I will never finish a bike until it’s getting sold. There is always dreams and thoughts in my mind, always coming new things that seems fun to try, terrain and friends are changing. And so on. But for now my Trek Remedy is finished (read: missing parts)
My goal was to build a Trailbike capable of everything like my 7 year old Liteville 301. This got better angles, lower headtube/front, made for 27,5″ wheels, a much better rear damper, 39g lighter and better crankset, 6,25cm wider handlebar.
So me who never liked Trek now got 2 (!) Trek. Strange but things change and I’m not closed to one brand. If we skip functions and pricing I think Trek got one of the best paintjobs on the market now, high quality painting with great deep feels like it will hold. A great finish.
So which parts is on this and how much did the scale show?
frameset: Trek Remedy 9 18,5″
fork: Fox 34 Float Factory fit-CTD 140mm
headset: FSA tapered
stem: Bontrager Rhythm Pro 80mm
handlebar: Bontrager RL 750mm
grips: Bontrager bar tape black
seatclamp: Bontrager (is there any light options in 36,4?)
seatpost: Rock Shox Reverb Stealth
saddle: Tune Komm-Vor (what else?)
brakes: Sram X.0 180 Formula rotor front, 160 Avid rear, ti-bolts and Shimano adaptor
gear lever: Sram XX1 Trigger
rear derailleur: Sram XX1
cassette: Sram XX1
chain: Sram XX1
crankset: Sram XX1 with 34t Absolute Black spiderless, Pressfit GXP bottom bracket
wheelset: Bontrager Rhythm Comp
tires: Continental X-King 27,5×2,4″ RaceSport
pedals: Crank Brothers Candy 2Ti
Total weight: 11,95kg
Lighter than I thought but am waiting for a supernice shorter stem and new handlebar + new QR for my fork.
Will try it for real after work tomorrow :D