Trek Emonda SLR 7 - Project One

Shimano Ultegra Di2, custom paint, super low gears.

Trek Emonda SLR7 Project One

Quite often we here this 'I'm not very fit so I don't deserve a good bike'.

"Nonsense" we say.

Buy the best bike you can as it will be a much better experience and serve you better and we will customise it accordingly.

In this case we replaced the standard Shimano Ultegra chainset with a Rotor Aldhu chainset. It combines a single sided powermeter (double sided is available) and most importantly 30t and 46t chainrings that are smaller than the standard 34t and 50t option available on the Shimano chainsets. Both of which are too big for many riders.

Combining the smaller chainrings with the 34 tooth cog on the back emans hills and mountains will be much easier to climb and when on the flat and not going very fast the chain will be in the middle of the cassette giving more gear options and producing less drag.

In other news this bike has a Shimano Ultegra Di2 electric groupset and the lovely Bontrager RSL 37 wheels. Apart from being highly efficient and reliable the Shimano levers are smaller than SRAM's and naturally suit riders with smaller hands better.

Paint: Solid Logo Template - Rose Gold, Quicksilver Logo

Find out more about Project One HERE and if you are tempted how to order your new bike HERE.

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Rotor INpower 3D+ full crankset with 46t and 30t chainrings

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The short reach (75mm) Bontrager Pro Isocore VR-SF handlebar

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28mm tyre clearance

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Elegant lines

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Disc stopping power

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Integrated cable routing

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Bolt through axle

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Bontrager Aeolus RSL 37 wheels

Technical Spec

Frame Ultralight 800 Series OCLV Carbon, Ride Tuned performance tube optimisation, tapered head tube, internal routing, DuoTrap S-compatible, flat-mount disc, 142x12 mm thru axle
Fork Emonda SLR full carbon, tapered carbon steerer, internal brake routing, flat-mount disc, 12x100 mm thru axle
Wheelset Bontrager Aeolus Pro 37, OCLV Carbon, Tubeless Ready, 37 mm rim depth,
Tyres Schwalbe Pro One 28mm tubeless
Groupset Shimano Ultegra Di2 - 11 -34 cassette
Chainset Rotor INpower 3D+ full crankset 46/30 chainrings, 165mm cranks.
Handlebar Bontrager Pro Isocore VR-SF 38cm
Stem Bontrager XXX Carbon 80mm
Saddle Bontrager Ajna Pro (RIP)
Price Guide £8,000.00

What our clients say

  • "Rode my standard Box Hill loop this morning with the temp shims and more thought to position. Felt more connected and compact on the bike. Fastest ride of the year, picked up close to a km/per hour despite crappy wet pot holed roads, a ton of traffic and a couple of nights out Thu/Fri."

    Matt H

    Seven Evergreen SL

  • "I'm new to cycling so needed some support on finding a bike that would be right for me. Julian couldn't have been kinder or more supportive, he took time to find out what I wanted from my cycling and then looked closely at my physical structure to ensure that the bike is a comfortable fit for me. It really is a 5 star service and far exceeded my expectations."

    RM

    New Cyclist

  • "The personal service from both Phil and Julian is second to none. They have such a wealth of experience in fitting that they can almost tell at a glance if something is just a little off. It felt as though it didn't matter how long it took to get the best position possible - even for an amateur cyclist like myself. Can't recommend them enough."

    Susan

    Cyclist

  • "A great service, full of personal touches as well as the "harder" scientific analysis of my position on the bike, which was also excellent. I feel more planted on the bike now, and came away with some really useful feedback from the session."

    Ed H

    London Dynamo Rider

  • "Cyclefit provide a great personalised service that focuses on giving you exactly what you need. They are extremely knowledgable and friendly and no request/requirement is too difficult for them."

    PM

    Cyclist & triathlete