It’s time for the final look at what tasty treats Trek will be bringing out for your shopping pleasure. Unleash the Trade Show Ninja…
If you have been inspired by Chris Froome’s performance in Le Tour or our British Olympic cyclists last year and want to get into road cycling without spending a huge amount of cash, then the 2014 One Series range should be perfect.
The innovative Domane is now available in aluminium and priced to compete against the all conquering Giant Defy 1. We expect our own Family Bike Guy will be keen to test this one!
If you have a bit more cash to spend on your first road bike then the carbon Domane frame will suit more than most. The clever frame soaks up a lot of the vibration and bumps that many new roadies struggle with.
The Madone aluminium range, featuring advanced frame technology on entry level models. Mid-range pricing at around £1000.
The fun starts right here with a mid-spec carbon Madone from £1500, for those riders looking for race geometry and carbon tech. The OCLV rides like a dream apparently!
If off-roading is more your thing then this should do nicely!
If a hardtail MTB is more your cup of tea then the 26″ XC MTB range is worth a look.
Trek have also updated the clothing and accessory ranges – here’s a few spy shots to wet your appetite.
Saving the best (and most expensive) for last. The Trek Project One. A complete custom bike, in road or MTB guise. For those with no budget limit!