An all-new District 4 from Trek is now available. For more fun and less hassle, the District 4 has a Gates CDX belt drive attached to a Shimano internal hub. The carbon belt drive offers 3x the service life of a chain. There’s no need to lubricate or degrease it either. Also, no chain marks on your legs or leggings.
The District 4 ships with self-powered lights, fenders, a kickstand, a rear rack, and 40c tires for rough roads. There are two models: District 4 and District 4 Stagger with a step-through frame.
Both are available now for $1699 from a Trek dealer near you.
Trek focused on releasing a bike for people trying cycling as an alternate means of essential transportation. During Covid, according to a survey conducted by Trek in partnership with research firm Engine Insights, of Americans who own a bike, 21% of them have been riding more. The study findings also reveal that half of Americans (50%) plan to ride their bike more after Covid
Thanks to its simple and fun design, Trek thinks the District 4 is a great solution for these new riders.
I agree. For example, it’s taken years of product cycles for bikes to include dynohub-powered lights.…