FX 3 Disc Women’s Stagger

A functional hybrid bike designed for performance, comfort, and utility is the FX 3 Disc Women’s Stagger. It includes a thin aluminum frame that is easy to mount and dismount, a carbon fork, strong disc brakes that stop in any weather, and a classic step through geometry.


ModelFX 3 Disc Women’s Stagger
TypeHybrid Bike


The Trek FX 3 Disc Women’s Stagged is a fantastic, multi-use bike that can get you where you need to go swiftly and safely, in our opinion. Additionally, it is enjoyable to ride on the weekends.

Continue reading if you’d like to learn why we adore it so much.

If you’re a commuter or fitness rider seeking for a versatile, comfortable bike with high-quality components that will hold up on longer rides and you prefer the fit and feel of touchpoints, like the saddle, made exclusively for women, then this bike is ideal for you.

All-weather hydraulic disc brakes, a lightweight aluminum frame with step-through geometry, a carbon fork, a Shimano drivetrain with 18 speeds and plenty of gears for hills, a Bontrager Satellite Plus IsoZone handlebar and ergonomic grips, a Bontrager H1 Women’s saddle, additional mounts for accessories like a rack and fenders, and puncture-resistant Bontrager H2 Hard-case Lite tyres round out the bike.

Alpha Gold Aluminum Frame

Trek’s Alpha Gold Aluminum is used for the frame. The FX3’s overall weight was reduced to around 26 lbs in large part due to the aluminum’s light weight and flexibility. The geometry of the bike, which is a technical term for the size and shape of the frame, allows for an upright riding position without the need for road riders to keep a hunched-over position. This, along with the flat handlebars, creates a highly comfortable position that is simple to maintain over long distances.

The front forks are arguably the largest improvement between the FX3 and the FX2. The FX2’s metal forks have been replaced with a set of carbon forks. This is one of the main reasons I chose the FX3 over the FX2, and it justifies the price difference. By removing a sizable amount of weight from the bike, the carbon, you can pedal even more quickly. The carbon also has higher flexibility, which has the advantage of absorbing more of the irregularities in the road surface. All in all, that results in a speedier and smoother ride for you.


With the switch to a Shimano system, the FX3 Disc has undergone a considerable update. This combination runs smoothly and has all the gears you’ll need for quick flats and descents as well as effortless cruising up hills. There are two cogs at the crank and nine on the back hub, totalling 18 gears. This is noteworthy since it is an improvement over the FX2, which has 3 cogs at the crank. Although it may not seem like much, there are two advantages. The front derailleur can be adjusted so that it only catches two cogs rather than three, which simplifies maintenance and reduces weight.

Brakes, Wheels and Tires

You need a brake system that can pull you out of trouble when cars swerve in front of you or squirrels dart across the road in your way when you have a bike that is light, sensitive, and capable of moving as fast as you want it to. Trek has installed the extremely squirrel-friendly Shimano MT201 hydraulic disc brakes for this. The entry-level FX1 has brakes with linear draw (which are effective but can be impacted by rain and mud). The FX2 switches to mechanical disc brakes, a better technology. The FX3 then deploys heavy-duty hydraulic discs.

The tyres are mounted on 32-hole Bontrager Tubeless Ready Disc rims with Bontrager H2 Hard-Case Lite wheels.

The tyres are made to perform incredibly well on paved surfaces (even in slippery, rainy weather). They are robust and puncture-resistant, so you won’t have to worry about dealing with a flat on the way to work if you were to inadvertently ride over something sharp.

Falling in love features of FX 3 Disc Women’s Stagged

The step-through frame makes it simple to board and exit after your ride.

More secure braking eliminates the need for inclement weather to ruin your journey.

It can be used for everything you need it to, whether you’re commuting, exercising, or simply cruising to the farmer’s market to get groceries.

When you add DuoTrap S, it’s simple to accessorize with racks, a kickstand, fenders, lights, and fitness devices to track your ride statistics.

The cables are routed internally, protecting them from the elements and enhancing the sleek appearance of the bike.


Check specifications here

FrameAlpha Gold Aluminum, stagger top tube, DuoTrap S compatible, internal cable routing, flat mount disc, rack & fender mounts, 135x5mm QR
ForkFX Carbon, rack and fender mounts, flat mount disc, 405mm axle-to-crown, ThruSkew 5mm QR
Hub frontFormula DC-20, alloy, 6-bolt, 5x100mm QR
Hub rearFormula DC-22, alloy, 6-bolt, Shimano 8/9/10 freehub, 135x5mm QR
RimBontrager Tubeless Ready Disc, 32-hole, presta valve
Spokes14g stainless steel
TireBontrager H2 Comp, wire bead, 30tpi, 700x32c
Max tire size38c without fenders, 35c with fenders
*ShifterSize: S, M, L – Shimano Acera M3000, 9 speed, SL-M3010, 2 speed
Front derailleurShimano Acera T3000, 34.9mm clamp, top swing, dual pull
Rear derailleurShimano Alivio M3100, long cage
CrankShimano MT210, 46/30, chainguard, 170mm length
CassetteShimano HG200, 11-36, 9 speed
ChainKMC X9
PedalBontrager City pedals
SaddleBontrager H1 Women’s
SeatpostBontrager alloy, 27.2mm, 12mm offset, 330mm length
*HandlebarBontrager Satellite Plus IsoZone, alloy, 31.8mm, 15mm rise, 600mm width
GripsBontrager Satellite IsoZone Plus, lock-on, ergonomic
*StemBontrager Elite, 31.8mm, Blendr compatible, 7 degree, 90mm length
Headset1 1/8” steel threadless
*BrakeShimano hydraulic disc, MT201 lever, UR300 caliper
Brake rotorShimano RT26, 6-bolt,160mm
Brake padBrake Pad Shimano Resin Disc Pad B01S
WeightM – 11.59 kg / 25.55 lbs
Weight limitThis bike has a maximum total weight limit (combined weight of bicycle, rider, and cargo) of 300 pounds (136 kg).

Pros & Cons


Ease of entry

Lightweight Bike

Comfortable to ride

Ideal for paved roads

Great shifting


Some may find slightly heavy



Total score

Our Rating​

Fast and adaptable, the FX 3 Disc Women’s Stagger is the ideal fitness bike for commuting, exercising, and cruising about town. The performance components, including the updated 18-speed drivetrain, plus the comfort elements that feel wonderful on extended rides really set this bike apart from other terrific everyday bikes.

We believe it to be a fantastic bike for novices and that the extra money was well spent. Despite the high quality, the materials are nonetheless lightweight. We appreciate that the fenders and mounts are already attached, and the sleek appearance of the frame-through-cable design.

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Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs:

How is this year’s FX different than the existing FX?

The Specialized Sirrus is the company’s premium hybrid workout bike. The “comfort” variant is Sirrus X. We urge you to first take a test drive at one of your local specialty dealers to feel the difference.

What is the difference between FX and FX Sport?

Simply said, consider FX 1, 2, and 3 to be your casual fitness rider and FX Sport 4, 5, and 6 to be your dedicated fitness rider.

Can I set up standard fenders, racks and lights?

Fenders are compatible with all FX models. There is a complete set of rack and fender mounts on FX, FX 1, 2, and 3.

FX 2 and 3 come with Blendr stems for the cleanest light and computer mounting solution on the market today.

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