Trek Émonda Team Slr9 Disc Project 1 Review

Trek Émonda Team SLR9 Disc Project 1 review

With the original Émonda, Trek set out to upset the apple cart by making a full production bike that could beat the most exclusive niche brands at their own lightweight game — the resulting frame weighing 690g. Trek Madone SLR 9 Disc first ride review I want to build the world’s nicest Trek Emonda ALR The original was a fine lightweight bike, but its ride was harder than the plush Domane and Trek’s IsoSpeed-equipped aero Madone. This new generation bike sees improved compliance in the frame and it’s lighter still at just 665g for this disc brake version. When you add in a new disc fork at 350g, the SLR9 Disc is one svelte chassis. Every size and every configuration of the SLR will be available in both H1 and H2 fit for both disc and rim brake frames. If you favour a longer, lower position go for the H1, ...

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