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 victores and national championships tell the story.
Trek's engineers could have rested on their laurels after Katie Compton won her record 13th national championship on a Boone. But they didn't. They wanted to improve the Boone from its first generation, 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. 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 BB90 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 the harshest surface elements. The Ride Tuned seatmast and cap gives the bike even better compliance compared to any garden-variety seatpost. Up front, the engineering team at Trek have added the same front IsoSpeed decoupler found on the Trek Domane. The Boone now feels much more balanced without producing a distracting "pogo stick" feel from the handlebar when hammering out of the saddle. A flattened top tube is more comfortable when shouldering the Boone, and vanishing fender mounts make the bike an easy choice for commuter duty in the off-season. Flat-mount disc brakes and 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.Boone 6 Disc is a race-ready carbon cyclocross bike that excels in demanding off-road conditions. It's built with a sturdy Shimano GRX 1x drivetrain and powerful disc brakes for performance on bumpy, muddy terrain, and the lightweight carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed delivers traction and comfort during every race. It's right for you if... Pavement, schmavement. You live for the rough stuff. You want a bike that's proven on the cyclocross course and capable of gravel-only adventures. You're looking for every smooth advantage, like Front and Rear IsoSpeed and a compliant carbon frame and fork. The final word Boone 6 Disc is purpose-built for crushing cyclocross. But in its spare time, it eats up rugged roads like nobody's business thanks to gravel-taming parts like a GRX drivetrain and fatigue-reducing Front and Rear IsoSpeed. Why you'll love it - Shimano GRX is designed specifically for rough rides—you get great chain retention and a better grip on the hoods and levers - This bike was designed with input from cyclocross royalty, including World Champion Sven Nys and U.S. National Champ Katie Compton