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Bēhance

  • If you are going to pay $9000 for a bike it had better be good.  Well this is the Trek Session 9.9 - a carbon fiber downhill race rig that trumps anything else on the course.  It is a culmination of some serious technology, amazing performance, and I will have to admit - stunning good looks.  It is rare I get this excited about anything I work on.
  • Thirty-two pounds may sound heavy for a bike - but in this class the Session 9.9 is a featherweight.  With a little extra cash for parts one can get it down to a mere twenty-eight pounds while retaining a full eight inches of front and rear suspension - it is something that World Cup winning downhill racer Aaron Gwin can appreciate [Video]

  • Concept development:  A few sketches based on the original Session frame.  CAD development [below] leverages SolidWorks surfacing (yes surfacing!) to design the carbon-fiber constructed frame.
  • The first prototype being un-boxed in Whistler, BC.  We produced a small prototype run just for testing with pro riders during the epic Crankworx event.  The result - all signs pointed towards go!