Stache is an all-new species of 29+ mountain bike performance. The wide 3" tires grip relentlessly, amplifying all the benefits of 29ers, while remarkably short chainstays deliver a fun, lively ride.
Want the capability of a full suspension trail bike in a simple hardtail package, plus the extra benefits of 29+ tires? Then you were born to ride the Stache.
- 120mm travel and 29+ wheels let you roll over anything
- Shorter chainstays give you a spirited, lively ride
- Boost148/110: stronger wheels, more tire clearance, shorter stays
- Stranglehold adjustable thru axle lets you fine-tune the length of your chainstay
|Frame||Alpha Platinum Aluminum, Boost148, Midstay, E2 tapered head tube, internal derailleur & dropper post routing, Stranglehold dropouts, G2 Geometry|
|Fork||RockShox Yari RL, Solo Air, Motion Control damper, E2 tapered steerer, Boost110, G2 Geometry w/51mm offset, 120mm travel|
|Headset||FSA IS-2, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom|
Front: 110 x 15mm
Rear: 148 x 12mm
|Rims/Wheels||SUNringle Duroc 50 SL 28-hole, tubeless strips and valves included|
|Hubs||Bontrager sealed bearing alloy|
|Tires||Bontrager Chupacabra, Tubeless Ready, Inner Strength sidewalls, 120tpi, aramid bead, 29x3.00"|
|Crankset||Race Face Aeffect|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano SLX M7000, Shadow Plus|
|Cassette/Rear Cogs||Shimano SLX M7000, 11-46, 11 speed|
|Shifters||Shimano SLX M7000, 11 speed|
|Handlebars||Bontrager Line, 35mm, 15mm rise, 750mm width|
|Tape/Grips||Bontrager Race Lite, lock-on|
|Stem||Bontrager Line, 35mm, 0 degree, 50mm length|
|Brakes||Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc|
|Saddle||Bontrager Evoke 2, chromoly rails|
|Seat Post||Dropper post, Bontrager lever, 31.6mm, internal routing|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number||Store SKU|
|Matte Dnister Black / 15.5-inch||00601479724215||555320||TRK-555320||STA27962092K|
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This bike will put a grin on your face every day!! street, bmx, trail, mountain. Ride it everywhere
It's not the fastest or smoothest bike out there, but definitely the most fun all-around bike I have ridden. Trek nailed the sweet spot between a 29'er hardtail and fatbike. The tires are huge, but light with insane traction (I weight 170 and run mine at 12psi). Most of the climbing around here is loose and rocky with tight switchbacks, and this bike charges through everything that had me walking on my other bikes. I feel more confident descending than on my full suspension bike, since the big tires, short wheelbase, and low bottom bracket height make rock drops and off-camber corners no problem. I took it down a little slalom section, and was surprised how it felt more like a BMX bike than a massive 29er while airing off of some jumps. Overall, this is a great bike for anyone who wants ride as much of the trail as possible and have a fun time doing it.
I have not had that much fun since I put a RockShock on my Klein in the early 1980s. Above 50 miles, I should probably use my road bike, but it is so much fun chasing these huge tires down the road. I weigh 240 lbs and run 25 psi on pavement, tubeless. Off pavement, it won't make an old fat man like me fly up the hill, but it never loses traction, and entertains me with allowing me to play with the terrain, rather than just bust through difficult section, like on my 29er fully. Off road, I have not tried pressures below 15 psi. And getting used to the enormous traction will make me quite a bit faster in the turns, over time. Gearing is surprisingly adequate from steep climbs to hunting down some roadies. BTW: Tell your roady friends to slow down in tight corners. They don't have the traction to make the turns as fast as you do. Just had a guy crash behind me, today.