News: Trek unveils Domane Disc endurance road bike

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Trek Doman Disc

Trek has rolled out a disc brake-equipped version of its popular Domane endurance road bike. The new rig comes in 4.0 and 6.9 iterations, has post mount disc brakes, and thru-axles front (15mm) and rear (12×142). It’s the Wisconsin-based company’s first disc-equipped road bike. [Read about the Trek Domane Classics.]

Like previous versions of the frame, the new bike utilizes Trek’s IsoSpeed decoupler, which separates the seat tube from the seat stays, allowing for subtle flex during rough road conditions.

Trek Domane Decoupler

To keep wheel options as wide open as possible, Trek’s employing its “Closed Convert” drop-out technology, which allows for conversion back to traditional quick-release set-up.

The top-tier Domane Disc 6.0 (MSRP: $7,900) has a 600 Series OCLV carbon frame outfitted with a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain and Shimano’s R785 hydraulic brakes and levers, and Bontrager’s new Affinity Elite TLR Road Disc tubeless-ready alloy wheels.

The 4.0 version (MSRP: $2,100) uses a 400 Series OCLV carbon frame spec’d with a Shimano Sora 9-speed drivetrain, Bontrager wheels and tires, and TRP HY/RD cable/hydro disc brakes with 160mm rotors.

Standard rim brake Domanes will continue to be offered in five versions. Here’s full spec details for both new bikes.

Trek Domane Disc 6.9 ($7,900) Specifications
  • Frame: 600 Series OCLV Carbon, IsoSpeed, disc balanced post mount, 142×12 Closed Convert dropouts, hidden fender mounts, E2, BB90, Ride Tuned seatmast, performance cable routing, DuoTrap compatible
  • Fork: Domane IsoSpeed full carbon disc, 15mm thru-axle, E2 asymmetric steerer
  • Wheels: Bontrager Affinity Elite Disc Tubeless Ready, 142×12 rear, 15mm front
  • Tires: Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
  • Shifters: Shimano R785 hydraulic Di2
  • Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2, braze-on
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
  • Crank: Shimano Dura-Ace, 50/34 (compact)
  • Bottom bracket: BB90
  • Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 11-28, 11 speed
  • Saddle: Bontrager Paradigm RXL, carbon rails
  • Seatpost: Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
  • Handlebar: Bontrager Race X Lite IsoZone, OCLV carbon, VR-CF, 31.8mm
  • Stem: Bontrager Race X Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
  • Grips: Bontrager gel cork tape
  • Headset: Integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, 1-1/8″ top, 1.5″ bottom
  • Brakeset: Shimano R785 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotor
Trek Domane Disc 4.0 ($2,100) Specifications
  • Frame: 400 Series OCLV Carbon, IsoSpeed, disc balanced post mount, 142×12 Closed Convert dropout, hidden fender mounts, E2, BB90, DuoTrap compatible
  • Fork: Trek IsoSpeed carbon disc, E2, 15mm thru-axle
  • Wheels: Bontrager alloy centerlock disc 15mm front hub, Bontrager alloy centerlock disc 142×12 rear hub, Bontrager Approved Tubeless Ready disc rim
  • Tires: Bontrager R1 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
  • Shifters: Shimano Sora, 9 speed
  • Front derailleur: Shimano Sora, braze-on
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano Sora
  • Crank: Shimano Sora, 50/34 (compact)
  • Bottom bracket: BB90
  • Cassette: Shimano HG50 11-32, 9 speed
  • Saddle: Bontrager Paradigm 1
  • Seatpost: Bontrager Alloy, 2-bolt head, 27.2mm, 8mm offset
  • Handlebar: Bontrager Race Blade VR-C, 31.8mm
  • Stem: Bontrager Race Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
  • Grips: Bontrager gel cork tape
  • Headset: Integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, 1-1/8″ top, 1.5″ bottom
  • Brakeset: TRP HY/RD cable/hydro disc, 160mm rotors
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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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  • Matt says:

    That was my first reaction, too. They could have gone with 105 and made it a bit less insulting for the price. The only component worth keeping are the brakes.

  • John says:

    Shimano won’t be shipping their new 11-speed mechanical shifters w/ hydraulic brakes until August.

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