Hot Deals from Trek and Bontrager
As two of the most revered brands in cycling, Trek and Bontrager have produced hundreds if not thousands of great products. From bikes to helmets to shoes and so much more, the two companies that live under one roof in Waterloo, Wisconsin, have you covered from head to toe. Here are some great deals on some of those products.
Trek’s fastest, lightest, most innovative helmet ever.
A daylight-visible tail light with 65 Lumens of balanced light visible up to 2 kilometers away.
A naturally moisture-wicking wool sock featuring arch compression for a comfortable stay-put fit.
Built for warmth and comfort, the Old Man Winter shoe thrives in harsh conditions.
Go-anywhere, do-anything technical trail shoe for today’s all-mountain rider or enduro racer.
A stylish around-town shirt with integrated visibility features.
Roscoe 7 is the ideal entry-level trail mountain bike for riders who want a hardtail that’s lively and fun. Confidence-inspiring 27.5+ wheels with mid-fat tires, a plush suspension fork, and an easy-to-use 1x drivetrain make Roscoe 7 stable enough for new riders, and playful enough to make even the most experienced shredders smile. Limited sizes available.
Stache 9.7 is Trek’s lightest 29+ trail hardtail. It’s built with an OCLV Mountain Carbon frame that’s shockingly light for its oversized appearance, a premium RockShox Pike fork with 120mm of travel, and performance parts like a SRAM Eagle drivetrain. The 3˝ mid-fat tires and full carbon frame make it Trek’s most fun and capable hardtail mountain bike ever.
Émonda SLR 9 is the lightest road bike Trek makes, and that’s exactly why the pros of Trek-Segafredo ride it on the biggest climbs of the Grand Tours. A 700 Series OCLV Carbon frame, Aeolus 3 D3 carbon wheels, and a full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 electronic drivetrain give you the ultimate lightweight advantage.
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