The Madone SL 7 brings the majority of features from the
range-topping SLR models to a frame built with Trek's 500 series
OCLV carbon. That means you're getting all the aero advantages of
the wind-tunnel tested KVF tube shapes, plus the more race-focused
- but still extremely practical - geometry of their H1.5 fit.
The IsoSpeed coupler on the top tube isn't adjustable, but still
does a fantastic job of smoothing out imperfections in the road
surface, helping you to stay comfortable and go faster for
Ultegra Di2 is fast and precise, and here we have the Zipp Vuka
aerobars (complete with secondary Dura-Ace shifters at the ends of
the extensions) to ensure that you can shift effortlessly even when
tucked into an aero position.
The Madone frameset really is a well thought out package, these
days aero doesn't need to mean heavy or uncomfortable. This build
hits the sweet spot between race-readiness and everyday
photos by Bence Bujaki