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2018 Trek Procaliber 9.7

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2018 Trek Procaliber 9.7

Availability: In stock

$3,499.00

Quick Overview

World Cup technology for your local trails!

Details

Color: Matte Charcoal/Orange

Sizes: 15.5, (27.5" wheels) 17.5, 18.5, 19.5 and 21.5" (29" wheels). Please call for size availability

 Cross country racing? Fun on the local trails? The Procaliber 9.7 will do it fast and smooth.

A mountain bike should always give the rider a feeling of control and confidence, and the Trek Procaliber achieves that with plenty of tech in its arsenal. But what about comfort? Can a fast and nimble hardtail be smooth, too?

The Procaliber 9.7 does it with Trek's proprietary IsoSpeed decoupler found at the top of the seat tube/top tube juncture. It allows the Procaliber's frame to flex vertically, soaking up rough surfaces, rooty singletrack and generally bad trails. The Procaliber 9.7's OCLV Mountain carbon fiber frame has been engineered to offer better overall vertical compliance while still keeping torsional strength high. A press-fit PF92 bottom bracket and tapered E2 head tube enhance the bike's pedaling response and handling respectively. Uphill, out-of-the-saddle charges are what the Procaliber is designed for, and the sheer lightness of the frame makes every incline easier. Adding a thru-axle rear hub improves lateral strength as well, eliminating power-robbing frame flex. Internal cable routing adds a clean look to the Procaliber 9.7, adding durability to shifter cables in messy, muddy conditions. RockShox brings their race-proven Reba RL suspension fork to the Procaliber, making every technical trail less fearsome. Air adjustability, a 15mm thru-axle, a Motion Control remote lockout lever and external rebound control help you make the best of any singletrack or racecourse, no matter how ugly.

Shimano's recently redesigned 8000-series Deore XT components are found throughout the drivetrain on the Procaliber 9.7. The shifters, Shadow+ rear derailleur, front derailleur and 11-42T cassette are all race-ready Deore XT parts, adding light weight, durability and lightning-quick operation. A 36/26T RaceFace Next R crankset helps to boost gearing range on roller-coaster trails and singletrack. World-famous wheel builder DT Swiss brings an outstanding tubeless-ready wheelset to the Procaliber 9.7: The M1900. Built with alloy rims with a 20mm inner width, these wide wheels produce a better tire profile and contact patch that enhances handling, especially in loose conditions. Boost110/148 hubs add lateral strength as well, improving handling further in fast turns. Bontrager's 2.20"-wide tubeless-ready XR2 Team Issue tires add bags of grip while keeping rotating weight low. Helping to keep speed reigned in is a set of Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes. Be it wet, muddy, dusty or dry, Shimano disc brakes add consistant stopping power in any condition. Bontrager also adds a Montrose Comp saddle, Pro OCLV carbon fiber seatpost, alloy Elite stem and alloy Race Lite handlebar.

Additional Information

Year 2018
Gender Mens + Womans
Color Charcoal
Speeds 22 speed
Features Light weight, nimble handling, race fit, OCLV Mountain carbon fiber frame, IsoSpeed decoupler, G2 geometry (on 29'er wheel bikes), tapered E2 head tube, internal cable routing, PF92 bottom bracket, Boost110/148 hub spacing, thru-axle hubs, air-adjustable RockShox Reba SL suspension for with 100mm of suspension travel, Motion Control w/remote lockout lever, 11-speed Shimano XT shifters, Shimano Deore XT Shadow+ rear derailleur, Shimano Deore XT front derailleur, Shimano Deore XT 11-42T cassette, RaceFace Next R 36/26T crankset, Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes, tubeless-ready alloy DT Swiss M1900 wheel set, tubeless-ready Bontrager 29x2.20" (27.5x2.20" on 15.5" size) XR2 Team Issue tires, Bontrager Pro OCLV carbon fiber seat post, Bontrager Montrose saddle, alloy Bontrager Elite stem, alloy Bontrager Race Lite stem
Manufacturer Trek