Trek HiFi Deluxe 29er Reviews


Trek HiFi Deluxe 29er

Avg Rating: (4.60 out of 5) 5 gear reviews
MSRP: $2399.00
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The race-ready XC aluminum clone of the Superfly 100

An XC full suspension 29er with all the technologies of the HiFi Pro with value-driven, race-ready components.


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stephenhaze on April 28, 2014
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Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Price
Components (for price)

Cons: Mix and Match components

Recommendation: I would recommend this bike. The suspension feels great. I may upgrade the wheel set in the near future. Possibly the rear deurailleur to match the front (shimano) but that is just me being picky. Would buy this bike again for sure.

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eastwood on March 19, 2011
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Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Crisp handling, super responsive, great on climbs, eats up roots and rocks, descends like crazy, great components and price point

Cons: None

Recommendation: This bike is awesome! Super reactive, all you have to do is think about turning and it feels like the bike does it for you. Nimble ride, corners like a beast, leans over smoothly and pops back up on the other side. This is my first full suspension (lighter than my hardtail!) and climbing is not an issue, minimal bob on the way up, and flies down the other side. 29 inch wheels eat up the trails. Seriously, there is no down side to this bike.

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gyuziuk on March 14, 2011
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Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Stability and stiffness. 29 inch wheels.

Cons: None

Recommendation: I was riding a 2005 Stumpjumper. My new Hi Fi is a much more stable ride and climbs over roots and helmet sized rocks way better than the stumpjumper while handling nicely. It's a little heavier, but seems to be a much better bike. Brakes and drivetrain are working perfectly after numerous rides through snow, ice and mud.

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patcycles on December 6, 2010
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Pros: Stiff, efficient, climbs well and descents like crazy. It also handles tight spots much better than one would think a 29er would and all for a price that won't break the bank.

Cons: None

Recommendation: I had a 2008 Gary Fisher HiFi Deluxe 29er that I loved until I test rode the new one. Trek/Gary Fisher and made a ton of improvements in the 2011 model which will run circles around the 2008 and 2009. It rides and handles like a bike that is much more expensive yet they have kept the price down to a level that more folks can handle. If you want a great do all bike then buy it you won't regret it.

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Theejuicer on December 17, 2013
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Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Comfortable, good looking.

Recommendation: Great mid lvl bike like it more then the Superfly

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Trek HiFi Deluxe 29er 4.60 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.