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The new bikes feature a tapered headtube design.

Besides suspension technology, Trek incorporated a tapered, 1.125- to 1.5-inch headtube. Since Fox does not yet make a 40 fork with the standard, the DH uses a reducer to accommodate the un-tapered 1.125-inch steerer.

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Besides suspension technology, Trek incorporated a tapered, 1.125- to 1.5-inch headtube. Since Fox does not yet make a 40 fork with the standard, the DH uses a reducer to accommodate the un-tapered 1.125-inch steerer.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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The new bikes feature a tapered headtube design.
Besides suspension technology, Trek incorporated a tapered, 1.125- to 1.5-inch headtube. Since Fox does not yet make a 40 fork with the standard, the DH uses a reducer to accommodate the un-tapered 1.125-inch steerer.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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