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Trek Procaliber 8 2019 Mountain Bike £940.50 Using Click & Collect @ Evans Cycles
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Trek Procaliber 8 2019 Mountain Bike £940.50 Using Click & Collect @ Evans Cycles

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Posted 3rd Feb

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A good price on this model if it's one that you've been considering, finally under £1000 which I think it a fair price for it. Obviously it depends what you're wanting. Available in 15.5 / 17.5 / 18.5 inch at the moment. Click & Collect only at this price.

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Who is this bike for?
Riders looking for a partner for offroad adventures on singletrack and trails. Cross-country hardtails are about covering big distances, whether in a race or riding with your friends. Cross-Country bikes use forks with 80 to 120mm of travel, and are sometimes equipped with a fork lockout to make them even more efficient on smooth ground.

About the Bike
Procaliber 8 delivers all the trims of a race-ready XC mountain bike – RockShox fork, SRAM 1x12 drivetrain – on a lightweight, durable Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame with an IsoSpeed decoupler that smooths out rough trail. This is a high-quality hardtail with the key performance upgrades chosen to help you towards your fastest, longest rides ever. You like the responsiveness of an aluminium frame, and would rather spend your money on better components than a full carbon frame. You want a ride that's lightweight and responsive, with an IsoSpeed decoupler and carbon seatpost, so you can pedal over rough spots with comfort and ease.

A durable and light Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame with IsoSpeed, SRAM NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain with a wider-range GX Eagle cassette, Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes and an advanced RockShox Recon Gold RL air fork with Motion Control damper and a remote lockout. Plus, Boost 148/110 Bontrager Kovee Comp wheels with a 54-tooth Rapid Drive hub for quick engagement and additional lightweight parts, like a Bontrager Pro OCLV Carbon seatpost and Montrose Comp saddle. This is hands down the best aluminium hardtail we make. You're getting Trek's highest-grade Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame, the unique advantage of trail-smoothing IsoSpeed, a full-on race-worthy spec and quality suspension that you'd normally find on a much more expensive bike.

Key Features

  • Alpha Platinum Aluminium Frame allows easier handling on the toughest of trails
  • RockShox Recon Gold RL Fork is ready to tackle the most demanding trail and enduro rides
  • SRAM NX Eagle 12 Speed Drivetrain delivers personalized gear choices that take you as far and wide as you want to go
  • Shimano MT500 Hydraulic Disc Brakes for reliability and consistency you can count on
  • Bontrager XR2 Team Issue 27.5/29 x 2.2˝ Tyres offers Incredible traction and cornering for loose and rocky trails, wet or dry

About the Brand
Trek Bikes began in 1976, and their mission was simple: Build the best bikes in the world. Today, Trek gives the brightest and most passionate cycling designers and researchers the resources to question everything. Because innovation happens only when you have the courage to ask the hard questions and go where no one has gone before. To lead, you must invent. Trek Factory Racing athletes compete at the highest level of their sport and inspire all to experience the grit and glory of professional cycling.
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There is no such material as 'Alpha platinum aluminium' its just marketing and they don't even tell you what material it actually is but probably 6061 although it could be 7005 as some brands still use it. Unsure which factory makes Trek frames at the moment but there have been many different factories in the past including Giant but most brands now use different factories as Giant has become very expensive as a OEM supplier. I believe their CF frames have recently been made by Quest Composites but aluminium don't know. I'm just making the point the bike won't be made in a Trek factory and there is some dishonesty, manipulation in their marketing information. Judge the bike on what you are getting in components for the money not the original retail price.
Trek and Evans... Keep the receipts
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