Feature tour

Explore some of the great features that distinguish this family of bikes.

OCLV Mountain Carbon

Trek's mountain-specific carbon fibre is tougher carbon, with unique materials and lay-up procedures, Trek's advanced engineering, and a higher standard of testing.

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E2 tapered head tube

E2 tapers from a 1.5" lower to a 1-1/8" upper, placing more material where it matters most for the stiffness of a full 1.5" system without the added weight.

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Roll wrap seat tube cluster

Our exclusive one-piece, solid-construction seat tube provides the ideal combination of vertical compliance and lateral stiffness needed for the demands of mountain bike racing.

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142x12

A more robust and confidence-inspiring rear thru axle, about 35% stiffer than an open-dropout design. And now, a thru-axle wheel change is actually quick and easy.

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15QR

A 15mm front thru axle makes steering more precise for more control, and the quick-release feature makes wheel removal easy.

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29" wheels

The gold standard for smooth, stable riding. Bigger wheels carry more momentum, roll over obstacles more easily, and offer greater stability and more traction than smaller options.

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1x11

SRAM XX1 1x11 system gives you super-light simplicity without sacrificing performance and gearing options on the trail.

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2x10

A 10-speed cassette and 2-ring crankset deliver a full range of usable gears, with less weight and easier, smoother gear shifting.

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Balanced post mount brake

The brake calliper serves as a structural part of the frame, anchored between the chainstay and seatstay. It reduces weight by eliminating the need for a chainstay/seatstay brace.

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BB95

The stiffest carbon bottom bracket on the market. A Trek exclusive.

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Closed convert dropouts

Hardtails offer the robust performance of a closed through-axle system with the convenience of a system that can accept 142x12 or 135x5 rear spacing.

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Fully integrated head tube

A fully integrated head tube eliminates the need for headset cups, reducing overall weight without sacrificing performance.

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G2 Geometry

Advanced frame geometry and a custom offset fork give our 29ers precise handling at low speed without compromising high-speed stability.

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Hydraulic disc brakes

Hydraulic disc brakes offer the absolute strongest stopping power even in wet and muddy conditions.

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Internal Control Routing

Gear shift, brake, and lockout cables are routed through the frame for the lightest, cleanest, quietest MTB cable management system.

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Removable Carbon Armor

Removable shield protects your OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, and you can take it off it when it’s time to get lean and fast.

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Suspension lockout

Lock out the suspension fork for efficient riding on smooth terrain.

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Project One

Our exclusive custom-bike programme. You dream it, we build it.

G2 Geometry

Advanced frame geometry and a custom offset fork give our 29ers precise handling at low speed without compromising high-speed stability.

E2 tapered head tube

E2 tapers from a 1.5" lower to a 1-1/8" upper, placing more material where it matters most for the stiffness of a full 1.5" system without the added weight.

Balanced post mount brake

The brake calliper serves as a structural part of the frame, anchored between the chainstay and seatstay. It reduces weight by eliminating the need for a chainstay/seatstay brace.

MicroTruss

MicroTruss housing guides are built directly into the frame, for the lightest, cleanest external cable routing.

Closed convert dropouts

Hardtails offer the robust performance of a closed through-axle system with the convenience of a system that can accept 142x12 or 135x5 rear spacing.

OCLV Mountain Carbon

Trek's mountain-specific carbon fibre is tougher carbon, with unique materials and lay-up procedures, Trek's advanced engineering, and a higher standard of testing.

Removable Carbon Armor

Removable shield protects your OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, and you can take it off it when it’s time to get lean and fast.

29" wheels

The gold standard for smooth, stable riding. Bigger wheels carry more momentum, roll over obstacles more easily, and offer greater stability and more traction than smaller options.

Carbon seatpost clamp

The carbon seatpost clamp integrates seamlessly with the Trek OCLV carbon frame for the utmost in svelte, lightweight functionality.

Internal Control Routing

Gear shift, brake, and lockout cables are routed through the frame for the lightest, cleanest, quietest MTB cable management system.

BB95

The stiffest carbon bottom bracket on the market. A Trek exclusive.

Fully integrated head tube

A fully integrated head tube eliminates the need for headset cups, reducing overall weight without sacrificing performance.

1x11

SRAM XX1 1x11 system gives you super-light simplicity without sacrificing performance and gearing options on the trail.

2x10

A 10-speed cassette and 2-ring crankset deliver a full range of usable gears, with less weight and easier, smoother gear shifting.

15QR

A 15mm front thru axle makes steering more precise for more control, and the quick-release feature makes wheel removal easy.

142x12

A more robust and confidence-inspiring rear thru axle, about 35% stiffer than an open-dropout design. And now, a thru-axle wheel change is actually quick and easy.

Suspension lockout

Lock out the suspension fork for efficient riding on smooth terrain.

Extended size range

A wider range of sizes than the industry standard provides more options for everyone, from tallest to shortest and all those in between. Because everyone deserves a great ride.

Gary Fisher Collection

Innovative bikes imagined by Gary Fisher, built by Trek.

Hydraulic disc brakes

Hydraulic disc brakes offer the absolute strongest stopping power even in wet and muddy conditions.

Roll wrap seat tube cluster

Our exclusive one-piece, solid-construction seat tube provides the ideal combination of vertical compliance and lateral stiffness needed for the demands of mountain bike racing.

Size-specific optimisation

We didn’t just scale the Superfly frame up or down to build the size range. We refined each size individually for lowest weight and best ride.