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    Trek Stache.

    Just caught this across my FB.

    Wide Tires, ISCG Tab, super short stays. (Picture1)

    Superfly weighing in just under 900g (Picture2)

    Superfly100 SL that got a 20% weight drop (picture3)
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    Re size pics please.

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    They are all pretty hot. The Stache looks Ike a barrel load of monkey fun !!!

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    the stache looks sweet. i would like to see what components it will have and geometry but i think it will be pretty cool, im definitely interested in it.

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    the stache is pretty sweet but the sf100 is pure sex.

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    Diggin the stache! Love the green cranks
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Wow!!

    I have hated the way the fly and the fly 100 have looked for the past few years, but these look awesome!!

    Stache looks sweet as well. (without the cheesy anodized crank arms)
    -It's time to shred some mild to moderate gnar!!

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    Custom anodized Raceface cranks are cheesy? I'll buy them from anyone who thinks the same. Holler at me! :-) ill throw them on a Krampus and be the king of green!
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Does Trek make good bikes?? (wait maybe it's RBR where that's funny)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleSSeed View Post
    Custom anodized Raceface cranks are cheesy? I'll buy them from anyone who thinks the same. Holler at me! :-) ill throw them on a Krampus and be the king of green!
    Im not a fan of the matchy-matchy look on a bike. matching the saddle, wheels, cranks, frame, grips, fork decal..... is for road bikes IMO. Now if everything on the bike was black and the frame was solid grey, i think the anodized cranks would look very nice!!

    For instance the stumpy ht 29er evo from last year (all black) with the anodized cranks would look cool.
    -It's time to shred some mild to moderate gnar!!

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    I't been a long time since trek has made a bike that didn't look like a nascar bike. These are nice.

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    it will be nice to finally see the pricing on these.

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    count me in. i am sold.

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    Really likein the look of the stache. I'd mob one for sure,
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    def liking the stache, price is def the question though

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    LOL 'stache

    -It's time to shred some mild to moderate gnar!!

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    The Stache is TREK's Singletrack Trailbike:
    Trek Unveils Their 2013 Lineup - Including All-New Superfly 100, Rumblefish, and Stache Models | News | mountain-bike-action

    4.7"=120mm travel, 142x12 enclosed rear thru axle, ISCG mounts, internal cable routing, Stealth routing, Shimano Plus, Convertible 142x12 rear wheel and E2 head tube.
    It didn't say anything about drivetrain, wheels and the rest of spec list.

    I guess were have to wait just a little bit longer...

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    Stache looked good until the 120mm part.
    Make it 140 and they've got my interest.

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    what's the chainstay length and head tube angle of the stache?
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowMongoose View Post
    Stache looked good until the 120mm part.
    Make it 140 and they've got my interest.
    What are you going to do with 140 that you can't do with 120? It's still a hardtail. I'm guessing MSRP $2600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssalmons View Post
    What are you going to do with 140 that you can't do with 120? It's still a hardtail. I'm guessing MSRP $2600.
    Avoid pedal strikes, that's what.

    My Honzo at 110mm was a nuisance to ride on even Midwest trails, pedal strikes galore.

    Now at 140mm, it's a BEAST!!!

    As for the Stache line up, I'm not really completely sold just yet. It still reminds me too much of an XC hardtail (just look at that long stem on there lol) and not an All-Mountain HT shredder. Maybe the geo numbers will convince otherwise.

    But I'll give it to them on making a pretty looking bike. Digging the green ano RF cranks, that are pretty sick. Some Chromag Fubar OSX in ano green would be a dead match there.






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    the chain stays look like 17+

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    hmm. looks just like a Kona Big kahuna. pretty creative there guys!

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    Their will be another Stache model slotting just below the one shown here previously, (the gray/green one- Stache 8) This is the Stache 7
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