The Trek Farley 5 is without a doubt the most value-packed fat bike you can buy. This Farley is your ticket to epic rides all year round, and it won’t bleed your bank account dry.
It’s perfect for groomed snow single track, rough trails, and backcountry exploration. If you love adventure, you’ll love the Farley.
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Lightweight alloy frame for easy handling
The frame itself is surprisingly light, allowing you to put some power into the pedals without being held back. Horizontal dropouts allow you to run a geared or single speed drivetrain or alter your wheelbase, and a mountain geometry gives you the positioning you need to rip it up.
Massive tires for ultimate grip and float
The studdable Gnarwhal tires are wide enough to float over rocks, roots, sand, and snow. There’s really no limits on where this bike can take you.
Capable mountain bike drivetrain
The 1x10 Shimano Deore drivetrain gives you plenty of gear range to make it up tough climbs and through extra rough terrain.
Premium components for extra performance
The Farley 5 comes with a carbon fork, SUNringlé Mulefüt wheels, a dropper post, and a 108T Rapid Drive hub that engages instantly.
The Trek Farley 9.6 is the lightest, fastest fat bike on the market. It’s the most fun way to ride all year round, and it excels on trails, backcountry adventures, and winter races. If you prioritize performance and like to have a blast, the Farley 9.6 will be your new best friend.
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Lightweight carbon frame and fork
The OCLV Mountain Carbon frame and Bontrager Haru carbon fork give the Farley tons of speed and maneuverability. It’s tough enough for wild adventures and singletrack, but fast enough for 1st place.
The SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain will ensure you’ve got the gear range to make it up any climb, and the Sunringle Mulefut wheels are super strong and light.
Massive tires for superior grip and float
The Bontrager Barbegazi tires offer incredible amounts of grip and float so you can fly over the roughest, loosest terrain you can find. They excel in the snow and sand, but with a little more air in them they can hold their own on summer singletrack.