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The 2023 Trek Domane is now official: SL, SLR, and RSL options explained

The endurance road bike returns to its endurance road purpose..

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Trek hasn’t exactly been shy about the fact a new Domane was imminent. We saw the endurance-come-all-road bike earlier in the year at the Classics, and Elisa Longo Borghini even rode it to victory at Paris-Roubaix Femmes. 

Now Trek has lifted the translucent curtain from the new bike, revealing all the finer details and model options. We have the new Domane SLR in hand for review but we need a little more time on it before we can offer an informed opinion. In the meantime, here’s what we know about the newly updated endurance road platform that consists of the Domane SL, the top-tier Domane SLR, and the return of a pro-friendly Domane RSL.

Simpler = lighter 

In many ways, the new Domane returns to the roots of the endurance road platform. When it was first released a little over a decade ago, the Domane was a fully-fledged road bike, just with added ride comfort and more relaxed geometry. A subtly modified version was Fabian Cancellara’s pick for conquering the cobbles, and Trek surely sold a lot of bikes off that imagery. 

However, more recent years have seen the Domane get increasingly more complicated, and that complexity came with added mass. For example, Trek took its original IsoSpeed concept from a simple flexible seat tube decoupled at the top tube via a bearing-based pivot and turned it into a system (at least at the high-end) that split the seat tube around a sliding mechanism that allowed you to tune the seated comfort. Meanwhile, the once ordinary front-end of the bike earned a de-coupled headset that allowed the fork steerer to flex more freely.

All impressive features, but also things that made the Domane heavier than a bike of its price should be.  

And so we come to the newest version of the Domane. This bike waves goodbye to both the adjustable rear IsoSpeed and front IsoSpeed and instead moves to Trek’s fourth iteration of the comfort-inducing feature. Similar to the original introduced in 2012, this new and rear-only IsoSpeed isn’t adjustable and the only moving components are isolated to the pivot point that sits between the seat tube and top tube. 

trek domane sl geometry

The reasons to walk away from front IsoSpeed are closely related to what was seen with the latest Checkpoint gravel bike . It comes down to modern tyre technology and trends toward going wider in volume. The front IsoSpeed is said to have been beneficial when tyres were 28 mm in size and run at high pressures but is too stiff to make an appreciable difference with a wider-volume tyre system, such as the 32 mm tubeless tyres supplied with the bikes.  

Meanwhile, Trek has claimed that the return to its top tube-based IsoSpeed is more effective across the full-size range versus the previous seat tube-based IsoSpeed, which was unintentionally stiffer in smaller sizes. That non-adjustable flex is now said to match the most comfortable setting of the previous generation and is size-specific in the compliance provided.  

What’s new is that Trek has moved away from its almost signature upside-down seatpost topper or post-within-a-post designs, and instead adopted its own telescoping D-shaped carbon post. Securing it is a binder wedge that’s integrated with the new IsoSpeed system. The binder is hidden beneath a magnetic cover plate and is designed to work with common pre-set 5-5.2 Nm torque wrenches (or any style of torque wrench). Meanwhile, the proprietary carbon seatpost is being produced in two different set-back versions. 

trek domane sl geometry

With fewer moving parts the new Domane SL and SLR framesets are approximately 300 grams lighter than before. Additionally, the new SLR version is the lightest Domane Disc yet. Trek quotes 56 cm framesets for the Domane SL (OCLV 500-series carbon) and Domane SLR (OCLV 800-series carbon) at 2,500 g and 1,700 g, respectively. However, precisely what those framesets include is somewhat unclear. Add in some refined Bontrager wheels and the formerly porky base-level Domane SL5 complete bike is now a claimed 700 g lighter – although it’ll still sit above 9 kg with pedals. 

The two tiers of Domane share the same moulds and are therefore visually and feature-wise identical. The weight difference is merely down to the Domane SL using a lower modulus “OCLV 500-series” carbon fibre lay-up. In contrast, the Domane SLR uses Trek’s high-modulus “OCLV 800-series” blend (the highest grade of carbon used in the Domane to date) that carries quite the premium pricing. Trek’s entry-level aluminium endurance road bike, the Domane AL – a bike we reviewed in 2021 – remains unchanged. 

Not unlike what we’ve seen with other bikes in this category, Trek claims improved aerodynamic performance through features already seen with its Emonda , including revised Kammtail (aka truncated airfoil) shaping and an integrated-ish cockpit with semi-concealed cable routing. That cockpit consists of a two-piece handlebar and stem, where the brake hoses and mechanical gear cables (if applicable) are routed outside of the bar and underneath the new RCS Pro stem, which features a removable cover. The cables/hoses then flow into Trek’s proprietary headset spacers/top cap before being fed through the top headset bearing. And while it’ll look less seamless, the system allows regular stems and handlebars to be used. 

Spanning a generous range, the nine available frame sizes point to the popularity of this platform. The Domane SL and SLR keep with Trek’s ‘endurance’ geometry which offers shortened reaches and raised stacks compared to its race-focussed Emonda and Madone offerings. Steering geometry remains on the quicker side for the endurance road category, while the wheelbase is a tad longer than some. 

trek domane sl geometry

Still ready for all-road use

Trek claims the new Domane is a “road first” platform, but simultaneously talks to its versatility provided by the class-leading 38 mm tyre clearance. That massive tyre clearance remains unchanged from the previous generation and is based on a 6 mm window all the way around the tyre. The figure is based on what Trek considers to be the largest 38 mm-measured tyre width on the market, so there’s plenty of tolerance in here to go bigger than what is officially recommended. All Domane complete bikes come stock with 32 mm tyres. 

trek domane sl geometry

If I had a way to bang a gong and shout this news, I would. The new Domane spells the end of Trek’s BB90 press-fit system, and the American company’s entire road range now features a threaded bottom bracket. Like we’ve seen with the Madone and Emonda, the Domane uses Trek’s take on the T47 ‘internal’ threaded bottom bracket, one that has open compatibility with all aftermarket T47 bottom brackets and modern crank spindle systems. 

Like previous generations, the hidden fender mounts remain, and using those allows for up to a 35 mm tyre to be fitted. Also continuing over is the down tube storage hatch that hides beneath the bidon cage. Within it you’ll find the same tool and tube wrap. Meanwhile, the mounts for a top-tube feed bag remain, too. Another minor and overlooked detail is Trek’s integrated 3S chain keeper which works admirably well. 

trek domane sl geometry

The RSL, a return of the pro version

Go back to the days of Fabian Cancellara skipping across the cobbles and you’ll find that his Domane wasn’t like the one you’d find in your local Trek store. Rather it was a Race Shop Limited (RSL) version from Trek’s Project One range. Sold only in the sizes needed by the key riders of WorldTour team, this pro version combined a race-specific geometry with the wider tyre clearance and smoother frame that the Domane sought to offer. Now Trek has brought the pro version back as a frameset-only option in the form of the Domane RSL. 

trek domane sl geometry

While the regular Domane SL and SLR come in a choice of nine sizes, the RSL version is offered in just five sizes spanning from 52 through to 60 cm. Those five sizes feature Trek’s H1.5 fit which offers more aggressive stack and reach figures in line with its Emonda and Madone bikes. Meanwhile, steeper head angles result in super short trail figures that should equate to a quicker steering characteristic. 

There are a few other differences that expand beyond the geometry. Pro riders tend to push bigger gears and the RSL version is designed to clear up to 54/40T rings, or a 54T if run 1x. By comparison, the Domane SL/SLR will only fit a maximum of 52/36T gearing or a 50T single ring. That chainring clearance comes with the trade-off of reduced tyre clearance, with the RSL designed to fit up to 35 mm rubber. And while the SL/SLR framesets can use either electronic or mechanical groupsets, the RSL is electronic-only. 

trek domane sl geometry

Made with racing in mind, the Domane RSL also drops the down tube storage hatch, the top tube bag mounts, and the fender compatibility. As a result, it’s approximately 100 g lighter than the SLR version. 

Models and pricing 

There are many complete bike options within the new Domane SL and SLR ranges. Excluding the top-tier SLR 9 eTap (which has Trek-Segafredo team look-a-like Pirelli tyres), all models come equipped with tubeless-ready wheels (hooked bead), Bontrager R3 32 mm tubeless-ready tyres, and tubeless valves and sealant are also provided. 

The premium-priced SLR starts with the expected Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and SRAM Red AXS options, and goes down to models with new Shimano 105 Di2 and SRAM Rival AXS. There are five stock frame colours choices shared amongst the SLR bikes and framesets. A frameset is also available for US$4,200 / €5,000 / £4,500 / AU$NA. 

trek domane sl geometry

Meanwhile, the lower-cost Domane SL frame is available at the base level with Shimano 105 mechanical, and goes up to models with either Shimano Ultegra Di2 or SRAM Force AXS. And being cheaper doesn’t mean any less choice in paint, with options spanning from boring through to sparkle-drenched. And somewhat unexpectedly, Trek will offer the Domane SL as a bare frameset for US$2,500 / €3,000 / £2,700 / AU$NA.

trek domane sl geometry

And as already mentioned, the pro-edition RSL is available only as a frameset, priced at US$4,200 / €5,000 / £4,500 / AU$5,600.

Review to come 

CyclingTips’s head of tech, James Huang, recently received a new Domane SLR for test, and I plan on borrowing one in October. You can expect a deep-dive review on this new endurance road bike in the coming months. 

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Trek Domane Frame Geometry (2017-2023)

Trek Domane SLR 7 AXS SRAM Force eTap AXS

The geometry chart below applies to all Trek Domane frames from the following:

  • Years: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
  • Models: Trek Domane SLR 9, 7, 6, SL 7, 6, 5
  • Frame material: Carbon

Source : Trek

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The New Trek Domane: A Great Bike Made Better

The new Domane is everything great about the old bike, plus lighter and quicker.

The Takeaway: Trek’s best road bike gets faster, lighter, quicker, and better

  • Frames are 300 grams lighter
  • Slight aerodynamic improvements
  • Compatible with any bar and stem

Price: $3,500 (SL 5) to $13,200 (SLR 9 eTap, tested) Weight: 19.7lb. (SL 5) to 16 lb. (SLR 9) 16.8 lb. as tested (SLR 9 eTap 52cm)

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Trek Domane Generation Four—What is New

My biggest knock against the third-generation Domane was the weight. It was an excellent and feature-rich bike but a little hefty. So, I am happy to report that one of the most significant changes to the fourth generation frame is it is lighter by about 300 grams (more than half a pound. A large part of the weight savings came from simplifying the bike’s signature rear IsoSpeed Decoupler and eliminating the IsoSpeed Front system that debuted in the previous generation Domane.

When asked why Trek eliminated IsoSpeed Front, Jordan Roessingh, director of road bikes, stated that much of the system's benefit—which never offered the same compliance improvement as rear IsoSpeed—was made redundant by riders' increased adoption of higher volume tubeless tires run at lower pressures. Combined with the system’s weight penalty, Trek decided the juice was not worth the squeeze and punted IsoSpeed front into the dustbin of history.

Meanwhile, at the rear, Trek removed the adjustment from the SLR’s top tube IsoSpeed. All frames now have fixed compliance. Reggie Lund, a design engineer at Trek, said that it found, “A lot of our riders were never taking advantage of the adjustability on the previous generation bike,” so they decided to remove the feature which simplified and lighted the frame. Roessingh stated that the new Domane’s fixed compliance is in line with the previous generation SLR’s IsoSpeed set to the most compliant position.

trek domane generation four

SL-level frames also see a change to their rear IsoSpeed system. Trek has multiple iterations and generations of IsoSpeed. While third-generation Domane SLR frames had adjustable top tube IsoSpeed, third-generation Domane SL frames had non-adjustable seat tube IsoSpeed. SL and SLR fourth generation Domanes get the new non-adjustable top tube IsoSpeed.

Roessingh said that one of the drawbacks of the third-gen Domane’s non-adjustable seat tube IsoSpeed was that the system got more rigid as the seat tubes got shorter. In short, smaller and likely lighter riders experienced a rougher ride than larger riders. Top tube IsoSpeed eliminates this compromise and lets Trek tune compliance per frame size, said Rosseingh, so all riders experience similar levels of comfort.

Another signature feature of carbon framed Domane models that went to the dustbin was Trek’s No Cut semi-integrated seat mast. Instead, all models now use a seat post, although a proprietary D-shaped post instead of being round. Thankfully, Trek offers two lengths (280 and 320mm) and two offsets (five and 20mm) to help riders dial in fit. The seatpost clamp hides under a snap-on cover on the top tube, which helps clean up the lines of the new Domane.

Another way Trek cleaned up the Domane’s appearance is with a new stem with a cap that hides the hoses and housing before they enter the frame through the upper headset cover. But while the bike appears to have fully integrated routing, you can swap stem lengths without pulling the hoses or housing. The bike is compatible with a standard handlebar, and riders can use standard stems. However, if you want to install a standard stem, you will need to acquire a different upper headset cover from Trek, and you will probably want to zip-tie your hoses and housing together underneath the stem.

Trek’s Domane stem comes in sizes 60 to 130mm in minus-seven degree rise and 60 to 100mm in plus-seven degree rise. The faceplate features a single bolt mount for a computer/light/camera. Unfortunately, the Domane stem’s one-bolt mounting standard is different from Trek’s one-bolt mounting system for the Madone and Emonda and also different than any of the other stems with this feature (3T, Cervelo, Fizik, Specialized, Felt, Easton).

trek domane generation four

Trek also states that the new Domane is more aerodynamic than the previous generation due to the updated shape of the fork, downtube, seat tube, seat stays, and more-integrated cables in the front. However, Trek did not provide any data on the aerodynamic improvements. When I asked Roessingh for time or watt improvements, he told me, “I don’t think we have a specific claim other than saying we do know the bike is faster. But it’s not a huge amount so it’s not a claim we’re labeling as one of the headlines of the launch.”

One small new feature added to the Domane is a mount in the top tube for a feed bag. What has not changed is the Domane has clearance for up to a 38mm tire, hidden fender mounts, the threaded (T47) bottom bracket, and the in-frame storage accessed through the hatch in the downtube.

SL and SLR frames are compatible with mechanical drivetrains. But, there is a catch outlined in Trek’s FAQ, “The frame does not have a front derailleur housing stop, which means that you are limited to front derailleurs with a built-in stop, like Shimano toggle front derailleurs.” That means the frame is not compatible with SRAM or Campagnolo mechanical-shift drivetrains.

Trek Domane Four—SL Versus SLR

There are two grades of Domane frame: SL and SLR. According to Roessingh, “SL and SLR are essentially identical from a feature set perspective and frame shape perspective.” The biggest difference is the carbon: The SL uses Trek’s “500 Series” carbon while the SLR uses “800 series” carbon. That material difference results in a 200-300 gram reduction in frame weight. According to Trek, this puts the SL frameset at 2,500 grams and the SLR frameset around 2,200 grams.

trek domane generation four

Trek Domane Four—RSL for the Racers

Although Trek’s professional racers ride a Domane in some events, typically the cobbled classics, they do not ride the standard frame. Instead, they use the Domane RSL (Race Shop Limited). It is the frame ridden to victory in the 2022 Paris-Roubaix Femmes by Elisa Longo Borghini , and it has a few notable differences from the mainline frame.

The primary distinction is fit. The RSL fame is much lower and longer than the SL and SLR Domane. Using a 56cm frame as an example the RSL’s reach is 21mm longer (395 versus 347mm) while the stack is 43mm shorter (548 versus 591mm). The RSL also has a much shorter trail length (51mm compared to 61), likely because of the increased weight the RSL’s geometry places on the front wheel.

Other changes include eliminating the top tube bag mounts and in-frame storage hatch—you do not need those things when you have a fleet of team cars behind you—and the fender mounts. These changes help shave weight off the frame compared to the standard Domane. The RSL frame also has less tire clearance—its maximum tire width is 35mm instead of 38mm—but will fit larger chainrings (RSL: 2x 54/40, 1x 54T; SLR and SL: 2x 52/36, 1x 50T) than the SL and SLR models. Another noteworthy difference: The RSL is only compatible with electronic shifting.

Trek only offers the RSL as a frameset ($4,200) and only in sizes 52 to 60cm, four fewer sizes than the mainline frame. Claimed frameset (frame and fork) weight is 1600 grams for the RSL. On paper, that makes the RSL a whopping 600 grams lighter than the SLR. But when I fact-checked that weight delta with Roessingh, he told me, “The way we measure ‘frameset” weights in those metrics isn’t apples to apples. It includes a bunch of hardware and components. The RSL frame weight is only about 100g lighter than the SLR’s.”

Trek Domane Mk.IV—Geometry

Most of the Mk. IV Domane models carry forward the Mk. III’s endurance geometry with no changes. It is a shorter reach and a taller stack fit, with a longer wheelbase and mellower handling than a race bike. Trek offers nine sizes, from 44 to 62cm.

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The RSL version previously mentioned features a lower and longer fit race fit that is even more aggressive than the Madone and Emonda race bikes with the brand’s H1.5 geometry. The RSL is only offered in five sizes, from 52 to 60cm.

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Trek Domane Mk.IV—Builds, Prices, and Weights

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Trek’s rolling out the new Domane with 11 models: five SL builds priced between $3,500 to $7,500 and six SLR models priced at $8,000 to $13,200. Only one model, the $3,500 SL 5, has a mechanical shifting drivetrain (Shimano 105); all the rest have electronic drivetrains from Shimano and SRAM. The SL 5 is also the only 11-speed bike; the rest are 12-speed.

All models come with Bontrager tubeless-ready wheels and Bontrager’s R3 folding-bead, tubeless-ready tires in 32mm.

Claimed weights start at 8.93Kg (19.7 lb.) for the SL 5, with the lightest complete bike coming in at 7.25kg (16 lb.). One interesting note on prices and weights: For the same relative equipment level— Ultegra Di2 versus Force eTap AXS —most Shimano-equipped bikes are less expensive and lighter than the SRAM-equipped bikes. There is a big “but” because all SRAM-equipped Domanes from the SL 7 eTap and up have power meters while the Shimano builds have standard cranks. The other exception is the SL 6 ( Shimano 105 Di2 ) and SL 6 eTap ( SRAM Rival eTap AXS )—the Shimano bike is $600 cheaper but slightly (10 grams) heavier.

As always, the Domane will eventually, though not immediately, find its way into Trek’s Project One customization program for riders who want to pick their parts and paint. Trek also offers the SL ($2,499), SLR, and RSL (both $4,200) framesets for purchase.

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Trek Domane Mk.IV—Ride Review

Trek’s Domane has been a favorite of mine since the first generation, but the third generation was flat-out amazing. Comfortable, practical, and fun, it had most of the speed of a race bike without the bullshit that makes race bikes so limited and limiting. It fits big tires! You could run any bar and stem! It could store a burrito in the downtube! And it was fast .

So when Trek told me they were sending me the new, fourth generation, Domane I hoped and prayed that they found a way to make it better without messing up what made it so great. And friends, my hopes and prayers were answered because riding the fourth generation Domane was like reacquainting with a dear old friend, but one who lost a bunch of weight and now goes to therapy. Because this bike is everything the gen-three Domane was, but better.

You can read what I said about the third-generation Domane when I reviewed it and when I wrote it up as our 2020 Bike of the Year and take all of the good stuff and apply it to the new, fourth-generation Domane. But my complaints about it being a little heavy are gone. And with the weight reduction, the gen-four Domane unlocks new performance levels.

The biggest difference is the new bike is quicker, snappier, and just flies. When you hear someone talk about a comfortable road bike, it usually suggests a bike that is squishy and slow feeling. But when you get on a bike that is fast, quick, and communicative but also floats and coddles the rider like a newborn baby, well, that is a special bike. And that is what the new Domane is: Special. A great bike made better. A bike for the modern road rider: Freaking fast, wonderfully comfortable, and oh so practical.

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"The third-generation of Trek's Domane is not just the best Domane; it is Trek's best-ever road bike. And one of the best road bikes on the market right now. This is the bike most of us should ride. It's entertainingly sharp and sporty, smooth, smart and versatile enough for most forms or road riding, paved or gravel. And that's why it's one of the best bikes you can buy right now.

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Front and Rear IsoSpeed soak up fatiguing bumps in the road so you can stay stronger longer.

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We believe every rider—regardless of gender, body type, riding style, or ability—deserves a great bike. One that gets you excited to hop in the saddle and ride. A bike that makes you want to go faster and farther than ever before. A bike that feels like it was made just for you. Because it was. Trek is introducing the new 2020 Domane to give better fits and more options to female and male riders alike. Historically, we’ve offered smaller frame sizes geared towards women on women’s models exclusively. We’re now offering smaller sizes and more colorways on every single 2020 Domane SLR, SL. A smaller rider, no matter their gender, can now choose from every model we offer in these performance lines. There is no specific women’s offering for these bikes. They’re all women’s bikes. They’re all men’s bikes. Why are we doing this? To give more fit and color options to all riders, regardless of gender or size.

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500 Series OCLV achieves a superb balance of light weight, strength, and stiffness that's perfectly suited to the sophisticated frame technologies that distinguish Trek frames.

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As befits the world’s most advanced endurance racing bikes, we’ve developed the world’s most stable racing geometry. Still racy, but with a slightly higher head tube for better stability and greater comfort through the entire ride.

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Performance. Stability. Victory. Trek endurance geometry is a triple threat, maximizing control, handling, and responsiveness through perfectly tuned rider weight bias.

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Additional tire clearance allows Domane to go where no road bike has gone before. Race, ride, explore.

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Our sleek, race-optimized cable routing system virtually eliminates friction for the crispest shifting in any conditions. Three years in the making, and well worth the wait.

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All-new Flat Mount disc brakes are more elegant, lighter, smaller, and cleaner than traditional disc brakes, providing superior performance and stopping power under harsh conditions.

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The all-new micro-adjust seatmast is lightweight, strong, super aerodynamic, and easy to use. Even a millimeter change in geometry can alter your speed. Dial in your fastest, lowest-profile position ever with the all-new seatmast.

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    The Domane SL and SLR keep with Trek's 'endurance' geometry which offers shortened reaches and raised stacks compared to its race-focussed Emonda and Madone offerings. Steering geometry remains on the quicker side for the endurance road category, while the wheelbase is a tad longer than some.

  8. Trek Domane Frame Geometry (2017-2023)

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  9. Domane SL Gen 3 Frameset

    Discover your next great ride with Domane SL Disc Frameset. See the bike and visit your local Trek retailer. ... and its geometry that more closely mirrors a race bike without getting absurdly aggressive, the Domane gets a lot right." Read more "One of the best bikes you can buy right now" "The third-generation of Trek's Domane is not just the ...

  10. Domane SL 5

    Model 585458. Retailer prices may vary. Domane SL 5 is all about smooth riding, speed, and versatility. The lightweight OCLV Carbon frame has both Front and Rear IsoSpeed to smooth out bumps in the road and reduce fatigue so you can stay stronger on long adventures. It has a reliable Shimano 105 drivetrain, disc brakes for all-weather stopping ...

  11. Trek Domane Review

    The new Domane is everything great about the old bike, plus lighter and quicker. The Takeaway: Trek's best road bike gets faster, lighter, quicker, and better. Weight: 19.7lb. (SL 5) to 16 lb ...

  12. Geometry Details: Trek Domane SL 5 2022

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  13. 2018 Trek Domane SL 5

    The versatile and comfortable Trek Domane SL 6 put to the test. Highs. Versatile. Comfortable. Great spec. Lows. Slightly sluggish on steep hills. ... The Trek Domane SL7 endurance road bike comes in a wide variety of specs, prices and with disc or rim brakes. ... Geometry. Specs. Build. Frame: 500 Series OCLV Carbon, Front & Rear IsoSpeed, E2 ...

  14. Domane SL 6 Gen 3

    Domane SL 6 is an outstanding all-around road bike: race-worthy spec, a lightweight carbon frame, and Front and Rear IsoSpeed that soaks up fatiguing bumps so you can stay stronger longer. A sleek internal storage compartment gives you a versatile spot to stow tools and gear. Tubeless Ready Bontrager Paradigm wheels deliver extra confidence and ...

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  16. Geometry Details: Trek Domane SL 5 2021

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  19. Domane SL Gen 4 Frameset

    Fork. Domane SL carbon, tapered carbon steerer, internal brake routing, fender mounts, flat mount disc, 12x100mm thru axle. Frame fit. Endurance. Weight. 1391g - 56cm (frame-only, painted) 433g (fork-only, painted) Weight limit. This bike has a maximum total weight limit (combined weight of bicycle, rider, and cargo) of 275 pounds (125 kg).

  20. Domane SL 7

    57 Reviews / Write a Review. Model 586967. Retailer prices may vary. Domane SL 7 is a high-performance endurance road bike with an electronic Ultegra Di2 drivetrain for precision shifting in any conditions. A lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with Front and Rear IsoSpeed, carbon wheels, and hydraulic disc brakes keep it smooth and fast on long rides.

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  22. Geometry Details: Trek Domane 2019

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  23. Domane

    Heart of a road bike. Spirit of adventure. Domane is a performance road bike that delivers incredible endurance comfort without sacrificing speed. Wherever you ride it - paved roads, hard-packed gravel, or the cobblestones of the world's greatest one-day races - the Domane family is smooth, fast, and fun.