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Tech feature: Trek and Gary Fisher 2008 MTB lineup, July 30, 2007

The media rides out
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Aspen groves and plenty of green scenery
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Smooth, fast singletrack
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Riders test out new Gary Fisher
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A berm term
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A pile of dusty Fishers and Treks
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Riders head out to test their bikes
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Wild flowers are the first to come back
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Trek's new Fuel EX 9 for 2008
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You can see all three new Trek Fuel EX technologies:
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The new EVO link is lighter and stiffer and now made out of one piece,
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Trek Fuel EX's junction
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The ABP
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The drive side portion of Trek's proprietary skewer
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Carbon armouring on the Fisher Superfly helps protect carbon from damage
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The Superfly
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The shape of the downtube / seat tube / chain stay junction
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Gary Fisher
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Assymetrical chain stays are one design feature
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A simple, single pivot design
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It's Genesis 2 all around
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Fox Racing Shox provides
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Gary Fisher's 29er hardtails
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Gary Fisher's semi-integrated headsets
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Gary Fisher Superfly
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A beefier Gary Fisher seat mast
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Fisher increases its bottom bracket shell
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Clean lines and unique styling
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The Gary Fisher Hi Fi comes
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The Fox RP 23 rear shock
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Cartridge bearings support
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Trek Fuel EX 9.0
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Trek Fuel EX's rear triangle
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Full Float technology
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A view of the proprietary Trek Fuel skewer
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For 2008, the new EVO link
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Another view of ABP technology.
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Trek 69er 3x9
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Trek's 69er boasts clearance for up to a 2.5" tire.
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Trek Top Fuel 69er
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The Top Fuel 69er
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