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  • Session 8 has the heart of a monster truck: it rolls over everything, gives you the confidence to take on rougher trails and saves you when you don't take the right line
  • The quality suspension set-up paired with our ABP frame design is made to keep you in control
  • The durable, DH-specific 7-speed drivetrain keeps things simple, so you can focus on shredding and getting rad
  • Mino Link lets you make small adjustments to your geometry quickly and easily, even mid-ride
  • 27.5 wheels are great for flicking the bike around through the most technical trails

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Trek Session 8 27.5 review

Impressive pedigree, but a letdown in the rough

‘ABP’ rear suspension provides a solid, supple action

Relatively short front end feels cramped, high bottom bracket and short frame deliver a sometimes precarious-feeling ride, harsh fork and weak brakes are disappointing for the price

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While Trek's top-end Sessions had a complete redesign for 2018, this budget model uses a frame carried over from previous years. It’s a design that’s enjoyed huge success on the World Cup circuit, but how has it stood the test of time?

Editor's note: This bike has now been superseded by the 2019 model which was not available for review at the time of this test

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Trek Session 8 27.5 frame

Trek’s ABP (Active Braking Pivot) suspension system is essentially a single-pivot with linkage-driven shock design, except it uses a rear-axle pivot to reduce the effect of braking on the suspension action.

The shock is compressed between the upper rocker link and the forward tips of the chainstays. Trek calls this set-up ‘Full Floater’ and uses it to tweak the leverage curve so that the Session provides 210mm of slightly progressive travel.

A ‘Mino Link’ chip allows the bottom-bracket height to be adjusted by 10mm and the head angle by half a degree.

Trek Session 8 27.5 kit

To be blunt, you don’t get all that much for your money.

The Session 8 has solid DT Swiss wheels, Bontrager tyres and SRAM drivetrain parts, but its BoXXer RC coil fork houses RockShox’s more basic Motion Control damper. The SRAM Guide R brakes were also disappointing, lacking in power and developing a spongy feel after a few muddy rides.

Trek Session 8 27.5 ride

The Session felt small and cramped. In fact, I found myself double-checking that Trek had sent the XL frame I’d requested.

Not only is the reach noticeably short, but the minimal-rise bar (15mm) sits low on the negative-rise stem. With a high-ish bottom bracket, the bar feels even lower when riding. At 6ft 3in, I was practically rubbing my knees on the bar when I leaned forward to pedal. Plus things felt precarious in steep or technical sections.

I ended up swapping out the bar for something taller and with less backsweep, as well as putting a 5mm spacer under the stem. Even then, the high bottom bracket and short front centre meant the ride was far less stable or confidence-inspiring when things got fast or technical.

The Trek’s higher centre of gravity makes pushing hard into turns feel like more of a gamble too, despite the impressive grip of the high-volume Bontrager G4 tyres.

Up front, the Motion Control fork also puts the Session at a distinct disadvantage. It’s noticeably harsh on high-speed hits in particular, where it spikes badly. The damping just can’t react in time to keep up with square-edged bumps and the result is a clunky feeling through the bar.

In contrast, the rear suspension is very supple. The RockShox Vivid R2C shock is fancy for this price point, but doesn’t offer any big advantage over the simpler coil shocks found on other bikes.

Because of the short and tall frame, I had to run the rebound damping (particularly the high-speed rebound) pretty slow to provide enough stability over jumps and G-outs, and this compromised sensitivity a little. I also swapped the stock 500lb/in spring for a 550lb/in replacement to make the bike feel more balanced.

Trek Session 8 27.5 verdict

The outdated geometry, harsh fork and underwhelming brakes meant I really struggled to get on with the Trek.

Smaller riders can go some way to addressing the first complaint by going up a size, to get a longer reach (if the seat tube isn’t too long), but the high bottom bracket still undermines the handling somewhat. Considering all this (as well as the price), it's a hard bike to recommend.

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The brand new 2021 Trek Session 8. 

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Despite its capabilities in the rough stuff, the Session is still a fun ride. 

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The cable routing is fairly neat. 

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Trek give riders the option of routing the cabling internally or externally.

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The Session 8 model we tested features a Boxxer Select with 5 clicks of compression damping. 

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The new Session enjoys fast, chundery terrain. 

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We liked the bold new graphics on the Session. 

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The new Session is compatible with both coil and air shocks. 

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The move to a high pivot idler design is the main revision on the new Session. 

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The Session eats up this type of terrain. 

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7 speed GX is a fantastic drivetrain for downhill. 

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The smaller derailleur is well protected from rock strikes. 

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We were impressed by the performance of the Fox VAN Performance Shock. 

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Reckless swinging off the back is encouraged by the Session. 

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Bontrager wheels and tyres got the job done. 

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SRAM's Code R brakes offer great modulation.

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The new Session retains Trek's Mino Link geometry adjustability.

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The Session was confidence inspiring in chunky terrain. 

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There's also two levels of rear shock progression on offer, 20 percent and 25 percent.

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Internal or external - it's your choice with the new Session.

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The chainstay protection kept things reasonably quiet throughout testing.

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The rear wheel was used and abused throughout testing. 

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The new Session features sturdy and replaceable downtube protection. 

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The new Session is quite simply a fantastic downhill bike. 

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TESTED: 2022 Trek Session 8

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AMB tests the all new Trek Session - high pivot and full noise.

Words: Will Shaw

Photos: TBS

The Trek Session is the bike with the most UCI Downhill World Cup wins to its name (38 to be exact). It’s also the downhill bike by which all others are judged. The phrase ‘looks like a Session’ recognises the Session’s distinctive look and consistent performance for the last two decades.

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In recent years high pivot downhill bikes with idler pulleys (I’ll just say high pivot from now on) have become more and more popular. The Commencal Supreme is not only dominant at the top of the men's and women's fields but is also the bike of choice for privateers. Norco’s HSP downhill bike and GT’s current iteration of the Fury are also high pivot designs.

If you’re somewhat new to the sport, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this design style is one that’s relatively new. Whilst Trek’s brand-new Session using a high pivot design is different to its predecessor, it’s a concept Trek first implemented in their gravity line in 2003. The Trek Diesel was a high pivot bike that freeride legend and current Trek Gravity Team Manager Andrew Shandro piloted to second place in the 2003 Red Bull Rampage.

Fast forward nearly 20 years, and on paper the latest iteration of the Session ticks all the boxes for a high-performance gravity machine. The bike’s high pivot design has the tick of approval from current World Champion Reece Wilson, as well as team members Charlie Harrison, Loris Vergier, and Vali Höll.

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Initial Impressions:

The new Session is an entirely aluminium affair (with the exception of the magnesium rocker link). This is another trend in the current crop of downhill bikes, and Trek say this is a result of direct rider feedback from their pro athletes. According to John Riley (Trek’s Director of Mountain Bikes), there was a feeling that the aluminium design kept the bike ‘calmer’ in rough terrain.  

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Despite the move to a high pivot design, the shape of the Session remains immediately recognisable, and the bike features classic Trek technologies such as the ABP (Active Braking Pivot), Mino Link adjustability, and a magnesium rocker link.

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My first impression of the bike was that it focuses on practicality over aesthetics. The down tube protection is extensive and removable, the chain stay protector is far beefier than many out there, and even the welds on the frame look like they mean business.

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The frame has some great features that Trek deserves to be commended on. The replaceable down tube guard is gargantuan, a must on a bike that’s going to have things striking it frequently. The standard cable routing is internal through the top tube, but there’s also the option to route cables externally on the underside of the top tube. Trek have done this to allow for fast race day swaps and repairs, or for customers who want the bike to be easier to work on. Whilst the unused cable guides underneath the top tube might look messy to some, I know quite a few racers and bike park riders who’ll appreciate this option.

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The Session 8 model I received was in the R2 size. Trek are offering three sizes of the Session, and are doing away with the traditional ‘small, medium, large’ sizing structure, much like Specialized’s S system. The Session range comes in R1, R2, and R3.

What Trek have done with the three sizes is pretty nifty. The standover is pretty much the same (754.6mm, 758.7mm, 756.8mm) between the sizes, so you’re selecting a bike on your preferred reach (446.8mm, 471.6mm, 448.2mm) and chainstay length (435.1mm, 441.1mm, 448.2mm).

The bike ships as standard with the Mino Link in the high position, and that’s the geometry I’ve discussed above. Moving the Mino Link to the low position will shorten the reach and lengthen the chain stays among other things. Despite having varying chain stay lengths depending on size, it’s actually the same chain stay used throughout, with the bottom bracket position changing slightly with each frame size.

My Session 8 in size R2 weighed in at 17.95kg without pedals. All complete bikes come in 29” only, however all three combinations of full 29”, mullet (29”/27.5”), and full 27.5” can be run on the Session using the Mino Link adjustment, and a headset cup extender in the case of full 27.5”. For both mullet and full 27.5” setups you’ll need to run the Mino Link in the high position, which is the setting the bike comes in as standard.

Another feature Trek have added with the new Session is the ability to adjust the bike’s progressivity. A flip chip in the lower shock mount allows for two amounts of progression, 20 percent and 25 percent. The bike ships with 25 percent progressivity as standard, and it’s the setting I ran throughout testing.

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The Session in Australia is available as the complete Session 8 tested here, as well as the Session 9 frame set. The frame set comes in the team replica colour with a Fox Performance DHX shock and the headset extender to run 27.5” wheels front and rear. The 8 model I tested is $6999, whilst the frame set will set you back $4999.  

Tester:  Will Shaw

Riding Experience: More Queenstown Bike Park laps than my bank account appreciates

Generally Rides: Moustache Game 6, Norco One25, Norco Section A1

Height: 185cm

Weight: 84kg

Bike Test Track: Ourimbah DH, Awaba DH, Mona Vale DH

On the Trail:

I immediately felt comfortable aboard the new Session. Trek have added about 30mm of reach onto each size of the new bike, and the 471mm reach on the R2 size felt bang on from the get-go. I wouldn’t have minded lopping an inch or so off the bike’s seatpost, but this is easily done at your local dealer if necessary. The cockpit was similarly easy to get along with.

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In terms of setting the bike up, The Boxxer Select fork and Fox VAN rear shock don’t have lots of adjustments to worry about. Once the fork’s sag is where you want it to be there’s rebound damping and five clicks of compression to play with. On the rear shock there’s low-speed compression and rebound adjustment.

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A specific aim in the development of the new Session was to increase the bike’s traction and control in high speed ‘chundery’ terrain. According to lead engineer Dylan Howes (who has worked on every iteration of the Session for the last 20 years), the rearward axle path allowed by the new design moves the rear wheel from 12 to 25mm further backwards compared to old Session, depending on where you are in the travel.

On the trail this is immediately noticeable. Repeated harsh hits are kept under control at the rear, encouraging you to hit chunky sections faster. Bigger impacts are swallowed up by the new Session, which has reduced pedal kickback by 10-19 degrees (from 15-27 degrees on the old Session to 5-8 degrees on the new bike). If I had to describe the new Session in a word, it’d definitely be calm. There’s none of the pitching forward sensation you can get from pedal kickback, or the rear end losing composure under repeated hits or heavy braking.

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Another area the Session shines in is front to rear balance. The geometry was spot on for me, striking a great balance between stability, whilst still being able to link the bike through tighter turns and ride nimbly at lower speeds. The Mino Link and progression adjustments are also handy for different tracks where certain handling attributes might be more useful. I rode the majority of the testing with the Mino Link in the standard high position and 25 percent progression.

The idler is a key component of the Session, and it allows the bike to have its rearward axle path and reduced pedal kickback. Despite this, because the idler isn’t concentric with the main pivot Trek have been able to tune the anti-squat to allow the bike to remain agile and ‘poppy’. This is noticeable out on the trail, however if you’re the kind of rider that likes a bit of feedback about what’s happening underneath you, the Session almost completely mutes these sensations. Despite this, if you push into the bike it’ll give you the energy back, so I had no issues popping over trail features, or pre-jumping to pump terrain.

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Overall, I was thoroughly impressed by the new Session. Whilst the previous Session is the bike ridden by the current World Champion, I suspect Reece Wilson will have no problems remaining at the top of the results sheet aboard this new bike. The way Trek have blended the Session’s handling and suspension kinematics makes for a confidence inspiring ride that keeps things calm when the trail gets rough and fast.

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One componentry choice on the new Session I was confused about was the 180mm rear rotor. Whilst I didn’t ride the bike on any tracks long or steep enough to really need a bigger rear rotor, I think 200mm should come as standard front and rear on a downhill bike, and there’s plenty of professionals running 220mm rotors on the World Cup circuit. Whilst you’ll need to source adaptors, you can run 220mm rotors front and rear aboard the Session.

The Session is a great choice if you’re after a Downhill race machine that’ll go fast from your first ride. One style of rider I wouldn’t recommend the Session to is the rider who enjoys selecting the smoothest lines and feeling what’s going on underneath them to achieve this. Whilst the Session responds well to being pumped and pops around the trail nicely, the bike will happily smash through most lines without letting you know your line choice could be better.

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In terms of value for money, the Session 8’s price of $6999 is there or thereabouts in the 2022 downhill market. In terms of componentry, I had no issues with the spec that came on the Session 8, and key components like the brakes and suspension offered fantastic performance.

RRP:  $6999

Weight: 17.95kg (size R2 as tested, without pedals)

From:  https://www.trekbikes.com/au/en_AU/

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Trek's Session 8 is the DH mountain bike with a park-focused geometry that shines on big hits at the bike park.

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Four downhill bikes tested in one of Europe’s best destinations – Pila, Aosta valley, Italy. The first mix of bikes in our search for the best downhill bikes 2015 are – the Mondraker Summum Carbon Pro Team 2015, Trek Session 9.9, Specialized SWorks Demo and the YT Tues CF Pro. The reviews come in two parts. Part one, which […]

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2022 TREK SESSION

The return of the high pivot.

Words by Drew Rohde | Photos by Dusten Ryen Video by Brian Niles/Treeline Cinematics

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In the latest episode of our Dissected Series, we build and take a detailed look at the new 2022 Trek Session downhill bike. The Trek Session is a bike we have been very familiar with over the last decade or so as we have personally bought and owned them, tested them, and even won a few DH races aboard them. There is no denying we like the Session and have reviewed them on this site in the past, but this new Dissected feature is intended to share the new features and design elements of this new bike in a factual and unbiased manner.

Back in 2005 aggressive mountain bikers were witness to the first Trek Session, a long travel freeride bike that could pedal gnarly stuff on the shore or shred a bike park. At the time the Trek Session seemed to be the evolution from Trek’s early high pivot, idler pulley-equipped Diesel DH bike. As bikes, freeriding and downhill racing progressed, the Session evolved into a more downhill race machine and departed from being a dedicated freeride hucker to what we know it as today. The high pivot, idler design returned and made some waves under professional racers as the bike continued to evolve under Tracey Mosely and then coming into its glory years under Aaron Gwin, Rachel Atherton, and a few other Trek Factory Racing athletes. One may think with so many World Cup wins, the Trek Session is a one-trick pony, but several top-step showings from the Trek C3 team have shown the Session is equally at home winning gold medals at the Red Bull Rampage as it is on the world racing stage.

2022 Trek Session Dissected

WHY GO BACK?

For some it may be hard to imagine why Trek would be going back to a system they used on the Session 10 so many years ago. According to Trek Bicycles Advanced Concepts Engineer Dylan Howes, when Trek moved to the Session 8 from the 10, it was more about taking advantage of the brand’s latest technologies like Advanced Braking Pivot, Full Floater, EVO Link and applied them to dual suspension bikes no matter the discipline. Along with these new suspension technologies, Trek made the Session 8 much lighter, had a different stiffness and completely different ride experience.

As technology progressed, shock technology, rider preference and so many other factors have evolved, Trek decided that they wanted to revisit some of the major aspects that made the Trek Session 10, and high pivot bikes in general, a valid platform. High pivot bikes offer great impact absorption, roll-over speed and traction.

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HIGH PIVOT 101

As you move the pivot that the wheel moves around higher, it allows the wheel to move rearward and upward as it encounters obstacles. By letting the wheel move in a larger arc, it gives the rear end more time to react and get out of the way. In a sense it is cushioning that impact or obstacle more than just relying on a straight vertical path and shock damping. The goal is to keep the bike feeling smoother, reduce deceleration from square-edge impacts and reduce fatigue to the rider on extended sections of rough terrain.

Now, if you are a realist, you will know that nothing comes for free, and moving a pivot to a location that allows for better impact absorption is certainly going to have a drawback. To combat the chain growth from the lengthening wheelbase of a high pivot bike the idler pulley becomes a crucial component. As the rear wheel moves up and back it moves further away from the bottom bracket. Since a chain cannot stretch, that energy gets transferred to the next weakest link. Those weak links are your feet/legs and the suspension. What that translates to on the trail is pedal kickback and decreased sensitivity of the rear shock. The cranks want to back-pedal as the wheel moves through the travel, which forces your leg muscles and feet to push back against the pedals to keep them even while standing on the pedals. This wears the rider out and stiffens up the rear end because of counteracting forces. The 2018 Trek Session had 15-27 degrees of pedal kickback depending on the scenario, and the 2022 Trek Session reduces that to 5-8 degrees. The idler pulley isolates the chain growth and by reducing pedal kickback, the rider can be stronger, longer and enjoy a more sensitive and composed bike that rolls over obstacles faster.

2021 Trek Session High Pivot Suspension Tech

WHAT ELSE IS NEW?

Adjustable Leverage Ratio – In previous years Trek Factory Racing athletes benefitted from having the race shop make them custom links for different tracks and rider preference. Wanting to add the benefits and tunability to the general public, the shock Mino Chip takes the bike from 20% to 25%. Both settings offer more progression than the preceding Trek Session but make this bike ready for even more aggressive riding and just about any rear shock you can find.

Aluminum Only – In a move that stunned the development team and engineers, all the athletes involved proclaimed that they were so pleased with that initial aluminum prototype, they did not want a carbon version. Trek engineer Dylan Howes said that the athlete feedback on the benefits of the aluminum frame caused a major reworking of the Session project as the plan had been to move to carbon after initial testing was complete. Major benefits included a slightly more composed bike due to a little bit more weight, a more comfortable feel and a nice snappy feel out of hard corners and big G-inducing berms. Another benefit that riders like Reece Wilson and Charlie Harrison appreciated out of the new Session frame is a muted feel. The material and suspension design work in unison to give a very calming and settled feel.

The benefit to end users? A more affordable bike and frameset for downhillers looking to spend more on riding than buying.

2022 Trek Session Progression Chip

ADJUSTABLE WHEEL SIZE – With so many riders wanting different things out of their bikes, the new Trek Session aims to please everyone from clock-chasing DH racers to Red Bull Rampage hopefuls and park rats. One frame does it all and can quickly be converted to run 29-inch front and back, Mullet (mixed) or full 27.5-inch wheels. The Trek Session frame comes with the EXT headset cup, required for running a 27.5” front wheel, but is sold separately for those buying a complete bike. In its default packaging, the new 2022 Trek Session ships with 29-inch wheels front and rear. With this setup riders can choose between a high or low geometry setting via the Mino Link. If you want to run a mullet/mixed wheel set up, simply put the bike in the High position and change out the rear wheel to a 27.5 and you are ready to rock. If you are a freeride, park rat and want to run full 27.5, you have to install a lower headset cup to maintain geo and ride height. That is it. Simple, quick changes that give you three different bikes.

2021 Trek Session Reach Based Sizing Graphic

UPDATED SIZING AND GEO – Trek has ditched the traditional sizing structure and are now using reach-based sizing. Three sizes of the Trek Session are available; R1, R2, R3 and cover the same range of rider heights as seat tubes have shortened and reach becomes the deciding factor. Across the board, all the new Session frames have lengthened up front to keep in tune with modern geometry demands. Something else that has changed is the addition of size-specific chainstays.

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THE WOLF’S FIRST IMPRESSION

After our brief riding sessions to collect footage for this feature, it is very apparent that Trek has created a solid downhill bike. We are very excited to put this bike to the test against some of the best we have ridden and are counting down the days until the chairlifts start spinning. The versatility to run the new Trek Session in three different wheel configurations is a definite strength, and we hope to try out the Mullet setup this summer. Another strength we see is the solid value for privateers and cost-conscious downhillers.

In terms of performance, it is still much too early, and we have not yet put the bike through enough scenarios to learn it inside and out but there are some readily apparent improvements. The progressivity at the rear end is noticeably improved and when we charged into hard compressions, the bike kept up with the terrain and has not hung up yet. We really like the suppleness off the top and feel that it is going to do a good job for riders who like to charge full speed. The added length will take a little getting used to on some of our tighter, slower DH trails with switchbacks as the longer reach, lengthening wheelbase and 29-inch rear wheel had us feeling a bit slower in the tightest stuff. Certainly, there is a learning curve to each bike and with some more tuning and practice we are confident the Session will get even better. If we had to break down our initial impressions of the new Trek Session it would be that it is a fast, versatile, confidence inspiring downhill bike that will let you push harder, and ride faster than you thought you could.

Stay tuned for a long-term review to see if we can work out the little kinks and get this bike to do exactly what we want.

Price: $6,999 (Session 9) Weight: 37lbs Website: Trekbikes.com

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TREK SESSION 8

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2022 Trek Session 8

Frame: Alpha Platinum Aluminum | high main pivot | idler pulley | integrated frame protection | 200mm Fork: RockShox Boxxer Select | 200mm Shock: Fox VAN Performance

Handlebar: Bontrager Line | Alloy | 780mm – 27.5mm Rise Stem: Bontrager Line Pro | 50mm Shifters: SRAM GX DH, 7-Speed Brakes: SRAM Code R Saddle: Bontrager Arvada Seatpost: Bontrager Rhythm Elite

Wheels: Bontrager Line DH 30 Tires: Bontrager G5 Team Issue | 29×2.5″

Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB Derailleur: SRAM GX DH Crankset: Truvativ Descendant DH | 34t | 165mm Cassette: SRAM PG-720 | 11-25 | 7-Speed Chain: SRAM PC-1110

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Price: $6,999

2022 Trek Session 9

Frame: Alpha Platinum Aluminum | high main pivot | idler pulley | integrated frame protection | 200mm Fork: RockShox Boxxer Ultimate | 200mm Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate DH

Handlebar: Bontrager Line Pro | OCLV Carbon | 820mm – 15mm Rise Stem: Bontrager Line Pro | 50mm Shifters: SRAM X01 DH, 7-Speed Brakes: SRAM Code RSC Saddle: Bontrager Arvada Seatpost: Bontrager Rhythm Elite

Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB Derailleur: SRAM X01 DH Crankset: SRAM X01 DH | 34t | 165mm Cassette: SRAM PG-720 | 11-25 | 7-Speed Chain: SRAM PC-1110

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Voronezh - Overview

Voronezh is a city located in the central part of European Russia, about 520 km south of Moscow. The administrative center of Voronezh Oblast, it stands on the banks of the Voronezh River, 12 km from its confluence with the Don River. Voronezh is considered the cradle of the Russian navy and the birthplace of the airborne troops.

The population of Voronezh is about 1,048,700 (2022), the area - 596 sq. km.

The phone code - +7 473, the postal codes - 394000-394094.

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History of Voronezh

Foundation of voronezh.

The first mention of Voronezh dates back to 1177 in connection with the battle of the Vladimir and Ryazan princes and the escape of Yaropolk of Ryazan to “Voronozh”. Some historians suggest, based on fragments of these chronicles, that Voronezh (Voronozh) existed as a settlement back in the 12th century. Other historians believe that the chronicle meant only the Voronezh River.

The second, very significant, mention of Voronezh in the chronicles refers to 1237, when the conquest of the Russian principalities by Khan Batu began during the Western campaign of the Mongols. The Russian princes decided to give the first battle to the enemies “and came out against them in Voronozh”, but were defeated. Again, the word “Voronozh” probably means the Voronezh River, not a settlement.

The Tsar’s decree on the foundation of Voronezh has not yet been found. The archive has an order of the boyar Nikita Yuriev from 1586 on the reorganization of the guard service on the southern outskirts of the Moscow state and on the construction of two fortified settlements: Livny and Voronezh. Thus, the official year of the foundation of Voronezh is 1586.

Located on the trade route at the confluence of the Voronezh River with the Don, Voronezh could not remain an exclusively military town for a long time. In 1615, its population was about 7 thousand people. From the middle of the 17th century, Russian and foreign ambassadors to the Ottoman Empire, the Crimean Khanate, and the Caucasus travelled through Voronezh. It became part of the Belgorod line - fortifications that protected the Russian state from the raids of the Crimean Tatars until the end of the 17th century.

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Voronezh - the cradle of the Russian navy

In 1695, during the first Azov campaign, Russian troops were unable to capture the fortress of Azov standing on the bank of the Don River, several kilometers from its confluence with the Sea of Azov. The siege was unsuccessful, as the Ottoman garrison in the fortress received support from the sea.

Therefore, Peter I decided to start building a fleet. Voronezh was chosen for this because of its strategic position on the Voronezh River flowing into the Don. Secondly, there were forests near the town that could be used as building materials. Thirdly, the residents of Voronezh had experience in the construction and use of river vessels.

In 1696, as a result of the second campaign, the Azov fortress was taken by Russian troops. The Russian fleet prevented the supply of people, ammunition and food to the fortress. From 1696 to 1711, about 215 ships were built in Voronezh, including the ship “Goto Predestinatsia” (The Providence of God) - the first Russian ship of the line.

In Voronezh, the organizational foundations for the subsequent construction of the Russian fleets in the Baltic and Black Seas were laid. The first Admiralty in Russia was also created here. However, the military shipyard in Voronezh did not exist for long due to the gradual shallowing of the rivers.

Voronezh in the 18th-19th centuries

In 1709, Voronezh became part of the Azov Governorate. In 1711, its center moved from Azov to Tambov, and in 1715 - to Voronezh. In 1725, after the death of the first Russian emperor, the region was renamed into the Voronezh Governorate. In 1745, the first educational institution was opened - the theological seminary (closed in 1918, reopened in 1993).

In 1748, Voronezh was badly damaged by fire. Almost the entire center, which was located on the bank of the river, burned down. After that, the center of Voronezh again began to be located in the place of today’s Universitetskaya Square.

In 1774, after another big fire, Catherine II approved the general plan for the regular development of Voronezh. In the second half of the 18th - the first half of the 19th centuries, Voronezh was one of the centers of the Russian cloth industry.

In 1781, the coat of arms of Voronezh was approved: “The shield is divided in two, in the upper part in a golden field - a two-headed black eagle, and in the lower part in a red field - an overturned jar, from which the Voronezh River flows”.

In 1863, according to the census of residents, Voronezh numbered 38,672 people (the 12th largest city in the Russian Empire). The first public library was opened in 1864. In 1868, Voronezh was connected by railway with Moscow, in 1871 - with Rostov-on-Don, in 1894 - with Kursk.

Voronezh in the first half of the 20th century

In 1913, the first secular higher educational institution in Voronezh was opened - the Agricultural Institute named after Peter the Great (Voronezh State Agrarian University named after Emperor Peter I). In 1914, the population of the city was 93,700 people. During the First World War, reserve military units were formed in Voronezh, defense enterprises from the western regions of the Russian Empire were evacuated here.

In 1928, Voronezh became the center of the Central Black Earth Oblast. And after its liquidation in 1934, it remained the center of Voronezh Oblast. On August 2, 1930, the first Soviet airborne assault was parachuted two kilometers from Voronezh. Today, August 2 is celebrated as the birthday of the Russian airborne forces.

In 1932, two large factories were built on the left bank - aviation and rubber. One of the most important industrial and scientific complexes in the USSR was formed in the city. Many types of aircraft produced in Voronezh began to enter the Red Air Force several years before the outbreak of World War II. In 1939, the population of Voronezh was 326,932 people.

In October-November 1941, during the Second World War, most of the large enterprises were evacuated to the east. From July 7, 1942 to January 25, 1943, the right-bank part of Voronezh, being under German occupation, suffered significant damage, about 18 thousand houses were destroyed (92% of all residential buildings). The active defense of Voronezh helped the Red Army to withstand and win in Stalingrad.

In November 1945, it was decided to prioritize the restoration of 15 oldest Russian cities, including Voronezh. In the late 1940s, the restoration of industrial enterprises was completed, by the mid-1950s - residential and public buildings. In 1956, the population of the city exceeded 400 thousand people.

Voronezh in the second half of the 20th century

In 1968, the first serial Soviet supersonic passenger aircraft Tu-144 was produced at the Voronezh Aviation Plant; in October 1977 - the first Soviet airbus (wide-body aircraft) Il-86. In 1972, the Voronezh reservoir was built, which became the largest in the region.

In 1983, about 6 km from the city limits, the construction of the Voronezh nuclear power plant for heat supply began. In 1990, under the influence of the Chernobyl disaster, it was suspended on the basis of a referendum held among Voronezh residents. The station, which was approximately 65% completed, was mothballed. In 2020, work began on its dismantling. In 1989, the population of Voronezh was about 887,000.

In the 1990s, in connection with the collapse of the USSR, the largest industrial enterprises of Voronezh were on the verge of bankruptcy due to a sharp decline in defense orders and the breakdown of existing economic ties. A lot of churches were returned to the Russian Orthodox Church; their restoration was carried out.

In the early and mid-1990s, agreements on twinning relations were concluded between Voronezh and the cities of Charlotte (USA), Chongqing (China) and Sliven (Bulgaria).

In 2008, Voronezh was awarded the title “City of Military Glory”. In 2009, a new Cathedral of the Annunciation, the third largest Orthodox church in Russia, was built to replace the destroyed one. On December 17, 2012, a millionth resident was born in the city, which made Voronezh the 15th city in Russia with a population of over 1 million.

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On a busy street in Voronezh

On a busy street in Voronezh

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Beautiful architecture of Voronezh

Beautiful architecture of Voronezh

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Voronezh - Features

Initially, the city stood on the banks of the Voronezh River. In the 1970s, it was turned into a reservoir - one of the largest reservoirs in the world located entirely within the city. The Voronezh reservoir divides the city into two parts. Its center, cultural institutions, embankments, the best establishments, and the most prestigious districts are located on the right bank. On the left bank there are industrial enterprises, residential areas, and one beautiful park. The two banks are connected by three bridges: the longest of them is Severnyy Bridge (2 km long).

There are several versions of the origin of the name of the Voronezh River after which the city of Voronezh was named. Most likely it comes from the word “voron” (“raven”) or “voronoy” (black) reflecting the dark color of the water in the Voronezh River. The City Day of Voronezh is celebrated annually on the third Saturday of September.

Voronezh is located in a temperate zone. Winter is moderately frosty with a permanent snow cover that forms in December. Quite often there are thaws accompanied by rains (especially in December). Also there are often drops in temperature below minus 20 degrees Celsius, which can last up to a week or more.

Summer is warm, even hot (especially July and the first half of August), in some years - rainy, in some years - dry. Autumn is mild and rainy. The Voronezh reservoir is covered with ice in late November - early December. Spring ice drift lasts from March to April. The average temperature in January is minus 7.6 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 22.7 degrees Celsius.

Voronezh is the economic center of the Voronezh region and one of the largest economic centers in Russia. The leading sectors of the economy are food, chemical, radio-electronic industries, mechanical engineering and retail trade. The largest enterprises of Voronezh are Voronezh Joint-Stock Aircraft Building Company, Voronezh Mechanical Plant, Voronezh Ceramic Plant, Carriage Repair Plant named after V.I. Thalmann.

This city is a major transport hub, the transport system of which consists of air, rail and road transport systems. The Peter the Great Voronezh International Airport offers regular flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kaliningrad, Samara, Krasnodar, Novosibirsk, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don. Public transport is represented by mini-buses, buses and trolleybuses.

Voronezh is worth visiting not only for its interesting museums, beautiful parks and picturesque squares. Here you can also see funny monuments to animals - heroes of famous literary works, replicas of the first ships of the Russian navy, unusual buildings in the Art Nouveau and Gothic style of the late 19th-20th centuries.

There are a lot of traditional Russian churches, theaters, and former merchant mansions in Voronezh that catch the eye with their noble and elegant appearance. Also, tourists should pay attention to the monuments perpetuating the image of the heroes of the Second World War. The Voronezh Sea, a huge reservoir stretching for tens of kilometers, is of no less interest.

Main Attractions of Voronezh

Monument to White Bim Black Ear - one of the unofficial symbols of Voronezh; a dog sitting on a pavement and patiently waiting for the return of its owner. The monument is dedicated to the main character of the story of the same name created by the Voronezh writer Gavriil Troyepolsky. The monument is located at Revolyutsii Avenue, 48, near the puppet theater “Shut” (“Jester”).

Monument to Kitten from Lizyukova Street - a monument dedicated to the kitten Vasily from the Soviet cartoon “Kitten from Lizyukova Street”, who, according to the plot, lived on Lizyukova Street in Voronezh. The monument looks like a tree on the branches of which a kitten and a crow are sitting and conducting a conversation. Generala Lizyukova Street, 4.

Memorial Complex “Victory Square” - one of the central squares of Voronezh with the memorial complex in honor of the defenders of the city in 1942-1943. At the northern end of the square, there is a monument made of red granite and metal, consisting of 12 figures depicting all branches of the Red Army, as well as partisans and militias. The eternal flame burns in front of the monument. At the southern end of the square, there is a 40-meter high stele.

Annunciation Cathedral (1998-2009) - the third largest Orthodox church in Russia and one of the tallest Orthodox churches in the world (85 meters) constructed in a picturesque Russian-Byzantine style and located in close proximity to Victory Square. Revolyutsii Avenue, 14B.

Cathedral of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos (1833-1841) - one of the main architectural sights of Voronezh. The main feature of this church is its gradual construction, in several stages, therefore its premises differ stylistically. Bekhtereva Street, 36.

Voronezh Museum of Local Lore - one of the leading museums in Voronezh. Here you can see numismatic, ethnographic, philatelic, weapons collections, as well as collections of porcelain, ceramics, rare books, and other unique exhibits. The main building of the museum is a picturesque urban mansion of the early 20th century with a bright red facade. Plekhanovskaya Street, 29. The museum “Arsenal” , a department of the local history museum, is completely devoted to weapons of the 13th-20th centuries and the Second World War. Stepan Razin Street, 43.

Ship Museum “Goto Predestinatsia” - a replica of a real ship from the times of Peter I docked at Admiralty Square; the first Russian ship of the line. Its exposition tells about the origin and development of the Russian navy. Another attraction located on Admiralty Square is the Assumption Admiralty Church built in the 17th century - the oldest preserved church in Voronezh.

Art Museum named after I. N. Kramskoy - one of the largest cultural centers of Voronezh located in a palace built in the Baroque style in 1777-1779, an architectural monument of federal significance. The museum presents a unique collection of art works of Ancient Egypt, antiquity, Russian and Western European painting of the 18th-20th centuries, icon painting, graphics, decorative and applied art, sculpture, paintings created by famous Voronezh artists, as well as works of contemporary Voronezh artists. Revolyutsii Avenue, 18.

“Museum of Forgotten Music” - one of the most interesting and unusual exhibitions in Voronezh, which consists of musical instruments of different nations. The collection includes exhibits found in different parts of Russia, many of which have been restored. Another part of the unusual exposition is the instruments that have been recreated from books, old drawings, and even from works of art. It is noteworthy that any of the exhibits can not only be touched and held in hands, but you can also play them. 9 Yanvarya Street, 108.

Rotunda - the ruins of the main entrance to the building of the Voronezh regional children’s hospital. Destroyed during the battles for Voronezh during World War II, it was preserved as a monument that always reminds of what hard times the city left behind. There are similar monuments in Berlin and Dresden (Germany), in Coventry (England), in Warsaw (Poland), and in Volgograd (former Stalingrad). Transportnaya Street, 69.

Park “Scarlet Sails” - one of the most beautiful natural attractions of Voronezh, located in the Levoberezhny (left-bank) district of the city, on the bank of the Voronezh reservoir. The total area of this pine park is 6.2 hectares. For residents and guests of the city, various concerts and festive programs, fairs, and theatrical performances are held here. Arzamasskaya Street, 4?.

Voronezh Oceanarium - one of the best oceanariums in Russia located in the village of Solnechny (Parkovaya Street, 3), about 3 km from the city limits of Voronezh along the Voronezh-Moscow highway. This oceanarium features 180 species of fish, 55 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, and other animals.

Princess Oldenburg’s Palace (Ramon Palace) - a unique palace complex of the late 19th century located in the village of Ramon, about 37 km north of Voronezh, a brick neo-Gothic architectural monument rare for the Russian province. Its owner was the granddaughter of Emperor Nicholas I and the niece of Emperor Alexander II, Princess Eugenia Maximilianovna of Oldenburg.

Natural, Architectural, and Archaeological Museum Reserve “Divnogorye” - one of the most popular and recognizable attractions of the Voronezh region, located on the right bank of the Don River, about 80 km south of Voronezh. Divnogorye is the center of Orthodox pilgrimage. Here you can see archeological monuments of the Paleolithic, Bronze, and Middle Ages. The unique Church of the Sicilian Icon of the Mother of God, built by Russian monks inside a chalk mountain in the first half of the 19th century, is its main sight.

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Weight / 38 lb 6.5 oz (17,420 g)

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Full Floater, EVO link suspension, ABP (Active Braking Pivot), Mino Link adjustable geometry, Internal cable routing

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  • Frame Alpha Platinum Aluminum with integrated frame protection
  • Fork RockShox BoXXer RC, coil spring (S, M red; L, XL blue), low speed compression, internal preload, Motion Control IS, 20mm Maxle DH, 200mm
  • Shock RockShox Kage RC, coil spring, rebound, adjustable hydraulic compression damping, tuned by Trek Suspension Lab, 8.75" x 2.75", S 400lb, M 450lb, L 500lb, XL 500lb springs
  • Hubs DT Swiss FR2150, 110x20mm front, 157x12mm rear
  • Wheels DT Swiss FR2150
  • Wheel Size 27.5"
  • Tires Bontrager G4 Team Issue, 27.5" x 2.35"
  • Chain 445mm, MRP, Truvativ Descendant, 36 tooth, SRAM PC-1110
  • Crank Truvativ Descendant
  • Bottom Bracket 356mm, Sealed cartridge
  • Rear Derailleur SRAM GX DH, Roller Bearing Clutch
  • Shifters SRAM GX DH, 7-speed
  • Brakeset SRAM Guide R hydraulic disc, SRAM Guide R
  • Handlebar Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 31.8mm, 15mm rise
  • Saddle Bontrager Evoke 2, chromoly rails
  • Seatpost Bontrager Rhythm Elite, 2-bolt head, zero offset, 31.6mm, Standard single bolt, 31.6mm, Standard single bolt
  • Stem Bontrager Direct Mount, 31.8mm
  • Grips Bontrager Rhythm, dual lock-on
  • Headset FSA Orbit, sealed cartridge bearing

Q: How much is a 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5?

A 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5 is typically priced around $4,000 USD when new. Be sure to shop around for the best price, and also look to the used market for a great deal.

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The 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5 may be purchased directly from Trek .

Q: How much does a 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5 weigh?

A 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5 weights 38 lb 6.5 oz (17,420 g).

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The 2017 Trek Session 8 DH 27.5 has 27.5" wheels.

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A geek’s guide to Fan Expo Boston: See Marisa Tomei and other stars, party with cosplayers, plus more nerdy fun

Cosplayers gather at Fan Expo Boston.

Calling all cosplayers, otakus, Trekkies, and fans of all kind: Get ready to geek out this weekend because Fan Expo Boston is back. The festivities return to the Hub for three days of nerdy fun, including celebrity photo and autograph sessions, panels, parties, gaming tournaments, and more. Here’s what you need to know ahead of Fan Expo Boston 2024.

What’s new this year?

Although the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center has played home to Fan Expo Boston (formerly Boston Comic Con) since 2017, the event will switch things up for 2024, setting up shop at the Hynes Convention Center for the first time since 2012. According to organizers, this year’s festivities will also mark the first “con” show for actress and director Bryce Dallas Howard, who’s set to appear during all three days of the event. Howard, who was crowned Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year in 2019 , has appeared in a number of geeky franchises over the years, including “Jurassic World,” “The Twilight Saga,” and “Spider-Man.”

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In addition, this year’s Fan Expo Boston will feature a panel at 6 p.m. Friday centered on the Massachusetts film industry, with a special focus on recent Bay State-set flicks “The Holdovers” and “American Fiction.” Attendees will hear from panelists Shaun Clarke, chair of Emerson College’s department of visual and media arts; Brad Davidson, founder of Ging Management Group; Robin Dawson, executive director of the Boston Film Festival; Lisa Simmons, artistic director and curator of the Roxbury International Film Festival; “The Holdovers” actor Naheem Garcia; “American Fiction” actor Joshua Olumide; and Lisa Lobel, co-owner of Boston Casting and regional casting director for “The Holdovers” and “American Fiction.”

Marisa Tomei arrived at the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards on Feb. 8, 2020, in Santa Monica, Calif. Tomei will appear at Fan Expo Boston this weekend.

Celebrity guest lineup: Who’s set to appear?

Whether you’re a Marvel movie lover or a fan of a galaxy far, far away, Fan Expo Boston is bringing a number of big names to Boston. From the world of Star Wars, fans will have a chance to meet “Ahsoka” stars Rosario Dawson, Eman Esfandi, and Diana Lee Inosanto; “Rogue One” actors Mads Mikkelsen and Alan Tudyk; “Clone Wars” voice actors Ashley Eckstein, Dee Bradley Baker, Matt Lanter, and James Arnold Taylor; and “Jedi: Fallen Order” star Cameron Monaghan.

In addition to Howard, other stars from the Marvel multiverse include Oscar winner and “Spider-Man: No Way Home” actress Marisa Tomei; “Daredevil” stars Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio; “Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Sean Gunn; “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” voice actor Shameik Moore; and “Marvel’s Spider-Man 2″ voice actor Nadji Jeter.

Comedy fans will have a chance to meet a slew of “National Lampoon” stars, including “Saturday Night Live” legend Chevy Chase, Randy Quaid, Beverly D’Angelo, and Dana Barron. Additional guests include “Saved by the Bell” actors Mario Lopez and Mark Paul Gosselaar; “Star Trek: Voyager” actress Kate Mulgrew; “Law & Order” star Hugh Dancy; “Charmed” actresses Rose McGowan and Holly Marie Combs; “My Name Is Earl” star Ethan Suplee; and “Fairly Odd Parents” creator Butch Hartman.

Additional voice actors in attendance will include Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen of “Pinky and the Brain,” while the lineup of comic creators features big names like “Superman/Batman” writer Jeph Loeb and “Spider-Man” writer Dan Slott, among others. (Autograph and photo sessions with celebrity guests will be available for additional fees)

Comic book legend Jeph Loeb taking a photo with a fan. Loeb will be at Fan Expo Boston this weekend.

What panels, events, and meet-ups should I check out?

The fun kicks off Friday afternoon with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1:45 p.m., featuring DJ Awesomus Prime spinning the decks. The opening festivities will also feature a cosplay red carpet where fans can show off their costumes. Additional red carpet and cosplay meetups are planned for each day of the convention, including a special Father’s Day edition at 12:15 p.m. Sunday featuring an appearance by Rhode Island’s own Cosplay Dad . Saturday will also feature the Masters of Cosplay Bay State qualifier at 6 p.m., where top cosplayers will compete for a spot in the grand finale.

Meanwhile, a number of celebrity guests in attendance are set to take part in panel and Q&A sessions throughout the weekend. Friday’s highlights include the cast of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” at 5:45 p.m.; cast members from “Charmed” at 6:45 p.m.; and stars from “Hannibal” at 7:45 p.m. Saturday’s festivities include a “Saved by the Bell” panel at 3:45 p.m.; a “National Lampoon’s Vacation” reunion at 4:45 p.m.; and a chat with stars from “Daredevil: Born Again” at 5:45 p.m. The final day features discussions with Marisa Tomei at 1:45 p.m.; Bryce Dallas Howard at 2:45 p.m.; and Rosario Dawson at 3:45 p.m.

Mads Mikkelson as Dr. Hannial Lecter in a scene from "Hannibal." Mikkelson will be in town for Fan Expo Boston this weekend.

For fans looking to game, test your skills in the free play gaming arena all weekend long. Tournaments for specific games are scheduled for all three days, including “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” rumbles at 6 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Sunday; a “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” tourney at 11 a.m. Saturday; and a “Tekken 8″ showdown at 1 p.m. Sunday.

If you’re into anime, swing by for a screening of fan-favorite Crunchyroll titles starting at 7 p.m. Fan Expo Boston will also host anime trivia sessions at 1 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday. Be sure to check out the Akihabara-style maid café experience on Saturday and Sunday as well, which includes a short stage performance, interactive games, and more (a separate ticket to the café must be purchased for entry). Maid café ticketholders will also get priority seating for karaoke events at 7 p.m. Friday and 8 p.m. Saturday.

Other highlights from the weekend include a session on Boston’s haunted history with comic-book creator Scott Larson at 5:30 p.m. Friday; a dad joke competition at 11 a.m. Sunday; plus silent discos scheduled for each day of the convention. Looking for some fun after dark? Fan Expo Boston has a drink and draw workshop with Emmy-winning cartoonist Joe Wos slated for 7 p.m. Saturday. There will also be an afterparty for the Masters of Cosplay competition featuring a cash bar, swag, and more, starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Can I still get tickets?

Yes! Tickets to Fan Expo Boston are still available. While VIP packages and Saturday family passes are sold out, all other ticket options are still for sale. Single day tickets start at $43, while three-day passes start at $105. Ultimate fan packages are available as well for $145 and include passes to all three days, early entry at 2 p.m. Friday, a bag of goodies, discounts, and more. Tickets are available at fanexpohq.com.

What’s available to eat and drink?

Attendees should plan to fuel up before coming to the event, as there will be no concession stands available according to Fan Expo Boston’s online FAQs . Outside food and drinks will not be permitted into the event as well, but fans are allowed to bring empty water bottles that they can fill on site.

If you’re looking for a bite during the festivities, attendees can always check out the options inside the neighboring Prudential Center, which houses spots like Anna’s Taqueria, California Pizza Kitchen, Del Frisco’s, Eddie V’s, the Cheesecake Factory, and more.

Star Wars cosplayers show off their props and costumes at Fan Expo Boston.

What are the show times and how do I get there?

Fan Expo Boston will take place 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 am. to 7 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. VIP, ultimate, and three-day ticket holders will be able to check out the event early on Friday starting at 2 p.m.

Located at 900 Boylston St., the Hynes Convention Center has its own stop on the Green Line and is just a short walk from the Back Bay and Massachusetts Ave. Orange Line stops. There are also several parking garages in the area, including the nearby Prudential Center Parking Garage at 800 Boylston St.

Anything else I should know?

Accessibility

If you have any accessibility requirements or restrictions, please go to the Accessibility Services Desk in the ticketing or entrance hall to buy a ticket or redeem one bought in advance. Guide dogs and recognized service animals that are leashed and under control are also allowed. ASL interpreters can be requested online ahead of time for panels in the main theater area as well.

Fan Expo Boston has a zero-tolerance policy for acts of violence or sexual harassment, and requires that any instances be immediately reported to security staff on site. The event also has a strict policy around weapons, which are prohibited from the event. Prop weapons must also be reviewed at the Prop Check Desk before entry.

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