Trek Stache 7 - 2019

Trek Stache 7
$2,499.99
Color:
Matte Cobra Blood
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Details

Stache 7 is a playful 29+ trail hardtail with 3-inch mid-fat tires, a ridiculously capable build, and a robust fork with 120mm of travel. This mountain bike marries fun and confidence. It's a big-wheeled fun wagon ready to go anywhere and take on any trail.

It's right for you if...

You embrace the weirdness of 29+ tires and appreciate the simplicity of a hardtail. You're willing to spend a little more for nicer parts because you know they're more precise and offer extra adjustability.

The tech you get

A lightweight Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame and stout RockShox Yari RL fork with 120mm of travel, Stranglehold dropouts, a dropper post to make the steep stuff a little less sketchy, and a SRAM NX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain with a larger 50-tooth cog for easier climbing. Plus, it has 29x3.0 Bontrager XR2 Team Issue tires that keep you connected to the trail and Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes for reliable all-weather stopping power even when the trail gets wild.

The final word

Stache 7 blends value and performance with big fun. It's trimmed with high-quality parts where it really counts, like in the suspension and drivetrain, so it won't destroy your wallet but it won't leave you wanting more either.

Why you'll love it

1 - Stache 7 delivers awesome 29+ performance at a no-nonsense price
2 - The RockShox Yari fork has a stiff chassis with 35mm stanchions for when you're plowing through the rough on Stache 7's super-sized wheels
3 - Stache is super versatile and equally at home on multi-day bikepacking trips as it is on rough singletrack
4 - We're not the only ones who love it: DirtRag says, "[Stache] is the most fun bike I rode this year, and fun is where it's at."
5 - It's super easy to go tubeless with the included Tubeless Ready tires, rim strips, and valves

Specs

Frame Alpha Platinum Aluminum, Boost148, Midstay, tapered head tube, internal derailleur & dropper post routing, Stranglehold dropouts, G2 Geometry
Fork RockShox Yari RL, DebonAir, Motion Control damper, tapered steerer, Boost110, G2 Geometry w/51mm offset, 120mm travel
Headset FSA IS-2, 1-1/8-inch top, 1.5-inch bottom
Axles Front: 15 x 110mm
Rear: 12 x 148mm
Rims/Wheels SUN Ringle Duroc 50 SL 28-hole, tubeless strips and valves included
Hubs Front: Bontrager sealed bearing, alloy axle, Boost110
Rear: Bontrager sealed bearing, Boost148
Tires Bontrager XR2 Team Issue, Tubeless Ready, 120 tpi, aramid bead, 29x3.00
Crankset Truvativ Descendant 7k Eagle Dub, Direct Mount
Chainrings 30T
Bottom Bracket DUB PF92
Chain SRAM NX Eagle
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle, Type 3 Roller Bearing Clutch
Cassette/Rear Cogs SRAM XG-1230 Eagle, 11-50, 12 speed
Shifters SRAM NX Eagle, 12 speed
Handlebars Bontrager Line, 35mm, 15mm rise, 750mm width
Tape/Grips Bontrager XR Trail Comp, nylon lock-on
Stem Bontrager Line, 35mm clamp, 0 degree
Brakes Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc
Pedals Not included
Saddle Bontrager Arvada, hollow chromoly rails
Seat Post Dropper post, 31.6mm, internal routing

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Matte Cobra Blood / 15.5-inch 601479849567 564993 STA25962691D
Matte Cobra Blood / 17.5-inch 601479849574 564994 STA25636073D
Matte Cobra Blood / 18.5-inch 601479849581 564995 STA25792038D
Matte Cobra Blood / 19.5-inch 601479849598 564996 STA25947164D
Matte Cobra Blood / 21.5-inch 601479849604 564997 STA25734520D

Reviews

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REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fast 
  • Geometry 
  • Rolls Nicely 
  • Components 
  • Decent Value 

Cons

  • Stock Grips Slide Around 
  • None 

Best Uses

  • Sandy Or Rutted Trails 
  • Climbing Anything 
  • Technical Singletrack 
  • Rock Sand Dirt Roads 

REVIEWS

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5

Awesome!

By 

from USA

About Me Expert

Comments:

This bike will put a grin on your face every day!! street, bmx, trail, mountain. Ride it everywhere

5

Not Your Father's Hardtail

By 

from San Diego, CA

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Components
  • Geometry
  • Decent Value
  • Tires

Cons

  • Stock Grips Slide Around

Best Uses

  • Sandy Or Rutted Trails
  • Climbing Anything
  • Technical Singletrack

Comments:

It's not the fastest or smoothest bike out there, but definitely the most fun all-around bike I have ridden. Trek nailed the sweet spot between a 29'er hardtail and fatbike. The tires are huge, but light with insane traction (I weight 170 and run mine at 12psi). Most of the climbing around here is loose and rocky with tight switchbacks, and this bike charges through everything that had me walking on my other bikes. I feel more confident descending than on my full suspension bike, since the big tires, short wheelbase, and low bottom bracket height make rock drops and off-camber corners no problem. I took it down a little slalom section, and was surprised how it felt more like a BMX bike than a massive 29er while airing off of some jumps. Overall, this is a great bike for anyone who wants ride as much of the trail as possible and have a fun time doing it.

5

Too much fun

By 

from Glendale, AZ

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Rolls Nicely
  • Fast
  • All Purpose
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Rock Sand Dirt Roads

Comments:

I have not had that much fun since I put a RockShock on my Klein in the early 1980s. Above 50 miles, I should probably use my road bike, but it is so much fun chasing these huge tires down the road. I weigh 240 lbs and run 25 psi on pavement, tubeless. Off pavement, it won't make an old fat man like me fly up the hill, but it never loses traction, and entertains me with allowing me to play with the terrain, rather than just bust through difficult section, like on my 29er fully. Off road, I have not tried pressures below 15 psi. And getting used to the enormous traction will make me quite a bit faster in the turns, over time. Gearing is surprisingly adequate from steep climbs to hunting down some roadies. BTW: Tell your roady friends to slow down in tight corners. They don't have the traction to make the turns as fast as you do. Just had a guy crash behind me, today.

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