Trek is offering their Madone and Domane in more frame geometries than ever before. If you are looking for a new road bike, look no further. Trek has you covered with 4 different fits to cover everyone’s needs.
1) All series of Madone are offered in H2 geometry. It gives you a race tuned, yet comfortable fit on the bike. From Trek’s website, “H2 features a slightly higher head tube to put less strain on your back and neck. It’s the right way to get most riders, including many of our Pro Team riders, in the right place. With no need for high -rise stems or spacer stacks, the look is nothing but pro.”
2) Trek also offers the Madone 6 series, 7 series, and Project One bikes in their most aggresive fit, H1:”H1 was developed for athletes with extraordinary range of pelvic rotation, superior core stability, and the desire to get low and aero. It offers the lowest hand position options available for Madone, and is the choice of many of our Pro Team riders.”
3) With the introduction of the Domane in 2013 Trek brought with it Endurance Fit. Endurance fit can be found on all series of the Trek Domane, “As befits Domane, the world’s most advanced endurance racing bike, we’ve developed the world’s most comfortable racing geometry. Still racy, but with a slightly higher head tube. You’re more balanced over the bike for stability, and your back stays more comfortable through the entire ride.”
4) This year Trek is offering up the Domane Classics Edition. The same fit that Fabian Cancellera used to conquer the classics with last year. Pro Endurance Geometry is, “Race-ready geometry is designed for ultimate pro performance. Pro Endurance puts you in a low and aggressive position with an ultra-low stack height, and the specially designed front end features race-specific trail for quicker handling.”
With the Trek Madone and Trek Domane each coming in 2 distinctive frame geometries, finding the perfect Trek bike for your needs is easier. For more information check out our post Trek Madone or Trek Domane – Choose Your Weapon. or Come to Village Cycle Center or give us a call at 312-751-2488 to speak to a bike expert. We want to help you choose the right fit!