There are bikes that are ideal for off-road adventures, and bikes that will get you going fast on the road. For everyone else Trek Bicycles has revamped its line of bestselling fitness riding-targeted FX bikes. These are aimed at commuters as well as modern fitness riders, and are built around the concept of the “the fastest way to fit.”
The team behind the FX line looked at the needs of urban commuters and causal suburban riders alike and assessed what was needed for those who don’t always tone Lycra yet mostly stick to the road. The result is a bike that borrows from Trek’s road heritage and technology, combined with an emphasis on comfort and all around practicality. The FX line features road bike compact double cranks, and a tapered E2 headtube on key models to provide lively ride quality while the refined rack and rim lock mounts make the bike even more practical for city and suburban riding.
This line, which features both men’s and women’s models from $470 to $2090, and is aimed at cross-training and commuting options, include new Ride Longer breakthroughs such as the IsoZone vibration damping bar and grip combination that kills road buzz before it reaches the rider, along with the Flex Form saddles pivot to accommodate the natural rotation of the pelvis during pedaling keep the rider more comfortable in the saddle for longer while the revolutionary IsoZone rear elastomer keeps bumps at bay.
We something special in this FX.