Trek is a family-owned company, so they know a thing or two about bringing along the whole crew. Enter Trek's Farley 24: the kid-sized, all-season fat bike. Trek has been making some of the best kids' bikes for years, and the Farley 24 is no exception. It’s a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike with a 1 x 9-speed drivetrain that powers the monstrous 4.0-inch tires. A host of Bontrager components make for a high-quality bike with long-lasting fun. All-season, all-family adventure begins with Farley.
Pair Trek's legendary suspension system with fat tires? Yes, please! The Farley EX 8 does exactly that, for a bike that can tackle any terrain and any conditions with a fun, playful approach. The lightweight Alpha Platinum aluminum frame features a 197mm-wide rear axle with Trek's Active Braking Pivot (ABP), full floater linkage, and Fox's RE:aktiv shock for a supple, responsive suspension system that's even active under braking. RockShox's Bluto adds 120mm of rock and root-swallowing travel as well as a 150 x 15mm thru-axle. 80mm-wide SUNringlé Mulefüt rims bring it all together, with Bontrager's 27.5 x 3.8-inch Hodag tires ensuring a big, stable footprint and loads of grip as you rail berms and fly through rock gardens. SRAM's 11-speed GX drivetrain gives you the range and reliability to ride anywhere and climb anything, while their Level T brakes offer controlled modulation. Wide Bontrager bars and a KS dropper post round out the trail chops on this fat-tired wonder-bike.
Trek’s Farley 9.8 is even cooler than the snowy trails on which it was born. But, you don’t need cold white stuff to have a blast on this lightweight carbon funmobile. The fabulously fat 27.5 x 4.5-inch tires deliver incredible traction and trail control in every season on all kinds of surfaces. They are mounted to a pair of insanely lightweight carbon Trek Wampa wheels that combine forces with the carbon frame and Bontrager Haru Pro carbon fork to deliver a powerful, shredworthy platform for full-fat fun. Thru-axles front and rear ensure all the power that you mash into the Race Face crank goes to work through SRAM’s buttery X01 11-speed drivetrain. SRAM’s Guide RS brakes offer the power to bring your speed back into orbit with fingertip control. Your cockpit is chock-full of Bontrager’s carbon components, which look as good as they perform and keep the weight down—because fat doesn't have to mean heavy.
Where will you go on your Farley 9.6? The answer is: anywhere you want. Trek's lauded OCLV carbon frame rolling on 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 Haru fork leads the way, while a 1 x 11-speed SRAM drivetrain keeps it simple, giving you plenty of gears for serious adventures in any weather, on any terrain. SRAM Level T disc brakes keep you in total control, and Bontrager provides the cockpit spec to ensure excellent comfort and fit on this go-anywhere machine.
From dunes to drifts, race to recreation, the Farley 9.9 lets you tackle anything, any time, for any reason. Fat Bike Nationals? Check. JP's Fat Pursuit? No biggie. All the singletrack you can fit into a Saturday on your own local trails? Definitely. Trek's legendary OCLV carbon frame features a 197mm-wide rear axle, which gives you short chain stays for snappy handling and the ability to run 26 x 5-inch or 27.5 x 4-inch fatties! The carbon Haru Pro fork offers the same clearance with a 150mm thru-axle and a tapered steerer that ensures dialed tracking. 85mm-wide HED Big Half Deal carbon rims sport Bontrager's Barbegazi 27.5 x 4.5-inch tires for a wide, extremely lightweight footprint and phenomenal traction. SRAM’s 12-speed XX1 Eagle drivetrain is your wide-range, go-anywhere transmission, climbing hills with ease and accelerating like a shot out of corners. And, scrub speed in a hurry with a mere squeeze of the SRAM Guide Ultimate brakes that offer precise all-condition control, so you can push your fun a little further. Your cockpit is chock-full of Bontrager’s XXX carbon components, which look as good as they perform and keep the weight down—because fat doesn't have to mean heavy.
Trek’s all-season Farley 7 takes on whatever you can throw at it. Snow, sand, roots, and rocks—it’s all good when you’re on a Farley. The lightweight aluminum frame features a 197mm-wide rear axle, which gives you short chain stays for snappy handling and the ability to run 26 x 5-inch or 27.5 x 4-inch fatties! The carbon Haru fork offers the same clearance with 150mm thru-axle and a tapered steerer that ensures dialed tracking. 80mm-wide Sun Ringle Mule Fut rims sport Bontrager's Barbegazi tires for a wide footprint and phenomenal traction. SRAM’s GX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain is your wide-range, go-anywhere transmission, climbing hills with ease and accelerating like a shot out of corners. And, scrub speed in a hurry with a mere squeeze of the SRAM Level T brakes that offer precise all-condition control, so you can push your fun a little further. Wide Bontrager bars and a Blendr compatible stem wrap wrap this rig up and guarantees the stoke remains high.
Trek’s Farley EX 9.8 is for you all-season riders who are tired of two-wheeled limitations. Farley’s OCLV Mountain Carbon frame weighs next to nothing, yet serves up 120mm of controlled suspension from a Fox RE:activ shock, Full Floater linkage, and ABP. Add a Bluto fork and you get legit trail bike chops with unparalleled fat bike capability. Whether you’re riding high country singletrack in the summer or snow-covered wonderlands in the winter, the 27.5 x 3.8-inch Bontrager Hodag tires provide unbelievable traction and stability, wrapped around flyweight 80mm-wide Trek Wampa carbon wheels that are tubeless-ready for even more weight loss and performance gain. Spin up your Race Face Next crankset to power SRAM’s precise, reliable 11-speed X01 drivetrain, and rely on SRAM once againfor speed control and modulation with Guide brakes. Wide Bontrager carbon bars and a Bontrager dropper post ensure that this rig descends with a confidence that will put "skinny" tired-bikes to shame.
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