2013 Trek Mamba

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  • Serial: WTU245C9002G
  • Manufacturer: Trek
  • Model: Mamba
  • Primary colors: Black
  • Frame size: L
  • Wheel diameter: 700 C
  • Frame Material: Aluminum

Distinguishing features

Alpha Gold Aluminum frame with butted and hydroformed tubing, G2 Geometry, RockShox fork, 29-inch Bontrager wheels with Hayes disc brakes, Shimano shifting, Bontrager controls. Accessories include front and rear fenders, memory foam seat, tire clips on pedals, two water bottle holders, a bike chain guard on frame, and spoke LED lights.

Drivetrain and brakes

Additional parts, frame and fork.

  • Front Wheel Formula DC20 LW alloy front hub; Formula DC22 LW alloy rear hub w/Bontrager AT-850 32-hole double-walled rims
  • Rear Wheel Formula DC20 LW alloy front hub; Formula DC22 LW alloy rear hub w/Bontrager AT-850 32-hole double-walled rims
  • Front Tire Bontrager 29-2, 29x2.20"
  • Rear Tire Bontrager 29-2, 29x2.20"
  • Front Shifter Shimano Alivio, 9 speed
  • Rear Shifter Shimano Alivio, 9 speed
  • Front Derailleur Shimano Acera
  • Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore
  • Crankset Shimano Alivio, 44/32/22
  • Cog/Cassette/Freewheel Shimano HG20 11-34, 9 speed
  • Pedals Wellgo nylon platform
  • Front Brake Hayes Dyno Sport hydraulic disc brakes
  • Rear Brake Hayes Dyno Sport hydraulic disc brakes
  • Saddle Bontrager Evoke 1
  • Seatpost Bontrager SSR, 27.2mm, 12mm offset
  • Handlebar Bontrager Low Riser, 31.8mm, 5mm rise, 9 degree sweep
  • Stem Bontrager Race Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
  • Headset 1-1/8" threadless, semi-integrated, semi-cartridge bearings

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Bike components.

Alpha Gold Aluminum, butted & hydroformed tubing, G2 Geometry

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Deore

Front Derailleur

Shimano Acera

Shift Levers

Shimano Alivio, 9 speed

Shimano HG20 11-34, 9 speed

Shimano Alivio, 44/32/22

Wellgo nylon platform

Formula DC20 LW alloy front hub; Formula DC22 LW alloy rear hub w/Bontrager AT-850 32-hole double-walled rims

Bontrager 29-2, 29x2.20"

Hayes Dyno Sport hydraulic disc brakes

Bontrager Race Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree

Bontrager Low Riser, 31.8mm, 5mm rise, 9 degree sweep

1-1/8" threadless, semi-integrated, semi-cartridge bearings

Bontrager Evoke 1

Bontrager SSR, 27.2mm, 12mm offset

Bike geometry

About this model.

Mamba completes the Trek Mamba model. Trek released 9 bikes variations of this model so far.

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Mamba components

Wheels size.

The Mamba 2013 bike is equipped with 29″ aluminum wheels when leaving the factory. These wheels are more forgiving when you go over roots, rocks, bumps, or other obstacles you encounter on your ride. However, these wheels are not ideal for smaller people.

For your safety, it is important to have quality breaks on your bike. Trek Mamba has Hydraulic Disc brakes installed. These kinds of brakes are among the most popular models used on bikes. To sum up, you can ride your bike with confidence.

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2013 Trek Mamba price and brakes

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Looking at a 2013 trek mamba at LBS they have 3 of them but 1 doesn't have the Hayes Dyno Sport brake set up on it. Salesman says they're Tektro ,but every Mamba i can find has Hayes on it. Anybody ever seen one set up this way. They are still trying to get retail for this bike and telling me its a better bike than a x cal 8, which they don't have anyone with any thoughts on this situation. thanks  

Retail on a 2013? Id look else where.  

I was thinking $900 max  

trek mamba 2013 price

The X-Cal 8 is better. It is one year newer (a plus), and it has Shimano brakes (another plus). The only reason they are saying the Mambas are better is because they are trying to get rid of their old stock, so they can get more bikes in. You should look around some more, Tektros suck.  

Truth! I would spend my money on the X-Cal 8 instead of the Mamba if I were you OP. Check it out...  

I bought a leftover 2013 Mamba in October for $799! My buddy bought the XCal 8 about a month later for like $850. I'm not really a big fan of either but I like the Mamba more than the XCal! Not that their a bad bike or anything but I'm kinda a big dude that rides hard and likes to hit jumps and do stuff that no entry level bikes gonna take with 250lbs on it! The fork bottomed out a lot and I bent the hell outta the rims. My buddy which is 150lbs soaking wet stuffed it on a jump and tacoed his rim also. For the month that I rode my Mamba I had no problems with the brakes they actually seemed to work better than the set of Shimano brakes on my buddies XCal. I didn't really like the way the Treks cornered which may be the G2 geometry or just because I was new to riding a 29er. I also liked the Shimano group set on the Mamba over the SRAM parts that comes on the XCal. Myself personally I'd take the Mamba over the XCal. You can find either lightly used at a pretty big discount on your local Craigslist. I sold mine on there with an upgraded front Mavic hoop, computer and a comfy seat for $750. I would definetly look for a good used one over a payin retail for a leftover.  

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Brakes! I have broke them in as you should. I am not sure if they need bleed off or what? I can grab both front and rear as hard as I can at 25mph and never lock out my rear or front start to pull up my rear. I bought this wanting a wet system and now miss my V-brake and kona I sold to get this. It's been in the shop twice now. I bought it on tue April 9th today is Friday the 12th. First the neck started to flop around. No big deal, they tightened it up and shipped it out the door. Today the front wheel is bending under torque from the brake system that half way works. Taking it in after I write this up!

Not happy with the product I have received! I feel that the shop that I bought it from should have a grasp at how to put a bike together being you have to be a dealer to get one from trek. Even after I get it back and say its good to go I'm selling it on local bike classifieds. I have had many 1000$ plus bikes and never had to bring them in on the first day or twice in three days of ownership! I'm glad I did not buy my wife's bike the same day. We will be getting new bikes as soon as I take a loss on this bike that's seen maybe 20 miles of street riding and 2 trips to the shop.

geometry, front shock for bike price range, hydro brakes

tires, saddle

Bought my Mamba in February after doing a lot of research on really nice medium level 29er's. Love everything about it...minus tires. Too narrow and do not grip the best on the trails. Saddle is pretty hard also, looking to upgrade in the near future. Rides amazing on the trails, adjustable front fork goes a long way when riding through different terrain, and lockout feature is great for in town riding. Bottom line: Bike is awesome for the price, and according to most of the guys at the LBS's it has better components than the 2013 models. May want to invest in some wider tires but that is about the only major complaint I have. Great bike!

Ridgidity of frame Geometry-strictly personal Suspension Rims

Tires Brakes

Bought this bike for a Moab, UT trip. Glad I did. I did not want an XC due to my everyday riding, cost, and weight. 29" made a huge difference on rocky trails. I will replace rubber this year as the Bontranger rubber is just adequate and wears quickly. Hayes brakes worked well enough but there seems to be noise from the discs. Shop will check them out. I needed to tighten the head stock on the trail as it had a little too much play for my liking. This could have been the retailer prep. Overall, I am really happy with my choice and with a couple of tweaks, total satisfaction will be had for a few years to come.

I'm told if you love your frame, your love your bike. With this in mind I love this bike. Theirs room for upgrades on this bike but for an intermediate level mountain bike everything functioned fine. I plan on keeping the bike components with the exception of breaks until something breaks, then upgrading that component.

I did upgrade my breaks to Avid Juicy 7's within the first year of riding. the Hayes breaks have plenty of stopping power while they lasted but I ran across a problem with hydraulic fluid pushing through the inner membrane of the break line causing a loss in stopping power. O'well. Tires don't last long. Neater do pedals.

Overall I would recommend this bike to anyone interested in an intermediate level 29er. I'm 6'3" and ride a 21" frame on mostly xc type trails. Had a blast on this bike last summer and fall and plan on entering a few (amateur) competitive races this spring. Look forward to many rides to come on this bicycle.

The bike looks great. I just purchased this two weeks ago to replace my 2007 Diamondback Sorrento. I am 6'3" so the LBS set me up with a 21" frame.

The very first trail ride I went on, not even a mile into it, I hit a section of roots while traveling pretty fast. I hit a part that had roots pretty close and I flew over the handle bars. When I got up I realized the high speed Bontrager rim was bent to hell. I had to walk all the way back to my truck and drive to the LBS to get a new rim. After a few rides the brakes are noisy and sound like they are rubbing and the front wheel also has a slight wobble but not to bad it just looks annoying. My front tire also has a slow leak in it so now I need to fix that lol.

Overall it is not to bad but I guess I was expecting to much from this bike.

At the price I bought my Mamba, it can be percieved as a cheap bike. I changed the tyres and did several races with it during the past 6 months. Never let me down. Finished in the top 5% of the field in all my races. Love my Mamba.

Solid bike, performs well, value for money

Brakes aren't spectacular, but what do you want for the price... you do get hydraulic discs on the 2013 model.

This is the bike I used to get back into the sport after years away from it. It works very well overall, climbs very well. Geometry is pretty good. The components on the 2013 model are decent and from what I learned are improved over previous years models, and stood up to me....I am a big guy. Only thing that I would improve on are the brakes as after a steep technical long decent they fade, but changing to sintered pads helps, for a smaller rider this probably isn’t as big of an issue. For the price it is a great bike.

Comfortable Solid components Stable and good control on trail Trouble free Loves the trails

Stock saddle Tires could be better

New to the sport and wanted something that will last me from the beginning stage through intermediate and then ready for a $2k+ full suspension. Something respectable and with a capable set of components. It seems like the Mamba Is a quality capable ride that will let me fairly assess this sport for a year or more. I love this bike. It's solid feel, stable control, and careems down the hill like a banshee on a mission. I can see the components are not top grade But they certainly feel solid & like they will do the job... Unless I go totally gonzo.. In which case I really need to upgrade the whole bike anyway..right? Great bike. Very happy with purchase

Front Suspension in that price range, double walled rims, hydro brakes, not too heavy I think, frame is same as cobia,

Stock tires that come with it. Not sure if it's me of the bike, but I find the chain coming off front gears often. It is probably me when going downhill, but not really a weakness because it is an easy fix to put back on. Hard to get going again when not on flat terrain (inherent problem with 29ers not just this bike)

2012 Trek Mamba. Paid $800 for it. Best bike I could buy for that price. New to Mountain biking. 29er really can ride over pretty much anything. Holding up to everything I am throwing at it. Hydraulic brakes are very responsive. My quick release on front wheel came loose, but that was easy to tighten back up on the trail. First upgrade would probably be tires. Couple times almost when over the bars head first when going uphill because of wheel slip on a rock or root. Overall a very good bike for the price I paid. Trek did a good job on the 2012 model. Heard 2013 kinda went backwards on brakes. Best 29er in this price range. Definitely a leap forward over Marlin and Wahoo.

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This is my first mountain bike and 29er. Test rode Marlin and 3500 disc.

Bang for the buck

I shopped around for a year for a new bike. I was looking for the most bang for the buck I could fine, without giving up anything in the area of fit/feel. I test rode bikes from leading competitors, scoured the internet to compare components, and frequented many LBS trying to find that perfect blend. The last LBS I went to was having a rental bike sale of the Mamba, and I just wanted to try the bike out. 15 minutes later I left the shop with a brand new one, off the floor. The fit / feel of this bike was immediately impressive, however I do realize that is rider specific. In my opinion the stock components, for the money, are comparable to none ... at least that I have found after searching for a long time and giving other brands a fair shot. Are the components GREAT ? No, or at least that depends on what your looking for. I don't race. I'm not a competitive downhill guy, I do ride technical trails, fast single track, and every trail i ride has drops and large roots, and the bike so far has held up great. Bottom line on the components is that for a similar priced bike from other makers, your not gonna get the package you get with this bike stock. That was a big deciding factor for me, because I tried finding a bike long before I bought this one but refused to settle. 4 chili's only because I've only had the bike a about 2 months and have no input as to how well it will hold up over time. I would reccommend this bike to someone who wants a quality first bike, or someone like myself who is in the market for a new bike but doesn't have a few grand to drop. Great bike, great feel, and lots of bang for the buck.

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The 2011 Trek Gary Fisher Mamba is a mountain bike with an aluminum frame. The frame has a Matte  Dark  Gray finish.

It was released in 2011 and costs $879 brand new. Due to the frame materials and other factors, we estimate that this bike weighs around 35 pounds. The Gary Fisher Mamba has fork suspension with 100mm travel.

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2013 *PRICE DROP* Trek Mamba 29er Gary Fisher 19" *MINT*

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Mountain Biking This Summer – Upgrading 2013 Trek Mamba Gary Fisher Edition

If you searched for Trek Mamba upgrades and are just here for the upgrade list CLICK HERE to go to the list.

During the second Summer of the COVID-19 pandemic, I, and apparently everyone else in the free world, got into the sport of mountain biking. If you doubt that “everyone else” got into mountain biking go to your Local Bike Store (LBS) and try to buy a bike. You will most likely discover that they will gladly sell you a bike that will arrive around June – if you are lucky.

I have actually mountain biked for a few years but it was biking of the “hey I have an entry-level mountain bike and I should use it” variety. This meant around 60ish miles a season (late Spring through Fall). I would go out with a friend every now and then. This season has been significantly different. We aren’t through with the season yet and I am over 425 miles. I am going to my local trail ( Standing Rocks Park ) 4 to 5 times a week.

Of course, I am still on my entry-level mountain bike (a 2013 Trek Mamba Gary Fisher edition) because the bike I finally convinced myself to buy won’t be here till May 2022, at the earliest. Though I have made some pretty significant upgrades to the bike. Many people will say that you shouldn’t do significant upgrades to a bike like the Mamba because your money will be better spent on buying a new bike. They call it “polishing a turd”. This may be true when bikes are not in short supply (it is difficult to almost impossible to find a decent used bike now too), but it isn’t when you are:

  • in the middle of a pandemic that is causing manufacturing and distribution problems
  • Trying to determine how into MTB you are going to be
  • Keeping your old bike as a backup/spare for guests

So I slowly upgraded the Mamba (or FRamba – Fred the Mamba) through the season. Here’s a list of what I have done to the FRamba. I had a heck of a time finding information concerning what upgrades would work well for my 9-year-old bike – mountain biking technology has changed a great deal in the past 5 years. Hopefully, this list will help someone else with their still very fun to ride older Mamba.

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The Upgrade List

  • Swapped drivertrain from 3x to 1x with Eagle NX derauiler and cassette e and Raceface front sprochet .
  • Replaced the Bontrager tires with Maxxis Rekon 29×2.25 (front) and Pace 29×2.10 (back) tires – I could place a wider tire on the back now that it has been converted to 1x but could not do so when the bike was still 3x on its drivetrain.
  • All Mountain Style Mudguard
  • PNW Pine 27.2 Dropper Post 90mm & Puget MTB Lever 1x
  • New Green PNW Loam Bolt-On Grips
  • Green OneUp Components Composite Pedals
  • OneUp Components EDC Lite Integrated Tool System
  • RockShox Judy Gold RL Suspension Fork – 29″, 100 mm, 9 x 100 mm, 51 mm Offset, Black, Straight, A3

This “turd” will be thoroughly polished once the new air fork is placed on her in November. She has improved as a ride throughout the season – partially because my skill has improved and partially because she has been improved through the upgrades. The conversion to a 1x drivetrain and the dropper post probably made the greatest difference in her ride. I understand why so many MTB videos and articles sing the praises of 1x conversion and dropper post-installation. Both upgrades made substantial differences in how she rides. In addition, she is around 1,000 grams lighter than she was at the beginning of the season and is another 500 grams lighter from the fork replacement.

I have a new and improved Trek Roscoe 8 on order that hopefully will be here May 2022. Until then the FRamba is a great ride and she will continue to be a wonderful backup/spare bike for when guests are around.

BTW the folks at Point Area Bicycle Service have helped with many of these upgrades. They are wonderful and I would encourage you to go there for your bike services.

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can I buy your mamba from you once your new bike gets in? mine was stolen in 2018 when I was diagnosed with lymphoma and couldn’t keep tabs on it like I was able to before. I have relentlessly searched for another mamba since finding out I am in remission to no avail… I truly loved my mamba and just want to enjoy the ride again!

I’m very happy for your remission Lauren. Sorry though my Mamba isn’t for sale.

Hahaha… I understand, but I figured that it couldn’t hurt to ask! Thank you, anyway!

Never hurts to ask. I wish you good luck in finding one. It is a wonderful little bike – all the more so as I upgrade it.

Is the Trek Roscoe 8 you ordered a 2021 or a 2022?

It is a 2022.

What made you choose the 2022 Roscoe 8 versus the Roscoe 7? I am asking this because the Roscoe 8 is $600 more expensive and the Roscoe 7 is a very capable bike.

I agree Mark the 7 is definitely a very capable bike. I placed my order for the 8 for 3 primary reasons: 1) I prefer the SRAM drivetrain to the Shimano on the 7, 2) I wanted the greater braking capability of the 4 piston caliper on the 8, and 3) the Rockshox 35 on the 8 versus the Recon on the 7.

Both bikes are excellent hardtails.

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