Trek's Project One program let's you customise certain models
within the Trek range, both in terms of paint and in spec. Project
One has always been incrediby popular at Bespoke Cycling -
cutomisation really appeals to our customers.
This iteration of the Domane is as good as it gets. SRAM eTap is
paired with a Quarq powermeter and hydraulic discs, available via
the Project One spec. Bontrager Aeolus 3 carbon wheels are
incrediby light and hugely under rated. The only non Project One
element is the ENVE stem.
But how about that paint? This is the new John Degenkolb Cafe
Racer paint option. It's really not cheap, but it just looks
amazing. There's some serious skill in the paint booth over at
Project One in Wisconsin right now... The main body is painted to
resemble brushed raw metal, just stunningly good. The bright red
accents really make the whole thing pop.
An awesome finish on one of our most popular bikes of the last
year. Come and see us at Bespoke Cycling for more on Trek Project
Photos: Bence Bujaki at Bespoke Cycling, Jermyn Street