Trek Boone Race Shop Limited Disc Frameset (2018) Long-Term Review

Trek Boone Race Shop Limited disc frameset (2018) long-term review

Trek’s relaunched its Boone last summer, introducing new frames shapes, new cable management and thru-axles, but most importantly added its proprietary IsoSpeed decoupling system to the front end. The best cyclocross bikes we've tested this year Cyclocross: what it is and how to get into it 2018 Trek Boone RSL specifications Frame: 600 Series OCLV carbon with IsoSpeed (flatmount) Fork: Trek IsoSpeed Cross (flatmount) Dropout: 12x100mm(F); 12x142mm(R) Bottom bracket: BB90 Seatpost: 135 or 175mm length; 5 or 20mm offset Max tire clearance: 40mm Size options: 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61 Weight (size 56): 4.08 lbs / 1.86 kg Firing on all cylinders for 2018 Despite having seen the Telenet Fidea Lions squad riding the Boone in early winter of 2017, Trek retailers weren’t seeing framesets until August 2017, with complete bikes hitting the showroom floor in October. The late arrival meant the new Boone was out of the running ...

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