Trek Roscoe 7 2021 Mountain Bike – Orange

£1,050.00

SKU: SK-91557112350 Categories: , ,

About the Trek Roscoe 7Roscoe 7 is a mid-fat trail hardtail for riders who favour a fun and lively ride. Confidence-inspiring 27. 5+ wheels and mid-fat tires, a plush suspension fork, and an easy-to-use 1x drivetrain make Roscoe 7 stable enough for new riders, and playful enough to make even the most experienced shredders smile. You're new to the trail and want a fun and accessible hardtail that keeps you confident and in control when the trail gets rough. Or, you're a more experienced trail rider and you want a bike with more traction that knows how to party when you're out riding with friends. Roscoe 7 features a strong Alpha Gold Aluminum frame, confidence-inspiring 27. 5+ tires mounted to Tubeless Ready Bontrager Line rims, and a 120mm Rock Shox Judy Silver fork with a Turn Key hydraulic lockout and adjustable rebound. It's equipped with a reliable SRAM 1×12 drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, and a dropper post for extra room on rough trails. When you're riding Roscoe 7, it doesn't matter if you're a first-timer or an off-road pro-whatever your skill level, you're gonna have fun. It's built for ease of use and durability, so you can focus on enjoying the trail ahead. Key Features Alpha Gold Aluminium frame is light weight and responsive. It is also up-to-date with the latest standards, so you have endless choices for adding upgrades like a dropper post Rock Shox Judy SL 120mm, air fork is perfect for riders who want an all-round fork that can handle the toughest trails and enduro rides SRAM SX Eagle 1×12 Drivetrain delivers high performance shifting in any situation, with the brilliant reliability and simplicity of single chainring setups Shimano MT200 Hydraulic Disc Brakes give powerful, controllable and consistent stopping power, with minimal effort, in all conditions Maxxis Rekon 27. 5 x 2. 8" Tyres have an aggressive tread in high-volume casing, designed with great traction in mind Bike Sizing Choosing the bike size depends on the type of bike, you