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The reviews are in, and our mountain bikes win

The all-new lineup of Trek mountain bikes have recently received rave reviews from a number of publications throughout the industry. From the all-new Fuel EX to the Session 9.9, the reviews keep rolling in with the same verdict - two thumbs up!

Remedy 9.8 27.5
"Pointed downhill the Remedy has tons of potential... the bike's geometry helps create a ride that's stable and really fun to charge on." Read the review on Vitalmtb.

Slash 9 27.5
" can take the 160mm Slash anywhere and push yourself to new limits while also having fun..." Read the review on Pinkbike.

Session 9.9
"I have little doubt that this Trek Session 9.9 is the fastest production downhill bike currently available. Read the review on Dirt.

Fuel EX 9 29
"... allow[s] its rider to power up punch and grunt climbs and slice and dice technical trail with ruthless efficiency." Read the review on NSMB.

Today's Tip

Proper Shifting Helps Your Bike Last Longer, Work Better - With so many gears on a multi-speed bike, it's tempting to use them all. Yet, a derailleur-equipped bicycle actually has a few gears you're better off not using, based upon how extreme the sideways bend in the chain can become. "Chainline" is the term which refers to the relative straightness of the chain's path as it encircles the front and rear gears. Chainline is at its most problematic angle when using two combinations of gears together: either the largest gears in front and back, or the smallest gears in front and back. Even when your drivetrain (derailleurs, gearsets, and chain) is properly set up and adjusted, using these "extreme" gear combinations creates excessive drivetrain noise and wear, which reduces the useful life of the drivetrain parts. You can still celebrate that your bike has 24 speeds. And if you only use 22 of them, it'll last you longer, too.

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