Trek's new FX Sport 5 is what happens when you let the dreamers loose in the design studio. It checks all the boxes when it comes to a multi-purpose bike that performs beyond all expectations. Ultralight 400 Series carbon fiber is used to build the frame and FX carbon fiber fork. With it, every hill is more conquerable, every incline becomes easier. OCLV carbon fiber isn't just about lightness, though. Strength is a major part of what makes any bike perform better. Pedaling response is better, and overall handling is more precise. The FX Sport 5's BB86.5 bottom bracket anchors the crankset for flex-free power delivery, while the tapered head tube adds an extra dash of precision in every turn. 400 Series carbon fiber is already known for soaking up vibration, but the addition of the IsoSpeed decoupler at the top of the seat tube improves ride quality further. A pair of cartridge bearings allow the seat tube to pivot independently from the rest of the frame, doubling frame compliance and soaking up harsh bumps and potholes on rides long and short. A light, responsive bike that is also comfortable? The FX Sport 5 does it all! Details found throughout the bike make the FX Sport 5 a better machine in many ways. Vanishing fender mounts and a removeable seatstay bridge allow fender installation, making the bike an excellent commuting option. A 3S chain keeper prevents dropped chains, roadside stops and grimy fingers. There's even an aperture for an ANT+ DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay (sold separately). 12mm thru-axle hubs front and rear not only guarantee perfect brake disc alignment whenever wheels are installed, but also enhance the bike's overall torsional strength. Internal cable routing adds a clean, sleek look to the bike.
With such an impressive frame, the rest of the FX Sport 5 needed to perform just as well. Shimano's 10-speed Tiagra components are found throughout the FX Sport 5, adding precise operation and shifting with every mile. The Tiagra flat-bar shifters, Tiagra derailleurs, 50/34T compact Tiagra crankset and 11-34T Tiagra cassette all work in concert, ensuring long service life as well as a very wide gearing range for hilly rides. Alloy tubeless-ready Bontrager Affinity Disc wheels and 700x32c R1 Hard-Case Lite tires add confident grip and easy acceleration. Reigning in speed is the job of Shimano's MT201 hydraulic disc brakes, boasting outstanding stopping power and lever feedback. Bontrager also supplies the Montrose Comp saddle, alloy seatpost, alloy Satellite Plus IsoZone handlebar and accessory-ready alloy Elite Blendr stem.
Is it a fitness bike? High-performance commuter bike? Flat-bar disc-brake road bike? Yes.
Trek's new FX Sport Carbon 4 brings simplicity and lightness to performance road hybrids with an extra dose of technology. Impressive lightness is gained when the FX Sport 4 is produced with a 400 Series carbon fiber frame and FX carbon fiber fork. With it, every hill is more conquerable with less effort. OCLV carbon fiber isn't just about lightness, though. Strength is a major part of what makes any bike perform better. Pedaling delivery is better, and overall handling is more precise. The FX Sport Carbon 4's BB86.5 bottom bracket anchors the GRX crankset for flex-free power delivery, while the tapered head tube adds an extra dash of precision in every turn. 400 Series carbon fiber is already known for soaking up vibration, but the addition of the IsoSpeed decoupler at the top of the seat tube improves ride quality further. A pair of cartridge bearings allow the seat tube to pivot indepedently from the rest of the frame, doubling frame compliance and soaking up harsh bumps and potholes on rides long and short. A light, responsive bike that is also comfortable? The FX Sport Carbon 4 does it all!
Details found throughout the bike make the FX Sport 4 a better machine in many ways. Vanishing fender mounts and a removeable seatstay bridge allow fender installation, making the bike an excellent commuting option. A 3S chain keeper prevents roadside stops and grimy fingers. There's even an aperture for an ANT+ DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay (sold separately). 12mm thru-axle hubs front and rear not only guarantee perfect brake disc alignment whenever wheels are installed, but also enhance the bike's overall torsional strength. Internal cable routing adds a sleek look to the bike's lines.Shimano supplies the FX Sport Carbon 4's rugged and precise 11-speed GRX drivetrain, ensuring brilliant performance for years to come. The drivetrain is single-ring style, bringing simplicity while still boasting a wide gearing range. A Shimano RS700 flat-bar shifter operates a GRX RX812 long-cage rear derailleur, requiring much less hand strength to change gears. The rear derailleur boasts a clutch that keeps chain tension tight for perfect shifts, even while clattering over rough trails and railway crossings. An 11-42T Shimano SLX cassette and 42T GRX crankset brings a very wide gearing range to the FX Sport Carbon 4.
Bontrager brings a Tubeless Ready Disc alloy wheelset to the FX Sport Carbon 4, ensuring high performance and durability. A 32-spoke build is rugged while still lightweight, while Bontrager's 700x32c R1 Hard-Case Lite tires add confident grip, especially in high speed corners and descents. Helping to reign in speed is a set of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes that perform in all conditions, rain or shine.
The FX Sport Carbon 4's touch points are the last line of defense against road harshness. A Bontrager H1 saddle and Satellite IsoZone Plus ergonomic grips handle long days on pavement (or off!) with aplomb.
If you own only one bike for different rides every day, and it still needs to be a hybrid, check out the Trek Dual Sport 3.
Commutes? Fitness rides? Exploring gravel trails? On the same bike? The Dual Sport series does the job nicely. The Dual Sport 3's lightweight Alpha Gold aluminum frame and SR Suntour NEX suspension fork makes light work of hills and rough gravel surfaces. Mounts for bottle cages, racks and fenders make the Dual Sport 3 extremely versatile for commutes and day trips. Internal cable routing keeps the Dual Sport 3 looking clean and sleek. Shimano's proven Acera 9-speed shifters, Acera front derailleur and Shimano Alivio rear derailleur bring fingertip operation to the Dual Sport 3. A 46/30T Shimano crankset and 11-36T Shimano cassette boasts a massive gearing range for tackling challenging hills and inclines. Tubeless-ready alloy Bontrager wheels are wrapped with 700x40c semi-treaded Bontrager GR1 Expert tires, offering excellent grip on trails paved and unpaved. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes help keep speed reigned in on days rainy and sunny. An accessory-ready alloy Blendr stem, alloy handlebar, alloy seatpost and Bontrager Nebula saddle completes the cockpit of this do-it-all runabout.
The FX 3 Disc is a straightforward machine that gets the job done. even if you need it to do many jobs!
Everyone who rides even short distances knows that a light bike is good, but a light and comfortable bike is better. The FX 3 Disc's Alpha Gold aluminum frame and carbon fiber fork keep overall weight very low. The bike's upright fit, comfy Bontrager H1 saddle and long-tail Satellite IsoZone grips make every mile more comfortable, too. Details like internal cable routing, accessory mounts on the stem, and rack and fender mounts make the FX 3 Disc a useful machine for commuting, shopping and day trips. At your fingertips are 9-speed Shimano shifters, making every gear change simple and quick. A 46/30T Shimano double crankset and 11-36T Shimano cassette boast a massive gearing range for challenging routes and heavy cargo. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes feature excellent stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Tubeless-ready alloy Bontrager wheels are shod with Bontrager own 700x32c H2 Hard-Case Lite tires that excel on pavement and hardpan trails alike. The aformentioned H1 saddle sits atop an alloy seatpost, while an alloy Bontrager handlebar lets you guide the FX 3 Disc to your destination.
Hybrids come in all shapes and sizes now, but our customers are looking for a bike that does plenty of things well. The Escape 1 Disc does exactly that!
The flagship of the Escape line uses the same ALUXX-Grade aluminum frame as the rest of the line, and finishes it off with a Composite carbon fiber fork that keeps overall bike weight low. The fork's ride quality also makes rougher roads just a little smoother, too. Out back, an alloy D-Fuse seatpost soaks up impacts better than a classic cylindrical post. With room for up to 45c tires, the Escape 1 Disc can tackle rough roads, gravel and dirt paths with ease. Mounts for racks, fenders and bottle cages add an extra level of practicality to the bike. An upright fit makes it easy to see the road ahead.
The Shimano drivetrain on the Escape 1 Disc is especially precise, featuring a Shadow-style Alivio mountain bike derailleur that shifts well under hard pedaling loads. The alloy Shimano 46/30T crankset boasts flex-free power delivery, while an 11-36T Shimano cassette brings a wide gearing range to the bike. Tubeless-ready alloy Giant GX wheels are wrapped with 700x38c Giant Crosscut Metro treaded tires, adding easy acceleration and confident grip to every ride. Tektro hydraulic disc brakes command excellent stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. A Giant Sport Comfort saddle, and alloy handlebar and stem completes the Escape 1 Disc.
Hybrids like the Dual Sport 2 for women aren't just for rides around the park on Sundays. They're for making meet-ups and meeting goals, on road and off.
The Dual Sport 2 starts with a well-fitting Alpha Gold aluminum frame, keeping the bike light and responsive over hill and dale. The overall fit and geometry works with a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get a comfortable position for fitness rides and commutes to work. Mounting points for racks, fenders and bottle cages add versatility to the Dual Sport 2. There's even an aperture in the left chainstay for an ANT+/Bluetooth speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) to help keep track of ride data on your smartphone. Cool, huh? Up front, a Suntour NEX suspension fork soaks up impacts with 63mm of travel, helping to keep the front wheel when you point it. There's even a lockout knob to give the bike a more "roadie" feel on pavement.
Shimano's 8-speed shifters and derailleurs allow for lightning-quick shifting at your fingertips. A triple crankset and 11-32T cassette offer a huge gearing range for tackling steep climbs and carrying heavy loads. Tektro hydraulic disc brakes boast excellent stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Alloy Bontrager wheels are wrapped with semi-treaded 700x40c GR1 Comp tires, bringing confident grip on pavement and gravel surfaces. A women's Bontrager Sport saddle, alloy seatpost, accessory-ready Blendr stem and alloy handlebar round out this go-getting machine.
A hybrid bicycle like the Verve should make every mile easy and comfortable. Part of making the ride "easy" is knowing that your brakes will work exactly the way you want. That's where disc brakes come in. Not only are disc brakes brilliant in wet weather, they also make every stop confident and predictable. That's what gives you the peace of mind that lets you enjoy every ride even more.
Disc brakes aren't the only thing going for the Verve 2 Disc. The frame of the bike is built with Trek's own Alpha Gold aluminum, keeping weight low and soaking up fatiguing vibration. The bike's upright fit and long wheelbase add comfort and stability during long rides on pavement both rough and smooth. The alloy stem is also also adjustable, allowing a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable. Four sizes make for easy fitting, too. Plans for commuting or rides to the famer's market? The Verve 2 Disc is ready to be practical, thanks to rack and fender mounts.
Shimano provides the 8-speed shifters and derailleurs, making every gear change swift and precise. An alloy 48/38/28T triple crankset and Shimano 11-32T cassette boasts a huge gearing range for steep hills and heavy loads. The Verve 2 Disc is fitted with alloy Bontrager Connection wheels, bringing easy acceleration and light weight. 700x45c Bontrager H5 semi-treaded tires soak up crumbling trails and gravel surfaces with aplomb. A comfy Bontrager Boulevard saddle and adjustable suspension seatpost make potholes almost unnnoticeable.
If the roads are rough or smooth, or the weather is sunny or wet, the Verve 2 Disc is always the right choice!
?Better bikes make every ride -every mile- more enjoyable! Trek does this with the latest version of the FX 2 now featuring hydraulic disc brakes.
The FX 2 has been a long-running success for us at Machinery Row. Everyone likes the light weight, great handling, long service life and overall versatility of this fan favorite. Trek didn't mess with a good thing for 2020. They kept the lightweight frame, excellent fit and posture, user-friendly features and durability. They added something that has been trickling down from mountain bikes for awhile: Flat-mount disc brakes!
By building the FX 2 Disc around a strong, light Alpha Gold aluminum frame, Trek kept the FX 2 Disc a nimble machine for urban errands, fitness rides, bike path adventures and whatever else crosses your mind. Internal cable routing keeps the FX 2 Disc looking clean and sleek. Mounts for fenders, racks and water bottle cages opens up all sorts of possibilities! For the fitness rider wanting to keep track of ride details, there's an aperture in the left chainstay for an ANT+/Bluetooth DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) that can connect with your smartphone or handlebar computer. Need a place for your Bontrager headlight or RideTime computer? The alloy Bontrager Blendr stem boasts a front-and-center mount for exactly those items! The overall fit of the FX 2 Disc offers a more upright posture, and a cushy Bontrager sport saddle and long-tail Satellite grips make for comfortable touchpoints.
Shimano provides the 8-speed shifters, Acera rear derailleur and Tourney front derailleur, giving the FX 2 Disc precise shifting and long service life. An alloy 48/38/28T crankset and 11-32T Shimano cassette adds a massive gearing range to the FX 2 Disc for steep climbs and long rides. 32-spoke alloy Bontrager Connection wheels are shod with 700x35c Bontrager H2 semi-treaded tires for easy speed and assuring grip. Those aforementioned Tektro disc brakes are hydraulic and add plenty of stopping power in wet or dry conditions. Commute confidently!
Trek's FX 2 for women is better than ever! Looking for a lighter, quicker way around town? Finally replacing that old boat-anchor of a bike? Look no further.
The FX 2 has been improved on since last year's version. A lighter frame built with Trek's exclusive Alpha Gold aluminum gives the FX 2 a quicker feel, and makes steep hills easier. Mounts for a rear rack, fenders and bottle cages make the FX 2 a smart choice for commuting and trips to the farmer's market. There's even an aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) in the left chainstay.
Steep hills with bags of groceries aboard the FX 2 become less challenging with the wide gearing range provided by a 48/38/28T triple crankset and Shimano 11-32T cassette. Shifting is at your fingertips with Shimano 8-speed shifters and derailleurs, while hydraulic Tektro disc brakes help reign in speed in all conditions, rain or shine. Alloy Bontrager Connection wheels are shod with semi-treaded 700x35c Bontrager H2 tires, making every path smoother. A comfy Bontrager Sport Women's saddle, accessory-ready alloy Blendr stem, alloy seatpost, alloy handlebar and long-tail Satellite grips complete this city-ready machine.