Years Made

2014 Trek 8.6 DS

Bicycle Type UNSPECIFIED Bicycle Type
MSRP USD (new)
Weight Not Available
Sizes 15 in, 17.5 in, 19 in, 21 in, 22.5 in
Colors Black/Charcoal/Blue, Matte Trek Black/Platinum
Item ID 9258531

Frame & Fork

Frame Construction Not Available
Frame Material Alpha Gold Aluminum w/Isozone
Fork SR Suntour NRX ATB 63mm
Fork Materal Not Available
Rear Shock UNSPECIFIED Rear Shock


Component Group Not Available
Brakeset Shimano M446 Disc
Shift Levers Shimano SLX, 10 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore LX
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX Shadow
Crankset Shimano T551 48/36/26t
Pedals Wellgo alloy body w/alloy cage
Bottom Bracket UNSPECIFIED Bottom Bracket
BB Shell Width Not Available
Rear Cogs UNSPECIFIED Speeds Speeds
Seatpost Bontrager SSR,12mm offset
Saddle Bontrager Evoke 1
Handlebar Extensions Not Available
Handlebars Bontrager Low Riser
Handlebar Stem Bontrager SSR 31.8mm
Headset Semi-integrated


Wheel Size Not Available
Hubs Not Available
Rims Bontrager AT-650 Rims
Front Tire Bontrager LT3, 700x38c
Rear Tire Not Available
Spoke Brand Not Available
Spoke Nipples Not Available
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By  Mike

This was a terrible bike. The equipment level was good but the design was bad. The front shocks got recalled. The frame had "iso zones" which were silicone grommets that the bars from the axle to the seat went through, rather than being solid. The grommets wore out in a year, I had them replaced. The second year the frame broke down by the bottom bracket. The design just allowed too much flex. Also because of the flex it never did shift correctly because things weren't in the same position riding as they were when it was on the rack. Also fenders would rub or break because of the flex. A truly terrible design for a fairly expensive bike