Trek CrossRip+ Video Review – $4.5k Electric Road Bike, 28 MPH, Gravel Grinder, Touring Platform The Trek CrossRip+ is a lightweight, high speed, electric road bike with sturdy 12 mm thru-axle on the front wheel, Carbon fiber fork, and Alpha 200 Gold alloy frame to dampen vibration. Capable and comfortable on hard packed trails as a gravel grinder, sturdy Aluminum fenders and custom rear rack increase utility and the rack has nubs to retain panniers. Excellent safety features including reflective logos and accents on the frame, reflective tires, and integrated lights with a headlight that can be set to blink, low solid, or bright solid. Bosch Purion display panel is compact but the buttons aren’t as easy to click, menu options are limited, the Micro-USB port cannot be used for charging, and it’s not removable, the bike comes in five frame sizes but is priced higher.


Mr Jhonny says:

OMG!!!! This bike is stylish,lightwheight,high speed,with carbon fiber fork and intergrated lights!!!! love this bike!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Seb K says:

Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :) !!!

R Coleman says:

Nice bike. Expensive. I Ike my Trek XM 700+.

The guy is a stick in the mud. Luckily my Trek folks are more lively.

Saloth Sar says:

Hey Electric Bike Review or anyone else. Does anyone know any affordable bikes that go up to 28mph+ with around 50+ range per charge? Im looking for one that’s good as both a mountain bike and just a commuter. Also one with a throttle. Does anyone know or can point me in a good direction?

Steve Donovan says:

I knew before you even said it you were hyped to get on that thing. Non stop boy oh boy this is nice! That’s a bike you’d appreciate a fun workout. Sleek is it’s name I was feeling it and not bad for a nonsuspension hybrid.

Honky Tonk says:

I dont understand why the brake handles are so out of reach.

Jack Oakley says:

Great to see TREK leading the “CHARGE” with a wide range of Electric Bikes – CrossRip line without electric is a solid line of gravel bikes – this is a really nice addition to the CrossRip line.

Jonathan Lee says:

How does this one compare to the Giant Road E+? I’m looking for an e-bike that most simulates the road bike feeling.

ting280 says:

they need to stick a motor on the 920

James Mason says:

you should buy me one

Maragoudakis Panagiotis says:

Love this. Can’t wait for the new Orbea Gain. Should be the most affordable road ebike.

Ricky Lease says:

How much did you say. There was a earlier video when trek first introduced this bike and she said the price is 3799 only offered here in the big USA. Great bike

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