Trek’s Adaptable Fit
Featuring the same geometry as the earlier version, the 9.9 allows for a range of arm rest pad placements. Increased knee clearance comes from moving the base bar forward by 4 mm. The brake levers were moved back 30 mm for smooth, out- of-the-saddle climbs.
There are two available seat-post options: a 275 mm or a 335 mm.
The 9 Series seatpost is reversible and comes in two offsets, 15 mm or 50 mm for an aggressive tri or uci TT legal position. (On smaller bikes the draft box needs to be removed in order to adjust the seatpost height). The 9.9 is available in Trek’s wide fit range: S-XL, as well as an XS model with 650c wheels.
Trek has simplified the process of fitting and building the bike by an hour by reducing the number of fasteners and tools needed. Our official Trek mechanic, Andy Willison was adamant that once built up, servicing the 9.9 would be infinitely easier than the earlier models particularly in terms of the integrated brake system.