The latest news, reviews and advice from the CycleFit team

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Trek News

30th June 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

Trek launches a new Émonda SLR Disc that is lighter than previous non-disc SLR, and new SLR at 640 (g) and a Limited Edition TdF Trek-Segafredo Project One paint scheme

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Are current road bike frame geometries outdated?

4th May 2017 · Posted by Julian Wall

If we look back over the last century nothing much has changed on a bike frame’s geometry other than the materials used for its assembly but bikefitting innovation and techniques have changed dramatically in recent years.

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Ben Serotta is Back

4th May 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

Ben Serotta picks up a torch and The Torch again to build his own handmade bicycles. No longer the biggest builder of custom bikes on the planet, Ben is now the smallest. Just him and the best hands and brain in the bike industry. A true legend.

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Braking News

20th March 2017 · Posted by Julian Wall

Road, gravel, Cyclo-X, MTB - Do they all lead to disc? Is it ever worth buying a bike with conventional caliper bike again? Jimmy Wilson discusses in this journal.

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Trek Madone Race Shop Limited

27th February 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

Designed and built in Wisconsin to be ridden in the Tour de France by the world's fittest professional riders. But also very well suited to fast amateurs and professionals that are obsessed with powering themselves through the air with a minimum of drag

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Trek Madone, Domane, Emonda Trilemma II

27th February 2017 · Posted by Philip Cavell

Madone, Emonda, Domane all come with an industry tag of 'most' or 'est' before or after their names - Most-Aero, Light(est) or most-comfortable.

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