Following the launch of the 2023 Trek Madone SLR, Trek has launched the all-new Domane SL and SLR , taking their most versatile performance road bike platform and making it lighter, faster and more capable. The fourth generation Domane SL and SLR maintain the all-day comfort Domane is known for, with all-new race-ready details designed for the top step of the podium. Trek’s lightest Domane disc ever, the all-new Domane also comes in a race-specific RSL frameset that was raced to victory at the 2022 Paris-Roubaix Femmes by Trek-Segafredo’s Elisa Longo Borghini.
All-new lightweight design
Domane SL and SLR share the same tech and frame design, weighing in at around 300g lighter than the previous generation thanks to a simplified frame, refined rear IsoSpeed and an upgraded 800 Series OCLV Carbon frame (SLR only).
Road-smoothing rear IsoSpeed
Newly refined IsoSpeed comfort technology shaves weight and soaks up fatiguing bumps in the road so you can ride stronger for longer.
Updated Kammtail tube shaping and a newly integrated cockpit improve aerodynamics to create the fastest Domane yet.
Clearance for up to 38mm tires and a stable, comfortable endurance geometry gives riders the versatility to ride everything from smooth pavement to light gravel and even the infamous cobbles of the world’s most epic one-day Monuments.
Storage and mounts for every ride
Internal downtube storage, hidden mudguard mounts and new top tube bag mounts give riders the option to keep their Domane lean and clean or fully accessorized for all-day rides.
Race Shop Limited (RSL) frameset
The new Domane also comes in a Race Shop Limited (RSL) frameset that prioritizes ultimate speed and performance over comfort and versatility. This frameset features a more aggressive H1.5 racing fit, foregoes downtube storage and features a smaller tire clearance (35 mm capacity) to shave even more weight.
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