TREK Slash 8 Gen 6 2024 Blue

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Šifra: Slash 8 Gen 6 2024
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SPECIFIKACIJE

Rama:
Alpha Platinum Aluminium, high main pivot, idler pulley, internal storage, angle-adjust headset, adjustable leverage rate, integrated frame protection, internal routing, magnesium rocker link, ISCG 05, Active Braking Pivot, UDH, 148x12 mm thru axle, 170 mm travel
Prednja vilica:
Fox Rhythm 36, Float EVOL air spring, GRIP damper, tapered steerer, 44 mm offset, Boost110, 15 mm Kabolt-X axle, 170 mm travel
Zadnja suspenzija:
Fox Performance Float X, 2-position damper, 230 mm x 65 mm
Kotači:
Bontrager Line Comp 30, Tubeless Ready, 6-bolt, Boost 110 front, Boost 148 rear
Gume:
Bontrager XR5 Team Issue, Tubeless Ready, Inner Strength casing, aramid bead, 60 tpi, 29x2.50" / Bontrager XR5 Team Issue, Tubeless Ready, Inner Strength casing, aramid bead, 60 tpi, 27.5 x 2.50"
Ručice mjenjača:
Shimano XT M8100, 12-speed
Zadnji mjenjač:
Shimano XT M8100, long cage
Pogon:
Shimano Deore M6120, 30T ring, 55 mm chain line, 165 mm length
Osovina pogona:
Shimano BB-MT501 BSA
Kazeta:
Shimano XT M8100, 10-51, 12-speed
Lanac:
Shimano SLX M7100, 12-speed
Sjedalo:
Bontrager Arvada, hollow chromoly rails, 138 mm width
Cijev sjedala:
Bontrager Line Dropper, 170 mm travel (Size S: 100mm travel), MaxFlow, internal routing, 34.9 mm, 450 mm length (Size S: 310mm length)
Kormilo:
Bontrager Line, alloy, 35 mm, 27.5 mm rise, 820 mm width
Navlake kormila:
Bontrager XR Trail Pro, alloy lock-on
Lula kormila:
Bontrager Elite, 35 mm, 0-degree, 35 mm length
Garnitura vilice:
Integrated cartridge bearing, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom, angle adjust cup compatible
Kočnice:
Shimano 4-piston hydraulic disc, M6100 lever, M6120 calliper
Težina:
M – 16.50 kg/36.38 lb (with TLR sealant, no tubes)
Extra:
Bontrager BITS Internal Frame Storage Bag
Godina modela:
2024

OPIS

All-new Slash - The long-travel enduro MTB

The backcountry battle axe

You’ll need this where you’re going

Slash is a no-holds barred enduro sled built to rip, rally, and rail through the gnarliest trails on the planet. With 170 mm of front and rear travel, mixed wheel size and new high-pivot design, the Slash not only descends like a beast, but it’s also ready to billy-goat up punchy climbs with square-edge slabs that send your friends on hike-a-bike missions.

Crush laps that enduro bikes of yesteryear only dreamed of. Charge through the chunder, hurtle over wheel-roasting roots and blast through boulder fields with drops so deep you’ll question your sanity – but never your bike’s capability.

High pivot, high aspirations

The problem with tradition

Bikes with main pivots closer to the crank have a mostly vertical axle path that allows the rear wheel to move up to get out of the way of obstacles. That works, but can cause a few hang-ups, especially in gnarlier terrain.

Higher pivot, more momentum

Moving the main pivot higher allows for a rearward axle path, so your back wheel can move in the same direction as the force from impacts. On the trail, this means more momentum in the rough and fewer hang-ups on square-edged hits.

Want the low-down on high-pivot?

Kickback?

Because rearward axle paths increase the distance between cranks and cogs, the chain pulls back on the pedals. That causes pedal kickback that’s harsh on your legs, and the chain tension can counteract your suspension movement.

Relax

While the rearward axle path increases the distance between rear axle and chain ring, it doesn’t increase the distance between the axle and that high main pivot, so, by routing the chain around this idler pulley, we eliminate the pedal kickback effect.

Climb like a mountain goat, charge like a bull

The Slash pedals better than other high-pivot bikes thanks to an idler pulley layout that's optimised for efficiency. Plus, that rearward axle path gives the Slash mind-blowing traction for scrambling up tricky climbs without getting caught on roots and rough edges. You get less wasted energy and more fuel left in the tank for the descents.

Upper idler

The 19-tooth upper idler pulley is bigger than most so the chain doesn't have to bend as sharply, adding efficiency and strength.

Lower idler

The lower idler pulley prevents chain growth below the chainstay and keeps that tension off the derailleur cage so you get better shifting and suspension performance.

The main ingredient in Slash's pedalling alchemy is its anti-squat curve. Anti-squat is affected by a few variables, but one of the biggest factors is main pivot position. The size and placement of the upper idler gives us another way to tune the anti-squat curve. Between the upper and lower idler layout and size, the Slash delivers a super-efficient and super-consistent feeling anti-squat curve that makes this bike pedal more like the short-travel Top Fuel than the previous generation Slash.

Built burly

1.Super slack head tube

Sitting at a relaxed 63.5-degrees, the Slash’s head tube keeps your front wheel far ahead for serious stability on the steepest, gnarliest trails.

2.Steep seat tube angle

Perched at 77-degrees, the Slash keeps you in the perfect position for putting down power on long slogs up fire roads and punchy, slabby climbs.

3.That just-right reach

460 mm of reach keeps the cockpit long and stable for control and stability through everything.

4.Size-specific chainstays

Get the same trail-taming feel no matter your height thanks to size-specific chainstays that keep handling consistent.

Mixed wheel size

The Slash ships with a 27.5˝ rear wheel for getting extra spicy on the steeps and a 29˝ front wheel for barrelling over the big stuff. Swap the lower shock mount to run a full 29er if you’re after full speed or keep it MX for getting way back without buzzing the rear wheel on near-vertical descents.

Try new angles

Install angle adjust headset cups (sold separately) to tweak headtube angle a degree steeper or slacker to your liking – all without affecting your bottom bracket height.

Adjustable leverage rate

Easily adjust suspension progression with just the flip of a chip. Ride it in the less progressive setting for a plusher feel perfect for rugged trails loaded with square-edge bumps. Flip it to more progressive when you’re riding fast, hitting big features and don’t want to bottom out – or if you want to roll with a coil shock.

All that, and then some

Stow it, don’t show it

Stash your ride essentials with in-tube storage on all models – both carbon and alloy. Included Bontrager BITS bag keeps your odds and ends organised.

Created for customisation

Want to run a longer dropper? Swap air for a coil shock? No problem. The Slash has plenty of room for beefy tires, big coil shocks and running up to a 190 mm fork. Plus, it’s even equipped with accessory mounts under the top tube when your storage door is loaded and you need to haul a little more.

On guard

We spent hours analysing high-speed camera footage to figure out just how to shape a guard to minimise chain movement, so you get a quieter, more protected ride.

Keep your guard up

Removable dual-density guards protect all Slash models from rock strikes and shuttle damage, and carbon models get additional protection from integrated Carbon Armour – an impact-resistant laminate under the paint that adds durability.

Trails are better with Trek!

Slash 8 Gen 6

The Slash 8 is an enduro mountain bike that's built for pressing the send button again and again. It's built on a high-pivot platform with 170 mm or front and rear travel that boosts traction for punchy climb stages and keeps stability a priority when you point it straight down. A mixed set-up with a 29˝ front and 27.5˝ rear wheel keep handling playful, and it comes equipped with a Shimano XT drivetrain for clean shifts no matter where you ride.

It's right for you if...

You want an enduro bike that keeps pedalling efficient on the ups and slays on the downs. The added traction from a high-pivot bike is appealing, but the stability on descents is really what takes the cake. Versatility is up your alley, and you love being able to walk the line between fast-rolling 29ers and nimble 27.5 wheels.

The tech you get

An Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame with high pivot suspension and idler pulley, plus internal storage. 170 mm of front and rear travel with a FOX Rhythm 36 fork with Float EVOL air spring and GRIP damper and a Fox Performance Float X shock.. Plenty of gears for punchy climbs with a Shimano XT drivetrain, a Bontrager Line Dropper and a MX wheel set-up with 29 in front and 27.5 in rear Bontrager Line Comp 30 Tubeless Ready wheels with Rapid Drive hub.

The final word

The Slash 8 is ready to party on enduro days with long travel, serious traction and stability for days. It packs in value and performance with a FOX suspension package and Shimano XT shifting.

Why you'll love it

  1. Its high-pivot suspension gives you insane control for hairy descents, while carefully tuned anti-squat and oversized pulleys make pedalling astonishingly efficient
  2. The long, 170 mm/170 mm front and rear travel is more than enough for stomping big jumps and cleaning rock gardens
  3. It comes ready to roll with a mixed wheel set-up that gives you a fast-rolling 29 in front hoop and stiff, yet nimble 27.5 in rear wheel, and can be set up as a 29er for more speed
  4. You can tweak Slash for how and where you ride with an adjustable leverage rate, bolt-on lower shock mount for swapping to full 29er and adjustable-angle headset (sold separately)
  5. Internal storage gives you a spot to stash tools and snacks, and it's available on all models

SPECIFIKACIJE

Rama:
Alpha Platinum Aluminium, high main pivot, idler pulley, internal storage, angle-adjust headset, adjustable leverage rate, integrated frame protection, internal routing, magnesium rocker link, ISCG 05, Active Braking Pivot, UDH, 148x12 mm thru axle, 170 mm travel
Prednja vilica:
Fox Rhythm 36, Float EVOL air spring, GRIP damper, tapered steerer, 44 mm offset, Boost110, 15 mm Kabolt-X axle, 170 mm travel
Zadnja suspenzija:
Fox Performance Float X, 2-position damper, 230 mm x 65 mm
Kotači:
Bontrager Line Comp 30, Tubeless Ready, 6-bolt, Boost 110 front, Boost 148 rear
Gume:
Bontrager XR5 Team Issue, Tubeless Ready, Inner Strength casing, aramid bead, 60 tpi, 29x2.50" / Bontrager XR5 Team Issue, Tubeless Ready, Inner Strength casing, aramid bead, 60 tpi, 27.5 x 2.50"
Ručice mjenjača:
Shimano XT M8100, 12-speed
Zadnji mjenjač:
Shimano XT M8100, long cage
Pogon:
Shimano Deore M6120, 30T ring, 55 mm chain line, 165 mm length
Osovina pogona:
Shimano BB-MT501 BSA
Kazeta:
Shimano XT M8100, 10-51, 12-speed
Lanac:
Shimano SLX M7100, 12-speed
Sjedalo:
Bontrager Arvada, hollow chromoly rails, 138 mm width
Cijev sjedala:
Bontrager Line Dropper, 170 mm travel (Size S: 100mm travel), MaxFlow, internal routing, 34.9 mm, 450 mm length (Size S: 310mm length)
Kormilo:
Bontrager Line, alloy, 35 mm, 27.5 mm rise, 820 mm width
Navlake kormila:
Bontrager XR Trail Pro, alloy lock-on
Lula kormila:
Bontrager Elite, 35 mm, 0-degree, 35 mm length
Garnitura vilice:
Integrated cartridge bearing, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom, angle adjust cup compatible
Kočnice:
Shimano 4-piston hydraulic disc, M6100 lever, M6120 calliper
Težina:
M – 16.50 kg/36.38 lb (with TLR sealant, no tubes)
Extra:
Bontrager BITS Internal Frame Storage Bag
Godina modela:
2024

OPIS

All-new Slash - The long-travel enduro MTB

The backcountry battle axe

You’ll need this where you’re going

Slash is a no-holds barred enduro sled built to rip, rally, and rail through the gnarliest trails on the planet. With 170 mm of front and rear travel, mixed wheel size and new high-pivot design, the Slash not only descends like a beast, but it’s also ready to billy-goat up punchy climbs with square-edge slabs that send your friends on hike-a-bike missions.

Crush laps that enduro bikes of yesteryear only dreamed of. Charge through the chunder, hurtle over wheel-roasting roots and blast through boulder fields with drops so deep you’ll question your sanity – but never your bike’s capability.

High pivot, high aspirations

The problem with tradition

Bikes with main pivots closer to the crank have a mostly vertical axle path that allows the rear wheel to move up to get out of the way of obstacles. That works, but can cause a few hang-ups, especially in gnarlier terrain.

Higher pivot, more momentum

Moving the main pivot higher allows for a rearward axle path, so your back wheel can move in the same direction as the force from impacts. On the trail, this means more momentum in the rough and fewer hang-ups on square-edged hits.

Want the low-down on high-pivot?

Kickback?

Because rearward axle paths increase the distance between cranks and cogs, the chain pulls back on the pedals. That causes pedal kickback that’s harsh on your legs, and the chain tension can counteract your suspension movement.

Relax

While the rearward axle path increases the distance between rear axle and chain ring, it doesn’t increase the distance between the axle and that high main pivot, so, by routing the chain around this idler pulley, we eliminate the pedal kickback effect.

Climb like a mountain goat, charge like a bull

The Slash pedals better than other high-pivot bikes thanks to an idler pulley layout that's optimised for efficiency. Plus, that rearward axle path gives the Slash mind-blowing traction for scrambling up tricky climbs without getting caught on roots and rough edges. You get less wasted energy and more fuel left in the tank for the descents.

Upper idler

The 19-tooth upper idler pulley is bigger than most so the chain doesn't have to bend as sharply, adding efficiency and strength.

Lower idler

The lower idler pulley prevents chain growth below the chainstay and keeps that tension off the derailleur cage so you get better shifting and suspension performance.

The main ingredient in Slash's pedalling alchemy is its anti-squat curve. Anti-squat is affected by a few variables, but one of the biggest factors is main pivot position. The size and placement of the upper idler gives us another way to tune the anti-squat curve. Between the upper and lower idler layout and size, the Slash delivers a super-efficient and super-consistent feeling anti-squat curve that makes this bike pedal more like the short-travel Top Fuel than the previous generation Slash.

Built burly

1.Super slack head tube

Sitting at a relaxed 63.5-degrees, the Slash’s head tube keeps your front wheel far ahead for serious stability on the steepest, gnarliest trails.

2.Steep seat tube angle

Perched at 77-degrees, the Slash keeps you in the perfect position for putting down power on long slogs up fire roads and punchy, slabby climbs.

3.That just-right reach

460 mm of reach keeps the cockpit long and stable for control and stability through everything.

4.Size-specific chainstays

Get the same trail-taming feel no matter your height thanks to size-specific chainstays that keep handling consistent.

Mixed wheel size

The Slash ships with a 27.5˝ rear wheel for getting extra spicy on the steeps and a 29˝ front wheel for barrelling over the big stuff. Swap the lower shock mount to run a full 29er if you’re after full speed or keep it MX for getting way back without buzzing the rear wheel on near-vertical descents.

Try new angles

Install angle adjust headset cups (sold separately) to tweak headtube angle a degree steeper or slacker to your liking – all without affecting your bottom bracket height.

Adjustable leverage rate

Easily adjust suspension progression with just the flip of a chip. Ride it in the less progressive setting for a plusher feel perfect for rugged trails loaded with square-edge bumps. Flip it to more progressive when you’re riding fast, hitting big features and don’t want to bottom out – or if you want to roll with a coil shock.

All that, and then some

Stow it, don’t show it

Stash your ride essentials with in-tube storage on all models – both carbon and alloy. Included Bontrager BITS bag keeps your odds and ends organised.

Created for customisation

Want to run a longer dropper? Swap air for a coil shock? No problem. The Slash has plenty of room for beefy tires, big coil shocks and running up to a 190 mm fork. Plus, it’s even equipped with accessory mounts under the top tube when your storage door is loaded and you need to haul a little more.

On guard

We spent hours analysing high-speed camera footage to figure out just how to shape a guard to minimise chain movement, so you get a quieter, more protected ride.

Keep your guard up

Removable dual-density guards protect all Slash models from rock strikes and shuttle damage, and carbon models get additional protection from integrated Carbon Armour – an impact-resistant laminate under the paint that adds durability.

Trails are better with Trek!

Slash 8 Gen 6

The Slash 8 is an enduro mountain bike that's built for pressing the send button again and again. It's built on a high-pivot platform with 170 mm or front and rear travel that boosts traction for punchy climb stages and keeps stability a priority when you point it straight down. A mixed set-up with a 29˝ front and 27.5˝ rear wheel keep handling playful, and it comes equipped with a Shimano XT drivetrain for clean shifts no matter where you ride.

It's right for you if...

You want an enduro bike that keeps pedalling efficient on the ups and slays on the downs. The added traction from a high-pivot bike is appealing, but the stability on descents is really what takes the cake. Versatility is up your alley, and you love being able to walk the line between fast-rolling 29ers and nimble 27.5 wheels.

The tech you get

An Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame with high pivot suspension and idler pulley, plus internal storage. 170 mm of front and rear travel with a FOX Rhythm 36 fork with Float EVOL air spring and GRIP damper and a Fox Performance Float X shock.. Plenty of gears for punchy climbs with a Shimano XT drivetrain, a Bontrager Line Dropper and a MX wheel set-up with 29 in front and 27.5 in rear Bontrager Line Comp 30 Tubeless Ready wheels with Rapid Drive hub.

The final word

The Slash 8 is ready to party on enduro days with long travel, serious traction and stability for days. It packs in value and performance with a FOX suspension package and Shimano XT shifting.

Why you'll love it

  1. Its high-pivot suspension gives you insane control for hairy descents, while carefully tuned anti-squat and oversized pulleys make pedalling astonishingly efficient
  2. The long, 170 mm/170 mm front and rear travel is more than enough for stomping big jumps and cleaning rock gardens
  3. It comes ready to roll with a mixed wheel set-up that gives you a fast-rolling 29 in front hoop and stiff, yet nimble 27.5 in rear wheel, and can be set up as a 29er for more speed
  4. You can tweak Slash for how and where you ride with an adjustable leverage rate, bolt-on lower shock mount for swapping to full 29er and adjustable-angle headset (sold separately)
  5. Internal storage gives you a spot to stash tools and snacks, and it's available on all models

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