The 2013 Trek Domane 2.0 offers the ultimate in high-speed cruising comfort.
- Weight: 9.57kg
- Frame: Aluminium
- Fork: Carbon, alloy steerer
- Groupset: Shimano Tiagra
- Wheels: Bontrager alloy
Throughout the Domane range Trek have introudced their ‘IsoSpeed decoupler’ pivots - Instead of a fixed connection between top tube, seatstays and seat tube this new design allows the seat tube to bow back and forth in response to road or rider loads. A slimmed down pivot section at the top of the tube also means you get a more flexible skinny seatpost, while the Affinity saddle is generously padded too. The result is that the Domane 2.0 offers the ultimate in high-speed cruising comfort.
That's not all though, expect sweet handling, surefootedness and a chassis that is responsive under power.
Check Out this Sweet Video on "The Making of The Domane"
|IsoSpeed||IsoSpeed Fork||Power Transfer||BB90|
|By isolating the seat tube, the frame absorbs road shock, not your body. This means you'll ride faster for longer. IsoSpeed also improves handling and pedaling!||A perfect match for the Domane frame, the IsoSpeed fork offers ride-smoothing compliance. Cornering precision and front-end stiffness are still exceptional.||From the E2 head tube, to the BB90 bottom bracket, to the rear wheel, Trek's Power Transfer Construction turns every last bit of energy into forward motion.||The 90mm wide bottom bracket lets Trek build the frame with larger tubes for increased power transfer. The bearings are housed in the frame which saves weight.|