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Leaked Photo of 2020 Trek Domane?

Old 07-24-19, 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by OhioJTrek View Post
Maybe they are offering a Project 1 option? That color reminds me of a Project 1 only color way
Yeah that's project one.
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Old 07-24-19, 05:55 PM
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Hmmm. That Project One reminds me of another thing - I hope that, like the Madone, they offer both SL and SLR versions that are the same other than the carbon/layup. IOW, same IsoSpeed for both frames, rather than the standard (SL) and adjustable (SLR).
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Originally Posted by HarborBandS View Post
I saw this photo in a Trek fan Facebook group, and grabbed a screenshot. According to another poster in the Cyclocross and Gravel sub forum, it launches this Friday and might have clearance for 38mm tires. I canít confirm anything about it, or even that it is a Domane at all. BUT...

-Itís not a Madone or Emonda.
-The color scheme matches already-launched 2020 Domane+ ebike.
CyclingTips put an article up early and then deleted it, but it still shows up in a Google search as do all the photos. Search for 2020 Trek Domane. I'd post them, but it won't let me because I'm new.
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Old 07-25-19, 06:28 AM
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looks like cycling tips have pulled the trigger too early:
https://cyclingtips.com/2019/07/2020...t-ride-review/

Posted 15 hours ago but it says page cannot be displayed when attempting to access it.
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Old 07-25-19, 06:36 AM
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That color looks like Trek trying to be Specialized.


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Old 07-25-19, 06:58 AM
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Not a bad thing. There's an article up on Granfondo-Cycling about all the new models, and some of the bikes are also now on the Trek AU website.
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Old 07-25-19, 07:21 AM
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2020 Domane SLR frame set now up on Trekís website, but no bikes yet.
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Old 07-25-19, 07:59 AM
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Originally Posted by WhyFi View Post
Hmmm. That Project One reminds me of another thing - I hope that, like the Madone, they offer both SL and SLR versions that are the same other than the carbon/layup. IOW, same IsoSpeed for both frames, rather than the standard (SL) and adjustable (SLR).
It looks like the SLR has non-adjustable IsoSpeed.

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It's in Spanish but pretty detailed...

https://www.matosvelo.fr/index.php?p...-et-polyvalent
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Old 07-25-19, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
It looks like the SLR has non-adjustable IsoSpeed.

Based on what - the photos? It's often impossible to see the adjustment slider on the Madone SLRs from that angle, too, but we know it's there -

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Originally Posted by yarbrough462 View Post
It's in Spanish but pretty detailed...

https://www.matosvelo.fr/index.php?p...-et-polyvalent
Yeah - adjustable. I have to assume that this is an SLR though, due to the Project One paint. Hopefully it's the same on the SL.

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That's funny - they're using the space under the DT bottle holder as storage space. I guess that's better than letting it go to waste if, like me, you don't have an electronic groupset.
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Originally Posted by WhyFi View Post
That's funny - they're using the space under the DT bottle holder as storage space. I guess that's better than letting it go to waste if, like me, you don't have an electronic groupset.
why wouldn't Di2 users be able to use this area for storage as well?
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
why wouldn't Di2 users be able to use this area for storage as well?
On the current models, that's where the battery and some other stuff goes. Or so I hear. I've never opened that hatch, but I think that it just opens up to the inside of the frame - no compartmentalization.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
why wouldn't Di2 users be able to use this area for storage as well?
If they did, where would they store their Gummy Bears?
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Originally Posted by WhyFi View Post
On the current models, that's where the battery and some other stuff goes. Or so I hear. I've never opened that hatch, but I think that it just opens up to the inside of the frame - no compartmentalization.
Mine is in the seat tube, but it's an older model.

from the Matos Velo post.

"The Domane inaugurates a clever storage system, called BITS. The latter takes place on the diagonal tube, under the fixing of the bottle cage. A small lift makes it easy to open the hatch (even if a bottle cage is fixed on it) in which there is a neoprene cover in which you can store CO2 cartridge + striker -or a mini pump-, an inner tube, a mini tool and two tire tools. For the mini tool, only the smallest Bontrager model can fit into the slot under the cover. "

It doesn't say anything about Di2 users being excluded from using this for storage.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
Mine is in the seat tube, but it's an older model.

from the Matos Velo post.

"The Domane inaugurates a clever storage system, called BITS. The latter takes place on the diagonal tube, under the fixing of the bottle cage. A small lift makes it easy to open the hatch (even if a bottle cage is fixed on it) in which there is a neoprene cover in which you can store CO2 cartridge + striker -or a mini pump-, an inner tube, a mini tool and two tire tools. For the mini tool, only the smallest Bontrager model can fit into the slot under the cover. "

It doesn't say anything about Di2 users being excluded from using this for storage.
I understand - I'm just telling you what they use the compartment for on the current model -



And it looks like the same story for the Madone - battery and junction box(?) in that compartment.
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Bah. A number of reviews have been posted - only the SLR is going to have adjustable IsoSpeed. You'd think it'd be cheaper/easier to just use one type of mold, but they're going to continue to let that be a differentiating factor (along with the cf type).
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Originally Posted by colnago62 View Post
I was at the Trek store when their Domane came in. It doesnít have adjustable suspension. It does have a threaded BB. It will except 32 tires with fenders. The one I saw had Sram on it.
So, no 32mm tires? Bummer.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
Mine is in the seat tube, but it's an older model.

from the Matos Velo post.

"The Domane inaugurates a clever storage system, called BITS. The latter takes place on the diagonal tube, under the fixing of the bottle cage. A small lift makes it easy to open the hatch (even if a bottle cage is fixed on it) in which there is a neoprene cover in which you can store CO2 cartridge + striker -or a mini pump-, an inner tube, a mini tool and two tire tools. For the mini tool, only the smallest Bontrager model can fit into the slot under the cover. "

It doesn't say anything about Di2 users being excluded from using this for storage.
That's awesome. Speaking of clean lines and everything, good bye saddle bag!
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Originally Posted by teejaywhy View Post
So, no 32mm tires? Bummer.
Not sure where you got that info. On Trekís official site for the 2020 Domane redesign it says it accommodates up to 38c tires in a couple of places.
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Originally Posted by CarloM View Post
Not sure where you got that info. On Trekís official site for the 2020 Domane redesign it says it accommodates up to 38c tires in a couple of places.
colnago62, whose post I quoted.
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