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Trek Top Fuel

Swing a leg over the Trek Top Fuel 9 and the first thing you notice is the suspension is keen to get working. It’s a seriously rapid bike on the…

£3,000.00
Score 8

trek fuel ex plus

Trek’s venerable Fuel gets a high-octane boost in the form of Plus-size wheels with the Trek Fuel EX Plus 9.8 27.5. Beautiful to behold and a joy to ride.

£4,100.00
Score 9

trek slash 29

The new Trek Slash 29 sounds rock and roll and looks stunning, but does it go like a bat out of hell? When it’s time to go fast it gets…

£6,000.00
Score 9

Trek’s WSD Remedy 8 uses the exact same geometry as the unisex Remedy — so no messing around with a shape that works to make it ‘suitable’ for the female

£2,400.00

The Cali’s handling capability and reassuring stability make it a fun bike to ride, with the result being that your skills can develop while you’re having a blast.

£550.00
Score 8

Trek’s latest e-bike isn’t simply about climbing higher, riding further or exploring more; it’s also about having a total blast in the process.

£4,350.00
Score 9

The Trek looks amazing and has a decent spec, it’s just a shame the frame isn’t more trail-focused

£749.00
Score 7

Need to know: Kids’ full- suspension bike with 26in wheels and 2x drivetrain 90mm of travel front and rear Powerful Shimano M355 disc brakes Comes with all the standard Fuel…

£1,400.00

Superbly tuned, competitive spec and solid feel topped off with a great ride - £2,000

£2,000.00
Score 9

The Trek Skye SLX impressed with its tuned fork and wheels size specific approach in the £750 women's category in the Hardtail of the Year test

£775.00
Score 8

A decent platform let down by a lacklustre fork - £4,300

£4,300.00
Score 6