Just take a look through the Bespoke Cycling build gallery and you'll see how popular the Trek Domane has been, especially the disc model. This Project One SLR 6 Disc is a beautiful example.
The stunning metallic sparkle Project One paint makes for a stunning looking bike. Trek's mechanical engineering and tech makes what's under the paint a high performiing bike.
The rear IsoSpeed unit can be adjusted by loosening the bolt at the bottle cage mount on the seat tube. The slider can then be moved lower for maximum compliance and higher for increased stiffness, allowing the rider to tune the frame. When you consider that this frame will 32mm tyres with ease, then consider the different pressures you can run for differing terrains, you get an idea of the versatility here.
There's more IsoSpeed tech in the headtube, which softens the front end up a bit over rough stuff.
Bontrager's underrated Aeolus 3 Disc wheelset comes tubeless ready, so that adds a further dimension to the ride feel possibilities. The stopping power is provided by Ultegra hydraulic brakes, part of the Di2 groupset.
Naturally it's perfectly fitted as part of the package - that's what we do here at Bespoke. For more on the Trek Domane, come and see us at Bespoke Cycling.