Trek Remedy 8

Trek Remedy 8

6 Reviews for Remedy 8

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 this bike is dope! had the nomad experience, but the remedy got it best! its truly an all around mountain bike and I always look forward to riding every weekend...I wasn't much of a treky fan, but they finally step up and gained faithful customer.
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 good all round bike... its only short so if your a tall bastard like me ul need a bigger one... the only con is those crappy shimano brakes... mineral oil might save one fish from extinction but it gives a horrible on/ off feel to the brakes.
Biggest pro... fiddling around with the 2 step forks.. and trek active braking pivot is truely astonishing... literally no movement in the caliper whatsoever, meaning you have full use of your brakes, even when your wheel is locked up
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 Light... Stiff rear end... Excellent component spec... Excellent ride, very little brake influence on the suspension. I wouldn't say it's fully active, but at least as good as FSR, and way better than a single pivot or Faux-bar.

The downside was the fork. Mission Control was gushing oil out of the knobs and the 2-step wasn't fully returning to max travel. All this on the first ride out the shop door on the asphalt. Trek replaced it with an 09 TALAS. Kudo's to Trek! I'm a fan now of the company, not just their bikes!

The other issue is the E2 steer system. I think that is the most stupid concept of all time. 1.5 and 1 1/8 are perfectly acceptable. As a matter of fact, why not just make everything 1.5? Even XC can benefit from the thinner walls and larger diameters. Not to mention, E2 forks have zero resale value...

Anyway, bitching bike!!!!! Buy one!
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 This is the Third Remedy i have Owned....I love the ride and how it kills everything. I will get other bikes but ill never be without a Remedy....this bike goes where you take it...and the full floater effect is SICK, good job on trek for that technology!
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 Its a very god bike my mom used once and she let me use and i lovedit its an awsome bike to ride really it is if u ever think bout gettin one ggggeeeeeeeetttttttt it
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 Still riding the bike and still enjoying.
Changed from 3x9 to 1x11 shifting in the meanwhile.
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Trek Remedy 8 (MSRP $4399.99) — Trek's All Mountain rig, the Remedy 8.

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2009
Price $4,400
Travel 150mm
Rear Shock Fox RP23 XV Air Can, custom "all-mountain tuned" w/3-position Pro Pedal, rebound; 8.0x2.25"
Fork RockShox Lyrik 2-step w/E2 alloy steerer, 20mm Maxle, 115-160mm
Headset Frustum Cane Creek SE Light Edition; 1 1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
Cassette SRAM PG950 11-32, 9 speed
Crankarms Shimano Deore XT 44/32/22
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT "Shadow", Front: Shimano Deore XT, high mount
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT, high mount
Shifter Pods Shimano Deore XT
Handlebar Bontrager Race, 40mm rise, 31.8mm, 690mm width
Stem Bontrager Race Lite, 7 degree, 31.8mm
Brakes Shimano Deore XT Ti, custom Ti for Trek; 203mm front rotor, 180mm rear rotor
Wheelset Bontrager Rhythm Comp wheel system, 28mm, tubeless ready
Tires Kenda Nevegal w/SWS sidewall protection, 26x2.35"; 127 tpi
Seat Bontrager Rhythm w/hollow Cro-Moly rails
Seatpost Bontrager Race Lite, 5mm offset

Dimensions

Size S M L XL
Frame Weight
Bike Weight
Headtube Angle 67 ° 67 ° 67 ° 67 °
Seattube Angle 72 ° 72 ° 72 ° 72 °
Headtube Length
Chainstay Length 419 mm 419 mm 419 mm 419 mm
BB Height 350 mm 350 mm 350 mm 350 mm
BB Width
Seat Post Diameter
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter E2 E2 E2 E2
Top Tube Length 555 mm 591 mm 615 mm 644 mm
WheelBase 1095 mm 1132 mm 1157 mm 1188 mm
Standover Height 740 mm 745 mm 760 mm 780 mm

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