Contest: Win the New Custom Trek Fuel EX Jr. Dream Bike

Apr 13, 2015 at 13:20
by Trek Bikes  
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Trek Fuel EX Junior
Custom Trek Fuel EX Jr.

Evan Stice black and Maison Duncan in Laguna Beach California USA.

For years, Trek engineers bribed welders with six packs for custom kid’s bikes and then hung high-end, modified drivetrains and suspension on them. Trek’s own desire to create the best mountain bike for their own kids is what drove us to create Trek’s new full suspension kid’s bike, the Fuel EX Jr. Fuel EX Jr is a high performance kid’s full suspension bike that offers all the features and performance of Trek’s Fuel EX in a smaller, ground up design that enables kids to rip. Active Braking Pivot, Full Floater, lightweight Alpha Aluminum frame - it’s all here. For more info on the brand new Fuel EX Jr click here.

Trek Fuel EX Junior
Trek Fuel EX Junior

Trek Fuel EX Junior
Once Trek created the kid’s full suspension bike we always wanted, we couldn’t resist the temptation to create a couple one off dream builds. Sign up here to win a custom painted, high-end spec Fuel EX Jr. This will be a custom painted, custom spec Fuel EX Jr. Nothing is spared. Onto the Fuel EX Jr frame we bolted a SRAM GX drivetrain, Rock Shox SID fork with Monarch shock, and SRAM Guide brakes.

Evan Stice black and Maison Duncan in Laguna Beach California USA.

*Contest closes at midnight May 28th PST. We will draw the winner May 29, 2015.


Enter Now: Custom Trek Fuel EX Jr. Contest




193 Comments

  • 152 10
 I love my kiddo...but I would for sure steal some components off that bike and replace them with cheaper ones before giving it to her. I get spare components...she still gets a cool bike... everybody wins.
  • 22 7
 A new rider is bound to crash a lot... It would be a shame if those components were broken!!! Wink
  • 65 5
 Kids don't want it. It's 26".
  • 49 2
 Ya. Kids want their 24 back for better maneuverability.
  • 11 2
 9 speeds is all a kiddo needs!
  • 26 1
 I'd have it stripped before they could say " Yay A new bike! "
  • 11 7
 "Wheels aren’t the most important fit factor on a bike, the frame is. The frame has been designed for smaller riders. Then using 26” wheels for kids is like running 29” wheels for adults. Bigger wheels are faster, more stable, more confidence inspiring."
That's what TREK says
  • 9 1
 I happen to agree with Trek on this one. It's all about the frame size as far as smaller riders being able to feel comfortable on the bike
  • 5 5
 i would never ride those 27.5 s. more stability whatever just dont like to ride with a monstertruck... 26 forever and for dirt jump 24 its all a matter of personal preference
  • 14 2
 Disagree on many of the above points, my girl is a very small 11yo (65lb) and has been riding for years! BMX, Single track, Light downhill etc.
24" are holding her back now, this is the PERFECT bike for her next step.
Its out of our price range, but perfect.
As for the components! the simplicity of a 1x setup is what she needs, I think a 1x11 with a 42-11/10 cassette and a clutch derailleur is perfect.

She jumps she does drops, working on a proper huck, so its a great bike for her and many others I think.
  • 5 4
 good to hear dale. my 24 dj bike is not holding me back. only the weight makes it a bit hard to learn certain tricks like tailwhips. hope you win this contest or some other kid that really needs a bike wins it.
  • 4 0
 There are far more "good" 26er tires available for owners of these sorts of kids bikes than in 24 inch.
  • 12 0
 I have an idea to settle it! :

25''

lol
  • 3 1
 Arrow Racing out of florida tried to push 25" tires in the late 90s... MBA ran an article about their efforts.
  • 4 0
 I thinks time i start having kids just so i can get them this bike
  • 2 0
 Just finished building a XXS Salsa Ala Carte with some new and used parts for my 9 year old Daughter. With the 26" wheels she's faster now, way more confident on the trails, and can wheelie way better than she could on her Specialized Hotrock 20"

www.pinkbike.com/photo/12167809
  • 2 0
 That model year Salsa takes 650Bs so you've ot the ability to upgrade her as she grows.
  • 1 0
 @deeeight That would be awesome if that's the case. I thought the frame was from 07/08 but if it is able to accept 650b it must be newer then ? ? ? ?
  • 3 0
 @valleyimagewerx

See the photos in the ad I had for the one I sold... the pictured wheel/tire in the frame is a 650B x 20mm with a Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25

www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1253201
  • 84 1
 The moment when a kids bike has a better spec than your own DH rig.
  • 13 1
 Xtr m9000, sram gx, carbon wheels and top end forks what's wrong with the universe
  • 15 0
 What's even more funny is that any kid will most likely grow out of this bike within a couple seasons...
  • 6 2
 This is a 26 bike. Iam 22 and still have not grown out of it. If anything, I entered for myself, that would be an awesome shredder!
  • 5 0
 I could always use a new slope bike
  • 4 1
 midget/short people might be interested in this too.
  • 2 0
 im 5'7"

Would i fit this!?
  • 2 0
 I'm 6", I fit Big Grin
My hard tail is shorter and overall smaller and it does a great job with the daily smile provision Smile I guess a lifted fork may fix an issue or two though.
  • 2 0
 Woah you fit a bike taller than this? Your seatpost would be about 2 foot above the bike would it not?
  • 2 0
 It's a dirt/freeride/street bike so it doesn't need that much seatpost as there is not that much sitting involved. My Glory has me covered in the sitting area though Smile
  • 6 0
 The moment you realise that the sport has gotten so littered with shit hawks that they are literally in competition with their own children..
  • 8 0
 We're in the eye of the shiticane now Randy.
  • 2 1
 Better to snag some parts for your bike and still give it to your kid than win it and not have kids. If an adult wins this they better give it to a kid or risk karmatic duscheness for eternity.
  • 3 0
 I am a kid, so if I win this I deserve it?
I think I would strip some parts, put it on my bike then give the rest with the parts from my bike to my little brother.
  • 5 3
 thats like saying if your kid won an adults bike he's a douche for not giving it to his dad.
  • 1 0
 But I fit an adults medium so... Buy yeah I guess that can come across that way.
  • 2 0
 As a younger brother who lived off his brother's car offs i can say: Giving it to your kid brother is never lame, even if you cherry pick it first.
  • 4 2
 Whitebully, if you think adults taking from children is the same thing as children taking from adults then you have bigger issues than inappropriately entering drawings for children's toys.
  • 2 1
 That makes me chuckle Pinkbike has a great community
  • 1 0
 yea lol. i would rip that trek. such a beasty. used to own atleast 2. could ride so hard on that orange one... when i used to be a kid. now i remember how much of times i rode back home from skool with a ripped pants cause we weared our pants low back in the days cause that was cool. but i liked to pull wheelies doing so...
  • 27 2
 When I first tried riding my bike on dirt it was a shitty old 10 speed department store "Mountain Bike". I couldn't have even imagined riding something so rad.
  • 30 0
 But you still had fun riding it yeah?
  • 11 0
 oh hell yeah. just blown away by what a twerp can ride these days.
  • 5 2
 No reasonable person is buying their kid a $1700 bike, considering they will outgrow it in 2yrs. Kids don't need a bike like this to have fun, because most kids are not jaded yet.
  • 10 0
 I bought my daughter a $125 balance bike. In hindsight it was too much but its my kid and I supported my local LBS too.
  • 2 0
 @SlodownU It's a hell of a lot of money to put on a kids bike for sure, but once a whole bunch of companies jump on this, then prices will come down. Surely it's a niche worth exploring. After all, getting more kids into mountain biking on some decent kit early on would be great for the sport.

@ JesseE Me too dude, i'm also blown away by the skills these young'uns have. (err i'm 40 next month lol - still having fun on my bike though)
  • 4 0
 Dude, kids are not a new niche, and anyone here with kids knows exactly what I'm talking about. And prices never come down, even if more companies jump on, does not happen in this sport.
  • 2 0
 @RatHunter83 I just did this two weeks ago. Kid won't touch it, haha
  • 3 0
 Only thing where you get ripped off more is weddings.
  • 1 0
 @Slodownu Alright, so maybe calling kids a niche was pushing it too far, but anything to get more kids into the sport is good.
And I disagree, to a point, prices do come down in our sport. Yes there are still boutique bikes, and stupid marketing decisions that most mortals don't really need, but look at what's available at the lower and mid range of the market. How much bike do you get for your money from companies like YT or Canyon for example?
  • 7 0
 Spending $1700 on a bike for a kid is a lot, but it's not like they outgrow it and you toss it in the trash. You can hand it down to your next child, or sell it to the family across the street when your kid is done with it. If it's a decent bike like something that costs $1700 should be, then it won't break 90% of the time Sally tips over and she'll have a lot more fun. Plus It being a properly designed bike and not a Canadian Tire special, your kid will develop better riding habits and techniques at a younger age to set them up better for when you buy them an adult bike. Sure, not everyone can afford it, but it's certainly worth it to the families that can.
  • 2 0
 To each his own I guess. I never had the best or newest growing up. Always a hand me down. My daughters first bike we dropped 1300 on a Norco B-line. Decked it out with Chris king. SRAM xo and Shimano xt. And a fix fork. She loves it, now she's hooked. Niw I'm having to look for a cheap upgrade. Selling it and maybe half the $ I Paid. It the price of fun. This trek would definitely help the pocket book. But think of it as more than a bike. Your kids could be in hockey, dance, soccer, bball, it's sll relative.
  • 23 0
 So there's about a 1/100000 probability of me becoming my kid brother's favorite person on May 29th.
  • 20 4
 Kids are so rediculously spoiled these days!!!

My first real mountain bike was a $250 Bridgestone, and I had to come up with $125 of that, thankfully my dad let me use the lawn mower for all those lawns!

I was at bootleg last year when this Chubby dad rolls up bragging about a jump his kid had just done. The kid rolls up, maybe 11 years old, in a multi-thousand dollar bike and starts dogging his dad for being old, fat and a pussy for not hitting the jump, the kid was super angry and rude, not just joking. I wanted to grab the chin guard on his $200 helmet and hammer throw him across the gap.

Kids are so f-ing spoiled.
  • 5 12
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 17, 2015 at 14:14) (Below Threshold)
 My sarcasm detector beeps a bit, just wondering if it is malfunctioning, what do you think?
  • 7 0
 A $250 Bridgestone THEN is equivalent to a $1000 bike now though.
  • 18 0
 Yea back in my day, just to get to my LBS, I had to walk 12 miles uphill both ways in the snow, with just a touch of pepper spray to keep the wolves off and a garlic bracelet to keep the vampires at bay. I would do this every saturday, after getting my pay of $1.75 for my 50 hour work week. Within 4 years, I was able to pick up my dream bike. A used Magna Wild Force. Once the Pleistocene ice age ended and the glacier receded, I was finally able to take her for a spin. And boy was it glorious.
  • 7 0
 Oh! You were lucky, When I got my first mountain bike it was a Diamond Back Traverse, it had only one wheel and one crank arm, and my dad used to take the fork out and hit me in the face with it, saying I better pop some wheelies - he didn't want his hard earned money to be spent in vain. Ah, and we lived in a lake
  • 6 0
 Being a spoiled kid and having nice gear are not necessarily related. Plus many kids go though a jerk stage and grow out of it. Others just go to PB and troll...
  • 1 0
 Tha was my first mtv too, my mom's old ridigid mb-6
  • 16 0
 Wow I cant believe all the "back in my day" BS. Do any of your kids actually ride a bike? My kid spends days watching Fest series vids and trying to catch up to kids like Jackson Goldstone. Not doing it on your $250 bike. Canadian tire is not a bike store! Get your kid proper gear. When they grow trade for a bigger size not really that tough.
  • 4 2
 there is getting proper gear, then there is getting this bike...
  • 5 1
 Don't read PB comments. There is nothing to be gained. Internet hate on the level with most News site comments. Just remember it's a site filled with 15-25 year olds saying "BACK IN MY DAY"
  • 1 0
 Plus most of this gear will move up with the kid. The fork and frame can be built down a bit and resold at a rate the neighbor can afford and their kid can learn to shred.
  • 10 1
 My first "mtn bike" was a road bike with 3 gears that I rode on everything. My parents bought it for me for my birthday and I rode it like I stole it. So much fun back then!
  • 2 0
 When I got mine, a 7 speed, and back then you could get a quality bike for around 90 dollars, I rode around 50km weekly. I was on fire, that was so amazing, having the possibility to switch to a easy gear going up and then crank it all the way down and see who can reach 80km/h. I got 76 tops back then Big Grin
P.S. That bike is still going strong and I rode it after all of my new ones broke. This here, this is all that is wrong with the bike industry Big Grin
  • 10 1
 so this is how manufacturing companies are planning on getting rid of 26" stuff.
  • 4 0
 This is great news for people like me. I have achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism, which, as you can imagine makes finding bikes quite difficult. Creating a 'proper' hardtail isn't too difficult if you can find a local frame builder willing to put some time into creating a small sized bike with proper tubing and geometry. A full suspension design like this is another story and so it is very pleasing that the big manufacturers are now investing money into developing 24" wheel full suspension bikes.

So to Trek - keep making bikes like this. To parents - keep buying your children these bikes so bike manufacturers continue to invest and develop bikes like this!
  • 8 3
 This is just child cruelty. Giving them a Trek as their first bike. But the upside is,they could wreck it within a day. Happy days
  • 7 1
 awesome, me and my boy can have matching Treks, no food or money but matching bikes
  • 6 0
 Looks like a pretty badass slope/dirt jump bike as well lol
  • 5 1
 Probably not if you are over 5'3"
  • 2 0
 My daughters 9 years of age & loves to ride her trek mt220 mtn bike with me every weekend. She's a total shredder! I work in a locally owned bike shop in Tucson az, where we just so happen to sell Trek Bicycles and have been a dealer for 15+ years... This one off sweet Fuel Jr would be the best thing to take her to the next level of ridding! We ride at least 20 miles per weekend together at a very popular trail in Tucson, fantasy island! Cheers to whoever's lucky little daughter gets to enjoy this one of a kind very cool little kids bike.
  • 4 2
 I want to thank TREK for filling the gap where a 4'4" person is looking for the next step.
Before this it was almost impossible to get a kid or small woman a GREAT bike that properly fit.

My girl is a very small 11yo (65lb) and has been riding for years! BMX, Single track, Light downhill etc.
24" are holding her back now, this is the PERFECT bike for her next step.
Its out of our price range, but perfect.
As for the components, I would dump the Deore stuff if I got her one, the simplicity of a 1x setup is what she needs, I think a 1x11 with a 42-11/10 cassette and a clutch derailleur is perfect.

She jumps she does drops, working on a proper huck, so its a great bike for her and MANY others I think!
  • 2 0
 It's awesome kids have so much opportunity these days. My first mtb was a Murry from K-mart then a few years later after saving and saving, I went to a real bike shop and bought a GT (still have the frame today). It sure made me appreciate having to earn the bike though and I appreciate it to this day.
  • 2 0
 Curious why PBike is replacing the XFusion fork and shock with a SID and Monarch... Isn't the point of the stock EX Jr XFusion suspension that its tuned for lightweight riders? If an adult fork is setup for flyweight kids won't it suck down due to the higher rate negative spring?
  • 1 0
 Rockshox has an air negative spring that regulates based on the positive spring. It doesn't suck down like forks with a coil negative spring. And it doesn't top out when it has more pressure for heavier riders. And I heard you can ride wheelies with it.
  • 4 0
 This would be pretty great! Alright pinkbike, shootout with this and the Specialized Camber Grom. Please and thank you!
  • 3 0
 It would be the perfect bithday gift for my son. The School he goes to has just started building a small track/trail, in a small forrest right next to the School.
  • 1 0
 Man, this would be one sweet bike for my little one. She is mad for the trails and i would love to be able to give her a bike like this so we could ride together.
Most of the components match what I have on my bike, haha matching bikes :-)
  • 2 0
 All very well but who really is going to spend that money on a bike for their child ? More money than sense I say. Give them a bike that will be broken and scrapped not a something that's ridiculously expensive!
  • 1 0
 My girlfriend has been waiting for me to marry her for 4 years while I bought two bikes, one of which is a Trek scratch I named Tina. Her birthday is June 1st. Please save me Trek! This would be almost as good as a ring ( she is small)
  • 3 0
 I'm 13 and I really want to win this bike for my little sister. I'd be the best big brother ever if I won this for her! (But what are the likes of that)
  • 2 0
 Check out the Norco Fluid dude.
  • 1 0
 my friend has Norco fluid 7.2 it's pretty sick
  • 1 0
 Norco has the Fluid at 26" with double Rock Shox, better crankset, same brakes, same level rear derailleur and all of that for only $1515. Guess what, they have a 24" Fluid as well with same component level for even less. Norco has also been around for 50years, longer than Trek. Save some money and get a non generic bike!
  • 5 1
 I hope my 11yr doesn't see this bike. I cant afford the upgrade.
  • 5 1
 Cause you definitely can't tell your kids NO nowadays. . .
  • 2 0
 I ride a Fuel EX myself. He currently has a $350 hardtail w/ v brakes. ( and I don't say no much, he doesn't ask for much)
  • 4 1
 "Nothing is spared" except almost every drivetrain sram makes that's higher than GX.
  • 2 0
 GX is basically XT level. That's pretty high end stuff...
  • 1 0
 GX isn't XT level. If anything X1 is XT level. Since they don't make the same number of different levels of components anymore, it's kinda hard to compare. But GX is below X1, and XT is only one below XTR. So SRAM basically has XX1, X01, X1, GX, X9, and X7. Shimano only has XTR, XT, SLX, and Deore. XX1 and X01 are barely different in terms of performance, and even weight and price, whereas XT and XTR are quite different, due to the number of groups that Shimano produces. So it's a tough comparison, but I definitely think that GX is a lot more like a cross between Deore and SLX.
  • 3 1
 I'd argue that 10sp XT shifter is above anything from SRAM, it's it's so crispy and accurate that it makes me moist. Also SRAM hS nothing on Zee rear mech
  • 1 0
 XX1 is XTR level, X01 is Deore XT level, X1 is SLX level, and GX is Deore level in my opinion
  • 1 2
 XX1 is above XTR level in my mind. XX1 has been 11-speed a lot longer than XTR has. It's got carbon cranks, a carbon cage, and a carbon shift paddle. XTR has a carbon cage, that's it. And XTR only has 11-speed as of last year.

Also X0, X9, and X7 are still relevant component groups. And I totally forgot, but they're actually still making XX. So really SRAM has two drivetrain sets: 11-speed, and 10-speed. XX1, X01, X1, and GX for 11-speed, and XX, X0, X9, and X7 for 10-speed. Shimano still only has four major MTB drivetrains, only two of which are 11-speed.
  • 2 0
 I haven't ridden XX1 and 11sp XTR, but X1 and X01 felt very similar to my 10sp X0, while 10sp XT and XTR feel freaking amazing to me. In crankset department SLX is hard to beat, 70g weight penalty over Sram carbon cranks for the fraction of a price sounds good to me. Sram rear mechs are better constructed though, no flimsy plate at the attachment to the hanger and carbon cages from X1/X7 up. Then pulley and jockey wheels on sram wear out faster than Shimano. You win here, you lose there Smile
  • 1 0
 I think the better way to compare the drivetrains is in their designed classification. The XX/XX1 family is targeted at the same group of people as the new and old XTR (and so on down the product line). While there are obvious differences between the SRAM and Shimano groupsets, each one has a rival from the opposite manufacturer regardless of the number of cassette cogs (XX vs. XTR family, X0 vs. XT, etc.).
  • 4 0
 Dear pinkbike I've been good this year.. I want it!!!!
  • 3 0
 Hell yes I want this for my wife it's perfect for her she'll rock this ride!!!
  • 1 0
 love my little daughter so much, but these specs....there arises a little envy if she gets itWink
just sold her old one and looking for something new. couldn't find anything like this. lol
  • 1 1
 I don't know that it's that good of a deal. For $850 less we bought my son a Specialized HotRock XC Pro. 13" Al frame, carbon bars & seat post, XT 10 speed cassette, XT derailleur, Deore shifter, deore disc brakes. A real solid bike and it weighs only about 25 lbs. Not full suspension but my kids rips on it and he can climb anything in the front range of the San Gabes. Also cool are the bikes from Trail Craft Cycles. Designed especially for kids.
  • 1 0
 This is perfect timing(if I were to win). The Superfly 24 is out of stock and my younger son is ready for his big brother's 20" MT60. Is it fate? I think not, but some divine intervention would be appreciated.
  • 5 3
 My god that colorway is amazing. If only I could get a remedy painted like that.
  • 6 3
 Looks like a trek!!......oh wait..
  • 4 0
 Hopefully a kiddo wins!
  • 2 0
 I think we all know an adult will win this and steal all the good components Big Grin
  • 5 2
 Wonder how many people with no kids will enter Smile
  • 4 0
 I don't have kids, but it'd be an amazing bike for my niece to start really riding on.
  • 1 0
 yeah, as long as a kid is the destination for the bike. I'm talking about people who enter contest just to win something, anything hehe.
  • 15 0
 According to my wife, I am still a kid, so I qualify.
  • 1 0
 I did. I have a niece that would be perfect for this bike (or the other way around). But I must admit, i only saw that it was a kids bike after I clicked the button, haha.
  • 1 0
 If I win the bike I'll sell it to some moron that has more money than sense. . .just so he can hang this in his garage while their spoiled brat plays video games. . .
  • 2 0
 Ahh my little sis would love this she has been asking me to get her a mtb for a while now
  • 3 2
 I'd drop the drivetrain completely and make it the ultimate full squish balance bike for my amazonian-tall 5 yr old daughter.
  • 6 0
 ...why wouldnt you just let her learn to pedal it...
  • 5 1
 For kids just starting out, it's way easier to just figure out how to balance than to have to worry about pedalling as well.
  • 1 0
 My kids are little and riding Cleary MT bikes. My wife is short, maybe she will Benefit from a win, after I "check" out some of the components.
  • 3 0
 Will this do for dwarfs, thinking of buying a dwarf.
  • 2 0
 Children don't value money, the parents do , Don't splurge the cash for a bike for a child ! Silly
  • 1 2
 All I can say is when you want to strip the parts of this bike to put on your own is super lame! Yea my kids bike is sicker than mine! That's what you should be saying! Because in five years he or she will be waiting for your ass on the trail! Rant done!
  • 1 0
 Right on!
  • 1 1
 On 29th May 1999, I had an accident wiht a shitty fork and i landed with my face into the top of the stanchions, it will be at least ironic if i win a bike with a decent fork to my kid . . . exactly 16 years later
  • 1 0
 Ha, need a small capable bike in my stable for my boys girl friends that come over. They're getting good. Now they're all riding a Myka hard tail. They all want full sus.
  • 1 0
 My daughter would LOVE this Bike! Kudos Trek! For someone like myself, who "earned" their first bike selling Xmas cards, this really is a "DREAM Bike!"
  • 2 0
 "*Contest closes at midnight May 28th PST. We will draw the winner May 29, 2015. "
So who won?
  • 1 0
 Soo who is the lucky winner?
  • 1 0
 I so want this because i need a lighter bike, at the moment i have a specialized big hit 03 which is the only bike i could afford but if i get this i will literally scream!
  • 1 0
 This would also be great for my junior racing at AMBC that i will start!
  • 4 2
 Where are all the ´kids on bikes without enough protection´ comments?
  • 43 1
 Kids are made of rubber
  • 2 4
 My 8 year-old would being wearing his BMX full-face in a rocky area like that. But these are marketing pics, jeez.
  • 2 0
 Should post my nine yr old's header off a teater totter - lucky they bounce.
  • 2 0
 BMX racing kids usually only wipe out in traffic. It takes some close quarters for a district 30 or better to go down. Those kids got skills. 10-12 experts are always a pleasure to watch, killing it.
  • 1 0
 +1 Colin
It's like a BMX track with pointy rocks everywhere, going downhill.
Rubber can also be stretched beyond its limits.
  • 7 1
 Helmet is all the kids need. How many of us, as kids did much more insane stuff than a little rock garden, with no helmet?
  • 4 0
 No helmet, no pads, all balls.....and then I got older and that all changed.
  • 1 0
 I am sorry for the rest of my nephews and nieces, but I am already sure who would get it.
  • 4 0
 you? ;D
  • 2 0
 straight sell it man
  • 1 0
 Haha no not selling it. And it won't fit me, my frame is 22 inches lol. I have one nephew, who deserves this bike because he loves riding. All he has at the moment is a racing BMX, on which he can't really go offroad. I bet he misses our rides, as much as I do.
  • 6 0
 have you ever tried bmx offroad? It's the most fun you could have! especially on flow trails!
  • 3 0
 yeah its pretty sweet on offroad! you can pop off and whip the smallest of roots, stumps and lumps!
  • 3 0
 Yes it sure is fun!

He used to ride his old BMX offroad. www.pinkbike.com/photo/10711474
But now he has this race BMX, with very skinny tires. www.pinkbike.com/photo/11424734

Even though it's almost all loam here, the trails aren't that smooth.
And sadly his new BMX won't fit much bigger tires.
  • 3 0
 Awh yeah if thats the type of trail you're riding then fair enough, but kudos to the BMXing looks fast! Big Grin
  • 3 0
 Thank you!
  • 2 1
 Can someone please throw some pads on those little shredders?!!?
or does that thing come with an airbag too?
  • 1 0
 Yeah! Kids should NEVER get scratches!!!
  • 2 1
 Has anyone noticed the kid in one of the pictures has two fingers on the front brake and none on the rear!?
  • 2 0
 They do things backwards in nrth armerica man, its killing me being aussie over here!
  • 2 1
 america always has to be different. kid should be using one finger too.
  • 1 0
 So many beginners nowadays are being taught to only use their rear brake. . .there goes the flow trails!
  • 1 0
 I used to think skidding was uber-cool, now I just realise its stupid and doesn't help with your speed.
  • 1 0
 It's the moment to change my girls bike...cant afford something like this. Cool bike.
  • 2 4
 Trek fuggin blew it at sea otter.. They showed up with hard tails & kids bikes.. Not to mention their bikes look like shit these days.. They need to fire there graphic designer asap.. Trek could learn a lesson from the like of Specialized, Norco, Intense, etc.. C'mon Trek if I'm paying $8k for a dam bike it better not look like my 5 year old designed the paint & graphics... Weak sauce ..
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 Just awesomeTrek! Kids these days need a bike like this....sweet components and all! I hope that the winner posts a vid on how they used the bike over the summer!!!
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 Perfect for my eldest.
Just built her a junker for school and she is too big for her 24" cube!
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 holy shit I would love to get this but I would probably give this sick bike to my nephew
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 that could be a awesome bike for my niece !! and make me a great Uncle at the same time ....he,he,he, Smile !!!
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 My new dj rig
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 me to if i win
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 My daughters would each need one... Nah. Hopefully one would be enough.
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 And the moral of the story here is sharing !
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 Higher bars and it will be my ss bike Big Grin
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 26 4 life!
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 Would love to have my son riding a bike like this!
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 Know a little guy who be ecstatic about this
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 Its cool to see kids gettin hooked up with such awesome bikes these days
  • 1 0
 great bike with great spec.
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 I wish I was a little kid again so I could dream about owning a brand new, full suspension mountain bike.
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 How well does it take fenders? Gotta keep the dress clean. As long as it is pink, my daughter would love it.
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 my sister would love this....
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 its time for my daughters first MTB!
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 Evan and Meatball!! Get it boys!!
youtu.be/AkM3A8UGlzw
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 Entering for my 10 year younger neffew.
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 this would be an awsome bike to ride on
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 I need to make a kid to enter this competition?
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 My princess Libby would kill to have that
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 hey I'm 10 26ers are fine for me!
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 my sister would so love this
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 How many times can I enter?
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 Zero.
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 So I noticed it still said enter at the top and wasn't sure if either it hadn't accepted me or I could enter multiple times or what. I didn't want to he disqualified for a glitch so asked. Then Bishopmike decided to be a dick.
What is your problem? Just trolling?
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 Haha, don't get offended! I just kind of thought of it as a skill-testing question. Have a great day!
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 Great. Now I feel dumb. You have a good day too
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 Go Evan!!
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 Do these Quick releases actually work?
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 you would have to find someone that did not replace them with bolt skewers b4 their first ride and ask them.
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 Sooner walk than ride a Trek.
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 what do you mean by that?
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 I mean exactly what it says.
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 i'd strip it for parts
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