The Powerfly hardtail has been in the Trek range already, but for 2018 it sees a few key changes. The frame has been completely redesigned for the custom Trek-Bosch battery that sits into the frame, and Trek have added size specific wheel sizing to the range as well. The eMTB setting for the Bosch motor responds in accordance to your torque, to match your riding style better.
The bikes have 100mm travel forks and Boost spacing for the tubeless ready wheels. The main differences between the models we will get in Australia will be moving from a RockShox Judy to Recon fork, and from 10 to 11 speed drivetrains – along with better braking, wheels and a wider gear range on the Powerfly 7 – along with a dropper post.
The Powerfly 5 and Powerfly 5 WSD will sell for $4499, and the Powerfly 7 will sell for $5499.