Included in the new range of updated mountain bikes for 2012 released by Trek Bikes is the Remedy 9.9. The first major change is its slacker geometry, with the head angle loosened to 67 degrees. Moreover, ISCG tabs are added allowing the riders to run a chain device and two rings.
Since its DRCV shock tech is compressed into a Fox Float fork, there are two chambers instead of just one. While the fork shifts through its travel, the second additional chamber is started. Moreover, this offers a more linear feel on the trail as compared to a standard air fork.
Both downhills and climbs are made easier by the 2012 Trek Remedy 9.9 Mountain Bike. Aside from its slackened head angle, other new features of the bike include 720mm carbon bars, a dropper post and short stem. A new Mino link on the rocker link rear allows the rider to lift the BB, as well.