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Preview: 2012 Trek Lush Full Suspension Bike for Women

Trek 2012 Lush Carbon Beauty

Preview: 2012 Trek Lush Full Suspension Bike for Women

I think bike manufactures are finally getting it. Women’s bikes are not taking a “unisex” bike, shortening the top tube and throwing a women’s saddle on there. Let me introduce you to the 2012 Trek Lush. There aren’t too many details but this is what I have so far.

Trek 2012 Lush Carbon Beauty

120 mm of suspension. Ground up design with a lower center of gravity and lower stand over. The spec’s and prices haven’t been released but with 4 different models from “Lush” to “Lush Carbon” I would bet that the pricing and spec will mirror the EX line that has been Trek’s mainstay for the past few years.

Trek 2012 Lush Carbon Profile

5 Comments
  • Donna
    Posted at 10:07h, 27 July Reply

    When can we expect these bad babies to hit the stores? Any idea on what colors will be available? And where’s the best place to try one out in the Los Angeles area?

  • Donna
    Posted at 10:07h, 27 July Reply

    When can we expect these bad babies to hit the stores? Any idea on what colors will be available? And where’s the best place to try one out in the Los Angeles area?

    • Bike Shop Girl
      Posted at 10:29h, 27 July

      Sent to our contact at Cannondale!

  • Adrienne
    Posted at 13:02h, 01 August Reply

    Sweet! I bought a Lexa last year and was really impressed with Trek’s approach to a woman’s-specific bike. I’ve been looking for several years to upgrade from a hardtail to a full suspension mountain bike and this might just be the one. Any idea when the official announcement will be?

  • Maria Hetland
    Posted at 01:28h, 11 August Reply

    Looks suspiciously like the Specialized Safire. Glad Trek is catching on! Love the bike.

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