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We know trickle-down technology, but trickle-down geometry is far too rare. the new Trek Roscoe brings the shred to the masses.
The Trek Roscoe 9is a killer offering for riders wanting an all-around hardtail ripper with a balanced geo and solid build spec.
Trek Roscoe 6 is a plus bike with 120mm travel fork, a bolt through axle, and an aluminium frame that wouldn’t look out of place on a £1,000 hardtail.
The big tyres also hide the primitive fork damping pretty well, and while the geometry isn’t radical (a 68-degree head angle, 440mm reach and 1,155mm wheelbase on the large), you can properly rag the Trek on natural trails or nurtured red routes.. .
Trek's budget-friendly hardtails have evolved on two distinct paths, an affordable XC steed and a fun trail machine. Born out of the same frame, find out how these two bikes compare. - Mtbr.com
20˝ Dialed frame size, Alpha Gold Aluminum
Dialed 20˝, alloy
VP 1-1/8˝, semi-Integrated
Bontrager alloy, 31.8mm, 7 degree, w/computer and light mounts
Bontrager alloy, 31.8mm, 15mm rise
Dialed 20˝ size, padded
Bontrager, 2-bolt head, 27.2mm, 8mm offset
Dialed 9/16˝, platform
Shimano Tourney TX80
Shimano Altus M310, 8 speed
SunRun cassette, 11-34T, 8 speed
Tektro M280 mechanical disc
20˝ 28-hole, alloy
Formula DC20 Alloy
Formula D22 alloy, Boost141