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First Look: 2022 Trek Roscoe Hardtail


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Review by JP Purdom | Photos by Sam Noble

When it comes to mountain bikes, it’s no secret that a lot of people are on the overbiked end of the spectrum, or perhaps relying on their suspension to get them down a trail instead of their technical ability. Hardcore hardtails offer a solution to this, maintaining the stability required to go fast but giving a little less forgiveness that allows riders to separate out their skills from the ability of the bike and improve their riding. It shaves off the cost of a more complex frame plus a rear shock in the process, bringing this capability to a more budget-conscious demographic. The all-new Roscoe is Trek’s most recent answer to an affordable all-around mountain bike, specifically designed to get more people having fun on the trails. The Roscoe is simplicity driven, featuring dependable components, aggressive geo, and of course, no rear shock. Make no mistakes though; with 29” wheels, 2.6” tires, and 140mm of fork travel, the Roscoe is no slouch when it comes to rugged terrain. We were excited to find out how exactly how capable it was out on the trails around Bend, OR.

• 29 x 2.6″ Tires • HTA: 65° • STA: 73.1° • REACH: 470 (Large)

Price: $2,699/£2,200 Website:   Trekbikes.com

THE LAB Like most modern bikes, the Trek Roscoe follows the trend of long and slack with a relatively steep seat tube. This allows for better handling in the rough and better positioning on the climb. Roscoe’s sizing ranges from XS to XL to suit riders from 137cm to 196cm (4’5”-6’2”), with the XS size equipped with 27.5 wheels to better fit shorter riders. Quite a unique and very welcome addition to the size range is the “ML”, which forms a middle ground between the medium and large that should help to avoid quite so much deliberation between the two for riders who sit awkwardly in that size range. The reach on our Large was 470mm and pairs to a generous 644mm stack. The angles are shared across the size range, with a 65° head angle and a 74.7° effective seat tube angle. These numbers don’t take into account the fact that it’s a hardtail and therefore the angles steepen when on the bike, giving a slightly more upright climbing position but quicker steering than you may expect. A 6.1mm static BB drop (4.5mm on XS) and 430mm chainstays round out the numbers, giving a suitably all-rounded mentality.

Helping to keep the retail price down, the Trek Roscoe is only offered in their Alpha Gold Aluminum. The frame features a tapered head tube, internal cable routing with guides within the frame, ISCG 05 tabs, a threaded BB, and Boost 148 spacing. Trek paid attention to the frame protection, with good coverage on the chainstay and a generous downtube guard. Within the front triangle you can run two bottles thanks to the provided mounts. The Roscoe is offered in 4 different build kits ranging from $1149.99 to $2699.99. Trek says the Roscoe is the perfect choice for the rider who wants to get out and enjoy some gnarly terrain, without the maintenance and cost of a full suspension bike and backs it with their Lifetime frame warranty.

The Roscoe 9 we tested came equipped with some of the industry’s most reliable, robust, and affordable parts. The Fox Rhythm 36 comes equipped with the easy-to-tune GRIP damper, as well as the tried-and-true EVOL air spring. The XT derailleur and SLX shifter provide seamless shifting across the SLX 10-51t 12-speed cassette. E*Thirteen supplies a Helix crank with 30t steel chainring and a discrete upper chainguide to keep the chain firmly in place. The Roscoe 9 features quad piston Shimano M6120 Brakes, which should provide plenty of power, especially when matched with a 203mm rotor up front and a 180mm in the rear. Trek chose the TranzX Dropper post, which ranges from 100-150mm, depending on frame size – a 150mm length for sizes ML and above. The rest of our Roscoe 9 came outfitted with Trek’s own Bontrager components, most notably the grippy XR4 tires and Line 30 wheels.

THE DIRT As a staunch downhill and enduro rider, I was very skeptical of the way an aggressive hardtail would handle the trail. After spending a few weeks on board, the Roscoe, all I can say is, “wow”. The Roscoe’s reasonably slack head angle, healthy reach and 140mm fork make this bike extremely capable of tackling everything from flow trails to rock shoots. There were times when I completely forgot I was riding a hardtail because of how comfortable the body positioning is on this bike. The cornering ability is next level, thanks to the balanced geometry and aggressive 2.6” tires. I never found myself washing around in a turn, even in the dry, dusty conditions here in Bend. In the air, the Roscoe is balanced and predictable, even at high speeds.

It was obvious to me that the Roscoe was much more capable downhill than I would have ever imagined; then, when I finished a lap and turned around to pedal back up, I was pleasantly surprised by the comfort and efficiency of the Roscoe’s climbing position. The 74.7-degree effective seat tube angle makes the Roscoe a joy to pedal, and with the large size build weighing in at just under 30lbs, it gets up the hill without any issues. The XR4’s does a good job at clawing their way up terrain that seems impossibly loose, finding unexpected traction on a number of occasions.

The spec sheet on the Roscoe 9 was also impeccable. The shifting was perfect throughout, the brakes suitably powerful, the tires offered incredible traction, and the price seems pretty spot on given the quality components all round. For an experienced rider, based on Trek’s build sheet, I probably wouldn’t shoot for the Roscoe 6 (which is designed for beginner riders anyways); however, the 7 level and above offer parts more suited for an experienced rider and are available at extremely reasonable prices.

The only real qualms I had with the Roscoe were the grips and the bars – items riders will often look to swap out anyway to get that customised fit. The angles on the bars put a strain on my wrists, causing them to hurt after a good bit of saddle time. The back-sweep, combined with notoriously stiff 35mm aluminum construction, made a bit of discomfort on my first ride. The grips weren’t a significant complaint for me, but I don’t like to wear gloves when I ride, and the Roscoe grips aren’t necessarily suited for sweaty palms. That said, these are minor details on an otherwise dialled ride.

The Wolf’s Last Word

Price: – $2,699/£2,200 Weight: 29.6 lbs Website:   Trekbikes.com


CHASSIS Frame: Alpha Gold Aluminum Fork: Fox Rhythm 36, Float EVOL, GRIP | 140mm

COCKPIT Brakes: Shimano M6120 4-piston Handlebar: Bontrager Line, 35mm, 27.5mm rise, 780mm Stem: Bontrager Elite, 35mm, 0 degree, 45mm length Headset: FSA IS-2 Saddle: Bontrager Arvada Seatpost: TranzX JD-YSP18 | 150mm

WHEELS Rims: Bontrager Line Comp 30 Hubs: Bontrager alloy Tires: Bontrager XR4 Team Issue | 29×2.6″

DRIVETRAIN Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB52 Cassette: Shimano SLX M7100, 10-51, 12 speed Cranks: E*thirteen Helix, 30T | 170mm Shifter: Shimano SLX M7100, 12 speed Derailleur: Shimano XT M8100, long cage

Surprisingly capable Balanced geometry Comfortable climbing position Reasonable price

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Trek X-Caliber 8 hardtail review

Sean White

  • February 14, 2023

There are plenty of plus-points to the Trek X-Caliber 8 hardtail mountain bike, like reliable components and a sure-footed feel

Product Overview

Overall rating:, trek x-caliber 8 2022.

  • Tubeless-ready wheels and tyres
  • Heaviest bike on test


Price as reviewed:.

The Trek X-Caliber 8 is a sure-footed 29er hardtail mountain bike, with plenty of reliable elements that boost its score to impressive levels, but a few missteps that hold it back from quite making it as one of the best hardtail mountain bikes we’ve tested. There’s a whole lot to like though.

Twenty nine inch wheels have long been an integral part of Trek’s mountain bikes, especially the hardtails. And where initially there was uncertainty and hesitation in the industry, Trek pushed on with this larger wheel size and the persistence paid off: with 29in wheels now accepted globally and across all mountain bike categories, not just for the cross country crowd.

trek hardtail 2022

Trek’s early 29in wheel bikes were XC hardtails and since then, the X-Caliber has shifted upmarket and now sit between the entry-level Marlin and the carbon Pro-Caliber. All three platforms run 100mm travel forks.

We’ve pulled in the X-Caliber 8 for this review, which is just shy of the Scott Scale 965 in price and shares many of the same components. With all four bikes on test running Shimano brakes and 1×12 transmissions, we were keen to take this consistency a step further and chose models with regular seatposts, rather than droppers. Primarily for comparing the weight of the bikes, but riding dynamics and overall value played a part too as we felt it really levelled the playing field, and maintained the XC hardtail design ethos.

trek hardtail 2022

With a steeply sloping top tube and a super-low standover height the X-Caliber is a very striking bike. It’s a silhouette that’s mirrored through all the brand’s hardtails – with the notable exception of the carbon Pro-Caliber – as is the wide size range that Trek is well known for offering. Seven frame sizes are available (with the XS and S rolling on 27.5in wheels to keep proportions in check) with a useful M/L option that’s a great problem solver for riders stuck between the popular M and L options. So hats off to Trek for this level of commitment to getting a good fitting bike.

trek hardtail 2022

When it comes to new frame standards, Trek has always been an early adopter, so it’s no surprise to see a tapered head tube and Boost hub spacing on the X-Caliber frame. But it’s Boost with a twist… here, Trek using 141mm rear dropout spacing with a traditional Q/R hub, rather than a 148mm bolt-thru design.

It’s not a deal breaker though, as the fixed rear triangle of a hardtail doesn’t need stiffening up like a full suspension design, and a quick online search reveals plenty of wheel upgrade options from the likes of Hunt, Hope and Bontrager for the 141 standard.

trek hardtail 2022

A modern touch that hasn’t been executed as well as on other bikes in test, is the internal frame routing for the cable and rear brake hose – they’re not clamped where they enter the down tube and rattle noisily on rough terrain, just like on the Trek Roscoe in our Hardtail of the Year test.

trek hardtail 2022

Trek has equipped the X-Caliber 8 with a RockShox fork and it’s listed as a Judy SL, so we expected to see an upgrade or two. However, all the tech is identical to the regular Judy forks seen on the Cube and Scott – a tapered aluminium steerer, steel upper legs, a Solo Air spring and the brand’s basic TurnKey damper.

trek hardtail 2022

The Trek is the only bike in test that doesn’t have a remote lockout lever though, just a simple dial on the top of the fork leg, with an on/off function and no graded adjustment between those points. At least it’s one less cable to maintain and gives more handlebar space for a dropper post remote lever.

And while the X-Caliber frame does not use a bolt-thru rear axle, the 100mm travel Judy fork does have the 15x110mm Boost hub standard – although the website lists the lighter tooled axle as standard, our test bike had the same QR lever operated version as the Scott Scale.

Shimano was slow to filter its 1×12 transmissions down to the lower price points, but it’s there now and proving to be a very popular choice, all four bikes in this test using Shimano drivetrains. The X-Caliber’s specification lists a Shimano chainset, but our bike shipped with a model from FSA, and it’s the only deviation from a complete Shimano drivetrain.

trek hardtail 2022

Trek has also gone with a smaller 30t chainring and combined with the Deore 10-51t cassette you get a super-low gear, which is useful on the climbs because at 13.53kg (29.82lb) the Trek is the heaviest bike in test.

Another wise move is the genuine Shimano chain which performs faultlessly in wet filthy conditions and plays well with the steel FSA chainring. The benchmark XT rear mech is good to see, as is the rubber chainstay protector, which is a detail the other three brands seemed to have overlooked.


The dropped top tube, wider 750mm bar, long wheelbase and slackish 68º head angle (the slackest of the four bikes) give the X-Caliber the look and feel of a trail bike. However, the Trek’s geometry and attitude is not in the same league as the most progressive 100mm trail hardtails such as Kona’s test-winning Mahuna .

trek hardtail 2022

Even on this size XL, the frame’s front triangle is very compact, especially when compared to the Giant XTC, but it still sports two sets of bottle cage mounts – essential on an XC bike. In fact, Trek has added plenty of mounts to the X-Caliber, with fittings for a rack and kickstand making it a very capable all-terrain bike.

With one of the lightest wheelsets on test, we expected some zip and liveliness from the X-Caliber but it lacked the immediate urgency of the Scott and Giant and on longer non-stop cross country blasts, its weight was noticeable, certainly towards the end of the ride.

You can’t knock the Trek’s sure-footed nature though – the lengthy wheelbase (for an XC hardtail) and wide bar aid stability, and it was only the Judy fork’s lack of refinement that held us back from diving into more challenging terrain. A slightly shorter stem would no doubt help here too.

trek hardtail 2022

Although the compact front end still has a tall 525mm seat tube, the seat stays are dropped, giving a tighter rear triangle. This certainly gives the X-Caliber a chuckable hardtail vibe, but the ride quality was a touch less compliant than the other bikes here.

With that in mind, there’s plenty of frame and fork clearance for higher volume tyres to help smooth the ride further, and Trek helpfully supplies the X-Caliber 8 with rim strips, valves and sealant so you can go tubeless straight from the box and reap the benefits immediately.

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With a sure-footed ride, reliable Shimano components and a sorted tubeless wheelset, it feels like there’s a trail bike hiding under the X-Caliber’s glossy frame finish just waiting to get out, but being held back by the fork and lack of a dropper post. Stepping up a model to the X-Caliber 9 would be our recommendation then, as it gets a dropper post and a more capable and refined fork. Ultimately, the Trek X-Caliber 8’s weight is noticeable and even with the same control tyres fitted to all of the test bikes, the Trek lacks the race-bike urgency of the Scott and Giant.

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Trek Procaliber 9.7

High Performance and High Value Meet in the Trek Procaliber 9.7

This hardtail is a lightweight and dependable mountain bike with a carbon frame and wheels.

The Takeaway: The Procaliber 9.7 is one of the best hardtail mountain bikes you can buy for less than four grand.

  • OCLV Carbon frame
  • Tubeless-ready carbon wheels
  • Incredibly light

Trek Procaliber 9.7

The tradeoff for a killer carbon frame and carbon wheels on a sub-4K bike is the drivetrain. The SRAM NX Eagle is reliable but doesn’t offer the crisp shifting of pricier component groups like Shimano XT or X01 Eagle. It’s also notably heavier than those groupsets, with most of that weight in the cassette and crankset.

trek procaliber 97

IsoSpeed Decoupler

The IsoSpeed decoupler, unique to Trek, is an interesting feature. It adds vertical compliance by creating a hinge of sorts between the seat tube and the top tube, allowing the former to move independently of the latter. If you’ve never ridden a bike with this decoupler, you might be inclined to think it’s snake oil. Given that we live i n a world flush with companies touting frames with vertical compliance and lateral stiffness (with varying levels of success), I’ll forgive you that assumption. But make no mistake, this is no snake oil. The IsoSpeed adds so much compliance you can actually see the seat tube moving under you if you bounce on the saddle. To be fair, some of that flex comes from the carbon seat post, which further adds to the vertical compliance. Together they make a bike that’s surprisingly comfortable for long, hard hours of trail riding .

Trek Procaliber 9.7

Fast Wheels

Tubeless-ready carbon wheels are a rare find at this price.

Trek Procaliber 9.7

Remote Lockout

The RockShox Reba RL fork has a handlebar-mounted remote lockout.

Trek Procaliber 9.7

XR2 Team Issue Tires

These tires are wicked fast on dry trails and hold their own in the mud.

Trek Procaliber 9.7

NX Eagle Drivetrain

An 11-50 cassette and 30t chainring provide all the gearing you need.

Trek Procaliber 9.7

Vertical Compliance

The IsoSpeed decoupler makes this bike comfortable over long, rough trail rides.

Initially I was put off by that soft feeling. I tested the Procaliber right on the heels of the very lively Specialized Epic Hardtail Pro . By comparison the Procaliber 9.7 felt subdued, almost boring. In early test rides, I misdiagnosed this bike as dead and lifeless. However, once I became more familiar with the Procaliber 9.7, I realized I was feeling the effect of the decoupler. The claims of vertical compliance were real. The more time I spent banging around the rough and rocky trails of my test track, the more I realized this bike was still just as lively as other hardtails, but the rough edges I was accustomed to were gone.

trek procaliber 97

Procaliber Family

The Procaliber line consists of three bikes, and the 9.7 resides at the top of the list. At $2,600, the 9.6 is laced with the nicer but more expensive Shimano XT drivetrain, but the cost is balanced by cheaper alloy wheels and a RockShox Recon Gold fork (noticeable steps down from the 9.7). This bike is a super deal for anyone who already has a nice set of wheels they really like. If aluminum frames are your jam, the Procaliber 6 warrants consideration.

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Style XC Material Carbon Wheel Size 29-inch Fork 100mm RockShox Reba RL Drivetrain SRAM NX Eagle Cranks Truvativ Stylo 6k Eagle Dub Chainring 30t Cassette 11-50 Brakes Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc Wheels Bontrager Kovee Elite 23 Carbon Tires 2.2-inch Tubeless-ready Bontrager XR2 Team Issue Saddle Bontrager Montrose Comp Seatpost Bontrager Pro OCLV Carbon Handlebar 720mm Bontrager Race Lite Alloy Stem Bontrager Elite

Geometry That Bucks The Trend

On paper, the Procaliber 9.7 thumbs its nose at the current trend of long, low, and slack mountain bikes. A 69.5-degree head angle is as steep as you’ll find on an XC bike, half a degree steeper than the already aggressive Cannondale F-Si and a full degree steeper than Specialized’s Epic Hardtail. A slack 72-degree seat angle also runs against the grain, especially next to the aggressive 74 degrees of the Specialized. It stands in stark contrast to modern XC bikes that are trending towards slacker head angles and steeper seat angles. The reach is short (457mm), stack is low (628mm), and the bottom bracket is high (311mm).

Trek Procaliber 9.7

However, it would be foolish to pass this bike over because it doesn’t conform to a trend. The slack seat angle was apparent before I even looked at the geometry because I had to slide my saddle farther forward than I’m accustomed to, as was the short reach, amplified by the narrow 720mm handlebar. After a few hours, I was comfortable on the bike, accustomed to the sharp steering that required a light touch, and riding as hard and fast around my test track as I’ve done on any other bike.

Trek Procaliber 9.7

Smooth, Steady, And Fast

As I alluded to earlier, I was slow to warm up to this bike. My last tester was the Specialized Epic Hardtail Pro, which I described as lively, wild, and exciting. Compared to the Specialized , this Trek initially appeared dull and uninspiring. Like a fine wine, it took its time to open up to me. Still, there was no spark.

If the Epic Hardtail Pro is the wild affair, the Procaliber 9.7 is the safe bet, the one you invite to Thanksgiving. And costing just under two thousand dollars less, it's also a cheaper date .

Trek Procaliber 9.7

It’s hard to find a fault with this bike. It’s shockingly light—my XL test sample weighed in at only 21.6 pounds. Considering the Epic Hardtail Pro tipped the scales at 21.3 pounds, benefitting from lighter SRAM X01 groupset, carbon cranks, and a carbon handlebar, you’ll see it’s very easy to drop major weight off the Trek if you're a weight weenie. Of course, the NX Eagle drivetrain doesn’t shift as smoothly as SRAM’s higher-level groupsets, but it’s a fair tradeoff for the top-flight frame and carbon hoops. This bike is everything you could ask for from a cross country hardtail: light, fast, responsive, and compliant. At $3,780, it’s not cheap, but it offers incredible value.

procaliber Procaliber 9.7

Procaliber 9.7

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2022 Trek Roscoe 140mm hardtail gets 29″ wheels and longer, lower, slacker geometry

2022 trek roscoe 140mm hardtail mountain bike 29er trail geometry

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Editor’s Note: In the original version of this post, we stated that the updated Trek Roscoe no longer uses Knock Block. In fact, the previous Roscoe frames didn’t use it, or have need for its use, either.

The extremely popular Trek Roscoe hardtail mountain bike has received an overhaul for 2022. Upgrading from 27.5″+ to a 29er and rocking a 140mm travel fork, the Roscoe now sports a rather more modern trail geometry… longer, lower, slacker, you get the point, right? There are now 6 sizes available from an XS (which keeps the 27.5″+ wheels) and 29ers running from S-XL, with prices starting from a very affordable $1,699.99. We have everything you need to know about the 2022 Trek Roscoe right here.

2022 Trek Roscoe

kade edwards 2022 trek roscoe 8

The 2022 Trek Roscoe is an aluminium hardtail mountain bike, now with a modern trail bike geometry. Its most recent evolution swaps out 27.5″+ wheels for faster rolling 29″ wheels, built around an all-new frame with a more progressive geometry that should improve its descending qualities immeasurably. Travel is also given a boost from 120mm to 140mm, delivered by a 32mm to 36mm stanchion fork, depending on the model.

kade edwards riding steep turns 2022 trek roscoe wales

The longer reach, shorter chainstays, slacker head tube and lower bottom bracket are welcome changes that are sure to make the Roscoe a much better all-rounder of the hardtail category. Across the XS-XL frame sizes reach has increased ~20mm and the head angle has slackened significantly to 65°.

kade edwards riding 2022 trek roscoe 8

Reach on the ML has actually increased massively from 410mm to 455mm. All frame sizes have a straight top tube, with the longer reach allowing for a more gradual angle from the head tube down to the seat tube join. This has actually improved standover as compared to the previous Roscoe. Seat tubes are also slightly shorter, with increased seat post insertion length so that riders can take advantage of a long travel dropper post.

2022 trek roscoe jumping

The effective seat tube angle of 74.7° is a major change too, now far more upright than the 70.7° SA of the 2021 iteration. Chainstays are shortened from 438mm to 430mm, though the boost spacing rear end still permits a healthy tire clearance of 29″ x 2.6″.

2022 trek roscoe tire clearance 29 x 2.6"

For the 2022 Roscoe, Trek have moved away from a proportional frame design with a consistent SA and rear-centre length across the frame sizes.

Frame Details

Trek have dropped the 141 Spacing on the Roscoe, upgrading the Roscoe 7, 8 and 9 to Boost 148mm spacing running a thru-axle. The Roscoe 6 is still the previous frame, so still has the 141mm QR axle.

The 2022 Roscoe gets a SRAM UDH hanger, meaning you’ll be able to replace a bent hanger very easily, picking it up from almost any bike shop, not just those that are Trek dealers.

2022 trek roscoe downtube protection

Trek have added an internal cable fastener on the downtube. Cables aren’t fully guided internally, so may have had a tendency to rattle about within the aluminium frame, causing unwanted noise. The cable fastener secures the cables to the inside of the downtube, about half way along it, in an attempt to keep noise to a minimum.

2022 trek roscoe 9 top chain guide iscg 05 tabs

The Roscoe still runs a 73mm threaded bottom bracket that can take a 30mm spindle. The downtube gets dual-density rubber protection to save the frame from rock strikes, while the chainstay gets a double-sided guard to protect against chain slap. Trek have added an ISCG 05 tab for the mounting of a chain guide and bash guard; the top end Roscoe 9 comes with a top guide.

Pricing & Availability

Though you’ll see four models of the 2022 Trek Roscoe for sale, only the Roscoe 7, Roscoe 8 and Roscoe 9 models get this latest geometry and travel update discussed here. The budget option Roscoe 6, retailing at $1,149.99 USD, is a carry over frame from 2021, so still has the ~67.3° head tube angle, 27.5″+ wheels and 120mm travel fork. It runs an SR Suntour XCM 32mm stanchion coil fork, Alex MD35 Rims, a Shimano Deore 10 speed drivetrain, Shimano MT200 2-piston brakes and an aluminium Bontrager finishing kit.

2022 trek roscoe 7

The Roscoe 7 retails at $1,699.99 USD. It gets a RockShox Recon Silver RL 140mm fork, Bontrager Line 30 aluminium wheels, a Shimano Deore 12 speed drivetrain and Shimano MT200 2-piston brakes.

2022 trek roscoe 8

The Roscoe 8 retails at $2,299.99 USD. It features a RockShox 35 Gold RL 140mm travel fork, Bontrager Line 30 wheels, a 12 speed SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain (11-50 cassette), and Shimano’s entry level 4-piston brakes.

2022 trek roscoe 9

The top end 2022 Trek Roscoe 9 will set you back $2,699.99 USD. That hard earned cash gets you a FOX 36 Rhythm 140mm travel fork (yes, it’s a 36, that’s not a typo), Bontrager Line 30 wheelset, a Shimano SLX 12 speed drivetrain (10-51 cassette) and Shimano M6100 4-piston brakes.


Jessie-May Morgan

Jessie-May Morgan is the UK & Ireland Tech Editor of Bikerumor. She has been writing about Mountain Bike Riding and Racing, and all its weird and wonderful technology for 4 years. Prior to that, she was an Intern at the Mountain Bike Center of Scotland, and a Mountain Bike Coach and Leader in the Tweed Valley.

Based in Innerleithen, Scotland, Jessie-May can often be seen riding the Glentress Trail Center, and its neighboring Enduro and Downhill Tracks. She regularly competes in Enduro at a national level, and has recently competed on the World Stage at a handful of Enduro World Series events.

For Bikerumor, Jessie-May is testing the latest mountain bikes, equipment and kit, letting readers know what’s hot and what’s not.

For context, she weighs 60kg and stands at 5ft 4″ tall (163cm).


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There will also be a frame-only option for the new Roscoe. Good to see the bigger companies still offering frames for those of us who like custom builds.


So that’s the new Stache eh?

Kind of yes, kind of no. The Stache definitely started out as a fatter-tire longer-travel hardtail back in the 2000s, but it evolved into a 29+ adventure bike more or less. The new Roscoe is more of a freeride hardtail, equally at home shredding your local bike park as it is your local dirt jumps.


I wouldnt expect it to feel much like tue stache, let alone replace it. The stache is much more unique, yet versatile. As fun on the trails as it is great for exploring and bike packing. I think the roscoe looks like a great entry bike, or a fun and capable o-fuss hardtail.


Not really entry bike.this bike gets it seriously


Seems so, can’t see it in the lineup anymore. Still riding and loving my first gen Stache, Rosco looks to cover the main issue I have with Stache, more upfront suspension. Prefer the Stache name, such a good around bike 🙂

Nick I

This bike looks awesome and a great improvement over the current Roscoe. But what is the point of releasing a bike in July of ’21 when it won’t be available until April of 2023?


Because they announce it to dealers earlier who put in pre-orders and will have stock for a minute before running out and then re-upping in April of 2023.

Deputy Dawg

Looks great. Trek has done a nice job updating this.


Does this still have that failed rear semi-boost standard QR?

No, it’s Boost 148 now.

Renata Ricotta

Pretty bummed they are still doing the “control freak” cable rattle bs. It makes it extremely annoying to replace just rear derailleur cable and housing or a brake line. Just make it a sleeve, I’m begging you


Roscoe never had knock block


Can definately confirm that Roscoes have never had a knock block, I know because I owned one.

What I’d really like to know about the spec is if trek has done away with the crappy boost 141 rear end, crappy rear hub quality and crappy bottom bracket in the R8?


How does the 7 compare to the merida big trail 600, both being at the same price range?

Gary Hearn

Just ordered the Roscoe 8 from the local Trek bike shop and will get it in about 6 weeks. Can’t wait to get on it.


Prices seem off I purchased my Roscoe 7 in February for 1829.99. Delivery has been pushed back, expecting it in June.

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Best hardtail mountain bikes in 2024 | Top-rated hardtail MTBs and our buyer's guide

Our pick of the best hardtail mountain bikes over £2,000, under £2,000, under £1,500 and under £1,000

Mick Kirkman

The humble hardtail mountain bike seems to be going through a mini-revival, with a raft of cross-country, downcountry, trail and even radder rigid frames being introduced.

What are the advantages of a hardtail? Where uphill speed matters, the direct connection from crank to axle, without energy-inefficient suspension spoiling the fun, is the quickest way to get up to speed.

Riding rough-and-ready trails on a hardtail might beat you up a little more, but there’s something almost zen-like about being able to pick the smoothest line between the chunder, while pumping through rollers to generate free speed.

Hardtails are often also lighter, easier to maintain and cheaper than full-suspension mountain bikes, because there are fewer moving parts to add weight, service or build in the first place.

Here, we've put together our pick of the best hardtail mountain bikes as ridden, rated and reviewed by the BikeRadar team.

Hardtail vs full-suspension mountain bike

Stuck between whether a hardtail or full-suspension mountain bike best suits your requirements?

It all depends on the type of mountain biking you would like to take part in. Hardtails are more capable than you might initially think, but full-suspension mountain bikes come into their own on more technical terrain, especially when the gradients point downwards.

Budget is the biggest factor and (with few exceptions), the entry point to a full-suspension bike is much higher than that for a hardtail. The best mountain bikes under £1,500 see full-suspension start to become available and as you start to spend more, you'll find updates in frame materials , as well as better components and suspension specced.

What's your budget?

Buying a hardtail is one of the most affordable ways into mountain biking.

As a result, it's no surprise that hardtails dominate our buyer's guides to the best mountain bikes under £500 , best mountain bikes under £750 and best mountain bikes under £1,000 .

If you're looking to buy a hardtail mountain bike, we've collated our reviews of the best bikes here, organised by price, as well as our reviews of hardtail frames.

Use the links below to skip to the relevant section:

  • Best hardtails over £2,000/$2,300
  • Best hardtails under £2,000/$2,300
  • Best hardtails under £1,500/$1,700
  • Best hardtails under £1,000/$1,200
  • Best hardtail frames

If you're in the market for a full-suspension bike, make sure you check out our guides to the best trail bikes , best downcountry bikes and best enduro mountain bikes.

We've also got a list of the best cross-country bikes , covering both hardtail and full-suspension designs for XC racing . You may also be interested in our round-up of the best electric mountain bikes .

Still unsure? Head to our guide on how to choose the best mountain bike for you, with the pros and cons of each category.

Best hardtail mountain bikes in 2024, as rated by our expert testers

Right, let's get onto our pick of the best hardtail mountain bikes.

Every bike we've recommended here has been rated and reviewed by BikeRadar's expert test team.

Best hardtail mountain bikes over £2,000/$2,300

Lapierre prorace cf 9.9.

Lapierre Prorace CF 9.9 hardtail mountain bike

  • Good value for the money
  • Great all-round capability
  • £5,999/€6,799 as tested

The Lapierre Prorace CF 9.9 is the French brand's top-end hardtail designed for cross-country racing.

A compliant carbon fibre frame, which uses a triple-triangle design to give lateral flex to the bike's rear end, aids vibration damping over chattery trails, while adding traction on technical climbs.

The geometry makes the bike agile and engaging on the trail, with the Prorace inspiring confidence on descents where others feel twitchy.

While it's not cheap, the addition of SRAM's X01 AXS groupset, RockShox SID SL Ultimate fork and Lapierre's own XC SL carbon wheelset make this a good value proposition.

  • Read our full Lapierre Prorace CF 9.9 review

Cannondale Scalpel HT Carbon 4

Cannondale Scalpel HT Carbon 4

  • Good value for money
  • £2,600/$2,300/€2,699 as tested

The Scalpel HT Carbon 4 takes a break from traditional XC race bike design, with the slack head angle making the bike feel incredibly capable when pointed down a trail.

Cannondale has given the bike a top spec for the money, with a RockShox SID SL fork supporting the front end and a Shimano Deore 12-speed groupset used for shifting.

The flex zone suspension in the rear triangle gives a controlled feel, with the bike remaining composed and grip plentiful on ascents and descents.

  • Read our full Cannondale Scalpel HT Carbon 4 review

Pivot LES SL 29 Pro XT/XTR

Pivot LES SL 29 Pro XT:XTR hardtail mountain bike

  • Confidence-inspiring geometry
  • Acres of grip without sacrificing speed
  • £6,750/$6,199 as tested

Pivot's LES SL 29 Pro XT/XTR is the brand's carbon fibre cross-country race hardtail, which is hinted at in the pun-based name of the bike.

The lateral compliance in the frame enables you to maintain a high speed over chattery terrain, while the geometry makes the bike nimble through the trees and efficient on hills.

While it's expensive, the bike comes well specced with a combination of Shimano XT and XTR parts used in the groupset, alongside a 100mm Fox 32 Factory StepCast fork, though we'd have liked to have seen carbon wheels featuring at this price point.

  • Read our full Pivot LES SL 29 Pro XT/XTR review

Best hardtail mountain bikes under £2,000/$2,300

Merida big.trail 600.

Merida Big.Trail 600

  • Well-equipped
  • A joy to ride
  • £1,650/€2,040/AU$2,499 as tested

The Merida Big.Trail 600 shares the same frameset as the Big.Trail 500, but sees a few upgrades to its spec.

The Shimano 1x12 Deore drivetrain shifts sharply, while the 10-54t cassette and 32t chainring afford plenty of range.

Value could be better, however. The Shimano M410 brakes are feeble in the wet, and lead to hesitancy downhill.

  • Read our full Merida Big.Trail 600 review

Sonder Signal ST NX

Pack shot of the Sonder Signal ST NX hardtail mountain bike

  • Great geometry
  • Short-travel dropper
  • £1,599/$2,297/€1,799/AU$2,914

The Sonder Signal ST NX is a steel hardtail that's made to the British company’s principles of value for money and hard-charging, descent-focused bikes.

The Signal ticks all the modern aggressive trail bike boxes with a large reach, 66-degree head tube and 74-degree seat tube. Heading downhill, the bike pulls at the leash and rides across roots with ease.

This bike was never intended to be a fast climber, but it does spin comfortably uphill and is confident over technical inclines.

WTB tyres help the Signal find grip wherever possible and the 130mm RockShox Revelation RC fork is good in most circumstances. It would be nice to have a slightly longer dropper to create enough space to move your weight around in the sketchiest of situations.

Overall, the Signal has a great chassis that wouldn’t look out of place on a much pricier bike, and there is a good level of kit for the money without too much compromise.

  • Read our full Sonder Signal ST NX review

Best hardtail mountain bikes under £1,500/$1,700

Kona kahuna.

Pack shot of the Kona Kahuna hardtail mountain bike

  • Superb ride quality
  • Well-specced Shimano groupset and brakes
  • £1,199 as tested

Kona’s endearing Kahuna offers a commendable ride quality in its latest guise. With a curvy shape and low-slung top tube, the cross-country frame offers a lively ride with instantaneous acceleration when you crank up the power on the pedals .

The Kahuna features a Shimano Deore 12-speed groupset, which is the best you can get for the asking price, as well as reliable Shimano MT410 hydraulic disc brakes .

What holds the bike back from a full 5-star rating is its more traditional geometry and its quick-release rear axle, which limits wheel-upgrade potential. The Kahuna also lacks a dropper seatpost , although the frame has the possible routing for one, should you wish to upgrade.

  • Read our full Kona Kahuna review

Best hardtail mountain bikes under £1,000/$1,200

Carrera fury.

Pack shot of the Carrera Fury hardtail mountain bike

  • Great value for money
  • Front fork holds the bike back
  • £600 as tested

With a dropper post, Shimano Deore drivetrain, WTB Trail Boss tyres and £600 price tag, the Carrera Fury is probably one of the best value-for-money mountain bikes out there.

The Fury can also lay claim to having a more progressive geometry than many of its competitors at this price point. This helps make it comfortable on climbs, and when paired with its 650b wheels it has a solid, stable feel and great descending composure.

We weren’t without quibbles when testing this bike, though. The air-sprung front fork doesn’t offer great small-bump sensitivity, and a fork upgrade isn’t viable at this price. It would be nice to see Boost spacing too.

Despite these points, you do get a lot of performance for the money and the Fury trumps its competitors in multiple ways. A better fork would just elevate this steal of a bike even further.

  • Read our full Carrera Fury review

Vitus Sentier 29

Vitus Sentier 29 hardtail mountain bike for Bike of the Year 2023

  • Up-to-date geometry
  • Decent spec
  • £950/$1,200/€1,300/AU$1,800 as tested

The Vitus Sentier 29 combines quality parts with impressive value, with the bike featuring a 130mm RockShox Recon Silver RL fork, Clarks M2 hydraulic brakes and a Shimano Deore M5100 derailleur.

The Sentier frame, which remains the same throughout the range, provides a good foundation to the spec, with a refined geometry that feels just as fast downhill as it does on the climbs.

One negative is the exposed inner gear cable that runs down the top tube, which after a couple of muddy rides lead to stiff gear shifting.

  • Read our full Vitus Sentier 29 review

Voodoo Bizango Pro

Voodoo Bizango Pro

  • High-quality spec for the price
  • Upgrade potential
  • £950/$1,258 as tested

The Voodoo Bizango Pro offers top performance at a bargain price. The quality spec includes a RockShox FS-35 Gold 130mm fork, Shimano Deore 12-speed and Maxxis tyres helping to get the most out of the frame.

The Bizango Pro inspires plenty of confidence, with the bike feeling stable downhill and especially when railing berms thanks to it's progressive geometry and decent tyres. We even felt comfortable to push the it further than trail centre blues and reds, with it continuing to shine on more technical trails.

The 35mm stanchioned fork was easy to set up and performed well, giving the bike a solid feeling at the front end and allowing for open line choice through rockier sections.

Tolerances between the seat tube and seatpost are quite large, which leads to the saddle dropping on occasion, though this was solved with application of some carbon assembly paste.

  • Read our full Voodoo Bizango Pro review

Marin Bobcat Trail 5

Marin Bobcat Trail 5 hardtail mountain bike

  • Well-considered spec
  • Progressive geometry
  • £985/$999/€1,149 as tested

The Bobcat Trail 5 is an excellent hardtail mountain bike that uses the Bobcat Trail frameset, and is built up with a 120mm Suntour XCR 32 fork and 1x11 Shimano Deore drivetrain.

The fork is coil-sprung, which made it difficult initially to set up the suspension. We found it to be less effective than air-sprung forks found on similarly priced bikes.

We were impressed by the bike's handling and the high levels of stability that the long-reach frame provided with its 67.5-degree head angle.

The aggressive geometry provides good confidence beyond the bike's intended use.

  • Read our full Marin Bobcat Trail 5 review

Specialized Rockhopper Elite 29

Specialized Rockhopper Elite 29 hardtail mountain bike

  • Fast-rolling and quick up the hills
  • Lightweight and well specced
  • £949/$1,150/€975/AU$1,300 as tested

The Rockhopper Elite 29 rolls fast and descends well thanks to 29in wheels and a solid spec choice.

A RockShox Judy Solo Air fork provides good support on the descents, with the short travel, which ranges from 80mm to 100mm depending on size, making for engaging an ride. However, there is more work to be done by the rider compared to other bikes with more suspension.

The 29in wheels help with line choice, and enable the bike to monster over the type technical sections that feature in trail centres.

  • Read our full Specialized Rockhopper Elite 29 review

Calibre Rake 29

Calibre Rake 29 pack shot

  • Impressive value for money
  • Playful handling
  • £700 (£550 with GO Outdoors membership card) as tested

The Calibre Rake 29 is incredibly well specced for the money, featuring components found on bikes twice its price.

A 100mm RockShox FS-Judy TK helps isolate you from rough trails, although there's some flex in the fork on hard compressions.

The Clarks M2 hydraulic disc brakes give the bike a controlled feel that enables you to tackle trail-centre descents with confidence.

A 66-degree head angle also helps in keeping the bike under control at high speed.

While the frame was quite stiff, the WTB Trail Boss tyres provided plenty of comfort and gave enough grip to comfortably push the bike.

  • Read our full Calibre Rake 29 review

Best hardtail mountain bike frames

Pack shot of the Bird Forge hardtail mountain bike

  • Contemporary geometry and excellent ride
  • Value for money full builds
  • £2,900 custom build in testing
  • £695/$952/€962 (frame only) as tested

The Bird Forge is a steel hardtail designed around 29in wheels and 140 to 160mm travel forks, and has an excellent ride quality across terrains.

Bird is known for its modern geometry , and the Forge is no exception. The frame has a 64-degree head tube angle and 77-degree seat tube angle with a long reach and low bottom bracket. We found this slack geometry inspired confidence when the trail got rough, and the short chainstays didn’t make it hard to lift the front wheel over obstacles.

Bird offers custom builds and our setup with wireless SRAM Eagle , Formula Selva R fork , SRAM G2 RSC brakes and DT Swiss rims on Hope hubs proved to be excellent value for money.

The only niggle we had was with the Deathgrips, which made accessing the AXS upshift paddle tricky, but Bird does offer other grip options.

  • Read our full Bird Forge review

Pipedream Moxie Mx3

Pack shot of the Pipedream Moxie MX3 hardtail mountain bike

  • Versatile ride that suits long days out and blasts in the woods
  • Frameset only
  • £3,300 custom build in testing
  • £649 (frameset) as tested

The Pipedream Moxie Mx3 is made from chromoly steel tubes and adaptability is put front and centre. The bike can take 140 to 170mm travel forks and has sliding dropouts, so it can fit 650b , 650b+ or 29in wheels .

The sliding dropouts change the geometry of the bike, but in its ‘long’ setup we found the Moxie had a lovely balance between high-speed stability and agility, carving through corners. When climbing, the 77.5-degree seat tube centres your weight nicely.

The difference between the long and short settings is subtle, but we found the short setting preferable because it gives the bike a fun-loving personality.

At the time of testing, Pipedream only offered the Moxie as a frameset with no off-the-shelf builds. This means you can customise your build however you want, but we would say be prepared to play around with stem length to get the right handling.

  • Read our full Pipedream Moxie Mx3 review

Cotic BFeMax

Pack shot of the Cotic BFEMAX hardtail mountain bike

  • Steadfast over sketchy trails
  • The high bottom bracket has pros and cons
  • £3,538 custom build in testing
  • £549 (frameset) as tested

The steel BFe has long been a feature of the hardtail scene, with 26in, 650b and 29in wheel versions offered since 2005.

The custom 29er BFeMax we rode in testing has Cotic’s aggressively shaped ‘longshot’ geometry and a spec sheet that’s built around technical capability. In short, it’s a bike with gnarly intentions.

Built with meaty WTB tyres and a top-end RockShox Pike Ultimate 150mm-travel fork, the bike flies down sketchy, loose trails at speed, with the slack geometry bringing stability and the Reynolds steel smoothing out the ride.

Despite the seat tube not being that steep, the long rear-end helps keeps your weight centred and makes climbing easier.

The high bottom bracket helps prevent the pedals from hitting obstacles, but we found this also means the bike is less willing to chop and change direction than some.

  • Read our full Cotic BFeMax review

Buyer’s guide to hardtail mountain bikes

What is a hardtail mountain bike bike best for.

Pivot LES SL 29 Pro XT:XTR hardtail mountain bike

It is possible to ride any discipline on a hardtail, with cross-country, trail and enduro all catered for by manufacturers.

Hardtail mountain bikes have long been a favourite of cross-country riders for their direct pedalling efficiency and lighter weight when compared to full-suspension bikes.

Hardtails also cover the trail and enduro categories, with some featuring super-slack geometry to accommodate 170mm forks.

Many riders choose to ride hardtails for their mechanical simplicity, which can require a more involved and skilful riding experience

Hardtail mountain bikes usually dominate the lower end of the market and can be a great way of getting onto the trails if you don’t want to splash out for a full-suspension model.

Hardtail mountain bikes vs full-suspension mountain bikes

Boardman MTR 8.6 full suspension mountain bike and Boardman MHT 8.9 hardtail mountain bike

Hardtail mountain bikes are much simpler than full-suspension bikes, with only a suspension fork and tyres providing any damping from the trail below.

Full-suspension bikes feel more isolated from the trail, which can reduce rider fatigue and enable a more brazen riding style because the suspension will help save you from poor line choices.

While full-suspension bikes are more capable on rough technical descents, they require more moving parts, such as a linkage and rear shock. These cost more and need regular servicing.

This also makes them heavier than hardtails, which can mean they're less fun to pedal. Full-suspenion bikes will give you better traction on rough terrain though.

Some hardtail mountain bikes feature flexible zones in the frame that allow for vertical compliance to reduce vibrations and provide more grip.

What components should I look for on a hardtail mountain bike?

Tyres and wheels.

DT Swiss FR 1500 Classic mountain bike wheels

Because hardtails have less mechanical suspension, tyre and wheel choice is even more important.

Wider mountain bike tyres will enable you to run your tyre pressures lower, especially if you have your bike set up tubeless .

The best mountain bike wheels will feature wide internal rims. These provide tyres with a confidence-boosting wide stance and increased volume.

Fox Rhythm 34 fork on the Santa Cruz Chameleon hardtail mountain bike

The fork is also important because it provides your only damped suspension.

Wider stanchions add weight but provide increased rigidity, improving control for trail riding. Lightweight cross-country forks will often feature narrower stanchions that feel more flexible in high-compression corners.

Check out our buyer's guide to mountain bike forks for more information.

Dropper post

Carrera Fury hardtail mountain bike is equipped with Carrera dropper post with remote

A dropper post is always a good addition, especially on a hardtail because it enables you to move your weight more freely over the back wheel to find a grip.

What is the best wheel size for a hardtail mountain bike?

2023 Scott Scale RC SL hardtail cross country mountain bike

Because hardtail mountain bikes have less suspension than full-suspension bikes, they're affected more by rocks and bumps in the trail.

29in wheels roll over objects easier than 27.5in wheels due to their increased size. This makes them a popular choice for all hardtail riders, from cross-country to enduro.

A smaller wheel size may be desired if you are looking for a more playful bike, but there will be trade-offs in speed and damping.

Hardtail mountain bike geometry

Voodoo Bizango Pro hardtail mountain bike

Hardtail mountain bike geometry varies depending on discipline, with bikes designed for more gravity-fed riding featuring long, low and slack geometry just like their full-suspension counterparts.

Hardtails usually feature a sloping top tube, which keeps the weight of the bike lower which helps to keep it more stable.

It also makes it easier to move around the bike, because there’s no horizontal head tube in your way, and improves seated comfort because more seatpost is exposed, which adds compliance.

Without the room needed for a linkage, chainstay lengths can be made much smaller than full-suspension bikes, giving hardtails a more playful and responsive ride.

Cross-country hardtails will usually feature steep seat tube angles to centre your weight over the pedals for uphill efforts, and a long front centre for a more stretched-out riding style.

How much should I spend on a hardtail mountain bike?

Hardtails are known for their affordable price tags – most entry-level mountain bikes worth consideration are hardtails.

However, as our best list shows, there are hardtails in every price range – how much you spend is really determined by how much you’re willing to pay, and what you are looking for.

Hardtail mountain bikes aren’t necessarily cheaper than full-suspension bikes, with high-end cross-country hardtails being priced very similarly to their full-suspension counterparts.

At this end of the market, you can expect to see drool-worthy components on ridiculously light frames.

Decent hardtails start from £500, with bikes at this price point usually featuring trail-ready geometry and components.

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It's right for you if...

You're looking for a fast mountain bike for singletrack – one that's fully capable of taking on races, marathons and competitive group rides. You want something that is reliable and fun with dependable, lightweight parts.

The tech you get

A lightweight aluminium frame, a RockShox Judy SL 100 mm suspension fork with a TurnKey lockout and an air spring that's lighter and more adjustable than a coil spring, tubeless-ready wheels with Boost141 hub spacing and a Shimano Deore 1x12 drivetrain with a wide-range cassette.

The final word

With the X-Caliber 8, you're getting a performance frame paired with performance parts, like a RockShox air fork and 1x Shimano Deore drivetrain. Plus, it's equipped with durable, lightweight alloy rims that save weight and are easy to upgrade to tubeless.

Why you'll love it

  • It has the price of a more basic hardtail, but the parts and performance of a more expensive one
  • The frame is fully compatible with higher-end parts, like race wheels and a dropper post, if you ever find the need to upgrade
  • Smart Wheel Sizing means you'll get the fastest wheel that fits (29˝ wheels on larger frames, 27.5˝ wheels on smaller frames)
  • The 1x drivetrain delivers a wide range of gearing with the simplicity of a single shifter

All measurements provided in cm unless otherwise stated.

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Moscow to Elektrostal by train

The journey from Moscow to Elektrostal by train is 32.44 mi and takes 2 hr 7 min. There are 71 connections per day, with the first departure at 12:15 AM and the last at 11:46 PM. It is possible to travel from Moscow to Elektrostal by train for as little as or as much as . The best price for this journey is .

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Prices will vary when you travel from Moscow to Elektrostal. On average, though, you'll pay about for a train ticket. You can find train tickets for prices as low as , but it may require some flexibility with your travel plans. If you're looking for a low price, you may need to prepare to spend more time in transit. You can also often find cheaper train tickets at particular times of day, or on certain days of the week. Of course, ticket prices often change during the year, too; expect to pay more in peak season. For the lowest prices, it's usually best to make your reservation in advance. Be careful, though, as many providers do not offer refunds or exchanges on their cheapest train tickets. Unfortunately, no price was found for your trip from Moscow to Elektrostal. Selecting a new departure or arrival city, without dramatically changing your itinerary could help you find price results. Prices will vary when you travel from Moscow to Elektrostal. On average, though, you'll pay about for a train ticket. If you're looking for a low price, you may need to prepare to spend more time in transit. You can also often find cheaper train tickets at particular times of day, or on certain days of the week. Of course, ticket prices often change during the year, too; expect to pay more in peak season. For the lowest prices, it's usually best to make your reservation in advance. Be careful, though, as many providers do not offer refunds or exchanges on their cheapest train tickets.

How long does it take to get from Moscow to Elektrostal by train?

The journey between Moscow and Elektrostal by train is approximately 32.44 mi. It will take you more or less 2 hr 7 min to complete this journey. This average figure does not take into account any delays that might arise on your route in exceptional circumstances. If you are planning to make a connection or operating on a tight schedule, give yourself plenty of time. The distance between Moscow and Elektrostal is around 32.44 mi. Depending on the exact route and provider you travel with, your journey time can vary. On average, this journey will take approximately 2 hr 7 min. However, the fastest routes between Moscow and Elektrostal take 1 hr 3 min. If a fast journey is a priority for you when traveling, look out for express services that may get you there faster. Some flexibility may be necessary when booking. Often, these services only leave at particular times of day - or even on certain days of the week. You may also find a faster journey by taking an indirect route and connecting in another station along the way.

How many journeys from Moscow to Elektrostal are there every day?

On average, there are 71 daily departures from Moscow to Elektrostal. However, there may be more or less on different days. Providers' timetables can change on certain days of the week or public holidays, and many also vary at particular times of year. Some providers change their schedules during the summer season, for example. At very busy times, there may be up to departures each day. The providers that travel along this route include , and each operates according to their own specific schedules. As a traveler, you may prefer a direct journey, or you may not mind making changes and connections. If you have heavy suitcases, a direct journey could be best; otherwise, you might be able to save money and enjoy more flexibility by making a change along the way. Every day, there are an average of 18 departures from Moscow which travel directly to Elektrostal. There are 53 journeys with one change or more. Unfortunately, no connection was found for your trip from Moscow to Elektrostal. Selecting a new departure or arrival city, without dramatically changing your itinerary could help you find connections.

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If you're looking for the best deal for your trip from Moscow to Elektrostal, booking train tickets in advance is a great way to save money, but keep in mind that advance tickets are usually not available until 3 months before your travel date.

Stay flexible with your travel time and explore off-peak journeys

Planning your trips around off-peak travel times not only means that you'll be able to avoid the crowds, but can also end up saving you money. Being flexible with your schedule and considering alternative routes or times will significantly impact the amount of money you spend on getting from Moscow to Elektrostal.

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Checking on the latest deals can help save a lot of money, making it worth taking the time to browse and compare prices. So make sure you get the best deal on your ticket and take advantage of special fares for children, youth and seniors as well as discounts for groups.

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If you're planning a trip with some flexible time, why not opt for the scenic route? Taking slower trains or connecting trains that make more stops may save you money on your ticket – definitely worth considering if it fits in your schedule.

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The cheapest Moscow - Elektrostal train tickets can be found for as low as $35.01 if you’re lucky, or $54.00 on average. The most expensive ticket can cost as much as $77.49.

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When travelling to Elektrostal by train, if you want to avoid crowds you can check how frequently our customers are travelling in the next 30-days using the graph below. On average, the peak hours to travel are between 6:30am and 9am in the morning, or between 4pm and 7pm in the evening. Please keep this in mind when travelling to your point of departure as you may need some extra time to arrive, particularly in big cities!

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