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The Bodega is a 21 speed entry model in Trek's Gary Fisher Collection 'Dualsport' line of hybrid mountain bikes.

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Hardtail mountain/city bike with front suspension

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Base level/Affordable

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Shimano 21 speed

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No lock out on the front shocks like the other Dualsport bikes

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Not much of a step down from the Kaitai in features or price.

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The Bodega is a 21 speed entry model in Trek's Gary Fisher Collection 'Dualsport' line of hybrid mountain bikes designed for both city and off-road use. Lightweight Gold-Series Aluminum frame and multi-surface Bontrager LT2 tires make it both light and tough enough for rough roads and trails, and, the front suspension fork sports 63mm of travel which makes for a smoother ride on multiple terrains. The drivetrain has 7 speeds and features a Shimano cassette, crank, and front derailleur, as well as SRAM shifters and rear derailleur. Other Bontrager components include the seat, saddle, handlebars and stem, and also the wide Bontrager 750 36 hole alloy rims. Similar to the Trek Gritty single-speed road bike, the Bodega is more versatile and capable of off-road riding. Available colors are Matte Titanite Black/Vintage Gray and Matte/White Black, see gallery for pictures.



  • Sizes: 15.5, 17.5, 19, 21"
  • Frame: Gold Series Aluminum
  • Fork: SR Suntour NEX, preload adjustable, 63mm travel


  • Wheels: Alloy hubs; Bontrager 750 36-hole alloy rims
  • Tires: Bontrager LT2, 700x38c


  • Shifters: SRAM X.3, 7-speed trigger
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano M191
  • Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.3, long cage
  • Crank: Shimano M171, 48/38/28
  • Cassette: Shimano TZ31 13-32, 7 speed
  • Pedals: Nylon platform


  • Saddle: Bontrager SSR
  • Seat Post: Bontrager SSR
  • Handlebars: Bontrager Low Riser, 25mm rise
  • Stem: Bontrager Approved, 15 degree
  • Headset: Semi-integrated, semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
  • Brakeset: Tektro V-brakes w/Tektro alloy levers
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John S
11/13/2010 11:35

I just bought one this weekend and I found it to be a comfortable ride. This is my first bike in several decades and I really did like the gear selection shifting controls. It is not a heavy duty ATV bike but I wanted one for general purpose street riding and light trail riding at local state parks and this seems to fit the bill at a reasonable price.

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