New Trek Domane Classics Edition Bike

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Now you too can own the bike Fabian Cancellara rides during the cobbled classics.

Trek has made its Domane Classics Edition bike available to the general public. The bike designed specifically for Fabian Cancellara’s conquest of the cobbled classics, and formerly only available to Cancellara and his WorldTour teammates, will run you $11,520 and is available through the Wisconsin-based bike maker’s Project One custom bike program.

The Domane Classics Edition is purpose-built for rough road riding, and is designed around a frame with what Trek calls pro endurance geometry where a lower head tube and longer wheel base allow for a more aggressive riding position. Head tube length on a size 56cm is 12cm versus 17.5cm on a standard Domane 6.9.

Other frame highlights include increased tire clearance, a one-piece steel derailleur hanger/dropout that helps maintain smooth and precise shifting even on rough cobbled roads. And of course it doesn’t come with fender mounts like its consumer-oriented cousin.

Spec highlights include a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain and Bontrager Aeolus 3 D3 carbon wheels. You can see full spec details below.

“It’s very cool that Trek makes ‘my’ bike available to consumers,” said Cancellara. “It’s a very special bike for me. Together Trek and I have put a lot of time and energy in the development of the Domane and I’m happy that it’s out there now.”

The highlight of the frame is the IsoSpeed where the seat tube is isolated from the rest of the top tube.

The Domane Classics Edition is built around Trek’s IsoSpeed frame design, which increases compliance by isolating the seat tube from the rest of the top tube.

The custom-painted limited edition frames are hand built at Trek’s Waterloo facility and are available in frame sizes from 54cm to 62cm. The Domane Classics Edition will only be available as a complete bike build.

Full Spec Details
  • Frame: 600 Series OCLV Carbon, E2, BB90, DuoTrap compatible, IsoSpeed
  • Fork: Domane IsoSpeed full carbon, E2 asymmetric steerer
  • Wheels: Bontrager Aeolus 3 D3
  • Tires: Bontrager R4 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
  • Shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace STI Di2, 11 speed
  • Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2, braze-on
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
  • Crank: Shimano Dura-Ace, 53/39 (double)
  • Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 11-25, 11 speed
  • Saddle: Bontrager Team Issue
  • Seatpost: Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
  • Handlebar: Bontrager Race X Lite IsoZone, OCLV carbon, VR-CF, 31.8mm
  • Stem: Bontrager Race XXX Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
  • Headset: Cane Creek IS-8 integrated, stainless cartridge bearings, 1-1/8 to 1.5
  • Brakeset: Shimano Dura-Ace
  • Sizes: 54, 56, 58, 60, 62cm

More Info at www.TrekBikes.com.

New Trek Domane Classics Edition Bike Gallery
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Bred For Cobbles

Trek's Domane was designed specifically for the rough roads of Paris-Roubaix. It also makes a great gravel road adventure bike.
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His Bike

Cancellara liked the Domane so much, he now uses for nearly all his racing.
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Winner

Cancellara owns three Paris-Roubaix wins, plus two victories of the equally brutal Tour of Flanders.
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Flex Time

The Domane Classics Edition is built around Trek’s IsoSpeed frame design, which increases compliance by isolating the seat tube from the rest of the top tube.
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Shimano Spec

The bike comes stock with a complete Shimano Dura Ace Di2 build.
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Shorter

The Domane Classics edition head tube length on a size 56cm is 12cm versus 17.5cm on a standard Domane 6.9.
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The Domane Classics Edition

Available to all now.
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The Domane Classics Edition

About the author: Jason Sumner

An avid cyclist, Jason Sumner has been writing about two-wheeled pursuits of all kinds since 1999. He’s covered the Tour de France, the Olympic Games, and dozens of other international cycling events. He also likes to throw himself into the fray, penning first-person accounts of cycling adventures in British Columbia, Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, and Peru among many others. Sumner, who joined the RoadBikeReview.com / Mtbr.com staff in January, 2013, has also done extensive gear testing and edited a book on cycling tips. When not writing or riding, the native Coloradoan can be found enjoying the great outdoors with his wife Lisa.


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  • robert miksche says:

    Just ordered one yesterday…excited for this bike!!!!

  • Mark Wynn says:

    $11,520? … I’ll jump right on that.

  • bikerbill says:

    Did he not have the Aeolus 5 D5 on his bike for the races. Picture in Bicycle Mag 2 page advertisement did. I believe the 5′s are thought to be the best for toughness and speed and crosswinds. I bought this bike w/ the 9000 w/o the Di2, the 5′s, but with the extended or regular head tube March 2013. Love the bike, great ride, put 10,000 miles on it, neuromas 100 mi rides, in the summer we have the local Tues nite pace line ride, 50 mi, I can pull at 24-25mph, others 27+mph. Riding now on the trainer.

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