This bike features an OCLV Mountain Carbon main frame, complete with the protective Carbon Armour system that helps stand between your bike and the damage that can be dished out by the terrain.

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This is paired with a Fox Evolution Series 32 Float 29 RL fork that benefits from custom G2 geometry to give you great clearance and 100mm of travel.

The rear shock is a Fox Performance Series Float RP-2 with Pro Pedal technology that allows for efficient progress to be made across a variety of surfaces. Specially tuned by Trek, this suspension allows for a bike that absorbs impacts progressively while still giving you the kind of handling and momentum that you would expect from a 29er.

SRAM X7 and X9 kit goes towards producing an effective drive train setup, while the Avid Elixir 7 hydraulic disc brakes are effective in all situations, allowing you to feel in total control.

Bontrager contributes a large number of components to this model, from the Rhythm Elite seat post and Evoke 2 saddle to the Mustang Disc 29 rims and the 29-1 Expert tyres. Everything is light and selected in order to give the bike a cohesive composure, so you will not feel rattled under pressure.

Trek Superfly 100 Elite

To justify the price increase there have been a number of new additions to the Trek Superfly 100 Elite, the most notable of which comes in the form of its suspension setup.

At the front you will find the Fox Factory Series 32 Float FIT RLC fork with 100mm of travel. The rear shock is the Fox Performance Series Float RP-23 Adaptive Logic and three position ProPedal technology. These carefully tuned shocks work well to keep the impacts which will rock the carbon main frame in check.

The braking system has been updated to utilise the Shimano XT hydraulic disc brakes at the front and rear, which is in keeping with the Shimano Deore XT drive train in terms of performance and lightness.

The Bontrager Race Lite TLR Disc wheel system and 29-1 Team tyres are another noteworthy augmentation that arrive with the Superfly 100 Elite.

Trek Superfly 100 Pro

If you want the best that the Trek Superfly 100 range has to offer then the Pro model will certainly live up to its name.

Every effort has been made to reduce the weight further and further through a variety of particularly light components. The SRAM XX drive train fits this description well, as do the Avid XX World Cup hydraulic disc brakes.

The carbon mainframe is combined with a Bontrager Evoke RXL carbon saddle, while the Race X Lite FCC wheels from the same brand also help the bike to shed a few more grams.

The Fox RP-32 rear shock gets a Kashima coating for added durability and slickness, while at the front is a RockShox SID XX 29 dual air sprint fork. There are, in effect, more Xs across the specs sheet of this model than several other bikes combined.

The combination of efficient, fast rolling 29 inch wheels and a full suspension setup which is not going to take any nonsense from the terrain is certainly the main selling point of the Trek Superfly 100 mountain bikes. You simply have to decide which one you can best afford.