A Unique Domane for Ellen Van Dijk

Have a look at the ins and outs of the Trek Domane that Ellen will debut at Paris-Roubaix

After claiming the European Championship title a few weeks ago, Ellen Van Dijk will be racing for the first time in a fresh strip. But, that won’t be the only item of fresh kit for Ellen. We’ve pulled out all the stops for the first-ever Paris-Roubaix Femmes with a brand new bike, never before raced by Trek-Segafredo athletes. Ellen and co. will be racing aboard the new Trek Domane in the eye-catching Prismatic Pearl colorway (available to you lucky guys through the Project ONE program!) Read on for the scoop.

No hills today! A huge 54-tooth SRAM 1x chainring to crank out the big watts.

A 10-33 tooth cassette paired with shifting from a SRAM Red AXS groupset.

We use a Wahoo Elemnt BOLT to track our progress and mentally tick off the cobbled sectors.

Ellen’s choice of handlebars are the Bontrager RSL Aero Isocore, and her brake lever position has been modified to make them easier to grab. Ellen is also running Bontrager Batcage bottle cages with rubber grippers to keep a hold of the Enervit bottles as she rattles over the cobbles.

Show me do-mane!

We've added extra SRAM blips to allow gear shifting from the tops of the handlebars

Follow our progress as we make history at the first-ever Paris-Roubaix Femmes through our Instagram and Twitter pages, and catch the live coverage on GCN+ and Eurosport.

And if by some mistake you haven’t already watched The Run Up – our inside road to Roubaix – then what are you waiting for? There’s no stopping this hype train!