Trek Reviews and News


New Trek Crockett cyclocross bike unveiled


Trek has unveiled a completely overhauled 2017 version of its popular Crockett cyclocross bike that boast several key upgrades and new technologies that make the disc-only bog hoppers more versatile, capable, and race ready.

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Trek releases Degenkolb custom paint scheme


Trek has unveiled a custom paint scheme that highlights the unique personality and talents of Trek-Segafredo star John Degenkolb. An accomplished pro, Degenkolb is best known for his talent early in the cycling season with wins at both Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix, two of cycling’s greatest monuments. The 28-year-old German will ride his custom Domane […]

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Trek Émonda SLR available with Contador custom paint


Trek has unveiled a custom paint scheme that honors the achievements of Trek-Segafredo rider Alberto Contador, one of the few pro cyclists to have won all three Grand Tours. Check out this beautiful bike.

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Trek CXC Cup gets cyclocross World Cup status for 2017


Trek will host a UCI World Cup cyclocross race on its home course in Waterloo, Wisconsin, September 24, 2017. The Trek CXC Cup, set to become the inaugural World Cup Waterloo, will feature a full weekend of events, including amateur and professional racing.

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Katie Compton’s customised Trek Boone cyclocross bike


Take a look at the undeniable greatest U.S. female cyclocross racer’s bike, Katie Compton’s highly customized Trek Boone. Highlights include a Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain, full Bontrager carbon cockpit, WickWerks 34×44 chainrings, and Knight carbon wheels wrapped with 33mm Clement MXP tires.

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Trek expands Domane line, adds Women’s Silque


Following the launch of the Domane SLR earlier this year, Trek’s expanding the bump-absorbing bike to more platforms.

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New Trek Domane SLR features adjustable rear decoupler


Building on what is already the company’s most popular road bike platform, Trek has unveiled the new Domane SLR with an adjustable IsoSpeed rear decoupler that allows fine tuning for terrain and a rider’s vertical compliance preference.

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Trek opens School of Certified Service


In a sign of the times where bike shops must be more than just retail outlets, Trek has opened its new School of Certified Service.

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Video: Top 10 road cycling innovations of 2015


With the end of the year fast approaching, it’s time to look back on the best in cycling technology from 2015. Check out this video that counts down the top 10 new road cycling products from the last 365 days.

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2016 Trek Madone aero road bike revealed


Another bike launch, another über integrated, wind cheating aero road machine hitting the market. This time it’s the gang from Trek who rolled out the latest iteration of its popular Madone.

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Trek launches Émonda ALR aluminum road bike


Trek is trickling down the same gram-cutting ethos of the original carbon fiber Émonda to the new alloy Émonda ALR.

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Trek issues voluntary quick release skewer recall


In a continued effort to ensure safer riding conditions for cyclists, Trek Bicycle is issuing a voluntary nationwide safety notice to riders, retailers, and the media relating to improper use of specific quick releases with disc brakes that has been discovered to result in a potential accident.

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Trek unveils Monument a fragrance by Spartacus


Crashes are accidental. A man’s essence is intentional. Now you too can smell like Fabian Cancellara.

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Trek’s Boone and Crockett CX bikes upgraded for 2015


Thru-axle forks, updated paint schemes, and revised spec highlight new cyclocross rigs.

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Review: Bontrager cold weather jacket, baselayer and socks


Outside bikes and drivetrains, Bontrager makes just about everything. That includes a vast line-up of clothing, everything from jackets and jerseys to socks and baselayers. Here are three of our favorite pieces — plus impressions of a lot more.

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News: Replica Trek Factory Racing Team bikes now available


Wisconsin-based bike maker Trek is making all three of its pro team’s primary race bikes available to the public via the company’s custom bike program.

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Cyclocross Race Bike Shootout: Trek Boone 9 Disc Review


Versatile bike with exceptional compliant ride and top-end parts that can do double duty as ‘cross race and adventure roadster.

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In the Queue: What’s next in the RoadBikeReview test lineup


In the Queue: RoadBikeReview’s new weekly look at the gear and bikes we’re testing, starting with products from Garmin and MORSA Design, plus three race-ready cyclocross bikes.

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Update: Jens Voigt smashes hour record


German is first rider to eclipse 50-kilometer mark. See a full video replay here.

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Pro Bike Gallery: Katie Compton’s Trek Boone 9 fleet


U.S. national champ has disc and canti cross bike options to choose from. Find out which one she currently prefers.

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Photo Gallery: 2014 Boulder Cup Cyclocross Race


Jeremy Powers and Katie Compton dominate at Colorado’s Valmont Bike Park.

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Review: Trek Émonda SLR 8 with Shimano Dura-Ace mechanical


New racey climber bike ticks all the right boxes — and yes, it’s really light.

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Pro Bike: Jens Voigt’s Colorado Chrome Trek Madone


The affable German who coined the famous phrase Shut Up Legs has finally decided to call it a career. To commemorate the occasion, Trek made him a very special bike.

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$3k Endurance Bike Shootout: And the winners are…


Find out which bikes our test team anointed Best Gran Fondo Racer, Best Climber, Best Pure Gravel Road Racer, and Best In Test.

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$3k Endurance Bike Shootout: Trek Domane 4.7 Review


This Sharp looking steed boasts a complete 11-speed Shimano Ultegra 6800 drivetrain and delivers a silky smooth ride. See what else our review team discovered during the $3,000 Endurance Bike Shootout.

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First Look: Trek Lync commuter bike with integrated lights


The Trek Lync is a glimpse into an ‘electronics integrated’ future with powerful lights built right into the frame.

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Mega Tech Gallery: Race bikes for all 22 Tour de France teams


Every member of the pro peloton has access to a dedicated time trial machine, plus at least two or three road bikes. Aero, lightweight, compliant – there’s usually a bike that focuses specifically on one of those coveted characteristics. Here are some – but certainly not all – of those beautiful race machines.

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First Look: New Trek Émonda, world’s lightest production road bike?


Trek has officially released the new Émonda, which it claims is the world’s lightest production road line. The new line includes the 10.25-pound Émonda SLR 10, again claimed to be the lightest production road bike.

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Contest: Trek Émonda SLR Giveaway


Enter to Win a NEW Trek Émonda SLR Frameset! This contest open to all residents WORLDWIDE!

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$3K Endurance Bike Shootout: Meet the combatants


Endurance bikes are built to be both comfortable — and efficient and powerful. Or put another way, they are the bikes that best suit most of us most of the time. Here we provide a first look at the seven major brand bikes we’ll be testing, and pass on a few initial impressions.

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News Update: $85k in stolen Trek bikes now recovered


A trailer containing 36 high-end Trek demo bikes was stolen from behind the Folsom Bike shop in California last week, and later found empty and burning alongside a highway.

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News: Trek unveils Domane Disc endurance road bike


New rig comes in 4.0 and 6.9 iterations, has post mount disc brakes, and thru-axles front (15mm) and rear (12×142).

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Video: Greg LeMond can fix a flat, too


Not to be outdone by longtime rival Lance Armstrong, three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond shows us he can fix a flat tire, too.

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First Look: Trek Domane Classics Edition Road Bike


Ride what the pros race is a common marketing refrain in the cycling world, but in this case it’s actually true.

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Pro Bike: Katie Compton’s Trek Boone 9 – 2014 Cyclocross National Championships


Compton’s new bikes differ greatly from Sven Nys’ Trek Boone bikes not only in size and color scheme, but in component and brake selection.

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Revealed: New Trek Boone Cyclocross Bike


Last week, Trek announced its new sponsorship deal with reigning cyclocross world champion Sven Nys and his Crelan-AA Drink team. This week we find out about the new bike Nys and fellow Trek-sponsored rider Katie Compton will be riding.

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Pro Bike: Katie Compton’s Trek Crockett Cyclocross Bike


Similar to the aluminum prototype Trek cyclocross bike Compton rode to another National title last year in Madison, though with her own custom National Champ paint scheme, the frame is now available to the masses as The Crockett.

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New Trek Domane Classics Edition Bike


Just in time for the Christmas shopping season, you can now buy an exact replica of the bike Fabian Cancellara rides in the spring classics. MSRP: $11,520 with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and Bontrager carbon wheels.

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Feature: Former Trek Exec Seeking New Ride as Wisconsin Governor


Touting job growth, economic development, and a spirit of pragmatic cooperation, former Trek Bicycle Corporation executive Mary Burke officially threw her helmet in the ring for the 2014 Wisconsin governor’s race.

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Fabian Cancellara’s Trek Speed Concept Time Trial Bike


On September 22, Fabian Cancellara and the rest of the world’s top time trialists will be on the hunt for rainbow stripes when they take on the 56.8km world championships course in Italy from Montecatini Terme to Florence. Here’s a look at the bike the Swiss speedster will be piloting.

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Pro Bike: Jens Voigt’s Custom Trek Madone


Everyone’s favorite German cyclist just got two pieces of great news. He signed a new contract to ride for the Trek-sponsored WorldTour team next year — and a very special custom painted Trek Madone.

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Trek Taking Project One On The Road


In a move to “bring art and style” to cycling events across North America, Trek is bringing its Project One experience on the road. Check it out to find out how you can create your very own personalized bike.

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Video: Road Racing’s Most Iconic Road Bikes


Most iconic bikes? Everyone has their favorites. Indurain’s Pinarello Sword, LeMond’s 1989 Tour de France time trial machine, Armstrong’s Trek OCLV frames. Here’s a look at 10 bikes that will make any bike junkie drool.

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Photo Gallery: San Francisco Airport Police Bike


There’s nothing sexy about an aluminum 26-inch hardtail mountain bike with toe-clip pedals, bar ends, and cantilever brakes. Unless of course you stripe the word “Police” across the top tube.

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Just in: Trek Domane 5.2 Road Bike


Trek announced the Domane platform last March, just in time for the Spring Classics. Developed in conjunction with Spartacus himself, Fabian Cancellara was set to take on the famed cobbles of Paris Roubaix aboard the new Domane. Unfortunately, he suffered a collarbone break just a week before the race. Instead, Cancellara rode the Domane to […]

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US Pro Champion Timothy O’Donnell To Ride Trek in 2013


It was announced recently that multi-time US Pro Triathlon champion and 2009 ITU long-course World Champion Timothy O’Donnell has signed onto the powerhouse Trek/K-Swiss triathlon team. After a highly successful 2012 season where he won a second US Professional 70.3 Championship and several podium finishes, O’Donnell looks to carry the momentum into 2013. “We’re proud […]

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One Last Great Thing by John Burke of Trek Bikes


Trek Bicycles was founded back in 1976 by Richard Burke and his friend Bevil Hogg. They started in a small red barn in Waterloo, Wisconsin. Today, Trek is one of the largest bicycle companies in the world, headed by Richard’s son John. John and his father, “The Big Guy” as Richard would become known, would […]

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Lance Armstrong Officially Stripped of His 7 Tour Titles


UCI takes away Lance Armstrong’s seven wings and bans him from competition for life. “Lance Armstrong has no place in cycling, and he deserves to be forgotten in cycling.” says Pat McQuid.

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Featured User Review: Trek 1.1 Road Bike


Featured User Review: Trek 1.1 Road Bike by Jeffry2812 Price Paid: $500.00 Overall Rating: 4 of 5 Value Rating: 4 of 5 Strengths: This is an EXCELLENT entry level bike! Emphasis on ENTRY LEVEL. I have put over 3000 miles on it, and am still able to honestly say money WELL spent, even though if […]

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Trek Madone Line and Full Line of Domane Models Unveiled


All-new Trek Madone Brings New Era of No-Compromise Performance to Road Cycling “Fast-is-everything” Madone line and full line of Domane models unveiled (Waterloo, WI/Stavelot, Belgium) – Trek Bicycle today launched an entirely new generation of its eight-time Tour de France-winning road bike with the all-new Madone line. Adopting the mantra of “fast is everything,” the […]

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