Superbly tuned, competitive spec and solid feel topped off with a great ride - £2,000
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
29in wheels and solid frame which can be easily upgraded - £500
A 27.5in Fuel EX joins the existing 29er, but the real story is a leap forward in suspension damping
Can the Trek Remedy 650b outperform its bigger-wheeled brethren?
A decent platform let down by a lacklustre fork - £4,300
Read the full review of the Trek X-Caliber 7 hardtail
First introduced last season, the Stache is billed as a trail-ready 29er hardtail designed to meet all the exacting demands of the modern mountain biker. The frame shares most design…
MBR's Hardtail of the Year in the Women Specific category - read our full review here
New for 2013 is Trek’s latest incarnation of the ever-popular Fuel Ex, priced from £1,400. We swung a leg over the latest models in the Dolomites to see how the…
Has Trek found the cure to terrain multi-tasking with its Stealth Reverb and DRCV-equipped Remedy 9.8?
We test five amazing new carbon trail bikes in the April issue. Which one is fastest down our test track?
What does mbr really think about 29ers? Simple — there are good bikes and bad bikes. Find out how the Trek Rumblefish shapes up...