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Endurance:  Domane

The Domane is our best-selling Trek road bike ever.  What makes the Domane's ride unique among all endurance road bikes is Trek's IsoSpeed Decoupler.  

To decouple means to separate.  The Domane's seat tube can flex independently of the rest of the top-tube-to-seat-tube junction.  This allows the frame to soak up impacts to the rear wheel -- think cobblestones -- and to do this better than any other frame on the market.  

Want to see this in action without getting on the bike?  Put both hands on the saddle, stand on tip-toes, and ram down on the saddle.  Watch the seat tube flex.  The decoupler does exactly what Trek says it will, making it ideal for Vermont's variable pavement and for choosing the path less taken -- the dirt road.

Other key elements include:

IsoSpeed fork throws in an extra curve right above the dropout to soften up front wheel impacts.
Geometry more relaxed than Madone, longer wheelbase

Available in both carbon and aluminum, including WSD (women's-specific design).  Click on a link.  Then on the Trek page click on "feature tour" for features:

6 Series Domane (carbon)
5 Series Domane (carbon)
4 Series Domane (carbon)
2 Series Domane (aluminum)
Lexa SLX (aluminum)

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Domane 5.9 Dura Ace -- $4,700

5 Series Domane frame
Full Dura Ace 9000 -- almost unheard of for an elite carbon bike for under 5 grand -- only compromise is an Ultegra cassette
Bontrager Race Lite Tubeless Ready wheels -- at 1520 grams, Race Lites are true racing wheels 
Also available with Ultegra Di2 or SRAM Red, same price

Performance:  Madone

Trek's lightest, most nimble frame.  The 7 and 6 Series Madones are unique among carbon-frame bikes offered by U.S. companies, because they are made in the U.S.  

The 2 through 5 Series Madones offer your the Madone experience at hard-to-beat price points.

Click on a link.  Then on the Trek page click on "feature tour" for features:

7 Series Madone (carbon)
6 Series Madone (carbon)
5 Series Madone (carbon)
4 Series Madone (carbon)
3 Series Madone (carbon)
2 Series Madone (aluminum)

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Madone 5.9 Dura-Ace -- $4,500

5 Series Madone frame
Full Dura Ace 9000 -- almost unheard of for an elite carbon bike for under 5 grand -- only compromise is an Ultegra cassette
Bontrager Race Lite Tubeless Ready wheels -- at 1520 grams, Race Lites are true racing wheels 
Also available with Ultegra Di2 electronic or SRAM Red, same price

Tri/TT:  Speed Concept

Designed with input from some of the world's best triathletes and time trialers the Speed Concept is exactly what the name infers.  Attention to every detail results in Trek's stiffest, most aero design ever.  Click on a link.  Then on the Trek page click on "feature tour" for features:

9 Series Speed Concept
7 Series Speed Concept

Cyclocross:  Boone and Crockett

After years of producing solid 'cross bikes, Trek upped the ante and came up with a couple of world-beaters, one carbon, one aluminum, naming them after the two most legendary woodsmen in U.S. history, Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett.  Add Gary Fisher's Cronus CX design, and Trek's 'cross quiver has three potent arrows to choose from.  Click on a link.  Then on the Trek page click on "feature tour" for features:

Boone (carbon)
Crockett (aluminum)
Cronus CX (carbon)

Comfort Cyclocross:  CrossRip

Do it all on one bike -- commute in all kinds of weather, ride dirt roads, and hold your own in group rides.  Several models with disc brakes for added stopping power and longevity.  Click on a link.  Then on the Trek page click on "feature tour" for features:

CrossRip