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Trek Farley 5
$1,729.99 - $1,819.99
Farley changes the game for fat bikes. With lightweight carbon or alloy frame options and the ability to accommodate 5" tires and a variety of wheel sizes, Farley is the quickest and most versatile fat bike ever. Fat bikes give you more places, more seasons to ride. From dunes to drifts, race to recreation, Farley lets you tackle anything, any time, for any reason. Fatten up this season. Key features - Ride your way: accommodates 26" x 5" or 27.5" x 4.5" wheels - Light, super-strong Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame - Trail-optimized geometry for the best handling in any season - E2 head tube gives you precise handling in gnarly conditions
Trek Farley 8
$3,149.99
Remember way back in the day when we called fat bikes "snow" bikes? Trek's Farley 8 has hit the mainstream and we could not be happier. There's nothing like ripping a fat bike over singletrack, regardless of the season. Roots, rocks, sand: they all disappear under you thanks to 3.8-inch tires and the 100mm-travel Bluto fork. And, yeah, the Farley is great in the white stuff, too. Trek's light aluminum frame is quick and nimble, and the tubeless-ready Jackalope wheels shed 4 pounds over other fat wheels, so you whip this thing around like it's nothing. The 1x11 SRAM drivetrain keeps it clean and gives you plenty of gears for serious adventure in literally any weather and Avid's disc brakes keep you always in total control. Now go get lost.
Trek Farley 9
$3,359.99
Trek's Farley 9 takes you to places few bikes dare to go with no limitations, from sunny singletrack, to snowy slopes, to muddy forests. Thanks to a light aluminum frame, a dialed geometry, and tubeless-ready wheels, the Farley is a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike. Up front, bumps are muted even further with the RockShox Bluto throwing down 100mm travel. Additionally, Trek was thinking versatility, so you've got front/rear rack compatibility, fender mounts, and internal cable and dropper post routing for when the terrain gets really hairy. And the frame accommodates 26 x 5 or 27.5 x 4-inch wheels. A 1x11 SRAM X1 drivetrain powers the 3.8-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec.
Trek Farley 6
$1,869.99
From scorched sand dunes to winter white outs, and everything in between, Trek's Farley takes you to places few bikes dare to go. Let's not pigeonhole this big boy, it's just as fast and fun when the sun is out on your local trails. Thanks to a tapered head tube, Closed Covert rear through axle and a dialed geometry, the Farley is a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike. Trek was thinking versatility, so you've got front/rear rack compatibility, fender mounts, and internal cable and dropper post routing for when the terrain gets really hairy. A 2x10 drivetrain powers the 3.8-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec. All-season adventure begins with Farley.
Trek Farley 7
$2,419.99
The fat bike has grown into its own, from the niche to the mainstream, and Trek's all-season Farley 7 is right there. It takes you to places few bikes dare to go with no limitations, from sunny singletrack, to snowy slopes, to muddy forests. Thanks to a tapered head tube, dialed geometry, and Closed Covert rear through axle, the aluminum Farley is a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike. Trek was thinking versatility, so you've got front/rear rack compatibility, fender mounts, and internal cable and dropper post routing for when the terrain gets really hairy. And the frame and fork accommodate 26 x 5 or 27.5 x 4-inch wheels. A 1x11 SRAM GX1 drivetrain powers the 4.7-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec.
Trek Farley 9.8
$5,039.99
Remember way back in the day when we called fat bikes "snow" bikes? Trek's Farley 9.8 has hit the mainstream and we could not be happier. There's nothing like ripping a fat bike over singletrack, regardless of the season. Roots, rocks, sand: they all disappear under you thanks to 27.5 x 3.8-inch tires and the super light carbon frame. And, yeah, the Farley is great in the packed white stuff, too. It's quick and nimble, and the tubeless-ready carbon wheels are so light, you whip this thing around like it's nothing. The 1x11 SRAM/Race Face drivetrain keeps it clean and gives you plenty of gears for serious adventure in literally any weather while SRAM's Guide disc brakes keep you in total control. Now go get lost.
Trek Farley 9.6
$3,149.99
Where will you go on your Farley 9.6? The answer is: anywhere you want. Trek's lauded OCLV carbon frame rolling on fat tubeless-ready 27.5 x 3.8-inch tires gives you the balance of low weight and agility mixed with insane traction and control. A carbon Bontrager fork leads the way while a 1x11 SRAM drivetrain keeps it simple and gives you plenty of gears for serious adventures in literally any weather, on any terrain. Avid disc brakes keep you in total control, and Bonty provides the cockpit to complete this go-anywhere machine.
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