Raise your hand if you knew Brandon Semenuk and crew were riding custom Trek Session frames... Anyone? Developed for the C3 Project, the slightly modified Session Park will be available Spring 2014. BOOM!
Sporting many of the same features as the Session 9.9, like the adjustable geometry Mino Link flip chips and OCLV Mountain carbon, the Session Park also gains a few tricks of its own.
The chainstays go from 445mm to 420mm to improve maneuverability and flickability (that's now a word). Note that the production model will have a raised seatstay brace as shown here.
A tapered headtube and internal routing keep things clean.
The Session Park has ISCG tabs, of course.
Rear travel goes from 210mm to 190mm while the suspension leverage ratio gets more progressive. The production model will be spec'd with a RockShox Vivid Air.
Perfect for sending Rampage-sized hits, it'll be available in medium and large sizes.
$4499.99 worth of tree scrubbing fun.
Also new for 2014, the Ticket DJ frame is back!
Boosting lips in New Zealand aboard the Ticket DJ. #notbad
Now with an updated 142x12 rear end and sliding horizontal rear dropouts for single speed or geared options. $699 for the Ticket DJ.
No feet, no worries with Cam McCaul.
Available November 2013, the long-awaited Ticket S frame will come in super limited rider editions and black-on-black for $1499.99.
Purpose built exclusively for the C3 Project, the Ticket S was designed to mimic the feel of the Ticket DJ.
Brett Rheeder doing work.
The Ticket S has 100mm of travel via the Full Floater and EVO Link, as well as Trek's Active Braking Pivot (ABP).
As custom as it gets, you just have to get a little crafty.
Trek is even giving you the chance to score a limited edition paint job. Ryan "R-Dog" Howard is up to bat first with his custom Stars 'n Stripes theme. 'Merica!
Trek will be rolling out the rider editions periodically starting Spring 2014, and we're bound to see some fresh designs along the way.
Right side up or upside down, the Ticket S is ready for business.
They're finally here. Cheers for dialing everything in, boys!