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2020 Trek X-Caliber 8 Hardtail Mountain Bike Black

The 2020 Trek X-Caliber 8 Hardtail Mountain Bike in Black is a cross-country mountain bike made for fast laps and long days on the trail. It’s built with special attention to value and the parts that make the biggest difference in performance. A 1×12 SRAM drivetrain, RockShox fork, and hydraulic disc brakes make it a great choice for new mountain bikers and XC racers searching for fast, fun, singletrack adventure. The Trek X-Caliber is a classic XC hardtail with quick-handling geometry, weight-conscious parts and just enough suspension to take the edge off bumps. These models are built for efficiency, making them great for racers or anyone else who wants to cover more ground in less time. The Alpha Gold Aluminuum frame is packed with features that make your ride better. A tapered head tube gives you more precise, confident handling on the front end, while Boost 141 rear hub spacing gives you shorter chainstays for more nimble handling at the back. With X-Caliber 8, you’re getting a performance frame paired with performance parts, like a RockShox air fork and1x12 SRAM Eagle drivetrain. Plus, it’s equipped with durable, lightweight alloy rims that save weight and are easy to upgrade to tubeless. This bike is perfect for Riders looking for a fast mountain bike for singletrack ‘“ one that’s fully capable of taking on races, marathons and competitive group rides. You want something that is reliable and fun with dependable, lightweight parts. Key Features The RockShox air fork has a rebound adjust and can be tuned to the rider’™s weight, and it’™s way higher quality than what you’™d normally get on an MTB at this price The frame is fully compatible with higher-end parts, like race wheels and a dropper post, if you ever find the need to upgrade Smart Wheel Sizing means you’ll get the fastest wheel that fits (29? wheels on larger frames, 27.5? wheels on smaller frames)