Trek adds mountain bikes to Project One

Annie Last

Project One has been one of the brightest jewels in the Trek crown, offering dazzling custom parts and paint schemes for road and triathlon bikes. Now the exclusive service has expanded to cover the new Trek Fuel EX 9.9 29er, the Superfly 9.9 SL and the Superfly Pro FS 100 9.9 SL.

Tracey Moseley' Fuel EX 9.9 29

“Customization is at the core of what mountain bikes are all about since Gary Fisher and company first created them in the 1970’s. Project One is the modern embodiment of that,” said Trek Mountain Bike product manager John Riley. “Project One mountain bikes are something that our customers have asked about for a long time and to be able to offer riders so many options is awesome.”
Emily Batty Superfly 9.9 SL

Here’s what you can customize:

Saddle: Pick one that’s just your size and just your style.

Seatpost: Dropper or rigid with choice of offset.

Rear Shock:  Pick your favorite and it will be tuned at Trek’s California Suspension Shop.  Remote lock-out is standard for Superfly FS.

Drivetrain: Custom gearing from Shimano and SRAM: 3×10, 2×10, 1×11. Your pick.

Tires: Choose from Bontrager Tubeless Ready suited to where and how you ride.

Color Details: Fork decals, headset, spacers.

Fork:  California tuned, remote lockout standard on Superfly models; no lockout on EX forks.

Wheelset: Choose a Bontrager wheelset from hardy to featherlight.

Frame color:  Choose from Select Series or Signature Series.

Ross Schnell Fuel EX 9.9 29

Trek now has 13 bike models in its Project One program.  Designing your own is easy.  Start your Project One design today! Need help figuring out the right specs to choose from?  The Bike Lane has a Project One design center at each location.  We can help you choose the right components and show you the full range of P1 paint schemes.  Your dream bike is only a few clicks away.

The Bike Lane's Project One Center

The Bike Lane’s Project One Center

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