Monday, November 12, 2012

Looking For 2013's Best Hybrid Bike? We Found it: Trek Dual Sport 8.6

Trek's 2013 Dual Sport 8.6 is the perfect bike for someone who wants to ride around town or commute to work, as well as satisfying the needs of the mountain biker inside. 

It's the right solution for the multi purpose rider, designed for weekday-to-weekend versatility. Trek uses Alpha Gold aluminum that is formed into tube shapes that effectively balance weight and strength. It's designed to absorb 20mm worth of roots, curbs, and railroad tracks without a shock. They call it IsoZone, and it adds comfort and durability directly to the frame. In addition, Trek utilized a handlebar-mounted control for on-the-fly suspension lockout as you switch terrain. A remote lockout means an easier time on the trail as your hands don't even have to move from the handlebars to execute this function.

The bike easily accommodates the standard 700x35c tires with fenders, but you can also use Bontrager XDX 29"x1.8" MTB tires without fenders for those weekend trips to the light trails and fire roads.

This bike is comfortable, ergonomic, and capable which are all essential for the everyday rider. Having the choice of tire size is also a nice feature for those who plan to use the bike for different purposes. The 2013 Dual Sport 8.6 is fast and efficient on pavement, and is capable and confident on dirt.

Come to Bumstead's Bicycles, located at 1038 W. 4th St. in Ontario, CA. We have the DS 8.6 as well as the rest of the 2013 Trek lineup. We want you to come and take a test ride, because we know this is the bike for you.

Call us today at 909-984-9067, or visit our website at

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