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The Trek Remedy is the do everything trail ripper enduro machine. It climbs and it shreds, gobbling up drops and whips all day long. If you like to jump, love to descend this is your bike. 27.5 wheels keep the bike agile and fun. Craving more traction? The 2.6″ tires will give it to you… but you can even run up to 2.8″ tires if you want. The rear shock is equipped with a titled ‘RE:aktiv’ technology – working faster than a normal shock, so it tracks the ground better and keeps you in control over the chop. Thru-shaft technology is found on the highest model trims of the Remedy for even faster shock response for a next level experience.
Available in both alloy and carbon models with different components spec’s the price of the Remedy comes in a wide range to fit the budget of all riders. You can also finance in house with the Trek Credit Card, featuring a no interest for 12-months plan – give us a call today and Remedy your no bike situation.
150mm of rear wheel travel, spec’d with a 160mm fork.
up to 2.8″ wide tires with a 27.5 diameter.
OLCV Carbon and Alpha Platinum alloy framesets available.
5 Models are available to fit the budgets or builds you’re after.
Demo a Trek Remedy today and see why it’s a Bicycle Emporium staff favorite!
The 2019 Remedy is a winner! 2 out of 3 Pinkbike editors choose Remedy
“I want a bike that feels relatively quick and efficient on all types of climbs. And when it’s time to come back down, I want a bike that rewards how I like to ride, which is like an idiot. Yeah, I want to be rewarded for being an idiot. I don’t need to snag any KOMs on the descents, but I do need to take dumb lines, skid a load, spend a lot of time on one wheel, and generally be a goof.” – Mike Levy“I’d go with the Remedy. Why? It’s fun. It makes me want to ride, and do so in a variety of terrain without worrying about whether the bike is up to the task or not. I think that I would feel equally comfortable riding it at home in Pisgah as I would anywhere in the Pacific Northwest.” – Daniel Sapp