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The Trek VRX 200 is a full-suspension mountain bike with an aluminum T6 / Alpha FS / Fox Vanilla frame. The frame comes in Trek  Red or Metal  Flake  Blue.

It was first released in 1999 and again in 2000. Due to the frame materials and other factors, we estimate that this bike weighs around 35 pounds.

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Trek VRX 400 1999 Technical specs and features

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Trek produced the VRX 400 bike in 1999 and can be classified as a Mountain bike bicycle, this exact model costs in american market arround $1,749.99. VRX 400 bike is available in many sizes such as Large , medium and small . Trek Mountain bike VRX 400 can be found in one single color which is Black Gold. This bike is equiped with Front: 26 x 2.10" Bontrager Jones tires and DT stainless steel spoke wheel while the rims are manufactured by Bontrager Maverick, 32-hole. Trek equiped this exact model with Hayes Cable-Actuated Disc front/Avid 1D-10 rear brakes, Avid SD-1.0 L levers braking system and Formula disc hubs. To guarantee the comfiest ride Trek used 6061 T6 aluminum material for the frame. ICON high strength material is used on the handlebar of this VRX 400 to ensure the perfect handling while the stems are made of ICON. For the smoothest biking experience ICON Flywheel, 22/32/44 teeth is used on this bicycle linked to Shimano CN-HG72 chain that is easily replaceable as stated by Trek , the whole system is connected to a high reliability Shimano Deore LX RapidFire SL gear shift levers.

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Trek’s Carback Bicycle Radar Light Takes on the Market Leader

The Carback claims a better detection range than the Varia RTL515, but its real-world performance doesn't quite match up.

Takeaway: The Trek Carback is a serious contender to Garmin in the on-bike radar market. However, while the Carback nears the Varia RTL515’s performance, Trek’s claim of increased radar detection range fell short in our side-by-side testing.

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The Garmin Varia is so widely used and functions so well that Garmin essentially cornered the on-the-bike radar market. Competing units from Bryton and Magicshine are available, but they suffer from inconsistent car detection or poor battery life, so it’s hard to recommend anything other than the Varia.

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I trust the Varia so much that I purchased a second one for my cargo bike right before having my first kid. While I know the radar cannot protect me from being run over by someone staring at their cell phone, it will at least alert me that a car is approaching me from behind.

If you were to force me to bet which brand would attempt to make a run at Garmin in the radar game, I’m not sure I would have picked Trek. But with its new Carback system, Trek comes closest to unseating Garmin from the taillight radar throne.

Overall, Trek’s Carback is a good product. The device offers solid detection, plus a few other very nice features that are upgrades over the Varia. Unfortunately for Trek, I don’t think the Carback beats out the Varia as the best product in the category, but it gives the category leader a run for its money.

Carback Details

Trek put a lot of thought into designing the Carback. Trek boosted the Carback's detection range from 460 feet claimed by the Varia to 790 feet (claimed by Trek) for the Carback. The brand switched from a 24Ghz radar to 77Ghz to accomplish this.

To support the more powerful radar, Trek installed a new 2,000 mAh battery, which provides the light a claimed 7-hour run time. However, in testing, I found the light’s run time closer to 8 to 9 hours, depending on the light mode used. The Carback has a very convenient LED light battery life gauge on the side of the device, something the Varia lacks. (Both lights also give you a low battery warning on your paired cycling computer.) The Carback charges with a USB-C plug, another nice upgrade from the Varia’s Micro-USB. The Carback and the Varia carry an IPX7 waterproof rating, and the lights are ANT+ and Bluetooth capable.

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For mounting, the Trek Carback uses the same mount as Trek’s popular Flare RT series of lights. Basically, it is a rubber strap with Trek’s proprietary Blendr accessory mount attached. The best method to attach the Carback is directly to the saddle. If you ride with a Trek or Bontrager saddle, you can attach a Blendr mount directly to the shell with an adapter (sold separately).

A few places sell 3D-printed mounts and GoPro-style adapters to attach a Blendr accessory to various saddles and seatposts from other brands. If you want to move the Carback between different bikes, the rubber strap works fine., but I will eventually get annoyed with it, as I do with every other strap of this kind, and buy the right adapters for my bikes.

Side-by-Side Comparison to the Varia RTL515

I tested the Carback a few different ways. First, I rode with both the Carback and a Garmin Varia on my bike, each paired to a different cycling computer. I also rode quite a bit with a colleague, with one of us using the Carback and the other using the Varia. Finally, I did some back-to-back rides where I switched which radar system I used.

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The good news is that the Carback is nearly as good as the Varia. And I recommend it to riders who already own the Flare RT lights and matching Blendr accessory mounts. It’s a no-brainer upgrade for these folks.

But there are two things that bug me about the Carback. First, Trek claims over a 71% improvement in detection range versus the Varia (790 feet vs 460). However, in real-world testing, this was not the case. In every scenario, either riding with both radar systems or riding side by side with a colleague, there was never any discernible difference between which system detected a car first. And in several instances, the Varia warned me of a car a second or two before the Carback.

Had Trek not claimed the greater detection, the Carback’s range would be at the same level as the Varia (which is great). But since the Carback only works on par with the Varia and not better (as claimed), I feel that Trek’s claims are somewhat misleading.

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Second, the Carback lacks the variable light pattern of the Varia. When the Garmin detects a car, the Varia’s light pattern changes from steady red to flashing. Knowing that the Varia has another method to grab a driver's attention—short of slapping the cell phone out of their hand—that a cyclist is on the road is extra peace of mind for me. It’s a small detail, but it makes me always reach for the varia over the Carback.

I wanted to hear from Trek on both points and Alex Applegate, Trek's Electronics Marketing Manager, was kind enough to respond. “It was an intentional decision not to move away from our best and most visible flash pattern as cars were detected and approaching,” Applegate said regarding the lack of light pattern change. He also left open the possibility that this functionality might be added to the Carback.

Applegate also addressed the detection range question, “It is important to note that Radar requires line of sight, and in many cases, especially in city and suburban areas, the environment is the limiting factor.”

He continued, “Factors such as the crown of the road, curves in the road, and the angle of the rider and mount can all affect the line of sight and detection range. It is more common than you’d think for environmental factors to affect the range.” So, while I did not see an increased detection range in my extensive testing of the Carback, Trek is confident and fully stands behind its claim.

Final Thoughts

Trek produced a light and radar that functions almost equally to the Varia. And the Carback certainly is better than the other on-bike radar alternatives to Garmin. The Carback is slightly heavier than the Varia (86 grams vs. 72 grams). While it has less battery life, Trek’s nine-hour run time (compared to the Varia’s 16 hours) should be plenty for most riders. However, not needing to charge the device as often is convenient if you ride a lot.

Where the Carback improves on the Varia is with USB-C charging, which is almost a requirement for electronic accessories, especially at this price. Trek’s unit also has very easy-to-read battery life indicators. They are much more convenient than the Varia’s tiny little blinking LED, which is sometimes hard to see.

In the end, I can recommend both lights. If you already own Blendr accessories, going with the Carback is an easy choice. But because of the slimmer form factor or longer run time, the Varia still comes out a bit ahead. Plus, Garmin has the Varia RTL515 on sale right now for $50 less than the Carback, which makes it a no-brainer for anyone who doesn't already own a radar light. It’s nice when some competition can benefit the consumer.

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Headlining today’s Green Deals and leading the group into the weekend for Father’s Day, is a summer sale from Trek Bikes taking up to $550 off a large lineup of e-bikes, lead by the Electra Cruiser Go! Step-Over e-bike for $1,200 . It is joined by the Bluetti AC180 Portable Power Station with a 200W Solar Panel at a new $849 low , along with several other units that are hitting new low prices as well. Closing out this week is VEVOR’s 16A to 40A Level 1 and 2 EV Chargers that are starting from a new $93 all-time low . Plus, all the other hangover Green Deals that are still alive and well.

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Trek’s Electra Cruiser Go! e-bikes now $1,200

Trek Bikes has launched a  summer sale  that is taking  up to $550 off  a large lineup of the company’s popular e-bikes, like the  Electra Cruiser Go! Step-Over e-bike for  $1,199.99 shipped , or its  counterpart step-thru model  that is also going for  $1,199.99 shipped  – plus other e-bikes that are seeing general price cuts. Normally fetching $1,600, we have seen this particular model go for $200 less before, back during Black Friday sales, which hasn’t reoccurred since. In 2024 we’ve seen one previous discount that dropped costs to $1,200 in February, with today’s deal coming in to repeat the savings as a 25% markdown that saves you $400 and returns it to the second-lowest price we have tracked. For years we’ve been covering Trek Bikes’ many models, all of which you can  browse, read through, and learn about here.

The  Cruiser Go! e-bike  is an homage to the American beach-cruising classics of years past, equipped with a 250W rear-hub motor and a fully-integrated 250Wh battery that reach a max speed of 20 MPH for up to 40 miles on a single charge. It features mechanical disc brakes, fatter 27.5-inch tires for a smoother ride, and an LED controller that lets you monitor and change the e-bikes functions and settings. It also comes supported by the Trek Central app which lets you get pre-ride information such as battery levels before even heading out the door, as well as live performance levels, GPS mapping, and it even saves the information from your previous rides for future reviews.

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Bluetti AC180 Portable Power Station with 200W Solar Panel hits new $849 low

The official Bluetti Amazon storefront is offering up to 50% off discounts on its line of power stations, solar generator bundles, and accessories. A notable standout amongst the crowd is the  AC180 Portable Power Station with 200W Solar Panel for  $849 shipped . Usually going for $1,598, its been dropping to the same two rates since the start of 2024, first to $899 for the first few months and now more recently to the former $879 low, which today’s deal outshines as a massive 47% markdown that gives you a total $749 in savings and lands it at a new all-time low. You can grab the  power station alone for  $579 , or add a  B80 extra battery with it for  $1,148 , or get the  power station with a 350W solar panel for  $1,149 .

With the  AC180 power station , you can rest assured your charging and power needs are met on your next trip out of town or just the house thanks to its 1,152Wh capacity and 11 output ports: four ACs, four USB-As, one USB-C, one DC, and one wireless charging pad for your personal devices. It can be recharged up to 80% in just 45 minutes via a standard wall outlet or with a 500W solar input that takes just 2.8 to 3.3 hours (so with the included 200W panel, you’re looking at a recharge in around 7-ish hours, give or take). You’ll also be able to control the power station’s settings and keep track of charging levels on your tablet or smartphone via the BLUETTI app.

Notable Bluetti power station discounts:

  • AC2A, 204Wh capacity:  $149  (Reg. $249)  | New low
  • EB3A, 268Wh capacity:  $198  (Reg. $349)
  • EB70S, 716Wh capacity:  $369  (Reg. $599)
  • AC70, 768Wh capacity:  $429  (Reg. $669)
  • AC200 MAX, 2,048Wh capacity:  $1,199  (Reg. $1,699)  | New low
  • AC240, 1,536Wh capacity:  $1,399  (Reg. $1,899)
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Notable Bluetti bundle discounts:

  • AC2A power station, 204Wh capacity with 120W solar panel:  $329  (Reg. $548)  | New low
  • EB3A power station, 268Wh capacity with 200W solar panel:  $569  (Reg. $799)
  • EB70S power station, 716Wh capacity with 200W solar panel:  $649  (Reg. $1,098)  | New low
  • AC70 power station, 768Wh capacity with 350W solar panel:  $999  (Reg. $1,548)  | New low
  • AC60 power station, 1,209Wh capacity with B80 extra battery:  $999  (Reg. $1,398)
  • AC180 power station, 1,958Wh capacity with B80 extra battery:  $1,148  (Reg. $1,798)
  • AC200L power station, 2,048Wh capacity with two 200W solar panels:  $1,899  (Reg. $2,999)
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VEVOR’s 16A to 40A Level 1 and 2 EV Chargers start from new $93 low

Amazon is offering the  VEVOR 16A Level 1+2 Portable EV Charger for  $92.69 shipped . Down from its usual $130 price tag, since the new year began we haven’t seen much diversity in its discounts, often falling to the same $105 rate on average, which does beat out the $125+ rates from 2023, though the price hasn’t fallen lower past $100. Today’s deal, however, finally breaks the slow and steady progression for a sharp and sudden spike downwards as a 29% markdown that lands at a new all-time low.

Compatible with both NEMA 6-20R and NEMA 5-15P plugs,  this 16A (maximum) portable EV charger  is suitable for EVs that adhere to the J1772 standard and could use a handy backup charger when out on the road far from home. Its controller automatically adjusts the current according to the charging status to avoid overcharging, while also providing lightening, leakage, grounding, over-voltage, under-voltage, overcharge, over-current, and overheat protection. You can control and monitor the charging status remotely through the Smart App, as well as schedule charging time for 1-12 hours, letting you take advantage of off-peak charging and reduce your vehicle usage costs. Package also includes a hard-shell storage bag, a base, a charging cable hook, and an adapter.

Of course, I’m sure most of you, like me, saw the 16A maximum output of the above charger and immediately thought “I’ll be waiting so much longer for a full charge.” Well, Amazon has also cut prices on the  VEVOR 40A Level 2 Portable EV Charger that is now at  $133 , down from $200. This upgraded model features a similar LED display, as well as the smart chip that provides the same list of protections as the above model. You’ll also get the same smart controls – especially for off-peak hour scheduling – and it arrives compatible with vehicles and plug-in hybrids that comply with the J1772 standard, requiring only a NEMA 14-50 outlet to plug the charger into. The main difference here is the obvious increase in amperage limit, with this model able to reach 40A while charging over the previous model’s 16A.

Summer e-bike deals!

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  • Vanpowers UrbanGlide-Ultra e-bike: $2,299 (Reg. $2,499)
  • Lectric ONE Long-Range e-bike with $220 in free gear (pre-order): $2,199 (Reg. $2,419)
  • Juiced JetCurrent Pro Foldable e-bike (pre-order): $2,074 (Reg. $2,799)
  • Lectric ONE e-bike with $220 in free gear: $1,999 (Reg. $2,219)
  • Blix Packa Genie Cargo e-bike with $237 in free accessories: $1,899 (Reg. $2,099)
  • Aventon Abound Cargo e-bike with $894 in free accessories: $1,799 (Reg. $2,199)
  • Blix Sol Eclipse Cruiser e-bike with $207 in free accessories: $1,699 (Reg. $1,899)
  • Blix Ultra Fat-Tire All-Terrain e-bike with $383 in free accessories: $1,599 (Reg. $2,099)
  • Rad Power RadWagon 4 Cargo e-bike: $1,599 (Reg. $1,799)
  • Retrospec Koa Rev+ Fat-Tire e-bike: $1,499 (Reg. $1,799)
  • Vanpowers UrbanGlide-Pro e-bike: $1,399 (Reg. $1,899)
  • Retrospec Valen Rev Fat-Tire e-bike: $1,300 (Reg. $1,699)
  • NIU BQi-C3 Pro e-bike: $1,299 (Reg. $2,200)
  • Lectric XPeak Off-Road High-Step e-bike with $349 in free accessories: $1,299 (Reg. $1,648)
  • Lectric XPeak Off-Road Step-Thru e-bike with $349 in free accessories: $1,299 (Reg. $1,648)
  • Lectric XPress 750 High-Step e-bike with extra battery (pre-order): $1,299 (Reg. $1,799)
  • Lectric XPress 750 Step-Thru e-bike with extra battery (pre-order): $1,299 (Reg. $1,799)
  • Rad Power RadRover 6 Plus Fat-Tire e-bike: $1,199 (Reg. $1,599)
  • Rad Power RadRunner 2 Utility e-bike: $1,199 (Reg. $1,399)
  • Hover-1 Altai Pro R500 e-bike: $1,162 (Reg. $2,300)
  • Vanpowers UrbanGlide-Standard e-bike: $1,099 (Reg. $1,299)
  • Vanpowers City Vanture Urban e-bike: $1,049 (Reg. $1,749)
  • Schwinn Ridgewood Electric Mountain Bike: $800 (Reg. $1,500)
  • Schwinn Ingersoll Electric Hybrid Bike: $700 (Reg. $1,500)
  • Schwinn Mendocino Hybrid Electric Cruiser Bike: $699 (Reg. $1,700)

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Is that the old Trek 25mm funky proprietary mount they used for awhile? Sure sounds like it. Are the holes facing straight up rather than being horizontal like IS rear mounts? I haven't seen one in quite awhile, so I'm going from memory. I think I recall that Hayes was the only one who made a mount for this design. I doubt they're still available, but one should be floating around somewhere.  

Yup That's the one........I wonder if I call Hayes if they have one in a box somewhere?  

TNC said: Is that the old Trek 25mm funky proprietary mount they used for awhile? Click to expand...

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cobba said: You don't mean a 22mm seat stay brake mount that one of these adapters would fit on: http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=20557 Click to expand...

Oh yeah...22mm. In the famous words of Maxwell Smart..."I missed it by that much".  

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FYI-the 22mm mount is not a Trek proprietary mount. Hayes was the one who made that and other companies besides Trek (including Fisher and Klein) built frames with 22mm rear mounts. Schwinn comes immediately to mind  

shiggy said: You are correct and that adaptor will work. Click to expand...
steve47co1 said: Wow - great responses - thanks, but with what Hayes disk brake and where are sources for same? Click to expand...

Thank you Thanks again, Shiggy; great help!  

Trek VRX rear swing arm search I am new to this. I ride a Trek VRX 400 (I know it's a dinosaur) and the local shop recently discovered a small crack in the rear swing arm while servicing my bike. I am searching someone who might have an old VRX frame sitting around or a collection of parts that includes a VRX rear swing arm. If you are this person please let me know and help keep my VRX alive!  

Vrx lives!!  

i have the same problem on my trek vrx 200 Just got the frame and realized about the rear mount found it hard to come accross shame as i have a xtr set to put on her any advice would be apreciated.  

You'll need a A2Z AD-PMR adapter. A2Z Brake Adapters If you have a PM brake caliper you'll also need a PM to IS adapter too. AD-PMR adapter + 140mm Rear PM to IS adapter = a 180mm/185mm rotor AD-PMR adapter + 160mm Rear PM to IS adapter = a 200mm/205mm rotor Shimano 140mm Rear PM to IS adapter Shimano 160mm Rear PM to IS adapter Universal Cycles -- Shimano Disc Brake Adapters  

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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