Trek Top Fuel 8

£3,250.00
This item is available and will be dispatched within 7-10 days
M/L
S
M
L
XL
XXL

The Top Fuel 8 fuses the speed of a cross-country bike with the capability and forgiveness of a full-suspension trail bike. It's quick and nimble, and dishes out serious fun on flow trails and techy descents alike.

You?re looking for a do-it-all full-suspension mountain bike that balances efficiency with shred-ability. You want to rip rough descents, fly up climbs and crush lap after lap.

A lightweight aluminium frame with internal storage, 120 mm RockShox SID fork with plush DebonAir spring, 120 mm of rear travel with a FOX Performance Float shock and a Shimano XT drivetrain. Plus, 4-piston brakes for confident descents, Bontrager Line Comp 30 wheels that are already completely tubeless ready, including sealant, and a Bontrager Line Dropper.

The Top Fuel 8 gets you the value of an alloy frame with drivetrain, fork and brake upgrades that keep up as you progress in speed and skill.
- This bike?s killer suspension set-up is both efficient and ready to party
- Mino Link lets you make small adjustments to your geometry quickly and easily, even mid-ride
- A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear
- New, removable Knock Block has a bigger steering angle to keep cables and hoses safe without sacrificing turning radius

Active Braking Pivot
Active Braking Pivot allows our engineers to tune how the suspension reacts to acceleration and braking forces independently. That means you get more confident control when you need it most.



Quick and in control
120 mm of rear travel combined with progressive trail geometry gives you a fast, responsive ride that helps you keep your cool when the trail turns rowdy.

Internal Storage
Internal frame storage makes it easy to ditch the pack and still carry your ride essentials.



Hassle-free routing
Guided internal cable routing keeps Top Fuel quiet on the trail and maintenance a breeze.



Will my bike have a curved top tube?
The smaller frames (XS and S) have a curved top tube. This design makes for a lower standover height, which allows shorter riders to straddle the bike more easily. The larger frames (M and up) have a straight top tube because taller riders with longer legs typically don't have the same issues with standover height.

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