When Trek began in 1976, their mission was simple: Build the best bikes in the world. Today, they've more or less accomplished that goal by becoming one of the world's largest bicycle manufacturers in the world. Trek have their headquarters in Waterloo, Wisconsin USA, where all of their bikes are designed. Their high-end carbon fibre Madone and Domane models are manufactured domestically as well, ensuring that they of the absolute highest quality.
Light, fast bikes designed to fly over pavement. For racing, or recreating, or both.
Trek started out making handcrafted road bikes. Their founding mission: build the best bikes in the world. And that's exactly what we do, from our legendary Pro Tour race bikes to refined, affordable all-aluminium models. Their arsenal of exclusive technology offers a solution for every obstacle you might find on the ride. They own the road, and so can you.
The Madone 6/7 Series are racing royalty. It has a super-aero frame with an ultra lightweight feel for precision control, allowing you to descend and climb with confidence. Raced by the likes of Chris Horner (above) in the 2013 Vuelta a Espana, it has been road-tested to the maximum.
The Madone is Trek's speed-demon thanks to aero features such as its brakeless seatstay (below left), giving a clean look, and their patented Kammtail Virtual Foil (KVF) tube shapes (below right), with the 'virtual tail' of the airfoil bending to respond to the angle of the most common crosswinds, significantly reducing drag in the real world, where it really matters. It's like getting 25 free watts.
Made famous by Fabian Cancellara and his 'Sparticus' themed Domane 6 Series during the 2013 Spring Classics, the Domane 6 Series has proved itself time and time again on some of Europe's most pot-holed and cobbled roads there is.
Conquering the likes of the Arenberg Trench during the Paris-Roubaix classic, and the Koppenberg during the Tour of Flanders, the Domane provides unrivalled comfort thanks to its uniqie ISO Speed technology (below left), a seatpost decoupler that seperates the seat post from the bike's frame, virtually eliminating shocks recieved from rough road and gravel. This is a result of an 18-month study by Trek in to how a racing cycle behaves over rough road. It also has specific endurance geometry (below right) - proof of Trek's attention to detail in everything!