There's a lot of warranty claims in that post due to carbon. :lol::yesnod:I'll try, but one if mine is not together.
Here's a non-visual list, and current status
1996 Trek Y33 - retired due to separation of the shock mount. Replaced under warranty nearly 20 years later!
1996 Trek 5500 - retired due to better sized bike
2015 Trek Remedy 9.8 - frame retired due to crack, warranted by Trek
2015 Trek Remedy 9.9 - frame replacement for the 9.8 - still in service, current main mountain ride.
2015 KTM Scarp Prestige - 2 frames destroyed, but one is on the way back at this moment from being repaired. Still my current XC ride.
2015 Trek Madone 7 - frame retired due to crack, warranted by Trek with the next bike -
2018 Trek Emonda SLR, replacement frame to the Madone. Current road ride.
2019 Ibis Hakka MX. Current gravel/CX bike.
And then, on top if that - I have a Rainsong Carbon fiber acoustic guitar!
I love carbon myself!
Yes, yes there is! Interestingly enough, the old Y and the 5500 are the ONLY carbon frames I never broke. Beat the ever loving snot out of that Y bike. The failure wasn't with the carbon, but the connection of the aluminum mount to the carbon, which was epoxied in place.There's a lot of warranty claims in that post due to carbon. :lol::yesnod:
Well, it started out like this...OOOHHH thats some fruit levels.
Tom, I want more photos' and close ups of that deviate bike. In looks insane, How does it ride?
PS please vissually abcost me with photos if possible! i need to see the carbon.