2013 Trek Stache 29er Is More Ready For The Trails Than You!
Trek’s Stache is designed for "trail riding," as the marketers are wont to say.
How convenient, I like to ride trails! The 120mm-travel Stache measures in with a 68.6 degree head angle, 17.52-inch long chainstays, and a 12.4-inch high bottom bracket. There's nothing shocking about those numbers. They represent a logical extension of Trek's 29er hardtail geometry, adjusted for an additional 20mm of fork travel, compared to the company’s XC hardtails.
The frame on the all-new-for-2013 Stache was designed from the ground up. The large hydroformed main tubes, tapered head tube, 142x12mm thru-axle rear, and press-fit bottom bracket let you know that Trek built the Stache to be strong and stiff. Other highlights include ISCG tabs, dropper post routing, sloping top tube, and plenty of tire clearance
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