Meet the all-new Supercaliber debuting at World Championships!

The best is now even better

The first generation Trek Supercaliber was a revelation when it was released in 2019. Over the last four years, the not-quite-a-hardtail, not-quite-a-full-suspension speed machine has racked up more than 30 major victories for Trek Factory Racing across national and continental championships, World Cups, World Championships and the Olympics.

Now the next generation of Supercaliber is ready to take on the world. TFR will race the bike for the first time this weekend at World Championships. The bike uses the same innovative IsoStrut design as the first generation Supercaliber, but now features more travel — 110mm in the front, 80mm in the rear — and slacker geometry for even better capability and handling, all while remaining lightweight and stiff on the pedal for when you need to hit the throttle.

This bike kicks butt, and we can’t wait to show it off on XC’s biggest stage. Take a look at the bike below, and get ready for an incredible weekend of racing.

IsoStrut is back and better than ever thanks to RockShox.

Trek's most advanced carbon layup helps make the Supercaliber SLR unbelievably light.

TFR rides Pirelli tires and SRAM's XX Eagle transmission so it can perform in any condition.

RockShox's new SID family of XC forks is lighter, stronger and more versatile than ever.

A flexible brake mount allows the suspension and rear triangle to act freely and improves braking performance.

And of course, we need an absolutely stunning paint job.

Trek engineers can't be beat.

Evie Richards is already in the groove on her new bike.

The new Supercaliber in all its glory.

For updates on all the action this weekend, and to see even more of the new Supercaliber, be sure to follow Trek Factory Racing XC on Instagram.