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2016 Trek Stache 29+

Trek Stache 29+

Trek Stache 5
$1,759.99
The trail waits in anticipation, the woods are quiet, then WHOOSH! The sound of tires pierces the silence. Big wheels roll over the roots and 3-inch-wide tires rip through berm. The 29er has grown up from its XC roots with Trek's Stache 5. Trek loaded the aluminum frame with all the marks of a fully capable trail bike: G2 trail geometry, E2 tapered head tube, 92mm bottom bracket, dropper-post routing and a Boost 148 rear end. That 148mm-wide rear end is enhanced by short chainstays that make this 29er rail twists and turns like that's its job. Which it is. The specs are just as legit with Race Face cranks powering Shimano 1 x 10 gearing and a clutch rear derailleur that virtually eliminates chain slap and drops. Ladies and gentlemen, the the 29er has evolved!
Trek Stache 7
$2,519.99
Fast. Agile. Confident. Capable. That sums up Trek's Stache 7 perfectly. This bike gets down to business with 29-inch wheels wrapped with fat 3-inch tires and a 110mm-travel Manitou fork that dares anything to get in your way. Trek loaded the Platinum aluminum frame with all the marks of a fully legit trail bike, like G2 trail geometry, E2 tapered head tube, dropper-post routing and a Boost 148 rear end. That 148mm-wide rear end is enhanced by super short chainstays that let you rip through berms, dominate twisty trails, and out-accelerate your crew. SRAM's GX1 cranks power a wide-ranging 1 x 11-speed drivetrain, and the Bonty components are as light as they are tough. And just in case you don't want to roll the 50mm-wide Mule rims all the time, the Stache's Stanglehold dropouts are compatible with 27.5+ and standard 29-inch wheels too!
Trek Stache 9
$3,879.99
Want a bike that goes anywhere and does anything? Of course you do, who doesn't? Enter: Trek's Stache 9. The 29er+ (mid fat) hardtail for the modern age. Fat, 3-inch tires wrapped around 50mm-wide, 29-inch wheels float over terra-not-so-firma like snow, sand, mud, etc. But, it's still a Stache, so of course it's quick, agile and flickable, so dry hardpack goes by faster than jean styles. Trek loaded the Platinum aluminum frame with all the marks of a fully legit trail bike, like G2 trail geometry, E2 tapered head tube, PF92 bottom bracket, dropper-post routing and a Boost 148 rear end. That 148mm-wide rear axle is enhanced by super short chainstays that let you rip through berms, dominate twisty trails, and out-accelerate your crew. SRAM's X1 cranks power a wide-ranging 1 x 11-speed drivetrain. And if you like variety, the Stache's Stanglehold dropouts are compatible with 27.5+ and standard 29-inch wheels too!
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