Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The Trek 2013 Dual Sport 8.6 Review - Road and Off Road


2013 Trek Dual Sport 8.6

Great Value in a Bike Designed to go anywhere you want to go.

Cyclists looking for a great bike to ride around the city or commute to work will find it in the 2013 Trek Dual Sport 8.6. As suggested by it's name, it's a great everyday rider as well as being able to take on an adventurous trail or fire road. The bike easily accommodates 700x35c tires with fenders, or you can put on beefy Bontrager XDX 29"x1.8" MTB tires without fenders for your weekend trail ride. The frame is designed to absorb 20mm worth of roots, curbs, and railroad tracks without a shock! They call the system IsoZone, and it adds comfort and durability directly into the frame. Trek also utilized a handlebar mounted control for on-the-fly suspension lockout which allows you to lock your suspension without having to move your hands too much.

Trek went with Bontrager bars and grips to ensure comfort, control, and durability, as well as providing a nice upright ride that's easy to enjoy.

Trek Dual Sport bikes are the right solution for the multi-purpose rider, designed for weekday-to-weekend versatility. It's comfortable, ergonomic, and capable features are essential for the frequent rider. Having a choice in tire size is also a nice option for mixed use. Its fast and efficient on pavement, as well as capable and confident on the dirt.

Check it out today at any one of Scheller's five locations. There are two locations in Louisville, two in Lexington, and one in Clarksville to best suit your needs. You can reach us at (812) 288-6100 or visit our website at www.schellers.com

Don't wait, come see the 2013 Trek DS 8.6 today! You can take a test ride to see just how great this bike really is.


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