All-new Trek Boone 5 Disc first look

All-new Trek Boone 5 Disc first look

Trek’s recently launched Boone introduces new frame shapes, new cable management and thru-axles, but most importantly its proprietary IsoSpeed decoupling system is now found on the front end. The best cyclocross bikes we've tested this year Cyclocross: what it is and how to get into it The new Trek Crockett looks perfect for privateer cyclocross racers 2018 Trek Boone 5 Disc specifications Frame: 600 Series OCLV carbon w/ IsoSpeed (flatmount; 12x142) Fork: Trek IsoSpeed Cross (flatmount; 12x100) Drivetrain: SRAM Rival 1 Bottom bracket: BB90 Wheels: Bontrager TLR Tyres: Bontrager CX3 Team Issue 32mm (120tpi) Saddle: Bontrager Montrose Comp Size options: 49/50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61 Weight (size 56): 18.05 lbs / 8.39 kg Price: £2,800 / $3,299 In search of speed Despite seeing professional racers riding the Boone last season, Trek delayed the Boone’s release until the product satisfied its own standards, which included the watchful eyes of Sven ...

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