Trek 3900 Disc XC Hardtail

4/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $569.99


Product Description

Hit the trails or own the streets on a bike that’s meant for you. Front suspension, knobby tires… the trail awaits.
  • Frame: Alpha White Aluminum w/semi-integrated head tube, bi-oval down tube w/integrated gusset, rack & fender mounts, disc compatible dropouts, replaceable derailleur hanger
  • Front Suspension: SR Suntour XCT w/coil spring and preload, 100mm travel
  • Wheels: Formula alloy DC20 front hub, Shimano alloy M475 rear hub; Bontrager 550 36-hole rims w/brushed sidewalls
  • Shifters: Shimano EF51, 8 speed


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Rob a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: March 31, 2013

Strengths:    Light weight, sturdy frame, good components for beginners.

Weaknesses:    gears, forks

Bottom Line:   
I have owned mine for approximately 7 months and have ridden it fairly hard on trails and the road, I am overall satisfied with the bike. I just recently upgraded the forks to Rock Shox XC 32's which is my first set of Rock Shox. You can tell a huge difference in the ride. I have had issues with having to adjust my gears several times due to the mud and wear and tear.

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Favorite Trail:   germany

Duration Product Used:   2 months

Price Paid:    $550.00

Purchased At:   retailer

Bike Setup:   all stock, with the addition of the Rock Shox XC 32 suspension forks and Bell odometer.

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Bob Marley

Date Reviewed: August 1, 2012

Strengths:    It's Light Weight

Weaknesses:    Breaks Terrible,Shocks Sucks,The Tires I Wouldn't Trust Cornering At All!

Bottom Line:   
This Bike I Thought Was Cool At First! The 26x2.0 I Hate Them! The Breaks Are Standard Disc Breaks And They Are TERRIBLE!

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by lilridgerider a Cross Country Rider from Tucson, AZ, USA

Date Reviewed: January 12, 2012

Strengths:    Frame, handling, light weight.

Weaknesses:    Brakes and the CRAPPY SUNTOUR FORK. Tires aren't good for cornering, you can go down pretty easy

Bottom Line:   
I tried a great deal of bikes before getting this one. It was the lightest in the budget range I had at the time. I am just getting start and am entering a couple of local races. I don't ride it on pavement at all. But after all of the upgrades I made to the front of my bike those parts are worth more than what I paid for the whole bike. But what really matters is that I am pleased with it. And I really am.

I must mention though. about a month and a half of riding and while riding this bike the upper part of the fork came out of the lower casting. This could have broken my neck. I just want people to be aware. I didn't crash this bike very hard or anything or jumped it off anything more than a foot. Be very cautious of the fork. The Trek store warrantied it and they were very good about it. But I don't trust it anymore and that's why I upgraded to a fox float and had to change out the front hub to accommodate the 15mm thru QR.

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Favorite Trail:   Golder Ranch, 50-yr trail

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $539.00

Purchased At:   Trek on Ft. Lowell

Similar Products Used:   none worth mentioning

Bike Setup:   Trek 3900 Disc. Upgraded to a Fox Float 32 Fork, Chris King front Wheel Hub, Chris King Headset, swapped the tires for Panaracer XC Pro. Mavic rims. Drivetrain, brakes, and handlebar/stem upgrade next.

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