Trek Madone SLR Disc - Zipp NSW wheels

Trek Madone SLR Disc Project One build

Trek Madone Rage

This one is definitely a head turner, a beautiful Project One Trek Madone SLR Disc frameset using the Gran Praemio paint template. The main colour is Trek Black with Rage Red highlights and the Trek logo is in Dnister Black. The groupset is SRAM eTap Hydro and the wheels are Zipp's NSW 454 carbon clinchers. The powermeter and chainset combine Rotor's 3d cranks and carbon Q-Rings and a Power2Max powermeter.

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Technical Spec

Frame 700 Series OCLV Carbon, KVF (Kammtail Virtual Foil) tube shape, Adjustable Top Tube IsoSpeed, Micro-adjust seatmast, tapered head tube, BB90, flat mount disc brakes, 12 mm thru-axle, invisible cable routing, control centre, precision water bottle placement, Aero 3S chain keeper, DuoTrap S-compatible
Forks Madone KVF full carbon disc, carbon tapered steerer, carbon dropouts, hidden cable routing, flat-mount disc brake, 12 mm thru-axle
Wheelset Zipp 454 NSW Carbon Clincher
Groupset SRAM Red eTap HRD Flat Mount Groupset
Handlebar and stem Madone-specific adjustable aero VR-CF, internal cable routing
Seatpost Madone carbon seatpost, 25 mm offset w/integrated light mount
Saddle San Marco Shortfit FX Carbon Wide
Tyres Continental Grand Prix 5000 700 x 25mm
Cranks & chainrings Rotor 3D & carbon Q-Rings
Powermeter Power2Max

What our clients say

  • "Hey Julian and Phil, I hope you are both well. I just completed a 21 hour week on my new 165mm cranks and I am in love. They feel so so great! Thank you for all your help. I’ve never felt so comfortable on my bike before. All the best, Hannah"

    Hannah Barnes

    National Champion / Professional Bike Rider

  • "Thanks very much for consultation last week - since I saw you I do not have anything like the same amount of pain I was experiencing previously. I am so much more at ease with my new positioning and my posture feels right now."

    Jane B
  • "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

    Seven Evergreen SL

  • "I had my second fitness test this weekend and on the first 8 minute time trial I'd improved average power output by a whopping 41 watts over the previous test. This is almost entirely down to the new position!"

    Alan B
  • "I tried the shorter cranks today and I like them - it feels like it's less stress for the back and it seems easier to ride higher cadence. In the end I had a good Tour with no back problems. Thanks for your help!"

    Bauke Mollema