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10:44 24th July 2012 by John Stevenson
The full suspension Superfly frame has a claimed weight of just 1850g (4.1lb)  including shock. If you have a long memory (okay, a VERY long memory), you'll remember when Gary Fisher's lightest bike, the Procaliber race MTB of the late 80s, was considered impressive with its 4.2lb rigid steel frame... That's 350g lighter than the previous Superfly.

Features include a curved seat tube to give more room for fatter tyres, but Trek says the overall stiffness has been increased despite the weight saving.

There will be three models, SuperFly 100 SL, Superfly Elite 100 SL and Superfly Pro 100 SL.

The full suspension Superfly frame has a claimed weight of just 1850g (4.1lb) including shock. If you have a long memory (okay, a VERY long memory), you’ll remember when Gary Fisher’s lightest bike, the Procaliber race MTB of the late 80s, was considered impressive with its 4.2lb rigid steel frame… That’s 350g lighter than the previous Superfly.

Features include a curved seat tube to give more room for fatter tyres, but Trek says the overall stiffness has been increased despite the weight saving.

There will be three models, SuperFly 100 SL, Superfly Elite 100 SL and Superfly Pro 100 SL.