Trek Emonda Alr First-Ride Review: Light And Fast, But Best On Smooth Roads

It wasn’t all that long ago that aluminum was considered largely obsolete as a frame material: too soft and heavy relative to carbon fiber, not as much zing or “life” as steel or titanium. But the material is nevertheless enjoying a strong resurgence, and Trek is the latest major brand to add fuel to that … The post Trek Emonda ALR first-ride review: Light and fast, but best on smooth roads appeared first on CyclingTips .

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