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2013 Trek Rumblefish

2013 Trek Rumblefish Mountain Bike at Trek Bike Store Charlotte NC

The New Trek Rumblefish pairs 29er momentum with the mojo of 120mm front and rear DRCV travel. It's a match made in big-wheel heaven, adding up to a do-it-all full suspension 29er trail bike.  The Rumblefish is the perfect next step whether you’re a 29er fan looking to tackle more technical terrain, or a 26" trail rider ready to trade up to bigger wheels.

2013 Trek RumbleFish Features

The 2013 Trek Rumblefish runs 29 inch wheels and tires The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses Kashima Coated Fork stanchions The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses a press fit bottom bracket The 2013 Trek Rumblefish Climb-Trail-Descend give you three suspension adjustments

29" wheels

More momentum

A bigger wheel holds its momentum better, so you keep rolling over rough stuff and maintain your speed through the corners.

Kashima Coat fork

Kashima Coat metal finish on the fork stanchions reduces friction, for quicker suspension response and improved durability.

Press-fit bottom bracket

Press-fit BB is a bottom bracket shell that allows the bearings to press into the frame rather than threading in as on standard bottom brackets. This provides a wider stance for the frame’s tubing juncture, resulting in a stronger frame. This wider stance also mimics the benefits of an OCLV Carbon-only technology, BB95.

Climb-Trail-Descend

CTD gives you three suspension adjustment options: Climb, Trail, or Descend. It’s a simple, intuitive, high-performance system available on select Fox shocks and forks.

The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses the DRCV Fork The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses oversized Mountain Bike Hubs The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses Trek's E2 Tapered Head Tube The 2013 Trek Rumblefish uses a 142x12 rear spacing on its hub

DRCV fork

The solution for full-travel control

Most forks use only about 90% of their travel. Trek Dual Rate Control Valve (DRCV) technology solves that, using two chambers to give you exactly the suspension you need for every inch of your ride. You get great small-bump compliance, smooth mid-stroke travel, and awesome big-hit control.

Oversized MTB hubs

Flex-free 29er

Bigger is better. Oversized hub, flanges, and end caps create a flex-free 29" wheel capable of chewing through technical terrain, for more confidence in rough stuff and in the corners.

E2 tapered head tube

Point-and-shoot control

E2 is the evolution of the traditional 1-1/8" headset to a tapered head tube, fork, and headset system. E2 tapers from a 1.5" lower to a 1-1/8" upper headset to provide more material where it matters most, resulting in a stronger, lighter frame with point-and-shoot control.

142x12

Stiffer thru axle, easy wheel changes

Our robust and confidence-inspiring rear thru axle is about 35% stiffer than an open dropout design. And now, a thru axle wheel change is actually quick and easy, thanks to a tabbed guide in the frame's dropout.

2013 Trek RumbleFish Video Reviews