Full Stache | Trek Bikes (CA)
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Full Stache is a full suspension trail bike with 29+ mid-fat tires built for riders with an oversized appetite for rugged trails and exploration in the untamed wild

Ultra-capable 29+ tires

The core of Full Stache's unique personality, these big tires with low air pressure put a lot of tread on the dirt for obscene amounts of traction. All that grip really comes in handy when you're railing corners, scrambling up tricky climbs, or plowing through loose terrain.

Bred from the backcountry

Full Stache is an extra-sure-footed trail bike built to rip through the most rugged terrain. It looks forward to long days on rough trails, and is happy to trade a few grams for incredible capability. It looks so different because, well, it’s built to tackle rides that other trail bikes simply can’t.

130mm of full suspension capability with ABP and RE:aktiv

Full Stache features 130mm of front and rear suspension travel with exclusive Trek technology like Active Braking Pivot and RE:aktiv so you can seek out bigger lines and stay in control over the most daunting terrain.

Monster truck build, sports car frame

Unlike other bikes with 29 x 3˝ tires, Full Stache features short 430mm chainstays. That means you get astonishingly agile handling for all that bigwheel momentum. How did we do it? By designing Full Stache specifically for 29+ tires with an elevated and shaped chainstay and a new suspension layout.

Ultra-stiff frame with built-in protection

Trek's Straight Shot downtube makes the frame extra stiff without adding any weight. You'll feel more composed and confident on even the most bone-jarring terrain. Knock Block keeps the fork crown and handlebar controls from impacting the frame.

New Bontrager XR4 tires

New Bontrager XR4 29 x 3” tires bring big, aggressive treads to the 29+ category. Finally, there is a 29+ tire up to the rigors of backcountry riding

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