This bike is already a Paris-Roubaix champion
The Domane was designed to be the ultimate cobble-eating road bike, and the go-to for all-day adventurers — the perfect blend of comfort and performance. Now, with the all-new fourth generation Domane, Trek has made its “ode to the open road,” a bike that’s ready to top podiums and go anywhere, from your local gravel trails to the famed pavé of Paris-Roubaix.
The new Domane disc is lighter and faster than ever, and proved its bona fides when Elisa Longo Borghini rode it on her way to winning The Hell of the North this past April. But don’t let the racing pedigree scare you, this is a road bike for anyone who simply loves to ride. Those long, ambling trips on a breezy autumn Sunday? Oh yeah, Domane is great for those, too.
Here are three reasons why the new Domane is the perfect ride.
Lighter and faster than ever
“Comfortable” doesn’t mean “slow.” The Domane was born to race, winning Paris-Roubaix in 2013 with Fabian Cancellara, and Paris-Roubaix Femmes in 2021 and 2022 with Lizzie Deignan and Elisa Longo Borghini, respectively.
The fourth gen Domane disc is the lightest ever, thanks to its new lightweight frame design and premium OCLV carbon. And with updated Kammtail tube shaping, it’s also more aero. The new Domane is ready for action.
Ultimate comfort and versatility
The new Domane brings back rear IsoSpeed, which has been updated to help make your ride even smoother and more comfortable for the long haul. It works by separating the seatpost from the rest of the frame, providing seated compliance and much less road fatigue.
The Domane SL and SLR frames also feature tire clearance for up to 38c wide tires, allowing you to ride everything from smooth pavement to hard-packed gravel. (Or cobbles, if that’s your thing.)
Built for adventure
The SL and SLR models also feature top tube mounts and hidden downtube storage, so you’ll have plenty of space to pack snacks and tools for your all-day outing. Because there should be nothing holding you back from exploring the farthest reaches of your world.
Whether you like to ride fast or ride slow, or do a bit of both, the new Domane is there for you. Just start pedaling.