Fat Bikes rule, don't let conditions boss you around
Fat Bikes float over all kinds of terrain…wet stuff, roots, rocks, pebbles, gravel, sand, and many types of snow. Fat Bikes are meant to ride where there are you want to go. No roads? No problem.
Trek is a family-owned company so they know a thing or two about bringing along the whole crew. Enter the Trek's Farley 24: the kid-size, all-season fat bike. Trek has been making some of the best kids' bikes for years so the Farley 24 is a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike. A 1x9 drivetrain powers the monstrous 4.0-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec. All-season, all-family adventure begins with Farley.
Remember way back in the day when we called fat bikes "snow" bikes? Trek's Farley 8 has hit the mainstream and we could not be happier. There's nothing like ripping a fat bike over singletrack, regardless of the season. Roots, rocks, sand: they all disappear under you thanks to 3.8-inch tires and the 100mm-travel Bluto fork. And, yeah, the Farley is great in the white stuff, too. Trek's light aluminum frame is quick and nimble, and the tubeless-ready Jackalope wheels shed 4 pounds over other fat wheels, so you whip this thing around like it's nothing. The 1x11 SRAM drivetrain keeps it clean and gives you plenty of gears for serious adventure in literally any weather and Avid's disc brakes keep you always in total control. Now go get lost.
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From scorched sand dunes to winter white outs, and everything in between, Trek's Farley takes you to places few bikes dare to go. Let's not pigeonhole this big boy, it's just as fast and fun when the sun is out on your local trails. Thanks to a tapered head tube, Closed Covert rear through axle and a dialed geometry, the Farley is a sharp handling, steam-rolling monster truck of a bike. Trek was thinking versatility, so you've got front/rear rack compatibility, fender mounts, and internal cable and dropper post routing for when the terrain gets really hairy. A 2x10 drivetrain powers the 3.8-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec. All-season adventure begins with Farley.
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