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    Nice cant wait to get mine although looks like im in the same boat with most on here waiting on a firm delivery date from trek

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    Quote Originally Posted by frequent crasher View Post
    Arrived this morning, rebuilt with Xtr and Frm super race wheels, now weighs 10.1kg, build finished at 4pm race proven at 6pm. sweet.
    Nice... did you weight it before the upgrades?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frequent crasher View Post
    Arrived this morning, rebuilt with Xtr and Frm super race wheels, now weighs 10.1kg, build finished at 4pm race proven at 6pm. sweet.Attachment 744593
    The internal cabling routing makes the bike like so svelte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silves1171 View Post
    Nice... did you weight it before the upgrades?
    yes, out of the box it was 10.89kg
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    Quote Originally Posted by frequent crasher View Post
    yes, out of the box it was 10.89kg
    Looks like a 19", or not?

    Have you had any time to test it out on the trails, how is your first riding experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J79 View Post
    Looks like a 19", or not?

    Have you had any time to test it out on the trails, how is your first riding experience?
    It is 17.5, first ride was around the carpark outside work then straight out to local trails for thursday evening dirt crits, 20 minutes at max heartrate. It seems a little more responsive than the 2012 superfly 100 elite I was riding, though its a little hard to tell when you are riding a max effort.
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    Does anyone know the front der. Mount type on the 2013 Superfly 100 carbon?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyderX View Post
    Cool, though I was looking for carbon.
    Problem solved. I bought a '13 Scalpel 2 29r. Same price point and its actually spec a little more to my liking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Grumpy View Post
    Does anyone know the front der. Mount type on the 2013 Superfly 100 carbon?

    Thanks!
    E2 direct mount
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    Quote Originally Posted by frequent crasher View Post
    E2 direct mount
    Awesome, thanks for that! I thought it was a direct mount, but wanted to confirm with someone that actually has the bike.

    Thanks again!

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    still waiting for mine,super lame. have any shown up in the usa yet ?
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    They have almost sold out here in Australia, managed to get the last 15.5" for a customer last monday. New stock arriving around 21st January, apparently.
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    Nice bike, just wondering if this frame is made in the USA?

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    Not USA...

    The new SL frames are not made in the USA. I contacted Trek and they confirmed it...

    Me: Hi Trek, where are the 2013 Superfly 100 SL OCLV Mountain Carbon frames made, in your USA facility or overseas? My friends 12' SF100 Elite says it was made in the USA on the seattube. That would be great if the new ones were made in Waterloo

    Trek: Thanks for writing, but those are produced in Taiwan.




    Quote Originally Posted by pulsarxxx View Post
    Nice bike, just wondering if this frame is made in the USA?

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    any 13 carbon superfly 100s showing up in the usa ? whats the hold up ?
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    asked the same question over on the 29er section. got the impression that there was or is a production or shipping issue of sorts. anyone in the know ?
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    just got the answer for someone that works at a trek shop.

    "I manage a store that sells trek. I was told that there have been some frame issues with some of the early production models and that they are working on the issue.
    I have had a customer waiting since November, the current date of availability is showing me n/a."
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    Kind of the same response I've gotten from Trek in the Netherlands. I got a bike trip to Austria planned early June, kind of need the new bike by then. Trek told me the couldn't guarantee the delivery for June. My order was placed on 20 october, and original delivery should be March.

    Going to have a chat with my dealer this weekend, going to see what the options are. Maybe spent some money and update/overhaul my Sugar 292 and ride it for one more year, and order a SF100 for next year. Or have a second look at the GT Zaskar100, or maybe the C'dale Scalpel.

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    My dealers ETA says Jan. 13 for XXL but n/a for all other sizes. I am not buying one right now but maybe some XXL riders might let us know if they take delivery in the next few weeks.

    Quote Originally Posted by multitool View Post
    just got the answer for someone that works at a trek shop.

    "I manage a store that sells trek. I was told that there have been some frame issues with some of the early production models and that they are working on the issue.
    I have had a customer waiting since November, the current date of availability is showing me n/a."

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    Is this holdup? Or, perhaps this is how you can help?!?

    Trek Bikes | Company | Careers lists this:

    Global Forecasting and Demand Planning Manager
    Forecasting | Waterloo, WI, United States

    Global Forecasting and Demand Planning Manager
    Forecasting | Waterloo, WI, United States

    The Trek Service Forecasting group is responsible for having the right service parts, in the right place, at the right time, in the right quantity globally for the purpose of supporting our goal to provide Customer Service Fast.
    This responsibility is why we exist and is our service to both internal and external Trek customers around the globe.

    We are seeking an experienced product forecaster to take on the management of several key service categories within the business. Strong leadership, management, organizational and communication skills are essential. Understanding of the technical nature of bicycles, the bicycle industry, supply chain management and business operations are strongly preferred. Proven experience in purchasing, forecasting and/or demand planning is required.

    Primary Responsibilities
    Manage product forecasts, demand plans, purchase orders, and related inventory levels
    Responsible for staying up to date on responsible category intelligence, establishing relationships between consumption data, failure rates, owned assets and demand plan
    Create and utilize reports with available business analytics tools
    Create, maintain and communicate product forecasts, inventory plans, and production schedules
    Create, place and maintain purchase orders for global consumption with established supplier partners
    Actively communicate global availability, product ETA’s
    Serve as a data steward for part setup and attribute setup with regard to all forecasting, supply planning and related business attributes
    Other duties as assigned
    Requirements
    Minimum of 2 years’ experience in purchasing, forecasting, or demand planning
    Proactive problem solving approach with changing priorities in a fast paced environment
    Proven critical thinking and collaborative skills for global business coordination
    Experience in supplier relationship building; including negotiations
    Ability to effectively communicate and interact with senior management
    Ability to create and implement plans, processes and procedures
    Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines with excellence
    Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
    Strong PC skills (including MS Office applications)
    International business experience or exposure is a strong plus
    2-3 weeks international and domestic travel annually

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    so what your saying is your 13 will be ready about the same time other companies are getting ready to launch their 14s
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    Dumb and Dumber- So you're telling me there's a chance - YouTube

    In greater seriousness...
    It seems that many manufacturers suffer from delays or short supply... my guess is very conservative supply chain and inventory management practices in an unpredictable economy. I hear similar complaints from friends at specialized dealers, etc

    but that's mostly a guess.

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    Just got back from my LBS. My bike has been postponed until 27 may. I'll be leaving for Austria on the 24th. My dealer will contact Trek this week and see what he can do.

    But I'm afraid I will have to cancel the bike. I think my best option will be to overhaul my Sugar and re-order the bike for the '14 model in September.

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    may 27th !!!!!!!!!??????????? what is going on ?????!!!!!!!!! and it doesnt seem like alot of people are complaining on here. did not alot of people order one and yet trek still cant get them ready ? i cant see waiting for a bike thats going to be half a year old once you get it.
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