Trek Madone 9.0 brings normal bar and stem to aero superbike

Trek Madone 9.0 brings normal bar and stem to aero superbike

Interested in an aero bike but want something with a normal, adjustable cockpit and a pricetag that isn't five figures? Trek's new Madone 9.0 might be what you're after. Trek Madone 9 Series review Trek Madone 9.0 review Best aero road bikes: 13 of our top picks Trek Madone 9.0 highlights Same frame and fork as $12,000 / £12,000 / AU$13,499 Madone 9.9 Normal stem and adjustable aero handlebar Shimano Ultegra group with Madone Aero brakes Bontrager Aeolus Comp Tubeless Ready 50mm wheels 50-62cm sizes, four color options $3,999 / £3,500 / AU$5,499 Aero, but... In late 2015 Trek overhauled the Madone as an ultra-aero race machine, with not only cables but the brakes themselves hidden from the wind. The bike received plaudits from several cycling outlets including BikeRadar for its aero performance and its comfort, thanks largely to Trek's IsoSpeed flex design. But while the bike managed to avoid ...

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