Trek Remedy 9

11 Reviews for Remedy 9

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 I ride a 2011 Remedy 9.9 and love it. I bought the bike used a scored it for a great deal. The 9.9 has a carbon front triangle and keeps the weight of the 6" bike down. I use the remedy as an all-mountain machine and often climb and descend for hours in the saddle. What really sets the remedy apart is the pivot on the rear of the rear triangle which keeps the rear tire from coming up when the suspension is active. The "full floater" is awesome and creates smooth and fast descents. I highly recommend this ride!
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 I picked up a 2009 Remedy 9 frame a few years back and it really changed my mindset on "do it all" bikes. I’ve been actively riding mountain bikes since ’93 and these latest designs are amazing. I definitely noticed the ABP and Full Floater difference. Trek has reduced the travel on the new versions, but WOW...it's a nice bike.
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 this bike feels like you're riding on air.
you aren't even aware that the bike is there, you don't feel it and you really don't think about it.

like most bikes ur always adjusting like oh this feels weird that feels weird but this bike is amazing and you don't think about it at all while riding it.
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 this is my current bike. it climbs like a friggin billy goat and rips downhill even faster. I can keep up with my friends brother who is in the top 20 NorCal race league (kinda), and still beat my friend who has a demo 7 down some stuff. handles like a charm. it can do anything from DH to total XC. I feel confident taking it up to whistler for SGC. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND
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 I'm riding the '08 version, but it's almost the same bike, the changes being the cranks, front der., TALAS fork, Elixir brakes, Rhythm Pro's instead of Elites, and that's just about it for differences. I'm running Specialized Eskar tubeless tires, an Easton EC70 seatpost, Sunline V1 carbon bars, and the rest of the bike is pretty much stock. The XO drivetrain shifts smoothly, Juicy Carbons stop the bike on a dime, and I haven't really needed any travel adjust on the 36 Float RC2. at exactly 29 lbs, this bike is pretty light for a 6" bike and the new ABP and Full Floater system from Trek rides and pedals amazingly well. I would recommend this bike to anyone looking for absolute performance on the trail, and would also recommend the Remedy 7 and 8 for those on a budget. I work for a Trek and Specialized dealer, and this is by far the mountain bike of choice among those working for our company. My last 6" bike was the Rocky Mountain Slayer 70, and the Remedy puts it to shame, there is no comparison.
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 Rented it and rode it for a day at Highland, this bike is like riding on air, when you do a drop on this bike you feel none of the landing at all and the suspension eats everything
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 13' super solid bike with tons of potential from enduro killer to XC speed machine. stays planted like to no other - no matter whats under it (just keep the rubber side down)
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 brilliant do anything bike thats super light for its class good at climbing superc at going down fast and wellplanted east to manover at speed realy good groupset and kit
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 Great bike! Fast and playful geometry. ABP, Full Floater, XV shock...all worked well. Was fun for a couple seasons.
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 WORST BIKE EVER. WHY WOULD YOU BUY THIS WHEN YOU COULDVE BOUGHT A GIANT FAITH
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 awesome bike!
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Trek Remedy 9 (MSRP $5499.99) — Trek's All Mountain Rig, the Remedy 9.

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2009
Price $5,500
Travel 150mm
Rear Shock Fox RP23 XV Air Can, custom "all-mountain tuned" w/3-position Pro Pedal, rebound; 8.0x2.25"
Fork Fox 36 Talas w/E2 alloy steerer, high/low speed compression, rebound, 20mm QR axle, 120-160mm
Headset Frustum Cane Creek SE Light Edition; 1 1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
Cassette SRAM PG970 11-32, 9 speed
Crankarms Shimano XTR 44/32/22
Rear Derailleur SRAM X-0, Front: Shimano XTR, high mount
Front Derailleur Shimano XTR, high mount
Shifter Pods SRAM X-0, 9 speed w/MatchMaker
Handlebar Bontrager Rhythm Pro, 50mm rise, 31.8mm, 710mm width
Stem Bontrager Race X Lite, 7 degree, 31.8mm
Brakes Avid Elixir CR w/carbon levers; 203mm front rotor, 180mm rear rotor
Wheelset Bontrager Rhythm Pro wheel system w/Scandium rims, 28mm, tubeless ready
Tires Kenda Nevegal w/SWS sidewall protection, 26x2.35"; 127 tpi
Seat Bontrager Rhythm Pro w/hollow titanium 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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