Trek is now officially in on gravel.
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With its frame-flexing IsoSpeed design, the Trek Domane was already a great bike for riding on dirt, cobbled and gravel roads, but now the company has a line of Domane Gravel bikes in carbon and aluminum frame options that come with 35mm Schwalbe G-One Allround tires.
The Domane Gravel is the first dedicated bike for gravel from the Wisconsin brand. It features the same frame as the current Domane line, with tubeless wheels and the fat Schwalbe tires being the primary differences.
There are three models of the Domane Gravel.
The Domane SLR 6 Gravel is the top-shelf model, with a 600 Series OCLV Carbon frame, front and adjustable rear IsoSpeed, a Shimano Ultegra group with hydraulic disc brakes and Bontrager Paradigm Comp Tubeless Ready wheels. The Domane SLR 6 Gravel is available now through Trek’s Project One custom program for $5,999.
The $2,499 Domane SL 5 Gravel has a 500 Series OCLV frame with front and rear IsoSpeed. Parts highlights include Shimano RS805 hydraulic discs, a Shimano 105 group with a compact (50/34) crank and an 11-32 cassette, 12mm thru-axle wheels and hidden fender mounts.
The $1,699 Domane ALR 5 Gravel uses a 200 Series Alpha Aluminum frame, TEKTRO Spyre flat-mount mechanical disc brakes and a Shimano 105 groupset.
UK and AU pricing was not immediately available.
Head over to trekbikes.com for more information.