Trek Debuts the E-Caliber 9.9, a $13,000 E-Mtb That Costs $13,000Okay, okay, the top of the line build for Trek’s new e-Caliber is technically $12,499, so we rounded up a little, but with tax and possibly shipping, you’re cozying up next to $13 grand. There’s an “entry”-level version that runs about $6,500 too, for those out there on a “budget.”So what is it? The e-Caliber has the same 60mm of rear travel, and a slightly longer 120mm fork than the Supercaliber’s 100mm front squish. What does a nearly $13k bike buy you in terms of weight savings, relatively speaking of course since this is an e-bike? But then, wouldn’t you just get a short-travel trail bike since the motor can push more bike?