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Over the last few years, the original Trek Domane has established itself as one of the leading endurance bikes on the market. Now Trek has released a new model, with…

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trek madone

The Trek Madone might have had controversial origins, with its name coming from Lance Armstrong’s favourite training climb, but Trek has forged ahead with the updated model, which breaks new…

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When the original Trek Emonda was launched just before last year’s Tour de France, the cycling world took notice. With a frame weighing a staggering 690g, the top-of-the-range SLR 10…

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Trek Domane 5-2

A unique frame design from a household name brand, we put the Trek Domane 5.2 through its paces on some very punishing roads

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Trek Emonda

We take a look at what Trek calls “the lightest production road line ever”

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Trek frames are synonymous with quality and their faith in the product is backed up by life time warranty. The frame is Trek’s top drawer ‘Alpha aluminium’ whilst the fork…

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Trek Madone 2.1 at £1,000 is a solid dependable road bike for commuting and sportives

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Trek Cronus CX Pro

The Cronus's lightweight carbon frame features Trek's usual chunky tubing, giving a stiff and responsive ride able to take on even the toughest cyclo cross course.

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Trek Cronus CX

Cyclo cross is enjoying a thriving resurgence, and hardy cross machines have become extremely popular as do-it-all steeds.

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Trek Lexa S bike 2011

We test the second-from-bottom model from Trek's new women-specific cycle range

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Trek Pilot 2.0

Trek Pilot 2.0: Aluminium-framed offering from Trek priced £850

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Trek’s development of the Women’s Specific Design (WSD) range means that there are now six WSD bikes in the range, from the carbon Madone to the entry-level 1.2. Our Trek…

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