Trek Remedy 9.9 2011 Mountain Bike

Trek Remedy 9.9

Brand new for 2011, the Trek Remedy 9.9 is lighter, tighter, and more versatile than the 2010 Remedy bike. I have a confession to make, I love Trek bikes. I still have a 8500 hardtail in the garage for when I want some old-school backside hanging out, lightweight trail-blazing, hardcore fun! So to say this is going to be a lob-sided review is, well, er, true!

Having said that, the Trek Remedy 9.9 has earnt its praise so we’re not telling you anything you don’t already know. Refined to 150mm of matched front and rear travel and a DRCV rear shock, the Trek Remedy 9.9 2011 Mountain Bike will allow you to ride new lines, manage awesome descents with ease and climb outrageous hills with a spring in your metaphorical step.

The Remedy 9.9 2011 bike is not the cheapest you’ll ever see, but if your reading this then you are likely to be an appreciator of the finer things in life. Here’s the low-down on price; the Trek Remedy 9.9 2011 is £6,499.99 which compares to £4,999.99 for the 2010 bike.

However, the Trek Remedy 9.9 bike is available for just £3,999.99 at present, a massive £1,000 off the price, making it a great offer. Just click on the previous link to check the latest price.

The full specification is listed below but here are some thoughts before you sacrifice your summer holiday in order to pay for your new Trek.

  • Are you happy with a carbon fibre frame, or should you be thinking of titanium?
  • Are tubeless tyres ok, are you sure?
  • SRAM XX throughout, sounds good
  • What pedals are you going to chose? Do you really want to put your old pedals on this shiny new bike>

We haven’t ride the 2011 bike yet, but if those lovely people at Trek are reading, we’d love to. Just one word of caution though, you might not get it back!

Trek Remedy 9.9 Mountain Bike Specifications

  • Frame: OCLV mountain carbon frame and OCLV carbon seatsay with alloy chainstay, carbon armour, ABP convert, full floater, E2 tapered head tube, magnesium EVO link, oversized pivot bearings, replaceable derailleur hanger and 150mm of travel
  • Rear Shock: Fox Float RP-23 all mountain tuned with Trek DRCV, boost valve, Pro-Pedal and rebound
  • Fork: Fox 32 Talas Fit RLC with air spring, lockout, low speed compression rebound, alloy E2 tapered steerer, 15QR and 110,130 or 150mm of travel
  • Front Derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Shifters: SRAM XX 10 Speed
  • Chainset: SRAM XX
  • Chainrings: 39-26 Teeth
  • Bottom Bracket: BB95 Trek integrated Truvativ GXP BB kit
  • Cassette: SRAM XX 11-36 10 Speed
  • Pedals: Not included
  • Front Brake: Avid XX hydraulic disc brake
  • Rear Brake: Avid XX hydraulic disc brake
  • Brake Levers: Avid XX levers
  • Handlebars: Bontrager Race X Lite Carbon Low Riser 31.8mm with 25mm rise and 9 degree sweep
  • Stem: Bontrager Rhythm 31.8mm
  • Headset: Cane Creek Frustum SE Light Edition with E2
  • Grips: Bontrager Rhythm dual lock-on
  • Rims: DT Swiss XM 1550 Tricon 24 hole tubeless rims
  • Front Hub: 15mm front hub
  • Rear Hub: 142x12mm rear hub
  • Front Tyre: Bontrager XR3 Team 26×2.3″
  • Rear Tyre: Bontrager XR3 Team 26×2.3″
  • Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 4 with titanium rails
  • Seatpost: Crank Brothers Joplin 4R 31.6mm adjustable seatpost