Hey! Think this info might've been intended for another thread that has been active todaySo now it looks like it may be a speed sensor problem, which on the Allant 9.9 is a proprietary part from Trek and the magnet is built into the brake rotor made by Shimano. If that turns out to be the case, chastising Bosch for lacking warranty service in the title of this thread, on a part that is not even theirs, is way off base. This is why the bike needs to go to the Trek shop where it was purchased. They need to sort all this out as they made the profit on the sale of the bike to you and have the obligation to make things right.
It is important to know that some Trek stores are locally owned and are not affiliated with one another. Others are Trek corporate owned stores and thus the obligations for service is the same store to store. Our local Trek store will work on any bike but it is a corporate owned store, bought out from a local owner a few years ago. They will work on any bike made by Trek or anyone else. This is the policy of all Trek corporate stores.