Although in Dutch, you'll understand the pictures:http://www.fiets.nl/2012/03/30/trek-dom ... or-fabian/
What will follow is a google translate, translated preview:
Domane Trek: the bike for Fabian.
March 30, 2012 | By Donna | Posted in Bike News, Homepage, News
Nope, not the new Madone. But Domane. A road bike designed for the classics-where you frequently get cobblestones beneath your wheels. The bike for Fabian. Just a few highlights of the just introduced newcomer.
The frame has a known Isospeed 'decoupler' in the stem. In short, the seatpost is isolated from the stem by a part which receives the blows. At the front, there is a fork with a slightly larger jump (48 instead of 43) is mounted. That means more 'flex'. And the Domane is built around a new Performance geometry: slightly longer swingarm, fork a larger jump, a moderate rake, lower bracket height and a steeper seat angle. What remains is the BB90 bottom bracket, now complemented by a 3 S Keeper Chain: the chain can no longer fall between crank and frame.
The derailleur cables-mechanical and electro-walk on the left side of the down tube internally. The brake cable runs through the top tube. "Performance Cable Routing" Pull this call. Also: 1050 grams for the frame, built from 6000 OCLV carbon and 'hidden fender mounts. You can use both 23 and 25 mm tires mounted.
The Domane will as a complete bike and a frameset for sale. And of course, is the Domane in Project One. More later. Will become a first test drive.