Justin Leov Trek Remedy 29

Amidst the rumors of a long travel Trek 29er and word of a dealer only launch earlier today, Justin Leov tweeted a picture of his new ride for the World Enduro Series. Looking an awful lot like a 29 inch wheeled Remedy, Justin had this to say about the bike, “This thing has changed my mind on big wheels… fastest bike I’ve ridden on trail ever!” Word is that the Fuel EX and the Remedy will both have big wheels for 2014, with an official launch at the end of this month. We’ll keep you posted.


  1. They did an announcement on the dealer website. Fuel EX and Remedy in 29er flavor. Already in stock, ready to ship.

  2. @Steve-o; No, Lenz was in with the long-travel 29’ers several years before Specialized. Spec just did it with more publicity. As per usual. *insert all the lyrics from that “I’m Fast” rap song here*

  3. Rumor has it that there is one more new MTB platform coming out at the end of the month. Confirmed that it is not a 27.5 (650b) but “something better” according to the Trek MTB product manager. Not sure what’s better right now than 27.5 in order to stay ahead of Specialized for once, but we shall see…

  4. A carbon Fuel EX – 5-inch front/rear travel 29er sounds good to me. Does this squeeze the Rumblefish out of the line-up?

  5. There’s no betting here, people. Listen to Your Face, Corey and others who have correctly pointed out that it is for 29″ Remedys and Fuels. For the first time ever, Trek produced the bikes in secret, got a complete run in stock, and then released the information to dealers only on their internal website, with an official announcement to follow at the end of the month. The idea is that the dealers will have a size-run in stock and ready to ride on the day that the public becomes aware of it (rather than the usual multi-month lead time).

    That’s all. Kind of unexciting. You didn’t really think that Trek would make Fatbikes, or 650b, did you? They won big with the 29er and they’re going to milk that cow for at least another couple of seasons.

    They did Project One MTBs a long time ago, but it was a flop, and now they’re making Superflys in Taiwan, so it would be much more difficult to give it the Project One treatment (though not impossible, since they currently do this with the Domane).

  6. Isn’t it obvious? I work in “the industry.” I watched the video. I saw John Burke tell me exactly what I, and others, have told you. There’s no mystery Duder, sorry.

  7. Ok, Gravity. Take a breath. What’s being debated here isn’t the retail-first launch of the EX and Remedy 29 platforms, it’s the third announcement that will accompany the aforementioned models during the media launch at month’s end. I think you’re in for a pleasant surprise.

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