- The Stache advantage You'll be amazed at how the capable, unshakable 29+ tyres immediately allow you to corner harder and faster without breaking loose.
- Short, lively chainstays Most 29+ frames are stretched to fit bigger tyres. Not Stache. The elevated mid-stay and 1X drivetrain pull the rear wheel forward for a short 420mm - 405mm chainstay.
- Doubly stiff: Boost148/110 The wider 148mm rear and 110mm front hub spacing on 29ers creates stronger, less flexy wheels and allows for wider tyres, shorter chainstays and more chainring options.
- You decide: 29+/27.5+/29˝ Trek's smartly designed Stranglehold Dropout accommodates several wheel sizes. Run 29+ for an ultimate trail-crushing ride, 27.5+ for a more playful set-up or standard 29˝ for XC performance.
What people are saying
Evoking the same feelings of freedom and elation I had my first summer on a mountain bike… it's the most fun I've ever had on a hard tail
The Stache 29+ was like driving a trophy truck, allowing me to bomb through the trail chatter. After the bottom of the first downhill, my mouth hurt from smiling so hard.
When it comes to technical climbing, the extra rollover ability that 29ers possess is one of their most often-touted strengths, and the Stache's super-sized dimensions take this trait to the next level.