New Domane?

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hlvd
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by hlvd

TobinHatesYou wrote:

Those were links to the old Domane. And yes, the old Domane was removed from Project One last week.
A H2/1.5 Domane would be something I'd seriously consider as the current Domane in 62cm looks hideous.


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hlvd wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:21 am
TobinHatesYou wrote:

Those were links to the old Domane. And yes, the old Domane was removed from Project One last week.
A H2/1.5 Domane would be something I'd seriously consider as the current Domane in 62cm looks hideous.


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Being an owner of the current Domane in 62 cm I can't agree with you enough. That headtube is really something.

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SilentDrone
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I suppose so. Looks good.


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cerro wrote:
Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:03 pm
New Domane?
Seems to fit the description given here. Does look a lot like the Madone. Where is the adjustable rear isospeed though?

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by Nejmann

That cable routing can’t be right??? Looks retardted :shock: Everything Else looks pretty awesome :beerchug:

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by SilentDrone

sennder wrote:
cerro wrote:
Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:03 pm
New Domane?
Seems to fit the description given here. Does look a lot like the Madone. Where is the adjustable rear isospeed though?

--Sennder
It would be under the top tube, if it’s like the Madone.

What is the tire clearance?


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cerro wrote:
Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:03 pm
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New Domane?
That's a hard pass. On to the next...

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SilentDrone wrote:
Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:15 pm
What is the tire clearance?
Comes with 32's, standard, but will fit up to a 38c, per Trek.

Also, the IsoSpeed adjuster is like on the Madone, under the top tube.

hlvd
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by hlvd

There’s a much larger shroud around the front isospeed?


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TobinHatesYou
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hlvd wrote:
Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:51 pm
There’s a much larger shroud around the front isospeed?

The hoses/cables enter through the cover, otherwise it's not that much bigger.

SilentDrone
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As TobinHatesYou has already pointed out, it certainly looks like they borrowed design cues from the Madone. Not a bad thing. I like it and think it will look better in person. The one thing that I might not be able to warm up to is that top tube cable routing. I suppose it’s more aero, but it just doesn’t look right. It looks awkward. And now trek has to contend with so many other brands who are going with internal routing that this routing just looks half baked. I notice there’s a bar end junction box and so I suppose the bars are updated with holes for internal routing.


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I suspect front isospeed along with 100% internal cables is/was too hard to accomplish.


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raisinberry777
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by raisinberry777

That's the one.

More info here:

https://www.cooksoncycles.co.uk/trek-domane-2020/
Take a look at the new 2020 Trek Domane SL and SLR!

Trek have improved the excellent Domane for 2020 with all new frameset!

Some big changes across the range, to start off we say goodby to rim brakes, the new models are disc only! Trek have also moved away from their own press fit bottom bracket standard and gone for the threaded T47 standard which we think is a 1st for a one of the large manufactures to adapt – so now the frame can take SRAM Dub and 30MM crank axles. There is also a new seat mast design and integrated storage!

and finally a new lower priced options with the new Shimano Tiagra 4700 groupset fitted.

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by jlok

Anyone post the geometry chart?

btw it says rim brake here for the SL frameset.
https://www.cooksoncycles.co.uk/product ... eset-2020/
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