Trek Top Fuel 110 XC Full Suspension

5/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $5500.00


Product Description

  • Front Suspension
  • Bontrager Race X Lite Disc
  • Shimano XTR
  • OCLV 110 Carbon


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Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jjschneider a Cross Country Rider from Plymouth, MN, Hennepin

Date Reviewed: March 25, 2011

Strengths:    I have been riding this bike for 4 years and this season will be the 5th. Too many strengths to name but it is light, quick, responsive and a great xc race bike. The Bontrager wheels have held up very well and I'm very impressed the other Bontrager componets as well - stem, bars, seat post and wheels.

Weaknesses:    I had to warrenty the Bontrager saddle when it was new but none other than that.

Bottom Line:   
This would be a good bike (if you can find one used) for a xc rider that wants a high end ride but doesn't have the $ for a new one. Normally I sell my mtbs after 2 seasons but this one I can not find a reason to replace.

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Favorite Trail:   Rock Lake, Cable, WI

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $4000.00

Purchased At:   Riverbrook in Seeley

Similar Products Used:   None this good. I have been xc racing for 20 years and this is by far my best bike. I'm sure the new Top Fuel Treks are great.

Bike Setup:   Stock other than the replacing the saddle and grips.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by norseman a Cross Country Rider from Rancho Cucamonga, ca, USA

Date Reviewed: August 30, 2009

Strengths:    Durable. Climbs well. Stiff frame, stiff rear triangle.

Weaknesses:    Paint chips too easy.

Bottom Line:   
This review is for the 2005 Top Fuel 110. Im a 220 pound rider and was a little skeptical about how the carbon and lightweight components would hold up under weight and heavy riding. I was especially thinking about the rear triangle flex, bushings and the World Cup forks. I ride cross country but I dont baby this bike. I ride in an area with ruts, rocks, long climbs, brief all out vertical climbs and this bike does it all without complaint. My aluminum bikes and components flex under full power to the point of the chainwheel rubbing on the derailer, but not this. The front fork was probably not designed for riders my weight, but with 175 PSI and 165 PSI top and bottom, it soaks up the hits and sticks to the dirt. Front and rear lockouts are a MUST for a heavy rider. The only think Ive replaced is the middle chainring. This bike will do far more than I am capable of and considering it was the Trek Team Issue bike, theres no doubt it can pay the bills. Only thing that could be better is the paint durability. Lots a rock chips but then again, the cranks have quite a few chinks in the armor and theyre aluminum.. oh well.

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Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $27000.00

Purchased At:   Trek San Diego

Similar Products Used:   Trek 7000 hardtail, Gary Fisher Sugar

Bike Setup:   Stock except for saddle, Ergon grips w/barends

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by PedalHarder2GoFaster a Cross Country Rider from tampa,fl, US

Date Reviewed: February 4, 2009

Strengths:    The bike is light...mine is at 24 pounds with pedals...The thing climbs like im on a ski lift and for a XC bike descends great... On flat ground you can really excel by going for hours at a really high speed with minimal fatigue... This bike does most of the work

Weaknesses:    If your a serious downhiller...this bike is not meant for you

Bottom Line:   
It was the Trek Team racing bike so it is top of the line...If you can find one for a little below the retail $5500 I would suggest you get it

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Favorite Trail:   Alafia

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $2500.00

Purchased At:   ebay

Bike Setup:   Trek Top Fuel 110, Full XTR, FireXCpro's

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Juan Lopez a Racer from Oak Grove, KY

Date Reviewed: March 1, 2006

Strengths:    This Frame comes with a lifetime warranty. The Bike is extremely light @ 23.8 pounds. There is nothing you can really do to this bike to make it any more perfect. I love everything about this bike. The people at Bikes and Moore were excellent when it came down to tuning it for me.

Weaknesses:    The selection of tires could be better. On my first 10 minutes of riding I crashed do to over inflation of the tires. You can save at least another pound by mounting a good set of tubeless tires, the rims will do both. I also found the saddle to be too stiff and will replacec it with a selle Italia like on my other rides.

Bottom Line:   
This bike is a perfect racer straight out of the box. If you save up enough ($5500) you will enjoy a superb ride and will not have to replace anything on it to make it better. PERFECT!!!

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Favorite Trail:   Canal Loop, KY / Corujo, Vigo Spain

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $5500.00

Purchased At:   Bikes and Moore, Hopkinsville, KY

Similar Products Used:   I also ride a Kona Kula, full XTR and Rock Shox SID forks and a Specialized ALLEZ Road bike.

Bike Setup:   Stock from Trek

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Squeaky Top Fuel 110

I have a 2005 Top Fuel that has developed several squeaks and creaks. I have tried rebuilding the pivot points, tightened both skewers and bottom bracket. Does anyone have any ideas on what to do next?Read More »

Help with sqeaky Top Fuel 110

I have a 2005 Top Fuel 110 that has developed several squeaks. I have rebuilt the suspension pivots, tightened the bottom bracket and skewers. Does anyone have any ideas?Read More »

Help with squeaky Top Fuel 110

My 2005 Trek Top Fuel has developed several sqeaks. They seem to come from everywhere. I have rebuilt the suspension pivots, the bottom bracket and cleaned/tightened the skewers. Anyone else have the same problems?Read More »

What style rear derailluer on 2005 Top Fuel 110?

I'm switching back to Shimano on my 2005 Top Fuel 110 and am looking for a Rapid Rise XTR rear derailleur. Problem is I'm not very knowledgeable on the different cage sizes, does anyone know what type of cage length Rapid Rise derailleur I'd need? I'm going to be using XTR M965 dual control shifters ... Read More »

What type of rear derailleur on 2005 Top Fuel 110?

I'm switching back to Shimano on my 2005 Top Fuel 110 and am looking for a Rapid Rise XTR rear derailleur. Problem is I'm not very knowledgeable on the different cage sizes, does anyone know what length Rapid Rise derailleur I'd need? I'm going to be using XTR M965 dual control shifters. Any tips ... Read More »

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