'12 Trek Remedy 8
Dominate any trail with any incline at any time aboard Trek's Remedy 8. This aluminum ripper boasts 150mm of rear travel enhanced by a Fox DRCV rear shock and Trek's Full Floater suspension to suck up everything from braking bumps to high-speed drops. Up front, Fox gives you a DRCV-equipped, 150mm-travel Float with a 15mm through-axle and Trek's ingenious E2 head tube that delivers unreal stiffness and steering. Plus, this rig is well equipped with a Shimano SLX/XT drivetrain for first-rate shifting, Bontrager wheels as well as a great Bontrager bar, stem and seat. And, SLX discs team up with Trek's ABP for precision braking and traction even when you're putting the clamps on in tricky terrain.
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I've been riding the bike since the beginning of summer, and its holding up just fine. No problems in the wheels even after jumping a ton and doing some gnarlier DH trails with it. My only quarrel with the frame is that if you ever run a chain guide, i.e. remove your front derailleur, there is no good way to plug the internal routing holes for the cable. Same problem happens on the internal cable poret for the stealth reverb post. I just streched some black electrical tape over them and no more problems! So a small thing to gripe about but a super easy fix! Awesome bike