FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“(Waterloo, WI) – Trek bicycle today revealed a nimble, versatile fatbike dubbed the “Farley.” And this big boy brings Trek’s engineering and features to the fat bike movement. The aluminum frame fits a fatbike-standard 170mm-wide rear hub and can run up to a 4.0 width tire front and rear, providing fantastic traction across any terrain, and enough volume to handle everything from Saharan dunes to Wisconsin whiteouts. But this curvy cruiser is no slowpoke; thanks to intelligent engineering and sharp geometry the Farley has a flair for performance as well as adventure.
Once you get past those fat tires, the Farley boasts a Closed Convert dropout in the rear for proper handling. Pair that with an E2 tapered head tube and fork, and you’ve got one-sharp-handling, husky fella. The Farley is forward-thinking, too, with front and rear rack compatibility, fender mounts, internal cable routing, and stealth dropper post routing for when the trail gets really hairy.
“We’ve been seeing more and more consumers looking to ride different terrain in all seasons and the Farley is going to answer those needs,” said Trek Mountain Bike Product Manager John Riley.
The Farley will be available as a complete bike and a frameset early October. Pricing details will be released soon.”