Feast your eyes on Trek Factory Racing DH’s new look for 2023

The DH boys' new black kits and smoky paint are FIERCE

The Trek Factory Racing Downhill squad is going to look a little different in 2023.

Loris Vergier, Reece Wilson and Kade Edwards are all back, but they’ll have a new, young teammate in tow. Bodhi Kuhn, just 17, raced under the TFR tent last year as he made his World Cup debut. He’ll be a full-time member of the squad as he attempts to take even more junior podiums.

Those four riders will maintain TFR’s steadfast commitment to being the best looking squad on the circuit (not to mention the fastest). To start the year, they’re busting out new black kits for training and early season racing, and a paint scheme being used across all TFR squads that uses real smoke to create a one-of-a-kind effect.

And that’s just the beginning. Expect to see new kits and paint schemes throughout the season, courtesy of the mad geniuses at 100 Percent and inside the Trek paint shop. In the mean time, feast your eyes on what the DH boys will be sporting to start the year.

Up close with the boys' smoky new Session.

100 Percent created a minimalist look for maximum impact.

RockShox still keeping the ride smooth.

Bodhi at the start of a burgeoning modeling career.

NEW SPONSOR ALERT NO. 1: Burgtec taking good care of our handlebars, stems and saddles.

Reverse view.

NEW SPONSOR ALERT NO. 2. You may have heard about this one. We can't wait to ride with Pirelli.

Kade looks cool now, but just wait until you see him in motion.

SRAM gets it done.

Even with a little mud, it still looks like a ... well, you know.

Crankbrothers keeps the wheels turning.

Coming soon to the gnarliest tracks in the world.

Still a Session all the way through.

Smoke 'em if you got 'em.

Stay tuned for more preseason TFR DH content in the coming days and weeks ahead of the World Cup opener in Lenzerheide from June 9-11. Follow the squad on Instagram and don’t miss a thing.