Released January 19
Trek’s all-new Dual Sport boosts capability beyond the beaten track, bridging the gap between tarmac and trail with a confident and lightweight ride.
Trek launched an all-new Dual Sport today, with a fully redesigned frame that puts capability and on-bike storage at the forefront. It fits squarely between the road and gravel categories, with bigger tyre clearance for soaking up rough roads, and a comfortable fit that’s perfect for spinning through town and beyond.
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The highs and lows of this model family
|Weight||30.6 lbs||28.2 lbs||26.2 lbs||32.4 lbs||33.1 lbs||31.1 lbs||31.7 lbs|
|Brakes||Mechanical Disc||Hydraulic Disc||Hydraulic Disc||Hydraulic Disc||Hydraulic Disc||Hydraulic Disc||Hydraulic Disc|
|Groupset||Altus, Tourney||Altus, Acera||Deore||Altus, Acera||Altus, Acera||Deore||Deore|
|Drivetrain||2 × 8||2 × 9||1 × 10||2 × 9||2 × 9||1 × 10||1 × 10|
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Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more →
|Top Tube Length||537||557||577||607|
|Seat Tube Length||375||420||465||520|
|Seat Tube Angle||73.8||73.3||72.8||71.8|
|Head Tube Length||140||165||190||215|
|Head Tube Angle||69.8||70.3||70.8||71.8|
🐐 Measurements listed in millimeters and degrees
Jan 23, 2023
Trek overhaul the Dual Sport, adding a 27.5" wheelset with 2.0" tires and a rigid carbon fork to shave 1.9 kg for a more nimble ride feel
The new Dual Sport features an all-new frame that’s fresh from the ground up, opting for a look that’s sleek and modern, and new geometry that’s comfortable and confident on or off the road.
Eliminating the suspension fork used on the previous generation, Trek employs a carbon fork that pairs with the new, lighter frame to drop the weight down a whopping 1.9 kg (on the Dual Sport 3 model). This light weight elevates manoeuvrability, so it’s easier than ever to handle on rough rail trails and dirt paths, while the carbon fork works to absorb chatter from the ride, reducing fatigue and elevating comfort.
Allowing for customisation, new Dual Sport comes ready to equip with a wealth of mounting points for frame bags, racks, mudguards, panniers and more. Whether riders are looking to load up and pedal through their morning commute or pack on the gear to explore the road less travelled, the Dual Sport is ready for whatever the day holds.
A new wheel size boosts comfort and nimble handling on the Dual Sport. Instead of the 700c x 40 mm seen on its previous generations, the Dual Sport will now come equipped with stiffer, more nimble 27.5˝ wheels that host lofty 2˝ tyres that soak up pot holes and rough roads while elevating confidence-inspiring traction.
For a clean finish, Trek has simplified the Dual Sport’s cable management, opting to route cables through the head tube and frame to reduce maintenance while taking the bike's sleek looks to the next level.
What is the difference between the current frame compared to previous the previous version?
The Dual Sport 1/2/3 loses the suspension fork and opts for a rigid fork, it’s lighter weight, moves to 27.5 wheels from 700c, and adds mounts for a low-rider front rack and under top tube bag.
What is the maximum tyre size with and without mudguards?
The new Dual Sport will accommodate 27.5 x 2.2 with and without mudguards
What type of bottom bracket does it use?
The BB is threaded, 68 mm width
What is the maximum chain ring size? Minimum?
For the 1X configuration, the maximum chain ring is 42T. While there is no minimum recommendation, running too small of a front chain ring may cause interference with the chain stay. Users should refer to drivetrain recommendations when altering the OE spec.
Does it have any accessory mounts (kickstand, racks, mudguards)?
Yes, it has rack and mudguard mounts, as well as low rider rack mounts on the fork.
It also has frame bag mounts under the top tube for the Bontrager Adventure Boss frame bag (Available sizes – 5263832, 5263833, 5263834, 5263835, 5263836, 5263837)
It also has mounts for a rear mount kickstand (562609) or (W330289)
What lights are compatible?
Any standard front and rear lights will work.
Is it compatible with child seats?
No. The maximum weight rating for our rear rack is 25 kg
Is it compatible with trailers?
Yes. Make sure that there is enough axle thread/nut engagement if using an axle-mounted hitch.
What is the hub spacing? Axle size?
Rear spacing is 135 mm x 5 mm and the front is 100 mm x 5 mm
What is the rear brake mount and max rotor size?
This model uses a flat-mount disc brake with 160 mm rotors front and rear.