville, SC

 
4.0
Aug 15, 2012

Very fun bike!

Pros:
Lightweight, Durable, Fun To Ride, Versatile, Functional
Cons:
Off-road handling, Color
Best Uses:
Commuting/City, Trail riding, Everyday, Fitness
This bike is my go-to for commuting, errands, and general recreation (about 8-10 miles on the hike-and-bike trail on my lunch hour daily, more for weekends and social rides).I bought this four and a half months ago and have ridden it every single day, minus one out-of-town trip where I couldn't bring it along, ever since. I got two free tune-ups to use within one year after purchase and have used one so far, though it wasn't really needed yet.It isn't as light as my road bike, but it's an intensely practical vehicle for commuting and errands. Climbing is no problem, and the ride is very comfortable. It isn't designed for rocky trails, but it will function on them - just not comfortably.I recommend giving the saddle some time. When I bought the bike, I thought the first upgrade would be a new saddle - I hated it. After a week, I'd changed my mind, and eventually shopped to find a similar one for my road bike. Obviously the saddle is a very personal choice for anyone - but the Bontrager saddle that comes standard, though not soft or cushy, turns out to be really well moulded for my own personal butt and girly bits, and may be for yours as well once you get used to it!There was a little fishtailing on the crushed gravel trail with the stock tires, though they're great on pavement. I changed them out for knobbier ones and it does better. I had one flat with the original tires.To be honest, I really don't like the powder blue at ALL. I wish the bike shop where I bought it had the dark berry color - I would have liked that a lot better. However, that's the only thing I don't like about this bike, and I do get lots of compliments from others on its looks. Maybe I'll spring for a paint job one day. This is [...], okay? I was shallow and weird BEFORE it was cool.Nice, pretty, fun, good quality and workmanship, very enjoyable and very practical bike!
by Beth from Austin, TX

 
5.0
Apr 05, 2012

Great Hybrid Option

Pros:
Versatile, Lightweight
Cons:
Best Uses:
Triathlon, Commuting/City, Road Biking
When my old Schwinn Mesa Runner was stolen I needed a new bike. Found this in a beautiful Robin's Egg Blue at [...] in [...]! I needed something I could use to commute, race and just ride for fun and I could only afford one bike. This bike fits my needs perfectly. I haven't done a triathlon on it yet, but I know its faster than my beloved Schwinn.
by chillichick from Austin, TX

 
4.0
May 28, 2011

Great first Tri bike! Love the raisin!

Pros:
Durable, Lightweight
Cons:
Best Uses:
Pavement
I am training on this bike for my first Triathalon. For a Hybrid it's the closest thing you'll get to a road bike for the price! It's fast and lightweight and I feel it's perfect for your first Tri. I can go 15 miles easily and comfortably.
by kyliejo from Huntsville AL

Specifications

Frame
Trek Alpha Silver aluminum
Fork
High-tensile steel
Rims/Wheels
Bontrager AT-750
Hubs
Formula aluminum
Tires
Bontrager H2 Hardcase Lite, 700 x 35c
Crankset
Shimano
Chainrings
48/38/28
Front Derailleur
Shimano
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Acera
Rear Cogs
Shimano, 8-speed: 11-32
Shifters
Shimano Altus EF51
Handlebars
Bontrager Low riser
Tape/Grips
Bontrager Satellite
Stem
Bontrager SSR
Brake Levers
Shimano Altus
Brakes
Tektro linear-pull
Pedals
Nylon platform
Saddle
Bontrager SSR WSD
Seatpost
Bontrager SSR