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Waterford S-33
$6,000.00 $7,500.00 20% Off
Color: Gloss Green to Guards Blue fade Size: 56cm Waterford Precision Cycles is based in Waterford, WI. Yes, they're not far away, and they build steel bicycles one at a time by hand. Our in-store example is a 33-series Waterford, built with True Temper's S-3 cro-moly steel. Precision TIG welding gives the bike a clean and classic look. Cro-moly steel provides a supple ride quality, making the 33-series an outstanding choice for century rides, day trips and fast group rides. The head tube is an oversized 44mm diameter with a durable Chris King InSet threadless headset, adding an extra dash of handling precision compared to older threaded headsets and skinny head tubes. The bottom bracket is a threaded outboard unit, ensuring excellent power transfer and ease of maintenance. Flat-mount disc brake installation keeps weight low and improves braking performance. Thru-axle hub dropouts add lateral strength that improves power transfer, especially during uphill, out-of-the-saddle efforts. An Enve carbon fiber fork is not only lightweight, but also excellent at soaking up fatiguing vibration. Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra 8000-series components are found throughout this 33-Series Waterford, bringing outstanding operation, performance and longevity to the bike. Bontrager supplies the carbon fiber Aeolus Pro 3 Disc wheelset, They're tubeless-ready, and boast bladed straight-pull spokes. The bullet-shaped rim profile resists crosswinds much better than V-profile rims, while still carving through the air with less effort. Bontrager also supplies the tubeless-ready 700x26c R2 tires. A Thomson alloy road stem and alloy seatpost add another layer of quality to this 33-Series, while a carbon fiber Bontrager RXL road handlebar and Bontrager Affinity Comp saddle completes this outstanding Wisconsin-made masterpiece. Waterford Precision Cycles builds a wide range of quality steel bicycles. Racing, touring, cyclocross and gravel bicycles are their passion. Please call for further information about custom builds, custom paint and even custom geometry. You can visit their website at www.waterfordbikes.com
Univega Viva Pal
$350.00
When your little shredder is up for more than just a ride down the driveway, Univega has a fantastic solution for neighborhood adventures! Trail-a-bikes are now more popular than ever! The Viva Pal is a "tag-a-long" trailer that fits on most bicycles with the included 4-bolt seatpost clamp. The Viva Pal's saddle height adjustment is tool-free, making it easy to adjust for different passengers and sizes. There's no coaster brake, so your riding companion won't hold you up on a steep hill. Pedal trailers can take up plenty of space in the car or garage, but the Viva Pal can fold up without tools. A quick release allows the trailer to fit into a space of less than 40". Cool, huh? A chain guard keeps your little one's socks from getting greasy, and a rear fender makes puddles less messy. Disconnecting the Viva Pal from your bicycle is also tool-free, making solo rides simple. The Viva Pal's seatpost clamp should not be used on a carbon fiber seatpost, seat mast, or moving component of a dropper post.
Trek 520
$1,830.00
520 is a steel touring bike made for the open road. It's the longest-running model in Trek's lineup, and it's built to carry you and your gear on your longest journeys. Rack and fender mounts, a wide range of gearing for climbing, and a stable touring geometry make it the perfect choice for loaded multi-day trips and comfortable all-day adventures. It's right for you if... You measure the success of a ride in the number of beautiful views, and when you're not riding you're likely to be found planning your next escape. You hear the call of the open road, and want a stable touring bike that's just as capable of carrying a heavy load on multi-day trips as it is on everyday rides. The tech you get A road-smoothing chromoly steel frame, alloy disc touring fork with a ThruSkew captured quick release skewer, wide-range 27-speed drivetrain that's great for hauling a heavy load up hills, Shimano Sora brake/shift levers, Bontrager Tubeless Ready wheels with puncture-resistant tires, included front and rear racks, and all-weather mechanical disc brakes. The final word 520 is a comfortable steel workhorse that's capable of everything from daily rides to expedition tours. It's ready for adventure right out of the box, with an included rear rack and a drivetrain that's ideal for hauling a heavy load. Why you'll love it - 520 is built to hold up, and it's super reliable over the long haul—you'll leave this bike to someone in your will - ThruSkew ensures the front wheel will never drop out unintentionally, and makes it easier to remove your wheel without removing all of your front cargo - There's no better way to see the world than from the saddle, and this is the bike that answers your wanderlust - All-weather disc brakes and puncture-resistant tires give you the confidence to take on bigger adventures in any conditions - It's the longest-running model in our lineup, and we've kept it around so long because it's one of the best-loved, too
Trek 520 Grando
$1,830.00

Long distance tours that last for weeks or even months on end require an exceptional bicycle. When the roads aren't even roads, the bike needs to be ready for anything! The Trek 520 Grando is that bike.

A purpose-built touring machine will make every mile (paved or unpaved) easier when loaded down with a tent, panniers, sleeping bag, and food for two weeks. The frame needs to be strong and stable, while the drivetrain should be ready for day-long hilly excursions. With all that extra cargo you'll probably have on board, disc brakes are practically required to help reign in speed on steep descents. Trek has been building touring bicycles since the 80's, ensuring that it is one of the most refined dedicated touring machines of the last 30 years.

Butted cro-moly steel is an excellent choice for a touring bicycle's frame. Durability and ride quality is needed for every mile, and the 520 Grando's frame has it covered. The bike can carry up to 275 pounds of total weight (rider+cargo+ total weight of bicycle), making it more than ready for a rider who packs two of everything. Mounts for, well, everything are found throughout the 520 Grando's frame, including bottle cages, front and rear racks, fenders and even a pump peg at the back of the head tube for a full-length frame pump. Tire clearance is generous, allowing tires up to a 29x2.0" for a comfortable ride on rough and unpaved trails. An alloy fork with disc brake caliper mounts and low-rider rack eyelets is equally up to the task. The front rack shown in the photos is included. Cool, huh?

When tackling multi-hour rides with a heavy load, the 520 Grando has your back with a wide gearing range and fingertip Shimano shifting. 10-speed Shimano Tiagra shifters operate a Shimano GRX rear derailleur and Tiagra front derailleur, ensuring precise shifts and long service life. The GRX derailleur has a clutch that helps prevent dropped chains while traversing washboard surfaces and railway crossings. The 520 Grando's 42/28T alloy crankset and 11-36T Shimano cassette boast a huge gearing range for challenging steep inclines on a fully loaded tour.

With all that is expected of it, the 520 Grando's Bontrager Affinity Disc wheels are up to the job. 36 spokes per wheel ensure durability as well as a smooth ride quality. They're tubeless-ready, and are shod with 700x40c Bontrager GR1 Expert gravel-ready tires. TRP Spyre cable-operated disc brakes bring excellent stopping power to the party.

Bontrager also supplies the Arvada saddle, alloy seatpost, Elite alloy stem and alloy Comp VR-C handlebars to complete this expedition-ready steed.

Trek 820 WSD
$490.00
820 Women's is an excellent entryway to a world of off-road adventures. It's the most affordable mountain bike in our lineup and the ideal choice for women who are interested in the MTB life but also want a hybrid bike with a confidence-building stepthrough frame and a saddle made specifically for women. It's right for you if... You're ready to try your hand at mountain biking to see if you fall in love, and want a bike you can ride wherever you choose. You plan to ride all types of terrain, from city streets to gravel paths and light singletrack. The tech you get 820 Women's has a steel stepthrough-style frame that's easy to mount and dismount, a reliable 21-speed Shimano drivetrain, semi-slick tires that roll well on pavement and trails, durable alloy wheels, a seat made for women, and a suspension fork that takes the edge off bumps. Plus, it has mounts so you can accessorize with racks, fenders, lights, and more. The final word 820 Women's is a great bike for testing the waters of off-road riding. It's versatile, durable, and works well on rough pavement, light trails, or both. Why you'll love it - 820 Women's is a great bike at an even better price, and it lets you explore off-road riding without the giant price tag that comes with higher-end mountain bikes - The high-volume mountain bike tires and suspension fork take the edge off rough roads and trails - The stepthrough-style frame makes it easy to mount and dismount - Rack and fender mounts make it easy to accessorize, so your mountain bike can double as a rugged commuter
Trek Boone 6 Disc
$4,030.00

When the chips are down and the mud is flying, you want a no-holds-barred cyclocross bike that is up to the challenge.

The Trek Boone 6 has been developed from racing in the mud of Flanders and the hardpan of the Midwest. A light and nimble feel along with a rugged design allows the Boone 6 to fly up hills and still take a beating on rough, technical courses. Make no mistake, this isn't a "pretend" 'cross bike that was really meant for gravel touring. World Cup victories and World Championships won on the previous Boone models helped make the Boone 6 a bike for the very best.

Trek's engineers could have rested on their laurels after Lucinda Brand won the 2021 World Cyclocross Championship on a Boone. But they didn't. They wanted to improve the Boone, and make the bike even better for a wider range of riders and courses. Trek kept the same carbon fiber "recipe" as last year: 600 Series OCLV carbon fiber, ensuring a featherweight frame with incredible torsional strength. A dash of Kammtail Virtual Foil -or KVF- aerodynamic shaping has been added to the frame and fork, lowering drag during high speed sections. Even the cable routing runs through a profiled top cap, cleaning up the Boone's leading edge. Start-line sprints and steep inclines require a bike with a rock-solid feel when stomping on the pedals, and the Boone delivers with a flex-free T47 bottom bracket. A tapered head tube adds precision to the Boone's handling on technical courses while 12mm thru-axles front and rear improve lateral rigidity for carving corners at high speed. The IsoSpeed decoupler found at the seat tube/top tube juncture uses a pair of cartridge bearings to add more vertical compliance to the Boone's ride quality. Rough courses can tire anyone too quickly, but the Boone's IsoSpeed technology takes the edge off harsh surface elements. The Ride Tuned seatmast and cap gives the bike even better compliance compared to any garden-variety seatpost. A flattened top tube is more comfortable when shouldering the Boone on steep run-ups. Flat-mount disc brakes and Control Freak internal cable routing give the Boone a clean, refined look, while an adjustable 3S chain keeper prevents dropped chains (and possibly lost races) on the roughest of race courses.

Shimano's latest 11-speed GRX components are found throughout the Boone 6, including the dual-control levers, clutch-equipped rear derailleur, lightweight single-ring crankset and hydraulic disc brakes. The GRX lever hoods boast a new shape and texture, adding confidence in sloppy conditions. A 40T single chainring is matched with an 11-34T Shimano cassette, bringing a just-right gearing range for cyclocross racing. Bontrager supplies the tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm Comp 25 wheels and race-ready Bontrager CX3 Team Issue 700x32c tires. A lightweight wheelset makes any 'cross bike faster, but the Paradigm Comp's 25mm internal rim width produces a more useful tire "footprint" that improves traction. Shimano GRX hydraulic disc brakes brings excellent lever feedback to the party, making every hairpin turn an outbraking opportunity.

Bontrager's P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy Pro stem, and Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-CF drop handlebar completes this race-ready machine.Now, go pin on a number!

Trek Checkpoint ALR 5
$2,200.00

Checkpoint's aluminum-framed ALR bikes represent Trek's commitment to riders looking for freedom and adventure, but who also look for value.

The Checkpoint ALR 5 combines rugged construction, a responsive feel, versatile design and a fun-loving geometry for riders looking to discover (or rediscover) adventure cycling. An upright fit allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable. The 300 Series Alpha aluminum frame features tapered and butted tubes created by hydroforming, keeping weight low while adding plenty of strength. The adjustable Stranglehold rear thru-axle allows the rider to change the wheelbase up to 15mm, adding stability and tire clearance. How much clearance? Up to 45mm (!), depending on rim width. A tapered head tube/steerer tube interface also adds handling precision while traversing rough surfaces. There's more strength to be found at the press-fit bottom bracket that all but eliminates power-robbing flex at the crankset. A 3S chain keeper, Control Freak internal cable routing, and accessory mounts from stem to stern demonstrate how much this bike is ready for expeditions across town or across the state.

Shimano's durable GRX gravel components are found on the Checkpoint ALR 5's drivetrain. With features like an adjustable chain-retaining clutch on the rear derailleur, reshaped and textured lever hoods and adjustable-reach brake levers, Shimano GRX components are ready for hard and dirty riding. A GRX alloy crankset with 46/30T chainrings is matched with an 11-34T Shimano HG-700 cassette, bringing a huge gearing range to every challenging incline. The Checkpoint ALR 5's tubeless-ready alloy Bontrager wheels are wrapped with 700x40c GR1 Comp gravel tires, complete with thru-axle hubs. Helping to keep speed reigned in are a set of Shimano flat-mount GRX hydraulic disc brakes that work well in all conditions, rain or shine (or mud). A Bontrager Montrose Comp saddle sits atop an alloy Bontrager Comp seatpost, while a Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-CF alloy handlebar and an accessory-ready alloy Elite Blendr stem completes this expedition-ready machine.

Trek Checkpoint SL 6
$4,000.00

Trek's Checkpoint SL 6 gets a few upgrades from the previous season.

Technology mixed with decades of engineering experience at Trek has led us to awesome machines like this. Trek's 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber makes up the frame, producing a very light chassis. Need even wider tires? The Checkpoint SL 6 will take rubber up to 45mm wide, thanks to a roomy fork and a clever "dropped" drive-side chainstay. Got plenty of stuff? Rack mounts, fender mounts and up to 4 bottle mounts let you install all kinds of bags and accessories for multi-day adventures. Are the "roads" barely worthy of the name? The Checkpoint SL 6 has your back with an IsoSpeed decoupler and Ride Tuned seatmast at the top of the seat tube/top tube juncture. This clever technology allows the frame and seatmast to comfortably flex when attacking washboard hardpan, pavement transitions and railway crossings. A stable geometry and a low bottom bracket add confidence on loose surfaces. That comfort doesn't come at the cost of handling and torsional strength, though. A tapered head tube and rock-solid BB90 bottom bracket adds strength for precise handling and flex-free power delivery. An adjustable Strangehold thru-axle rear dropout can adjust the wheelbase by as much as 15mm, offering a longer wheelbase for stability, or a shorter wheelbase for the more classic feel of a road bike. Loose surfaces can mean lots of "roost" from spinning tires, but the Checkpoint SL's Carbon Armor will protect the downtube's bottom from flying stones. Front and rear 12mm thru-axles bring an extra dash of torsional strength for razor-sharp handling.

Shimano’s latest GRX gravel components are a natural choice for the Checkpoint SL 6. The 11-speed “RX800” version of the gravel-specific components provide a durable high-performance drivetrain when heading into parts unknown. Shimano’s 40/31T GRX crankset is paired with an 11-34T Shimano HG-800 cassette, bringing a wide gearing range to every adventure. The Checkpoint's dual-control levers are reshaped for riders spending more time on their hoods, along with a retextured hood surface. Hydraulic disc brakes bring plenty of stopping power and excellent lever feedback to the Checkpoint SL 6.

Bontrager supplies the alloy Paradigm Comp 25 wheels, bringing light weight to the bike with every acceleration. The 25mm interior rim width allows wide tires to spread out for a better footprint, improving grip on loose surfaces. They're tubeless-ready, improving reliability during backcountry riding and racing when set up with sealant. The tires are Bontrager's GR1 Team Issue tires in a 700x40c size; perfect for hardpan, light gravel and rough pavement.

The Checkpoint SL 6's "furniture" starts with a Bontrager Arvada Comp saddle, offering a comfortable perch when traversing technical terrain for many hours -or days- on the road. An alloy Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-CF handlebar features IsoZone padding in depressions, soaking up fatiguing vibrations. An alloy Bontrager stem has Blendr accessory mounts for lights, a handlebar computer or a GoPro.

Trek Checkpoint SL 7 eTap
$6,330.00

The Trek Checkpoint SL 7 eTap isn't just a newly-equipped version of last year's machine. The Checkpoint SL frame got a full redesign! Read on for more details...

The Checkpoint SL models of the previous generation were overwhelmingly popular with our customers. Sprightly handling, butter-smooth feel, and practical mounting points made it one of the best gravel bikes on the market. Trek decided to appeal to the adventurous riders for the 2022 season by redesigning the geometry slightly and make the Checkpoint even more useful. Trek used their proven 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber in the new frameset, producing a light and strong backbone for the Checkpoint SL 7 eTap. The overall frame shaping improves torsional strength, while keeping overall weight low. Trek's exclusive IsoSpeed technology is found at the top tube/seat tube juncture, delivering a very smooth ride quality. The threaded T47 bottom bracket, tapered head tube and thru-axle dropouts enhance the bike's torsional strength further, improving power delivery and overall handling. The geometry changed for the 2022 Checkpoint, with a 2cm longer top tube (and shorter stem) that bestows more stable handling. Mountain bikes designed with similar "progressive" geometry are far more adept in twisty and technical terrain without feeling awkward. Descending washed-out fire roads can be done with increased confidence. Mounts for racks, bottle cages and fenders are still there, but Trek added an internal storage compartment in the down tube for tools and a repair kit. There are bottle mounts on the fork blades as well. The underside of the down tube boasts a polymer Carbon Armor shield for defending against flying debris from the front tire. Internal cable routing keeps the Checkpoint's hydraulic hoses tucked away from abrasive environments. There's room for even wider 700x45c tires for really challenging trails and surfaces.

The 12-speed SRAM Force eTap AXS drivetrain adds an extra piece of technology to an already high performance bike: Wireless shifting! By eliminating any wiring or cables between the shifters and derailleurs, the rider has one less thing to deal with during truly sloppy rides and adventures. SRAM's wireless eTap AXS shifting is literally lightning-quick. Every. Single. Time. Shifting under hard pedaling loads isn't a problem anymore, and the battery life between charges is usually between 500-600 miles. The lithium-ion batteries mounted on each derailleur can be removed and charged off the bike, making storage more convenient. This SRAM Force eTap AXS group has a 43/30T Force crankset paired with a 10-36T SRAM XG-1270 cassette, delivering a very wide gearing range. Ugly terrain? Plenty of gear on board? The Checkpoint SL 7 eTap is ready.

Wheels can make a big difference to any bicycle, and Trek equipped with Checkpoint SL 7 eTap with a high performance set: Bontrager's Aeolus Pro 3V's. With tubeless-ready OCLV carbon fiber rims, bladed straight-pull spokes and impressively low weight, the Pro 3V's help you scramble over surfaces rough and smooth. The D3 (Dual Directional Design) rim profile resists crosswinds while slicing through headwinds with ease. A 25mm interior rim width allows tires (as narrow as 32mm) to spread out for improved grip. The rear hub features a Rapid Drive 108 cassette freehub that engages with nearly zero free-play; a useful bonus when half-pedaling across rocky creek beds and broken campground trails. Bontrager also supplies the 700x40c GR1 tubeless-ready tires for outstanding grip on rough hardpan and gravel. SRAM's hydraulic Force disc brakes helps keep speed reigned in, no matter the weather.

Bontrager also supplies the carbon fiber seatpost, P3 Verse Comp saddle, accessory-ready alloy Pro stem, and alloy short-reach GR Elite handlebar, finishing off this high tech adventure machine.

A SRAM eTap AXS battery charger is included with the purchase of this bicycle.

Trek Crockett 5 Disc
$2,400.00

The Crockett 5 Disc was built with cyclocross racing in mind. That being said, all of the Crockett models serve any rider well if they're looking for a spring training bike or "low-intensity gravel" bike. The Crockett 5 Disc is the most affordable machine, built around a hydroformed 300 Series Alpha aluminum frame and all-carbon fork. The frame's tubes have been hydroformed, keeping weight low and torsional strength high. The underside of the top tube is flattened, making for easier shouldering on muddy run-ups. Trek's Invisible Weld technology not only looks fantastic, but reduces overall frame weight. Control Freak internal cable routing keeps the Crockett 5 Disc looking clean as well as protecting the derailleur cable from dirt and water. A tapered head tube anchors the large down tube effectively, adding an extra level of handling precision during high-speed corners and descents. The threaded T47 bottom bracket ensures flex-free power delivery with every pedal stroke; a critical attribute when charging uphill towards the finish line. The Crockett's 12mm rear thru-axle enhances the strength of the bike's rear triangle, reducing lateral flex in the frame. The Crockett 5's Cross fork is not only light (due to being a fully carbon fiber build from steerer to dropouts), but also soaks up fatiguing vibration. Flat-mount disc brake caliper installation on the frame and fork helps reduce overall frameset weight further, but also enhances brake lever feedback and improves pad wear. A 12mm thru-axle at the fork adds an extra layer of handling precision.

The Crockett 5 Disc needed a drivetrain that could put up with muddy conditions while still getting the job done. Enter SRAM's Rival 1 components.

SRAM's single-ring Rival 1 dual-control levers and rear derailleur make for a lightweight, low maintenance drivetrain. 11-speed shifting across an 11-32T SRAM cassette is done with a single "DoubleTap" button on the right Rival 1 lever. A single 40T chainring is mounted on an alloy Praxis Alba M30 crankset, offering low rotating weight and excellent torsional strength when putting the power down. A set of tubeless-ready alloy Bontrager Affinity Disc wheels are wrapped with race-ready 700x32c Bontrager CX3 Team Issue tires, bringing boatloads of traction on loose surfaces, gravel and mud.

SRAM's Rival hydraulic disc brakes help with speed control in all conditions, rain or shine (or mud). Bontrager also supplies the P3 Verse Comp saddle, durable alloy 2-bolt seatpost, accessory-ready alloy Elite Blendr stem and alloy VR-C road handlebar.

With all this going for it, the Crockett 5 Disc is more than ready for the mud and dirt. Are you?

Trek Domane AL 2
$1,030.00
Domane AL 2 is the perfect gateway to comfortable road biking. It's stable, light, easy to accessorize, and fun to ride—all of which makes it the ideal choice for anyone looking for a great first experience with a real road bike. It's right for you if... You're a value-minded rider testing the waters of road cycling, and want a drop-bar bike that's an upgrade in feel, speed, and efficiency over a flat-bar hybrid or mountain bike. Domane AL 2 is a great choice if you're new to the road and want a quality road bike you won't immediately outgrow. The tech you get The Shimano drivetrain has 16 speeds, with shifters that are integrated into the brake levers so your hands never have to leave the bars. The wide range of gears makes it easier to ride terrain that varies in elevation. The lightweight aluminum frame has mounts for fenders and a carbon fork—a feature that's not typically available in road bikes at this price point. The final word Domane AL 2 is an ideal, comfort-first introduction to road riding. It's made for a great fit that's fast but not as aggressive as what you might see in the Tour de France. Plus, it's backed by our lifetime warranty. Why you'll love it - It's a real road bike at a great value, and it gets you into the world of road cycling without a giant price tag - It's built in Trek's performance heritage and backed by a lifetime warranty - The stable Endurance Geometry delivers comfort and confidence - The unique IsoSpeed Carbon fork, which swoops forward toward the dropouts, absorbs vibrations from the road so your arms won't fatigue as quickly - DuoTrap S compatibility makes it easy to wirelessly track your rides, so you can set goals and watch yourself reach them
Trek Domane AL 2 Disc
$1,200.00
Domane AL 2 Disc is an awesome pick for your first road bike. The lightweight frame is responsive yet stable for a fun, confidence-inspiring ride. Plus, it's built with reliable parts and disc brakes that provide better stopping power in any weather. Best of all, the comfort-focused design makes every single ride more enjoyable. It's right for you if... You’re just getting into riding, and want an amazing first bike that'll open up the world of road cycling to you. You want one that's versatile, comfortable, affordable, and built with disc brakes for all-weather stopping power. The tech you get The Shimano drivetrain has 16 speeds, with shifters that are integrated into the brake levers so your hands never have to leave the bars. The wide range of gears makes it easier to ride terrain that varies in elevation. The lightweight aluminum frame has mounts for fenders and a carbon fork—features that are not typically available in road bikes at this price point. Plus, disc brakes provide better, more reliable braking power than rim brakes in any road conditions. The final word Hit the open road on the perfect bike for getting into road riding. Its comfort-first design is fast yet stable, it comes with reliable parts, and has disc brakes that perform well in any weather. Why you'll love it - A smooth, comfortable, and super fun ride at a price that won't break the bank - The stable Endurance Geometry delivers comfort and confidence - The unique IsoSpeed Carbon fork, which swoops forward toward the dropouts, absorbs vibrations from the road so your arms won't fatigue as quickly - DuoTrap S compatibility makes it easy to wirelessly track your rides, so you can set goals and watch yourself reach them - Like every Trek bike, it's backed by a lifetime warranty and supported by a wide network of retail partners
Trek Domane AL 2 Disc
$1,200.00
Domane AL 2 Disc is an awesome pick for your first road bike. The lightweight frame is responsive yet stable for a fun, confidence inspiring ride. Plus, it's built with reliable parts and disc brakes that provide better stopping power in any weather. Best of all, the comfort-focused design makes every single ride more enjoyable. It's right for you if… You're just getting into riding, and want an amazing first bike that'll open up the world of road cycling to you. You want one that's versatile, comfortable, affordable, and built with disc brakes for all-weather stopping power. The tech you get Lightweight aluminum frame with mounts for fenders and a carbon fork-features that are not typically available in road bikes at this price point. The Shimano drivetrain has 16 speeds, with shifters that are integrated into the brake levers so your hands never have to leave the bars. The wide range of gears makes it easier to ride terrain that varies in elevation. Plus, sturdy Bontrager wheels, puncture-resistant tires, and disc brakes. The final word Hit the open road on the perfect bike for getting into road riding. Its comfort-first design is fast yet stable, it comes with reliable parts, and has disc brakes that perform well in any weather. Why you'll love it: - A smooth, comfortable, and super fun ride at a price that won't break the bank - The stable Endurance Geometry delivers comfort and confidence - The unique IsoSpeed Carbon fork, which swoops forward toward the dropouts, absorbs vibrations from the road so your arms won't fatigue as quickly - DuoTrap S compatibility makes it easy to wirelessly track your rides, so you can set goals and watch yourself reach them
Trek Domane AL 3 Disc
$1,380.00

This Trek road bike that has the handling and pedigree of a Paris-Roubaix winner, yet remains affordable. It's still a Domane.

The Trek Domane AL 3 is much more than a "starter" road bike. The Domane AL has been developed from a proven platform that has conquered Spring Classics, double centuries and hilly commutes alike. The fit and handling of the Domane isn't oriented towards criterium racers. Instead of a short wheelbase and aggressive fit, the Domane's more upright fit, stable handling and longer wheelbase make every mile more comfortable. The slightly taller head tube allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilties- to get comfortable with minimal changes (if any) to the Domane AL's components. The Domane AL doesn't handle like a clumsy touring bike, though. It will track though corners and follow curves with ease. Built from Trek's 100 Series Alpha aluminum tubing, the frame displays tapered and shaped lines that enhance strength while keeping overall weight low. A threaded bottom bracket ensures flex-free power delivery with every pedal stroke. Useful details can be found on the Domane AL 3, like the aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately). A rack and vanishing fender mounts make for easy installation of accessories for commutes and day-trips.

The Domane AL 3 is equipped with Shimano's redesigned Sora 9-speed components. Adjustable-reach dual-control levers are easier to fit, while both derailleurs require less hand strength to operate. A 50/34T Sora compact crankset and 11-32T Sora 9-speed cassette boast a massive gearing range for steep ascents and day-long adventures. Tubeless-ready alloy Bontager wheels are shod with smooth-riding 700x32c Bontrager R1 Hard-Case Lite tires, reducing road harshness while adding confidence-boosting grip in fast corners. The Domane AL 3's cable-operated Tektro disc brakes offer excellent lever feedback and stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Bontrager also supplies the alloy seatpost, P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy Comp VR-S road handlebar and accessory-ready Elite Blendr stem.

Come in and find out why Trek's Domane makes a great bike for more riders. Even their very first road bike.

Trek Domane AL 5 Disc
$2,030.00

Over the last several years, Trek's Domane road bicycles have been allowing riders to take on challenging distances with criticially acclaimed comfort and stability. With wide tires and disc brakes, the Domane can carry you even further.

The Domane AL 5 Disc takes an affordable "chassis" and adds disc brakes and wide tires. What does that do for the rider? Plenty. The Domane AL 5's 100 Series Alpha aluminum frame is surprisingly light with a solid feel. Trek's refinement of aluminum fabrication is seen in the smooth welds that add very little to the overall frame weight. A tapered head tube and threaded bottom bracket improve the Domane AL 5's overall torsional strength for better handling and power transfer. 12mm thru-axles make brake disc alignment perfect every time the wheels are installed, and improves the Domane AL 5's handling even further.

Even the small details can make the Domane AL 5 Disc a high-performance machine for everyday rides, like vanishing fender mounts front and rear. There's even an aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) in the left chainstay that doesn't require clumsy zip-ties. The flat-mount format for brake caliper installation reduces overall bike weight yet again while making adjustment and alignment simple. The carbon fiber IsoSpeed fork soaks up vibration with a specific carbon fiber layup while keeping weight low, too.

Shimano's 11-speed 105 components have been considered a standard for recreational riders looking for a performance edge. The 50/34T compact crankset, front and rear derailleurs and 11-34T cassette are all Shimano 105 units, ensuring long service life and precise operation. The 11-speed Shimano 105 dual-control levers operate Shimano 105 hydraulic disc brake calipers, boasting excellent brake lever feedback and stopping power in all conditions, wet or dry. By eliminating standard caliper brakes, the available tire clearance for the Domane AL 5 Disc has expanded considerably. How wide? Up to 35mm! With 700x32c Bontrager R1 road tires as stock equipment already, the Domane AL 5 Disc can take on light gravel or hardpan. The tubeless-ready alloy Bontrager Affinity Disc wheelset keeps rotating weight low for easy acceleration. A Bontrager P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy Comp seatpost, accessory-ready Elite Blendr stem and Elite IsoZone VR road handlebar complete this century challenger.

Trek Domane SL 5
$3,230.00

Hardpan. Potholes. Cobblestones. It's all the same to the Domane SL 5.

The award-winning ride quality of this bicycle, thanks to the ride-smoothing IsoSpeed decoupler found at the seat tube/top tube juncture, is just the tip of the iceberg. This is a no-holds-barred performance machine with day-long "challenge" rides in its crosshairs. A feather-light and incredibly strong 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber frame also adds excellent handling and pedaling response. The Domane's Endurance geometry and fit allows more riders -and rider flexibilites- to get comfortable on the Domane SL 5. The frame's tapered head tube and T47 threaded bottom bracket also enhance torsional frame strength further. Flat-mount brake installation reduces weight and improves brake performance, too. Trek's exclusive OCLV carbon fiber is used to build the Domane's fork, providing another line of defense against harsh road surfaces and pavement transitions. A front IsoSpeed decoupler at the top of the head tube/steerer tube keeps hands and arms more comfortable as well. 12mm thru-axle hubs ensure perfect brake disc alignment and adds to the Domane's handling, especially in high-speed turns and during braking. With a hidden storage compartment in the down tube, there's no need for a seat bag for your flat repair kit. An aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) eliminates the use of clumsy zip-ties. An adjustable chain keeper at the bottom bracket helps prevent frustrating roadside delays and greasy fingers.

The Domane SL 5 features Shimano's 11-speed 105 components throughout the drivetrain, including the long-cage rear derailleur, front derailleur, 50/34T compact crankset, 11-34T cassette and even the chain. By using this family of Shimano components, the Domane SL 5 will shift precisely, require less effort to operate and offer a long service life. The hydraulic Shimano 105 dual-control levers have an adjustable reach, accommodating small hands and/or thick gloves. Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm SL wheels are shod with 700x32c (yes, 32c) Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite road tires. There's room for 38mm wide tires if you're planning on equipping the Domane SL 5 for truly unpaved adventures. The aforementioned hydraulic disc brakes deliver excellent lever feedback and stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. A Bontrager P3 Verse Comp saddle, accessory-ready alloy Bontrager Elite Blendr stem and Bontrager Comp VR-S road handlebar finish off this century-ready challenger.

Trek Domane SL 5
$3,130.00

Magnificent, isn't it?

The design team and engineers at Trek wanted to keep the best elements of the previous Domane SL 5, but improve the bike's overall performance in a wider range of conditions. From terrible pavement to relentless hills to gusty crosswinds, the newest Domane is better everywhere. The frame and fork were given an aero treatment, allowing it to slice through the wind with less effort by the rider. Cable routing tucks in behind the stem, making the bike even sleeker. A Kammtail shape was used at the back of the frame's down tube and seat tube, reducing overall drag in headwinds. Aerodynamics weren't the only thing considered for the updated Domane SL 5. Clearance for 38mm tires has been added, allowing for wider, more adventurous rubber. A storage compartment in the down tube practically eliminates the need for a tool kit bag under the saddle. A single lever opens it, and a port for a multi-tool (sold separately, along with the rest of the flat repair kit) sits just inside. This feature lowers the bike's center of gravity, improving handling on poor pavement and high-speed turns (or both). 

The Domane hasn't forgotten its roots, though. Built with Trek's proprietary 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber, the Domane SL's frame exhibits incredible strength as well as light weight, just like the best-selling previous generation. The front and rear IsoSpeed decouplers are still there, making short work of harsh tarmac and potholes. Even the Endurance fit and geometry that allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable remains in all sizes. An aperture in the left chainstay for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) makes for a clean installation, while a 3S chain keeper prevents dropped chains and roadside stops (and greasy fingers). 12mm thru-axles not only make hub installation a snap, but improve the frameset's torsional strength for better power transfer and high-speed handling. The Domane's new T47 bottom bracket is far less likely to creak after prolonged miles. No, they didn't rest on their laurels when they revisited the Domane SL 5.

In the drivetrain department, Trek chose Shimano's recently revised 11-speed 105 components for the Domane SL 5. Changes and improvements to the venerable component group include:

 

  • A Shadow-style rear derailleur with a wider gearing capacity (up to 34T!), improved aero profile, and a lighter touch at the shifter under pedaling loads
  • A toggle-pivot front derailleur requiring less effort to operate at the shift lever
  • A stiffer 50/34T compact crankset with a more aero profile
  • Reshaped levers with an improved hood texture and adjustable lever reach for smaller hands
  • Flat-mount hydraulic brake calipers boast lighter weight and improved torsional stength compared to post-mount units
  • An 11-34T cassette that allows a 1-to-1 gear ratio for tackling exceptionally steep grades

 

Rolling stock consists of Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Affinity Disc wheels, featuring a 21mm width for wide, road-holding rubber. 700x32c Bontrager R1 Hard-Case Lite tires bring an extra layer of smoothness to every mile. A Bontrager Arvada Comp saddle sits atop a carbon fiber micro-adjust seatmast cap that boasts a mount for a tail light. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager Elite Blendr stem and alloy Bontrager Comp VR road handlebar complete this well-engineered masterpiece.

Trek Domane SL 6
$4,230.00
Domane SL 6 is a performance road bike that's both fast and comfortable. It has all the road-smoothing advantages of a lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, high-quality wheels, and hydraulic disc brakes for confidence and braking power in any conditions. Plus, it has an easy-access storage compartment for stowing ride essentials. It's right for you if... Quality, comfort, and speed are your main considerations. You want a lightweight carbon bike that will stand up to the rigors of all-day rides and races, with the road-smoothing benefit of Front and Rear IsoSpeed, plus the all-weather stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. The tech you get A 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame with road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, and a full 2x11 Shimano Ultegra groupset. Plus, Bontrager Paradigm Comp tubeless-ready wheels, a fatigue-reducing Bontrager Elite IsoZone handlebar, and internal storage and cable routing that add to the bike's capability and sleek look. The final word All the road-smoothing benefits of a carbon Domane, with a more performance-oriented Shimano Ultegra groupset and the extra stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. This bike is fast, light, smooth and ready for adventure. Why you'll love it - Domane SL 6 is an outstanding all-around road bike: race-worthy spec, a lightweight carbon frame, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed that soaks up fatiguing bumps so you can stay stronger longer - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Tubeless Ready Bontrager Paradigm wheels deliver extra confidence and comfort on long, fast rides - The stable Endurance Geometry is comfortable over long distances, but this is still a quick race bike
Trek Domane SL 6
$4,100.00
Domane SL 6 Disc is a performance road bike that's both fast and comfortable. It has all the road-smoothing advantages of a lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, high-quality wheels, and hydraulic disc brakes for confidence and braking power in any conditions. Plus, it has an easy-access storage compartment for stowing ride essentials. It's right for you if... Quality, comfort, speed, and adventure are your main considerations. You want a lightweight carbon bike that will stand up to the rigors of all-day rides and races with the road-smoothing benefit of wide tires and Front and Rear IsoSpeed plus the all-weather stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. The tech you get A 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame with road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed, a stable Endurance Geometry for comfort on the longest days, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, and a full 2x11 Shimano Ultegra groupset. Plus, Bontrager Paradigm Comp Tubeless Ready wheels with 700x32 tires for confidence and compliance, a fatigue-reducing Bontrager Elite IsoZone handlebar, a micro-adjust seatmast, and fender mounts. Internal storage and cable routing add to the bike's capability and sleek look. The final word All the road-smoothing benefits of a carbon Domane with a more performance-oriented Shimano Ultegra groupset and the extra stopping power of hydraulic disc brakes. This bike is fast, light, smooth, and ready for adventure. Why you'll love it - Domane SL 6 Disc is an outstanding all-around road bike: race-worthy spec, a lightweight carbon frame, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed that soaks up fatiguing bumps, so you can stay stronger longer - The unique IsoSpeed Carbon fork, which swoops forward toward the dropouts, absorbs vibrations from the road, so your arms won't fatigue as quickly - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Tubeless Ready Bontrager Paradigm wheels deliver extra confidence and comfort on long, fast rides - The stable Endurance Geometry is comfortable over long distances, but this is still a quick race bike
Trek Domane SL 6 eTap
$4,730.00
Trek’s Domane SL bicycles are some of our best sellers. By adding SRAM’s wireless 12-speed Rival eTap AXS components, Trek has built one of the best versions we’ve ever seen. The latest version of the Domane SL frameset is an excellent platform, combining light weight, exceptional strength and industry-leading ride quality, thanks to front and rear IsoSpeed decouplers. The decouplers allow the seatmast and the top of the fork’s steerer tube to flex slightly, soaking up fatiguing vibration and impacts. Trek’s proprietary 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber allowed the designers in Waterloo, WI to shape the Domane SL 6 eTap’s frame and fork, improving the aero numbers in windy conditions. The frame’s torsional strength comes to the fore when attacking challenging inclines. The Domane SL 6 eTap’s Endurance geometry allows a wider range of riders -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable. Small details abound on the Domane SL 6 eTap. A storage compartment in the downtube eliminates the need for a seat bag on all but the longest of rides. The aperture in the left chainstay accepts a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor, keeping the bike looking sleek. 12mm thru-axles front and rear enhance the bike’s handling and torsional strength, and even makes wheel installation easier with disc brakes. The Domane SL 6 eTap is equipped with a fully wireless electronic SRAM Rival AXS drivetrain, making every shift perfect. Every. Single. Time. The battery life between charges is roughly 500-600 miles, depending on frequency of shifting. A 46/33T SRAM Rival crankset and 10-36T SRAM cassette boasts a massive gearing range for tackling hilly centuries and “challenge” rides. SRAM Rival AXS dual control levers feature large shift buttons, making them easier to operate with thick winter gloves. Adjustable reach brake levers accommodate small hands and short fingers, too. Bontrager supplies the Paradigm Comp 25 tubeless-ready alloy wheels. With a 25mm inner rim width and robust Rapid Drive 54 freehub, the Paradigm Comp wheelset is ready to take on rough pavement and gravel with tires up to 38mm wide. The 700x32c Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite tubeless tires bring confident grip and easy acceleration to every ride. SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes boast outstanding stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Bontrager also brings a P3 Verse Comp saddle, alloy VR-SF Elite IsoZone road handlebar, and an accessory-ready alloy Pro Blendr stem to the Domane SL 6 eTap. A SRAM AXS battery charger and Bontrager BITS internal frame storage bag are included with the purchase of this bicycle.
Trek Domane SL 7 eTap
$7,030.00

With electronic shifting, IsoSpeed technology, disc brakes and carbon fiber construction, what else could you possibly need in a road bike?

Yes, the Domane SL 7 Disc seems to check all the boxes. Trek's brilliant 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber makes the Domane SL 7 incredible in so many ways: Feather-lightness, incredible torsional strength and sublime ride quality. The overall fit -called Endurance Geometry with a more upright posture- lets a wide range of riders and rider flexibilities get comfortable on century rides and over rough roads. The real genius of the Domane carbon fiber road bikes is, of course, IsoSpeed technology. The seat tube and no-cut seatmast are held to the rest of the frame with a pair of cartridge bearings and a pivot at the seat tube/top tube juncture. This allows the Domane SL 7 eTap to absorb impacts better than any road bike out there. Potholes, railway crossings and gravel trails are no longer tooth-rattling experiences. IsoSpeed tech is even found at the top of the head tube, giving the handlebars an extra few millimeters of flex when hitting rough and choppy pavement. Cool, huh? If riding up steep hills is a regular thing where you live, the Domane's Power Transfer Construction eliminates power-robbing flex, especially during out-of-the-saddle efforts. A threaded T47 bottom bracket anchors the SRAM Force crankset for an even more rock-solid feel at the pedals. The frame's dropouts are 12mm thru-axles instead of classic "open" dropouts, making installation error-free with disc brakes. The thru-axles also anchor the frame's rear triangle and fork tips, adding an extra dash of pedaling response and handling sharpness. There's room for tires up to 38mm wide, giving the Domane SL 7 eTap versatility over ugly surfaces and a wider range of tire choices. An aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) in the left chainstay makes for clean installation without clumsy zip-ties. An adjustable 3S chain keeper helps prevent dropped chains, roadside delays and greasy fingers. SRAM’s wireless Force eTap AXS drivetrain is nothing short of astounding. With lightning-quick gear changes, every shift is perfect. The charge of each battery (one for each derailleur) is about 500-600 miles, depending on frequency of gear changes. The batteries can even be swapped between each derailleur, in case one runs low. You can see the charge level of the batteries at any time with the SRAM AXS smartphone app. A 12-speed freehub brings the widest gearing range ever found on the Domane SL 7 model. A 46/33T SRAM Force crankset and a 10-33T SRAM Force cassette makes hilly centuries and “challenge” rides less, well, challenging. Did we mention the wireless power meter in the crankset as well? Now you can measure your efforts and refine your training. The SRAM Force AXS dual control levers feature large shift buttons, making shifting much simpler while wearing long-finger gloves. The brake levers also feature an adjustable reach to accommodate smaller hands and shorter fingers. Rolling stock for the Domane SL 7 eTap are set of Bontrager OCLV carbon fiber Aeolus Pro 3V carbon fiber wheels. They’re tubeless-ready and at only 1575 grams with a 30mm aero profile, the Aeolus Pro 3V’s will make short work of hilly and windy rides. The 25mm wide rim allows a given tire size to spread out its contact patch, enhancing control and reducing rolling resistance. Bladed stainless steel spokes add and extra dash of aero when battling headwinds. A Rapid Drive 108 freehub allows ultra-fast pedaling engagement, nearly eliminating “free play” with every turn of the pedals at the bottom of every hill. They’re wrapped with 700x32c Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite tires, making every mile smooth and fast. SRAM Force hydraulic disc brakes bring confident stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine. Trek didn’t forget about the Domane SL 7 eTap’s “furniture”. A new Bontrager P3 Verse Comp saddle sits atop a carbon fiber seatmast, offering a comfortable perch for long days on the road. The alloy Bontrager Elite IsoZone VR-SF road handlebar is a last line of defense against road harshness. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager Pro Blendr stem can fit a computer and a daylight-visible headlight. A SRAM AXS battery charger and Bontrager BITS internal frame storage bag is included with the purchase of this bicycle.

Trek Domane SL Disc Frameset
$2,200.00
The lightweight Domane SL Disc Frameset is built with 500 Series OCLV Carbon and includes road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed so you can stay stronger longer. This carbon endurance road frame is designed for flat-mount disc brakes, has a built-in storage compartment, and includes a headset and a Domane Disc full carbon fork. It's right for you if... You're a performance-minded roadie with an appetite for speed and long days in the saddle. You're looking to build up your dream endurance road bike on a platform that earns top marks for tech with road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed. The tech you get A lightweight 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame with an internal storage compartment, stable Endurance Geometry, internal cable routing, a micro-adjust seatmast, fender mounts, and road-smoothing Front and Rear IsoSpeed. Designed for flat-mount disc brakes. Includes a headset and a full carbon Domane disc fork. The final word Domane SL Disc Frameset is an ideal bike for long rides and races. It’s fast, stable, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed absorb fatiguing bumps in the road so you can stay stronger longer. Why you'll love it - The stable Endurance Geometry is comfortable over long distances, but this is still a quick race bike - Front and Rear IsoSpeed soak up fatiguing bumps in the road so you can stay stronger longer - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear
Trek Domane SLR 6 Disc
$4,800.00 $6,300.00 24% Off

For Trek Bicycles, bringing a new road bike to the world requires the tireless efforts of engineers and designers in Waterloo, Wisconsin. When prototypes are completed, the bikes are handed to Trek's Pro Team: Trek-Segafredo. These talented riders aren't just professional pedal-pushers. They provide detailed feedback to Trek's engineering staff for improvements or to rave about a new bike's success.

Trek starts building the frame of the Domane SLR with their proprietary OCLV 600 Series carbon fiber for frame and fork construction. This material is a "recipe" of different carbon fiber materials strategically placed to add strength where needed, and add compliance in the right places for improved rider comfort. Shaping that carbon fiber allows the Domane SLR to be incredibly effective at delivering power from the crankset to the rear wheel without energy-robbing flex in the frame. Where the Domane SLR excels is in the frame's compliance over rough pavement and cobblestones. Featuring the same IsoSpeed Decoupler found on the first-gen Domane, the Domane SLR boasts a new twist for better ride quality for a wider range of riders: Adjustability. The new Domane SLR features a slider at the back of the seat tube that can be adjusted in the field using a simple torque wench. By moving the slider up or down, the seatmast becomes more or less flexible. Whether soaking up rough and choppy pavement, or just making a railway crossing less harsh, the Domane SLR can be the smoothest bike on the road. In fact, the Domane SLR can be made more compliant than the original Domane 6-series by 14%. When moving the slider up to the top of the limit, the rear of the bike can be made stiffer, allowing better road feel during sweeping descents and turns on more civilized tarmac. The Domane SLR's fork has also gone through a revolution with front IsoSpeed. By adding a decoupler hidden at the top of the fork's steerer tube, the Domane SLR has 10% greater compliance than the previous version (which was pretty comfy to begin with), keeping the rider's hands, arms and shoulders more comfortable. A comfortable rider is also less likely to make mistakes when judging speed and traffic after hours in the saddle. The Domane SLR's BB90 bottom bracket offers a super-stiff anchor for the bike's crankset, returning every watt of power that the rider puts into it. A tapered head tube also adds precision to the bike's handling in high-speed turns and under hard braking. The Domane SLR 6 Disc sees flat-mount disc brake installation that reduces lateral flex in the caliper, improving brake lever feel and brake pad life. 12mm thru-axles not only simplify wheel installation with disc brakes, but also improve the frame's lateral rigidity for better power transfer.

Making the Domane SLR perform better than the previous version was only the start. Trek wanted to keep all the details that helped make the 1st-gen Domane so complete, like the aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay that eliminates the need for ugly zip-ties. The Domane SLR also keeps the removeable fender mounts for riders in wet climates and seasons. There's even an integrated 3S chain keeper that prevents a dropped chain on broken pavement and potholes. The same seatmast cap found on the previous Domane (and current Emonda SL and SLR) is used on this Domane SLR.

The Domane SLR 6 is equipped with Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components for high performance, long service life and light weight. The adjustable-reach dual-control levers, front and rear derailleurs, 50/34T compact crankset, 11-32T cassette and even the chain are Ultegra components. Imrovements from the previous generation of Ultegra components include a larger capacity for the rear derailleur, improved lever hood shape and a stiffer crankset. The aformentioned Shimano Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes allow a much wider tire to be used on the Domane SLR compared to classic rim brake calipers.

Bontrager's alloy Paradigm Comp wheels are tubeless-ready and sport a 19.5mm width for a better tire-to-road contact patch, adding to the bike's excellent ride quality. 700x32c Bontrager R3 hard-Case Lite tires bring confident grip to the party, making the Domane SLR 6 Disc more sure-footed. Bontrager also supplies the Pro IsoCore VR-CF alloy road handlebar, which is the last line of defense on the bike against tiring vibration. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager Pro stem makes handlebar computer and light mounting a snap (literally!). A Bontrager Arvada Elite saddle tops off the Ride Tuned seatmast cap to complete this excellent Classics-conquering machine.

Trek Domane SLR 6 Rim
$4,000.00 $6,000.00 33% Off

The Domane SLR has taken an innovative approach to making every mile smoother, as well as improving performance overall. Trek starts with their proprietary OCLV 600 Series carbon fiber for the Domane SLR's frame and fork construction. This material is a "recipe" of different carbon fiber materials strategically placed to add strength where needed, and add compliance in the right places for improved rider comfort. Shaping that carbon fiber just right allows the Domane SLR to be incredibly effective at delivering power from the crankset to the rear wheel without energy-robbing flex in the frame. Called Power Transfer Construction, the overall frame shape all but eliminates torsional frame flex. Where the Domane SLR excels is in the frame's compliance over rough pavement, potholes and even cobblestones. Featuring the same IsoSpeed technology found on the first-gen Domane, the Domane SLR boasts a new twist for better ride quality for a wider range of riders: Adjustablility. This Domane SLR features a slider at the back of the seat tube that can be adjusted in the field using a simple torque wench. By moving the slider up or down, the seatmast becomes more or less flexible, soaking up rough and choppy pavement. In fact, the Domane SLR can be made more compliant than the original Domane 6-series by 14%. When moving the slider up to the top of the limit, the rear of the bike can be made stiffer, allowing better road feel during sweeping descents and turns on more civilized tarmac. The Domane SLR's fork has also gone through a revolution with front IsoSpeed. By adding a decoupler hidden at the top of the fork's steerer tube, the Domane SLR has 10% greater compliance than the previous version (which was pretty comfy to begin with), keeping the rider's hands, arms and shoulders more comfortable. The Domane SLR's BB90 bottom bracket offers a super-stiff anchor for the bike's crankset, returning every watt of power that the rider puts into it. A tapered head tube also adds precision to the bike's handling in high-speed turns and under hard braking. The Domane SLR 6 sees direct-mount brake caliber installation that all but eliminates lateral flex in the caliper, improving brake lever feel and brake pad life.

Making the Domane SLR perform better than the previous version was only the start. Trek wanted to keep all the details that helped make the 1st-gen Domane so complete, like the aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor in the left chainstay that eliminates the need for ugly zip-ties. The Domane SLR also keeps the removable fender mounts for riders in wet climates and seasons. There's even an integrated adjustable 3S chain keeper that prevents a dropped chain on broken pavement and potholes. The same seatmast cap found on the previous Domane (and current Emonda SL and SLR) is used on the Domane SLR. This is just one example of how Trek will improve a bike without throwing away well-engineered technology from previous designs.

The Domane SLR 6 is equipped with Shimano's latest 11-speed Ultegra R8000 components for high performance, long service life and light weight. The adjustable-reach dual-control levers, front and rear derailleurs and 50/34T compact crankset are all new R8000 Ultegra components. An 11-34T Shimano cassette boasts a very wide gearing range for tackling hilly rides and adventures. Improvements from the previous generation of Ultegra components include a larger capacity for the rear derailleur, better shifting response, improved lever hood shape and a stiffer, more aero crankset.

Bontrager's tubeless-ready alloy Paradigm wheels are tubeless-ready and sport a 19.5mm width for a better tire-to-road contact patch, adding to the bike's excellent ride quality. 700x28c Bontrager R2 Hard-Case Lite tires bring confident grip to the party, making the Domane SLR 6 sure-footed on pavement both good and terrible. Shimano Ultegra direct-mount brake calipers are light and offer fantastic lever feedback for optimum control. Bontrager also supplies the padded Elite IsoZone alloy road handlebar. An accessory-ready alloy Bontrager stem makes handlebar computer and light mounting a snap (literally!). A Bontrager Montrose Comp saddle tops off the seatmast cap to complete this excellent Classics-conquering machine.

Trek Domane SLR 6 eTap
$7,450.00

Trek's Domane SLR 6 Disc is a brilliant machine for century rides, weekly rides and everything in between.

At Trek Bicycles, the tireless efforts of engineers and designers in Waterloo, Wisconsin have produced a bike that magazine editors and our customers have raved about: The Domane SLR. Before a single one is released to the public, the bikes are handed to Trek's professional racing team: Trek Factory Racing. These talented riders aren't just professional pedal-pushers. They provide detailed feedback to Trek's engineering staff for improvements or to rave about a new bike's success. Classics king and multiple World Champion Fabian Cancellara had a hand in developing the original 2013 Trek Domane, and its successors have turned out to be one of Trek's best-selling and best-performing bikes for competitors and recreational riders alike.

Somehow, the latest Domane SLR is even better.

Trek begins with their exclusive OCLV 700 Series carbon fiber for the frame and fork. This ultralight material is a "recipe" of different carbon fiber materials strategically placed to add strength where needed, and add compliance in the right places for improved rider comfort. Shaping that carbon fiber allows the Domane SLR to be incredibly effective at delivering power from the crankset to the rear wheel without power-robbing flex in the frame. Where the Domane SLR excels is in the frame's compliance over rough pavement and cobblestones. Featuring the same IsoSpeed Decoupler found on the first-generation Domane, the Domane SLR boasts a new twist for better ride quality for a wider range of riders: Adjustability. The new Domane SLR features a slider under the top tube that can be adjusted in the field using a simple torque wench. By moving the slider forwards or backwards, the L-shaped seatmast becomes more or less flexible, soaking up broken pavement and potholes. In fact, the Domane SLR can be made more compliant than the original Domane 6-series. When moving the slider up to the top of the limit, the rear of the bike can be made stiffer, allowing better road feel during sweeping descents and turns on more civilized tarmac. The Domane SLR's fork has also gone through a revolution with front IsoSpeed. By adding a decoupler hidden at the top of the fork's steerer tube, the Domane SLR has 10% greater compliance than the previous version (which was pretty comfy to begin with), keeping the rider's hands, arms and shoulders more comfortable.

The details on the the Domane SLR make a huge difference in performance. The bike's threaded T47 bottom bracket offers a super-stiff anchor for the bike's crankset, returning every watt of power that the rider puts into it. A tapered head tube also adds precision to the bike's handling in high-speed turns and under hard braking. The Domane SLR 6 eTap sees flat-mount disc brake installation that reduces lateral flex in the caliper, improving brake lever feel and brake pad life. 12mm thru-axles not only simplify wheel installation with disc brakes, but also improve the frame's lateral rigidity for better power transfer and handling. The Domane SLR 6 eTap can be found in sizes as small as 47cm with a standover height as short as 27". The Domane's Endurance fit and geometry allows a wide range of rider sizes -and rider flexibilities- to get comfortable for multiple hours in the saddle. There is an aperture for a DuoTrap S speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) in the left chainstay that eliminates the need for ugly zip-ties. The Domane SLR also retains the removeable fender mounts from the previous generation, appealing to riders in wet climates and seasons. There's even an integrated 3S chain keeper that prevents dropped chains and greasy fingers.

The Domane SLR 6 eTap is equipped with SRAM's latest 12-speed Rival eTap AXS wireless components for high performance, long service life and light weight. Shifting speed is literally lightning-quick, and never suffers from corroded or dirty cables. Battery charge life is between 500-600 miles, and the batteries are reversible between front and rear derailleurs, allowing shifting in case one battery runs out. You can even check on the battery charge levels with a SRAM AXS smartphone app. The adjustable-reach dual-control levers, front and rear derailleurs, 46/33T alloy crankset, 10-36T cassette and even the chain are SRAM Rival components. The aformentioned hydraulic disc brakes allow a much wider tire (up to 38mm) to be used on the Domane SLR compared to classic rim brake calipers.

Bontrager's OCLV carbon fiber Aeolus Pro 3V wheels are tubeless-ready and sport a 25mm width for a better tire-to-road contact patch, adding to the bike's excellent ride quality. 32mm Bontrager R3 hard-Case Lite tires add confident grip, making the Domane SLR 6 eTap more sure-footed. Bontrager also supplies the ingenious carbon fiber Pro IsoCore VR-SF road handlebar, which is the

Trek Domane SLR 7
$8,350.00
Domane SLR 7 is an ultralight endurance road bike with high-end parts made for a fast, high-performance ride. You get an OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Adjustable Rear IsoSpeed and sleek internal storage, an all-new wireless electronic Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain for precision shifting, and OCLV Carbon wheels. Plus, it has an easy-access storage compartment for stowing ride essentials. It's right for you if… You're looking for the real advantage of a bike that wins in tech. You want the most advanced endurance road bike frame we offer, with the added benefit of an wireless electronic Di2 drivetrain for fast, reliable shifting in any conditions. The tech you get A 700 Series OCLV Carbon frame and fork with both Front and Adjustable Rear IsoSpeed, integrated internal storage, and fender mounts. It's equipped with an all-new wireless Shimano 2x12 Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, Aeolus Pro 3V carbon wheels, and a Bontrager Pro IsoCore handlebar that reduces vibrations from the road by 20% over a standard carbon bar. The final word Our highest-end Domane carbon frame, with the precision shifting that comes only from wireless Shimano Di2. You're getting tech that provides a real advantage in comfort, reliability, and speed during long races and competitive group rides. Why you'll love it: - All-new wireless Ultegra Di2 delivers ever faster, smoother, and more responsive shifts than ever - You can tune the amount of compliance in your frame to your preference with a simple slider adjustment - We're not the only ones who love it: the Domane SLR platform was awarded "Superbike of the Year" by Bikeradar - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Make it yours: it's fully customizable through Project One
Trek Domane SLR 7
$7,800.00 - $8,300.00
Domane SLR 7 Disc pairs the best endurance road bike frame with a full Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain for precision shifting. This is an ultralight endurance road bike with high-end parts made for a high-performance, fast ride, like an ultralight OCLV Carbon frame with sleek internal storage, Front and Adjustable Rear IsoSpeed, carbon wheels, hydraulic disc brakes, and an electronic drivetrain. It's right for you if... You're looking for the real advantage of a bike that wins in tech. You want the most advanced endurance road bike frame we offer, with the added benefit of an electronic drivetrain for fast, reliable shifting in any conditions. The tech you get Our lightest 700 Series OCLV Carbon frame and fork with both Front and Adjustable Rear IsoSpeed and fender mounts. It's equipped with a full Shimano 2x11 Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain, powerful flat-mount disc brakes, Aeolus Pro 3V Disc Tubeless Ready carbon wheels, a Domane Carbon seatmast cap, and a Bontrager Pro IsoCore handlebar that reduces vibrations from the road by 20% over a standard carbon bar. Internal storage and cable routing add to the bike's sleek look. The final word Our highest-end Domane carbon frame, with the precision shifting that comes only from a Shimano Di2. You're getting tech that provides a real advantage in comfort, reliability, and speed during long races and competitive group rides. Why You'll Love It - Never miss a shift again with the fast, reliable Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain - You can tune the amount of compliance in your frame to your preference with a simple slider adjustment - We're not the only ones who love it: the Domane SLR platform was awarded "Superbike of the Year" by Bikeradar - A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear - Make it yours: it's fully customizable through Project One
Trek Dual Sport 2
$790.00
Dual Sport 2 is a go-anywhere hybrid bike that performs on a variety of surfaces. It's efficient on pavement, stable on rougher terrain like gravel paths, and comfortable wherever you ride it. A suspension fork, all-terrain tires, and hydraulic disc brakes make Dual Sport 2 the smart choice for riders who want to explore beyond smooth city streets. It's right for you if... Some days, you like to ride roads. Others, you like to ride gravel and light trails. You want a single rugged hybrid bike that will stand up to your every adventure whim and can even be a great commuter, with features that keep you comfortable and confident over a variety of terrain. The tech you get A lightweight aluminum frame with sleek internal cable routing, a suspension fork with a lockout, a reliable 2x9 drivetrain with a wide range of gearing so you're never pedaling too hard or too soft, all-terrain tires that are grippy yet fast-rolling, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power. The final word Dual Sport 2 is a go-anywhere hybrid bike designed to help you explore more of your world. Pavement? Gravel? Trails? Yeah, it can handle that. The wide range of gearing, rack and fender mounts, front suspension, and tech capabilities to track fitness only add to its versatility. Why you'll love it - The fork's hydraulic lockout feature ensures you're always riding efficiently: close it for smooth pavement, open it up on rougher trails - The 2x drivetrain gives you all the gears you need and none you don’t - It's easy to accessorize your frame with racks, a kickstand, fenders, lights, and more! - DuoTrap S compatibility makes it easy to wirelessly track your rides, so you can set goals and watch yourself reach them Internal cable routing extends the life of your cables and adds to the bike's sleek look
Trek Dual Sport 2 Women's
$730.00
Dual Sport 2 Women's is a go-anywhere hybrid bike that performs on a variety of surfaces. It's efficient on pavement, stable on rougher terrain like gravel paths, and comfortable wherever you ride it. A suspension fork, all-terrain tires, and hydraulic disc brakes make it a great choice for riders who want to explore beyond smooth city streets. It's right for you if... Some days, you like to ride roads. Others, you like to ride gravel and light trails. You want a single rugged hybrid bike that will stand up to your every adventure whim with touchpoints designed specifically for women and features that keep you comfortable over a variety of terrain. The tech you get A lightweight aluminum frame, a suspension fork with a lockout feature, a reliable drivetrain with 24 speeds and a wide range of gearing so you're never pedaling too hard or too soft, all-terrain tires that are grippy yet fast-rolling, disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, and a saddle designed for women. The final word Dual Sport 2 Women's is a go-anywhere hybrid bike designed to help you explore more of your world. Pavement? Gravel? Trails? Yeah, it can handle that. The wide range of gearing, rack and fender mounts, front suspension, touchpoints designed for women, and tech capabilities to track fitness only add to its versatility. Why you'll love it - The fork's lockout feature ensures you're always riding efficiently: close it for smooth pavement, open it up on rougher trails - A wide range of gearing means you never have to pedal too hard or too soft, even on the biggest hills - Why choose between the road and trail? Dual Sport is a versatile hybrid that excels on a variety of terrain - Internal cable routing extends the life of your cables and adds to the bike's sleek look - It's easy to accessorize with racks, a kickstand, fenders, lights, and fitness devices to track your ride data when you add DuoTrap S
Trek Dual Sport 3
$930.00
Dual Sport 3 is a high-performance hybrid bike with upgraded components that stand up to long rides on a variety of surfaces, from city streets to gravel trails and more! Plus, front suspension, tubeless ready rims, and puncture-resistant tires give you the confidence to take on bigger adventures. It's right for you if... You want to up the adventure level on your recreational rides, and want a fast and rugged hybrid bike with quality parts that will withstand daily commutes, fitness rides on light trails, rail trail tours, and more. The tech you get A lightweight aluminum frame, a suspension fork with a lockout feature, an upgraded 2x9 Shimano drivetrain with a wide range of gearing, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather stopping power, tubeless ready rims, puncture-resistant all-terrain tires, ergonomic grips, and a Blendr stem for easy accessory integration. The final word Dual Sport 3 is fast and efficient on pavement and confident and capable on dirt trails. It has upgrades on the parts that make the biggest difference in performance, like the higher-quality 2x9 Shimano drivetrain, tubeless ready rims, and puncture-resistant tires. Why you'll love it - The fork's hydraulic lockout feature ensures you're always riding efficiently: close it for smooth pavement, open it up on rougher trails - A wide range of gearing means you never have to pedal too hard or too soft, even on the biggest hills - It's easy to accessorize with racks, a kickstand, fenders, lights, and fitness devices to track your ride data when you add DuoTrap S - Internal cable routing extends the life of your cables and adds to the bike's sleek look - Why choose between the road and trail? Dual Sport is a versatile hybrid that excels on a variety of terrain
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