Trek’s Project One bikes are semi-customizable bikes painted at Trek’s Waterloo, Wisconsin, headquarters. Check out the gallery above for a sample of the latest paint schemes available.
Project One bikes are painted in Wisconsin Courtesy
The Chasin’ Aces motif is based on Degenkolb’s cafe racer motorcycle Courtesy
The inspiration for the Chasin’ Aces paintwork came from Trek-Segafredo rider John Degenkolb’s motorcycle. Trek took its existing Cafe Racer design and added some additional stripes and highlights.
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Degenkolb will be racing a Chasin’ Aces Madone at the Spring Classics.
The Chasin’ Aces paint scheme is available only on the Madone.
Finding your triathlon bike in a sea of aero bars will be easier with a bright paint job Courtesy
According to Trek, blending two complementary colors into one striking bike is the goal with Full Fade. The upper color is brighter while the lower color is darker.
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Thirteen pre-chosen color options are available for any road, mountain or triathlon bike within Project One.
All of Project One’s solid color options, except for Onyx Carbon, are fair game for the Breakaway design Courtesy
Alberto Contador’s bike from the 2017 Vuelta a Espana is claimed to be the muse for the Breakaway paint scheme. Any solid color available in Project One (except for Onyx Carbon) is fair game for a custom look.
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The Breakaway paint choice is limited to the Emonda SLR 9, 8, 8 Disc, 6, and 6 Disc.
Have a few minutes and want to play around with colors and bike specs? Go to Trek’s site and hit the little customize link in the upper left corner of Project One-capable bikes.
All Project One bikes are available through a Trek bike shop or online at the Project One site.