Trek E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2
With the E-Caliber 9.9 XTR, Trek have entered the uncertain market of XC-ebikes, whose potential has not yet been proven. The top-end model we tested here is uncompromisingly specced for weight savings but this significantly limits where it can be used. On...
- light-footed handling
- appealing and customisable motor concept
- look with guaranteed race flair
- limited range of application
- weak trail performance
- missing dropper post
- high price
The combined low weight and non-invasive nature of the Fazua motor system creates a marvellously natural feeling e-bike.
- Almost zero negative transition when pushing the E-Caliber past the motor cut-off.
- The combined low weight and non-invasive nature of the Fazua motor system creates a marvellously natural feeling e-bike.
- Front and rear end offer different performance characteristics.
- Range is disappointing.
- You could buy a Supercaliber or a Slash, and a Rail e-bike for less than the cost of the E-Caliber 9.9 XTR.
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Geometry Trek E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2
|body_height||153 - 167 cm||161 - 175 cm||174 - 188 cm||186 - 196 cm|
Customer questions & answers
FAQ Trek E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2
How heavy is the Bike?
The E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2 weights 16,40 kg. Thats roughly 36,2 pounds
What material is the frame of the Trek E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2?
The Trek E-Caliber 9.9 XTR Gen 2 ist crafted with Carbon