Partake in all the joys of riding a bike without breaking a sweat or ever getting tired! Trek's Conduit+ is the road-angel you've always dreamed about. Trek starts with a Alpha Gold aluminum frame and a comfortable upright riding position, and builds it up with quality components from Shimano and Bontrager for precision shifting. The magic-carpet ride is courtesy of the smooth, powerful and quiet built-in Shimano STEPS electric motor that runs off a rechargeable battery. It's a pedal-assist system, so if you pedal lightly, the range is 40 miles, and you can extend that range to 75 miles by pedaling more! And it takes just four hours to recharge the down tube-mounted battery so you're always ready to roll! The Conduit+ is loaded for urban transportation ease with a kickstand, powerful disc brakes, full-coverage fenders, and even an integrated front light.
|Frame||Trek Alpha Gold aluminum, internal cable routing|
|Fork||Trek Aluminum Disc|
|Motor Specs||Shimano STEPS drive motor unit|
|Battery Type/Weight||Shimano STEPS downtube, 418Wh|
|Recharge Time||4 hours|
|Range on Full Charge||75 miles|
|Bicycle Drivetrain||Shimano Deore, 10-speed|
|Wheels||Bontrager Tubeless-Ready w/Formula aluminum hubs|
|Tires||Bontrager H2 Hard-Case Ultimate, 700 x 35c|
|Brakes||Shimano M355 hydraulic disc|
|Pedals||Wellgo track-style aluminum|
|Accessories & Extras||Lync on-board lighting system|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Matte Trek Black / 22.5-inch||00601479312207||519378||TRK-519378|
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I love this bike. The battery adds a dimension to riding beyond just shifting gears. If you're not warmed up, or you're tired, just bump up the battery level. If you're going up a steep hill, you can downshift, and/or you can bump up the battery power (3 settings: ECO, NORM, HIGH). It's important to be in the correct gear to get the most help from the battery. A couple times I entered a steep hill in too high a gear such that I was struggling. To get the most help from the battery, the pedals need to be moving. I no longer fear hills. There are a couple hills that I needed to walk with my comfort hybrid. The position is upright, but more aggressive than my comfort hybrid, and surprisingly more comfortable - noticeably less weight on my seat. One negative, I guess, is that I really feel the bumps. My comfort hybrid has shock absorbers, and this Trek Conduit+ does not. (But, frankly, I like feeling the bumps.) Due to medical issues with my lumbar which have been improved (but not cured) by surgery, I thought my bicycling days were over. It is so much fun to be getting back into it. I love this Trek Conduit+ bike.