First Look – Trek Session 10 review

The Session 10 is the bike ridden by freeride star Andrew Shandro and it's one hell of a beast. We recently spent some time thrashing it around the freeride Mecca of Whistler, Canada.

Our rating 
4.3 out of 5 star rating 4.3
GBP £3,500.00 RRP | USD $4.00
Trek Session 10

Our review

Great looking, and one hell of a ride
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The Session 10 is the bike ridden by freeride star Andrew Shandro and it’s one hell of a beast.

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We recently spent some time thrashing it around the freeride Mecca of Whistler, Canada. Here’s the deal – rear suspension is provided by a 254mm (10in) travel Manitou Revox shock, a unit designed around this rig, and you get a 203mm (8in) travel Manitou Travis Triple fork with Intrinsic Damping.

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The bike uses what is essentially a high single-pivot design with a rocker in the belly of the frame to drive the shock. The chain is routed over the high front pivot so it pedals like a low-pivot bike and the bottom bracket and head angle are adjustable. We also think the monocoque mainframe design looks cool. Buying the frame only will cost you £1,800.

Product Specifications

Product

Name Session 10
Brand Trek

Bottom Bracket Height (in) 14.6
Brakes Juicy 3
Chainstays (in) 17.1
Head Angle 66
Pedals Non Supplied
Seat Angle 64
Top Tube (in) 21.9
Available Colours White
Available Sizes 15.5 Inches 17.5 Inches 19.5 Inches
Grip Type Lock-On