We’re just off to the first indoor day of the Interbike show, but before we do, here’s a quick peek at Tracy Moseley’s World Championship winning bike, the Trek Session. That's a whole lot of potential speed sitting there. Trek World Racing paint job is a bit love or hate, but we reckon it works on this bike. Tracy runs a pretty stock Saint shifting and brake setup. Those red hubs are special though. Trek World Racing hubs add a nice splash of colour. Wonder who makes them? Having your name on your top tube is useful if you bang your head and forget who you are Rubber grommet on the right of the picture surrounds a bolt that goes through the frame and protects it from the stanchions smacking top/downtube junction. Bonty rims (with 'TM' marking for 'Tracy Moseley') and (nicely scuffed) Maxxis High Rollers. Hope Hoop wheels with special red hubs. That's who makes them. FUNN bar and stem combo. Fox 40 forks. Team edition SDG I-Beam saddle and post, with authentic dust. Related posts The Mag / by Wil Barrett - August 14, 2017 8:52 pm Video: T-Mo’s Top Tubeless Tyre Trick Tracy Moseley features in Issue 114 of Singletrack Magazine, where she shares this top tip for repairing tubeless mountain bike tyres / by Hannah Dobson - June 22, 2017 9:20 am Women In Enduro MTB Survey Tracy Moseley wants to hear what would encourage you to race Enduro / by Chipps - June 14, 2017 3:52 pm Tweedlove International Combines Top Level Racing And Top Level Fun A weekend (and more) full of fun and racing took place at the weekend, with everything from water-pistol ‘cross racing to international enduro / by Wil Barrett - June 4, 2017 2:53 pm Fort William 2017: Tech Bits In The Race Pits Check out all of the gear on show at the Fort William World Cup. Prototype bikes, data acquisition and nifty setup tweaks galore Comments (9) jonathan September 22, 2010 at 4:48 pm Paint job is quite Rocky Mountain Blizzard, isn’t it? speaker2animals September 22, 2010 at 7:21 pm I personally love that paint job. Nice. Can I have a Fuel EX in it please? 1969pedalpusher September 22, 2010 at 7:48 pm A telling amount of non-Bonty stuff on there… jd-boy September 22, 2010 at 11:31 pm Great now lets see some of the interesting stuff that the rest of us would ride/use juiced September 23, 2010 at 12:18 am Great good – see something a bit different from the usual A.M. bikes – A UK ridden winning DH bike! pjt201 September 23, 2010 at 8:14 am i wonder if they actually are bontrager rims then… messiah September 23, 2010 at 8:17 am Non oversized bars 🙂 Blackhound September 23, 2010 at 12:36 pm Paint job is fine, it is missing some World Champion bands though. She should throw a strop until they are added;-) Cyclenaut September 24, 2010 at 3:27 pm @jonathan: Rocky uses maple leaves. This is a houndstooth pattern, the same one Trek World Racing has used for a few seasons now. @1961Bikie: Not on an EX, but yes on a Top Fuel! @1969pedalpusher: The non-Bonty stuff is there because the team is sponsored by Maxxis, Funn, and SDG. Tracy is sponsored by Hope. @pjt201: Yes, they are actually Bonty rims @Blackhound: This is the actual bike she rode in the race. Her new frame absolutely has stripes on it. FYI, anyone wishing to get a free Tracy poster can follow this link: http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/trek_life/news/article/2318/2010/09/09/one_suspension_platform_two_world_championships/ Comments are closed.