Friday, May 10, 2013

(VIDEO) BikeRadar calls 2013 Trek Domane 2.0 "Best Bike Under £1000 (approx. US$1500)

The 2013 Trek Domane 2.0 offers the ultimate in high-speed cruising comfort.

Trek domane 2.0:
  • 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"

          IsoSpeedThe Trek IsoSpeed frame.      IsoSpeed ForkThe Trek IsoSpeed fork.    Power TransferThe Power Transfer Construction.            BB90The BB90 bottom bracket.
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.

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