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Trek Madone 3.5 - Shimano Ultegra (2012)
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Trek Madone 3.5 - Shimano Ultegra (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; Frame Material: Carbon

BikeRadar were surprised and equally impressed by the Trek Madone 3.5, which they say has a fantastic frameset and superb quality components to finish it off. This bike rides extremely well, with …

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Trek Superfly (2012)
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Trek Superfly (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Women, Men; Hardtail; Frame Material: Carbon

220 Triathlon found it hard to fault the Trek Superfly, which they believe is no lazy big-wheeler. As expected, it has a solid specification across the board, and this combined with the carbon frame

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More information at: 220 Triathlon, issue February 2012 Big-wheeled rollers With triathlete Lance Armstrong and others now riding 29-inch wheeled mountain bikes, they are gaining some ground on the competition. Do those extra inches make that much difference? Two bikes are put through their paces to find out. In test: Two mountain bikes were reviewed and rated on handling, spec, value and comfort. Final scores of 81% and 89% were awarded. … to review

Trek Fuel EX 8 (2012)
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Trek Fuel EX 8 (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

BikeRadar say Trek's Fuel EX 8 is one of the top all-round trail bikes, despite not being massive fans of the latest tech upgrades. It's versatile as it can handle terrain outside of its …

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Superfly Pro 29er (2012)
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Trek Superfly Pro - SRAM XX (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Hardtail; Frame Material: Carbon

The geometry of the Trek Superfly Pro feels natural, and the specification is generally pretty smart. Bike Radar also approved of the solid power transfer and all-round stiffness, though they do …

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Fuel EX6 (2012)
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Trek Fuel EX 6 (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

2012 sees the low cost Trek EX 6 gain a whole new attitude which makes it much more enjoyable. Suspension is well controlled, handling is more assured, and powering up-hill feels stable. Bike Radar …

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Gary Fisher Superfly 100 AL Elite (2012)
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Trek Superfly 100 AL Elite (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Regardless of what you throw at the Trek Superfly 100 AL Elite, this bike can handle it, with a decent performance from the suspension and reasonable components. BikeRadar found that everything was

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More information at: BikeRadar, 2/2012 Trek Superfly 100 AL Elite 29er Just behind the seat post on the Superfly 100 AL Elite is the signature decal from Gary Fisher. It proves that this bike was inspired by the very person who came up with the concept of 29ers as well as being a founder of mountain biking. … to review

Remedy 9.7 (11)
Trek Remedy 9.7 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

After putting the Remedy 9.7 through its paces, BikeMagic.com declared it an ideal all-rounder for UK trails. Whether tasked with tearing headlong through trial centres, or a proper all-day jaunt, …

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Trek Domane 6 Series - Custom (2013)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; Frame Material: Carbon

Despite what skeptics might say, BikeRadar confirmed that the IsoSpeed seat cluster present on the Domane 6 is far from being a gimmick and that in fact it makes a huge difference on long rides, …

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Fuel EX8 (2011)
Trek Fuel EX 8 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

As an all-round trail bike, the Trek Fuel EX 8 makes a fantastic choice, concludes BikeRadar. Reviewers seem especially impressed with how nicely balanced its chassis is and say that despite its …

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Trek 1.5 (2012)
Trek 1.5 (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

BikeRadar think that the Trek 1.5 is relatively comfortable for long rides and is a good choice for building confidence. However, if you're looking for a bike that gives you a competitive edge,

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More information at: BikeRadar, 1/2012 Trek 1.5 Trek have kept their entry-level road frame pretty much the same for the last few years. However, when plenty of riders want relaxed handling and comfort in a road bike, there's no reason to change. … to review

 
Trek Remedy 9.9 (2010)
Trek Remedy 9.9 (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

"... tubeless-ready wheels with Bontrager XDX tyres keep it rolling swiftly. Avid Elixir CR Mags offer the same braking force as a brick wall. A mixture of SRAM X.0 and Shimano XTR on the …

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Cronus CX (12)
Trek Cronus CX (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

The Cronus CX is a carbon cross bike from Trek which sits in the upper-echelons, having the ideal balance between price and performance. BikeRadar are of the opinion that cyclo-cross bikes should not

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More information at: BikeRadar, 9/2011 Trek Cronus CX Trek arrived late to the cyclo-cross bike party, but has their 2012 Cronus CX been worth waiting for? … to review

Lexa S (11)
Trek Lexa S (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

The Trek Lexa S has obviously been aimed at long leisure rides and sportives, with its relaxed and comfortable feel, though when pushed it can be quite fast. Cycling Weekly reckon it can turn its

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More information at: CyclingWeekly.co.uk, 9/2011 Trek Lexa S The rather flagging budget 1.2 road range for women has recently been replaced, this time with Trek choosing a much more dynamic sounding name - Lexa … to review

Trek Scratch 8 (2011)
Trek Scratch 8 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Men; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

The overall impression that Bike Radar got from the Scratch is that it's a very competent and flexible all-rounder, offering oodles of control and responsivity, good pedal efficiency, and

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More information at: BikeRadar, 8/2011 Trek Scratch 8 Trek has always had a reliable product in the Scratch, but this year it's decided to split the name into two models, one with air shock and the one reviewed here, which is equipped with coil suspension. … to review

Gary Fisher Collection X-Caliber 29er (11)
Trek Gary Fisher Collection X-Caliber 29er (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

Beautiful looks, an interesting spec list and superb handling make the X-Caliber 29er a fantastic and very comfortable choice if mile-munching is your sort of thing. The large wheels mean it's

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More information at: BikeRadar, 8/2011 Trek X-Caliber 29er Now that the Gary Fisher brand has been turned into a sub-collection in Trek's lineup, the X-Caliber has been given a new coat of paint; but it still bears the hallmarks of its original heritage. … to review

3500 (11)
Trek 3500 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

Considering its price, the 3500 is actually a very decent ride that offers a solid specification, an excellent paintjob and enough trail chops to keep first timers happy for a long time before

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More information at: BikeRadar, 6/2011 Trek 3500 Of all of Trek's budget adult bikes, the 3500 is the entry level model, and thus the most affordable in their whole range. … to review

Gary Fisher Collection Sawyer (2011)
Trek Gary Fisher Collection Sawyer (11)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

Wired.com fell hard for one of Trek's Gary Fisher Collection bikes, the Sawyer. With gorgeous curvy lines and a matte-paint finish, the look is modern yet sentimentally retro, but although good …

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Trek Scratch Air 9 (2011)
Trek Scratch Air 9 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Although the Scratch Air is not as light as other trail bikes, BikeRadar were surprised by its powerful uphill performance, something that its seat helps achieve by angling the rider's weight …

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Remedy 7 (11)
Trek Remedy 7 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

BikeRadar's wide range of reviewers all sang the Trek Remedy 7's praises. Thanks to a unique DRCV shock that uses dual inline air chambers, and an excellent frameset, it turned out to be a …

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Valencia + (2011)
Trek Valencia+ (2011)

Electric bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Unusually, but usefully, the Trek Valencia+ has pretty good gearing for an electric bike, according to BikeRadar. Even before adding batteries and motors, it's a good, fast base bike with …

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Product information and further reviews

Trek Fuel EX 9.8 (09) BikeRadar 10/2009 - The £4,500 carbon 9.9 may be the official superbike in Trek's Fuel EX family, but it turns out that its more affordably priced EX 9.8 brother, with its pearl white finish, is more than enough bike to compete with the very best.

Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL (US) (09) BikeRadar 6/2009 - We were impressed when we first tested Trek's cross-country full-suspension flagship at the Interbike show in Las Vegas last year. Now we've had time to put in some more miles on the Top Fuel 9.9 SSL - on both an early prototype and a full-blown production model - we have a clearer picture of its capabilities. Review details: Single test. One mountain bike was reviewed and rated on ride & handling, frame and equipment.

Trek Fuel EX 9.9 (09) BikeRadar 11/2008 - Frame and suspension designs on Trek's bikes have improved in leaps and bounds over the past few years. First impressions suggest its new 120mm-travel carbon Fuel EX may well be the most desirable all-rounder it has ever built.

Trek 7.6 FX (09) BikeRadar 3/2009 - We weren't all convinced by the looks of Trek's 2009 7.6 FX in the BikeRadar office. For an £800 bike it doesn't exactly ooze sexiness, but looks can be deceptive – and in this case they are.

Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL (09) BikeRadar 11/2008 - Completely new for 2009, the Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL is a full-suspension race weapon with a sprinkling of trail bike manners that make it more fun than any 22lb race bike has a right to be.

Trek 1.9 (09) BikeRadar 10/2008 - With a fair degree of inherent flex at the back of the frame, balanced by an elegant Bontrager carbon bladed fork, the Trek 1.9 doesn't take too kindly to blunt treatment. But if you treat it like a white vinyl-top Cadillac, with easygoing grace and style, you’ll be cruising with a smile.

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