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, either, 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, 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 SRAM 2x10 drivetrain powers the 3.8-inch tires and a host of Bontrager components rounds out the spec. All-season adventure begins with Farley.
|Frame||Trek Alpha Platinum Series aluminum w/E2|
|Fork||Trek Alpha Platinum Series aluminum|
|Rims/Wheels||Surly Holy Rolling Darryl|
|Hubs||Salsa:135mm Front; 170mm Rear|
|Tires||Surly Knard, 26 x 3.8|
|Crankset||Race Face Ride w/Turbine ring|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM X0|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X9|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 10-speed: 11-36|
|Handlebars||Bontrager Race Lite|
|Stem||Bontrager Race Lite|
|Brakes||Avid DB3 disc|
|Saddle||Bontrager Evoke 2|
|Seatpost||Bontrager Rhythm Elite|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
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I am enjoying this bike as a winter commuter and rec riding. Nice mix of components, great for all sorts of winter rides from bombing down trails to whipping around snow packed streets. It is a sure footed bike that give you lots of confidence when riding
I purchased a 2014 Trek Farley after extensive research including riding various other brands. I was initially concerned with standover height since I have a 28in. inseam and stand 5'6" tall. The small turned out to be the best suited for me. Because of its lightness (31 lbs.) It seems more nimble than some of the others, and climbs much easier. If I had to do it over, I would pick the exact same bike.