If you’re looking for a new whip, the Trek Domane fits 38s. New Domane models are available immediately at a shop near year. Up until now, if you wanted to run larger tire volume it was a MTB, gravel, or cross bike. I rode a previous model Domane and the only complaint I had was I wish I could get at least a 32 in it.
The Trek Domane fits 38s and it has a tunable suspension system that totally works. The all-new Domane SLR and SL models now feature aero shaping, internal cable routing, and built-in storage. It’s not lighter, cause it fits 38s so who cares. Trek makes light models, if you’re into that.
“This is by far the fastest Domane we’ve ever made,” said Jordan Roessingh, Trek’s Director of Product for Road Bikes. He continued:
The new design improves on all the best-loved parts of the previous generations. It’s smoother, more integrated, and more capable than ever, and it brings better performance to a broader audience.
New Domane SLR and SL models are equipped with Trek’s road-smoothing front and rear IsoSpeed. Trek’s road suspension was first introduced on the Domane platform in 2012. The bikes ship stock with disc brakes and 32c tires. Noteworthy that you could probably stuff a larger tire in there, there’s 4mm of clearance with 38s.
Trek ships the Domanes in bright, custom colors too. Finally, getting over the flat black matte style from years past. I think what Trek has done here is rethink what the “one bike for all” category is and did so with very little compromise.
Ask a Trek dealer about pricing. They offer 10 versions of the Domane with pricing starting at $3K and up to $12K. There’s a Domane for every budget and ride.…