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Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9.8 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9.8 2016
Trek Bikes Slash 9.8

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Six years ago Trek developed this suspension design, it was hugely successful and they’ve stuck with it. The Slash 9.8 is a very well thought out and brilliantly executed application of this platform aimed at the enduro rider looking for a highly capable 27.5 wheeled machine. The design criteria for this discipline of…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Stache 9  2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Stache 9  2016
Trek Bikes Stache 9

The world of wheel sizes and widths is no longer simple, not only do we now have three 'standard' wheel sizes, the advent of 'plus' sized tyres and fat bikes have given us a multitude of wheel and tyre options. Perhaps one of the more niche combinations is in the form of the 29er plus option, and here we have…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Top Fuel 9 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Top Fuel 9 2016
Trek Bikes Top Fuel 9

Trek's previous incarnation of the Top Fuel was retired in 2012 with the appearance of the Superfly, pretty much as Trek ditched the 26” wheel size on its cross-country line-up in favour of the 29” rolling stock we have become used to in the last few years. 2015 saw Trek launch a new XC range, the Procaliber hardtail and the…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8 27.5  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8 27.5  2015
Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8 27.5

We were lucky enough to have a first ride on this bike when it was launched in the US about 10 months ago. We loved it then and after spending a lot more time on it over the last couple of months we love it even more. The Fuel EX has been the pinnacle of the Trek trail bike range…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Lush Carbon 27.5  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Lush Carbon 27.5  2015
Trek Bikes Lush Carbon 27.5

The Lush Carbon is the crème de la crème of Trek’s women’s range. The Lush series has no less than four models, each with a slightly different build package and price tag, yet the overall Women’s Specific Design, attention to detail and technology carries throughout the range. You can tell the minute you take the Lush Carbon out of the…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Remedy 9 29  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Remedy 9 29  2015
Trek Bikes Remedy 9 29

Every year Trek seems to add an acronym or two to the features list that describes their bikes. You could call it marketing or propriety loading, or you could call it evolution. Over the years their ABP Convert, Full Floater, E2, DRCV etc. have been hailed as the answer to problems that the average rider hasn’t really been aware of.…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8  2014
Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8

First Ride We were privy to some very interesting developments from Trek a couple of weeks ago at the media launch for the Trek Fuel EX. The team from Trek have been working with Penske Racing Shocks for the last 5 years to bring to the table something of a game-changer as far as suspension technology goes… Firstly a little…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Remedy  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Remedy  2014
Trek Bikes Remedy

The Remedy has been in the line-up at Trek for some time now, billed as the ultimate technical trail bike it has undergone a few guises over the years. In 2013 it was a 150mm 26” wheeled machine that could eat up a lot more than one might expect. For 2014 the range has been split in two in order…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9 27.5  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9 27.5  2014
Trek Bikes Slash 9 27.5

The Trek Slash has been in the line up for a few years now; billed as an all-mountain slayer it boasts 160mm of suspension front and rear. This year the bike has been completely redesigned around the 27.5 wheel program. Despite the larger wheels the bike is lower than its predecessor and also a little longer this year. The frame…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8  2013
Trek Bikes Fuel EX 9.8

This is one hot looking bike; we shot it at the Trek World show in Munich and fell in love with the colours. If you get the chance to see one in the flesh take a good hard look at the slight blue tint to the carbon weave. Bikes aren’t just about looks though and there is a reason this…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Session 88  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Session 88  2013
Trek Bikes Session 88

The Trek Session is the bike that won the Downhill World Cup last year with Aaron Gwin aboard. This year it has boosted Brook MacDonald into the top five and is doing the trick for Greg Williamson too. Needless to say when it arrived in the office we were keen to put it through its paces. We opted for the…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - Trek Bikes Slash 9  2013
Trek Bikes Slash 9

The Slash as been in the Trek line up for 2 years now, it’s proved so popular it has taken us this long to swing our leg over one! It’s an all-mountain slayer designed to perform on the downs and still cruise on the ups. Perfect for Enduro, or as a ‘one bike does it all’ machine. Having previously had…

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In a sport with only a handful of chances to prove your worth, every moment matters. This is the story of what it takes to…

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After a fantastic season opener win at the Landrun 100, Payson McElveen decided to tackle one of the most iconic records in American cycling: the…

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2 months ago

Bontrager have just announced the release of their first ever clipless mountain bike shoe - the Rally. While Bontrager have dabbled with flat shoes in…

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2 months ago

The 2019 Red Bull Hardline rider list has been released - who do you think will take the win this year? With three past winners…

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3 months ago

Enjoy this great short film from Tracy Moseley showcasing her 2 junior riders from different disciplines of the sport and how she believes this helps…

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3 months ago

Out of Office. Don't we all love it when we select that option at the end of a long day of work ready for some…

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3 months ago

Return to Earth, the ninth movie from the crew at Anthill Films, is a cinematic journey across diverse mountain bike communities, personalities and environments. Each…

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4 months ago

Sunday 9th June saw the first UK edition of the Bosch eMTB Challenge Series supported by Trek as eMountain Bike riders hit the iconic trails…

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4 months ago

If filling in the last uncharted parts of a map is your idea of a good time, 1120 is the bike for you. Mid-fat tyres,…

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4 months ago

TweedLove’s new Transcend Bike Festival hosted over 2,000 riders in the Tweed Valley, Scotland last weekend. The inaugural event provided riding events of all varieties…

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What’s the best way to way to watch a feature-length mountain bike film? In a venue with a big screen, massive speakers and hundreds of…

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5 months ago

You know you need to make time in your day when Anthill Films release a new trailer, Return to Earth is no exception! (Anyone else…

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Issue 57

Ewen Turner catches up with the Atherton brothers to chat racing, life after racing and digging trails. From playing in the woods to world-class riders, they are still both at the top of their respective game with no plans to take their foot off the gas.

8 months ago
Issue 56

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 56

Clive Forth heads to the UK’s toughest mountain bike race to watch Gee Atherton stand on the top step of the podium at an event that has so far eluded him!

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Issue 56

We catch up with Alastair Beckett, bike designer extraordinaire, and responsible for some of the most successful bikes on the race circuit. Alistair talks about bike design, the rise of the high pivot bike and what the future may hold for mountain bikes.

12 months ago
Issue 55

The Tweed Valley has come of age. No longer just a trail centre, the valley offers such a vast amount of riding it is hard to ignore and is drawing visitors from around the globe. From downhill to XC and everything in between, is this the finest British mountain bike destination?

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Issue 55

From privateer to Factory pro, Katy Winton has experienced the full gambit of Enduro racing and now sits firmly at the top level with the fastest racers in the world. Ewen Turner catches up with her at the British Champs and finds out how life has changed since the early days.

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Issue 51

It’s been a hell of a year for the MTB world, Rou Chater reflects on how this sport just seems to keep on getting better and better!

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Issue 50

From a hillside in Wales has emerged a monster. Created from the warped mind of Dan Atherton, Hardline is the toughest downhill course in the world. We catch up with Adam Brayton and Craig Evans and try to understand what it takes to survive the track.

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Issue 50

Hidden in the South West of England, Exmoor is a sleepy national park frequented mostly by seaside holidaymakers. Ewen Turner takes a trip to race the Ex Enduro and finds out there is another side to Exmoor, one that involves fantastic trails, good times and great people.

2 years ago
Issue 48

Rebecca Parker investigates the various approaches different brands are taking regarding bikes for women. Pink and shrink it is thankfully long gone, but do women really need a specially designed bike?

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Issue 47

The Enduro World Series may have been and gone, but James Swann headed out to Tasmania before the race came to town to check out the quality of the trails on offer. Freshly developed riding and a welcoming local community have put Taz firmly on the world MTB stage.

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Win a Go Pro Hero 5 Black this issue in our subscriber prize draw!

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Welcome to Trek UK's Facebook page. For Customer Service questions try our Live Chat function on or call us on 01908 360140. Headquartered in Waterloo, Wisconsin, Trek Bicycle is a global leader in the design and manufacture of bicycles and related products. Trek believes the bicycle can be a simple solution to many of the world’s most complex problems, and is committed to breaking down the barriers that prevent people from using bicycles more often for transportation, recreation, and inspiration. For more information about Trek, visit Trek is people committed to changing lives through cycling. Who strive to enhance the riding experience worldwide through innovative products, dynamic partnerships, bicycle friendly development, and exceptional dealer and customer care. 1976 Bicycle shop +441908360140

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