Trek Domane SLR 6 Disc - 2017

Sometimes you get up before dawn to bag a century before lunch, and sometimes the best roads are the least maintained; Trek's Domane SLR will revolutionize how you experience long days and rough roads, making your favorite rides even more m ...(Read More)

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Sometimes you get up before dawn to bag a century before lunch, and sometimes the best roads are the least maintained; Trek's Domane SLR will revolutionize how you experience long days and rough roads, making your favorite rides even more memorable. Developed in close coordination with the cobbles-racing master, Fabian Cancellara, this long-range rocket offers a rear IsoSpeed system that allows you to adjust and dial in the compliance based on your terrain, riding style, and personal preference. Trek took endurance-oriented comfort further though, adding IsoSpeed to the front end by decoupling the steerer tube from the head tube, increasing compliance by 10%. Trek knew they had something special in Front IsoSpeed but the effect could be amplified with a new handlebar to address higher frequency vibration, so Bontrager responded with the IsoCore handlebar. Constructed with a continuous inner layer of a thermoplastic elastomer encased in OCLV carbon, the IsoCore handlebar reduces high-frequency vibration by 20%.

The Domane SLR 6 Disc is built with Trek's 600 series OCLV carbon, ensuring low weight and further enhancing the comfort of your ride. The BB90 bottom bracket directs all your power to the road so that you're as efficient as you are comfortable. Bontrager's tubeless-ready Affinity Comp wheels and 32mm-wide R3 tires offer a supple grip through sweeping descents and strength across pock-marked country roads. A full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain gives you smooth, efficient shifting and enough range to tackle the most daunting mountain passes, while powerful hydraulic disc brakes give you unprecedented control and modulation. The Domane SLR incorporates hidden fender mounts for those epic Rule #9 days, a 3S chain keeper for confidence across rough roads, and DuoTrap S integration for sleek data transmission. The Ride Tuned seatmast further reduces weight, and the Domane Control Center will house an internal Di2 battery just under the down tube water bottle cage.

Trek IsoSpeed Front

IsoSpeed Front

Front IsoSpeed provides an additional 10% of front-end compliance over a traditional road bike, reducing hard hits and vibration without sacrificing efficiency or control.

Trek Adjustable IsoSpeed Rear

Adjustable IsoSpeed Rear

Adjustable rear IsoSpeed allows you to fine-tune your compliance level to suit your body, ride style, and terrain, providing a greater range of compliance than the previous Domane.

Trek IsoCore Handlebar

IsoCore Handlebar

Bontrager’s IsoCore handlebar improves damping of high-frequency vibrations. A continuous inner layer encased in OCLV Carbon reduces vibrations by 20% over standard carbon handlebars.

Trek Control Center

Control Center

At the heart of the new Domane is an integrated control center that houses the battery port for electronic drivetrains. The control center is tucked into the downtube for accessibility, aerodynamics, and ease of use.

Trek Ride Tuned Seatmast

Ride Tuned Seatmast

Designed for the rigors of pro racing, it’s among the lightest, most comfortable solution for day-in, day-out performance and comfort, however rough the roads or hard the riding.

Trek Power Transfer Construction

Power Transfer Construction

Power Transfer Construction helps you get the most out of every pedal stroke by applying more of your pedaling power to the road by optimizing the connection of the head tube, down tube, bottom bracket, and rear wheel.

Trek 3s Chain Keeper

3s Chain Keeper

The 3s chain keeper is an elegant solution that ensures flawless shifting, even on rough roads and under heavy loads.

Trek Vanishing Fender Mounts

Vanishing Fender Mounts

Discreet mounts accommodate full fenders for added utility, and disappear when not used.

Flat Mount Brakes

Flat Mount Brakes

Flat mount disc brakes are lighter, smaller, and more elegant than traditional disc brakes.

BB90

BB90

BB90 is the widest bottom bracket standard currently available on a road bike. Trek has molded bearing cups directly into the carbon of the frame to allow easy, drop-in bearing installation. This adds up to a stiff and strong junction with seat tube, down tube, and bottom bracket for maximum power transfer with simple maintenance.

Specs

Frame 600 Series OCLV carbon, front/rear IsoSpeed decouplers, 142 x 12mm thru-axle
Fork Trek Domane carbon, tapered steerer, flat mount disc brake, 100 x 12mm thru-axle
Rims/Wheels Bontrager Affinity Comp Disc, tubeless-ready
Tires Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700 x 32c
Crankset Shimano Ultegra
Chainrings 50/34
Bottom Bracket BB90
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra, braze-on
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra
Rear Cogs Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed: 11-28
Shifters Shimano RS685
Handlebars Bontrager Pro IsoCore, carbon
Tape/Grips Bontrager Gel Cork
Stem Bontrager Pro, 7 degree
Brake Levers Shimano RS685 hydraulic
Brakes Shimano RS805 hydraulic disc, flat mount
Saddle Bontrager Affinity Elite, titanium rails
Seatpost Bontrager Ride-Tuned carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
Accessories & Extras 3S chain keeper, vanishing fender mounts

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Pros

  • Adjustable rear 
  • Carbon bars 
  • Disk 
  • Iso front 
  • Wider tire size 

Cons

  • No project one wdisk 
  • Price 
  • Spoke count for larger riders 

Best Uses

  • All riding 

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5

Way better than expected

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Pros

  • Adjustable Rear
  • Disk
  • Iso Front
  • Carbon Bars
  • Wider Tire Size

Cons

  • No Project One Wdisk
  • Spoke Count For Larger Riders
  • Price

Best Uses

  • All Riding

Comments:

First road bike in over 30 years. I'm still quite heavy, but the bike handles great. Sooths out the rough farm roads as good if not better than my front suspension only mountain bike. Way comfortable too. seems odd that the carbon fiber is not protected better. 5K+ on a bike says this thing better never get scratches but no protective tape where typical wear happens.

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