The Trek Domane has been incredibly popular in recent years.
Incredible stability and long distanve comfort without sacrificing
speed, the Domane shows the kind of innovation that Trek are
capable of. The IsoSpeed decoupler effectively separates the seat
tube from the top tube/seat stays allowing for some extra flex,
claiming to double "vertical compliance so you ride stronger,
longer." Perfect for winter mileage on rougher roads.
The concept for this customer was a top end training bike that
would be used through the winter. The Domane frame offers comfort,
space for mudguards and good tyre clearance. It's also an
The Project One system allows for mix and match outfitting and
special paint schemes, such as this ornate Spartacus version.
Shimano Di2 keeps the spec top end, as do the Aeolus 5s.
Bontrager's Aeolus line really doesn't get tye credit it deserves,
they're damn good wheels. Being a Bespoke build, we ended up
swopping out the stem for the better suited angles of the Zipp
Service Course. Bars are Bontrager XXX Carbon. The final surprise
though are the pedals.
For effective training, few would argue that training with power
is the best solution. This customer chose to use Garmin's Vector
pedals which have a built in power meter. This is a serious winter