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The Trek Supercaliber is now available for super customization in Project One

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[Waterloo, WI] — Trek announced today the addition of Supercaliber, the game-changing XC bike revealed at the UCI MTB World Championships in August, to the lineup of models available for customization in Project One.

When it comes to XC race bikes, Supercaliber is in a class of its own. It features a unique integrated suspension design called IsoStrut that delivers the best riding characteristics of hardtail and full-suspension XC bikes, combining efficiency, control, and traction all in one package. It’s the perfect solution for XC racers who want to hammer on climbs and sprints, and also keep speed through the rough stuff and rip descents.

Starting today, riders can customize their dream XC race bike in Project One. Supercaliber is available in ICON, Premium, and Signature paint schemes, with a full run of component options.

Riders can build a fully custom Supercaliber from scratch in Project One, or start with any of the following models and customize it with a Project One paint scheme:

Supercaliber 9.9 AXS

Supercaliber 9.9 XX1

Supercaliber 9.9 XTR

Supercaliber 9.8 GX

Supercaliber 9.8 XT

Project One ICON: Works of art

Project One ICON is a collection of premium paint schemes that represent the highest level of artistry in custom bicycles. It’s about more than colors that stand out: each design is filled with texture, depth, and mood. Every ICON showcases a mastery of brush and paint and reflects the passion the most experienced Project One artists bring to their craft.

New Signature schemes

Project One ICON is hard to resist. However, since Project One is all about choice, riders can also choose their own colors with our Signature paint schemes. Supercaliber is available in Solid Logo, Full Fade, and Finishline customizable schemes.  

Source: Trek Bicycles

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