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Trek Domane 2.0 2014 Road Bike


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our verdict ... Trek describes its Domane 2 Series as 'the world’s finest aluminium endurance bike.' Its IsoSpeed decoupler gives you an incredibly smooth ride; a stiff, super-efficient frame puts all your power to the road. Endurance geometry & flawless gear shifting.
  • Brand : Trek
  • Season : Current
  • Code : 1405000414
  • Weight : 10KG
  • This bike is available for in-store collection only, please use our click and collect service to order.

    The Trek Domane 2.0 is the entry-level model in the Domane range. It features Trek's radical IsoSpeed decoupler design, which allows the seat tube to flex back and forth as you pass over bumps and potholes, giving you a notably smoother, more enjoyable ride, particularly over long distances.

    How does the IsoSpeed decoupler actually work?

    Well, the top tube of the frame actually splits and passes down either side of the seat tube. The two tubes are connected by a bearing that passes through the top tube into a node on the seat tube where the two intersect. The result is a saddle with plenty of comfortable fore and aft flex that removes most of the sting from the road.

    A lot of people have immediately equated this with a suspension system and therefore a loss of efficiency. BikeRadar's self-proclaimed skeptics had this to say:

    "Being naturally cynical we headed for the nearest heavily potholed country lane we could find. But any hopes of exploding hype were dashed immediately, as the Domane genuinely soaks up a startling amount of surface abuse without knocking you off your stride."

    How have Trek managed this? The distance between the saddle and the bottom bracket remain at a virtually fixed constant and the down tube is so flared as it hits the BB shell that it would be miraculous if any effort from a pedal stroke managed to get lost through the frame. In a nutshell: a smoother ride, without loss of speed.

    More comfort features

    But that's not all. The Domane 2.0 has even more tricks up its sleeve to provide the rider with a comfortable long distance ride. To take emphasis from the rider’s core and the fork, the Domane's head tube has a long rake with a set of dropouts that fold back underneath themselves. This allows the fork to flex, absorbing buzz from the road whilst keeping the wheelbase shorter than it would otherwise need to be to achieve a comfort geometry. A slimmed-down pivot section at the top of the seat tube also means you get a more flexible skinny seatpost, while the Bontrager Affinity 1 saddle is generously padded, and broader-rimmed wheels with 700x25c tyres complete the comfort-focused kit.

    Trek's lifetime warranty

    Finally, with the Trek Domane 2.0, you benefit from the reassurance of Trek's limited lifetime warranty.

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    • Frame - 200 Series Alpha Aluminium, IsoSpeed
    • Fork - Trek IsoSpeed carbon, SpeedTrap compatible
    • Wheels - Alloy hubs w/Bontrager Approved alloy rims
    • Tires - Bontrager R1 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
    • Shifters - Shimano Tiagra STI, 10 speed
    • Front derailleur - Shimano Tiagra
    • Rear derailleur - Shimano Tiagra
    • Crank - Shimano Tiagra, 50/39/30 (triple)
    • Cassette - Shimano Tiagra 12-30, 10 speed
    • Saddle - Bontrager Affinity 1
    • Seatpost - Bontrager Approved, 27.2mm, 8mm offset
    • Handlebar - Bontrager Race VR-C, 31.8mm
    • Stem - Bontrager Race Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
    • Grips - Bontrager Gel Cork tape
    • Headset - 1-1/8" integrated, semi-cartridge bearings
    • Brakeset - Alloy dual-pivot
    Sizing Information
    Height TREK Mountain / Hybrid Bike Size TREK Road Bike Size
    < 5' 2" 13 / 14 43 / 47
    5' 3" 13 / 15 47 / 50
    5' 6" 16 / 18 50 / 52 / 54
    5' 9" 18 / 19 52 / 54 / 56
    5' 11" 19 / 21 54 / 56 / 58
    6' 2" 21 / 23 56 / 58 / 60
    6' 3" 23 / 25 58 / 60 / 62
    6' 4" 25 60 / 62


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      Words by Adam
      Published on 27/06/2014 17:09:47

      All Bikes Go to Heaven

      That poor lonely bike that sits in the corner of the shed has served you well. You’ve sweated it out together on the climbs, it carried you to and from work for all those years. Yep, together you’ve seen it all; Wind, rain, hail, snow, sunshine. Where would you be without ‘Ol’ Faithfull’? Unhealthier, miserable and short of a companion to listen to you mull over life’s mysteries as you cruise the sun dappled lanes of the English Countryside.

      But these days the spokes break more often, the creaking won’t go away, and rust never sleeps. Whilst you used to look on the old steed proudly like a pedigree animal these days it’s more of a fond look at an old dog with a set of wheels where it’s back legs should be.

      It’s time to do the decent thing and…


      As of today you can trade in an old bike in store and get at least 10% (and for a limited time; a special introductory offer of 15%) off the RRP price of a current model bicycle.

      How does it Work?

      So long as the bike is functioning (You can steer, sit on and pedal the bike) then you’re on to a winner, even if you’ve kept it in a pond. If you’ve looked after your bike then congratulations, you may be able to get even more discount.

      The bike must be your property. And if there is doubt we may ask for proof that you are the legal owner of the bike.

      Once you’ve had a look around the shop and spoken to one of our helpful sales advisors you’ll select the bike that’s just right for you. Let’s assume it’s a new Trek Madone 2.3 at £1199.99, nice model, and it’s gone into the workshop to be built and set-up by one of our Cyctech qualified Mechanics. Then the time comes to part ways with the old Claud Butler and after a cursory look under the cobwebs the sales advisor magically reduces the price of the new bike by a cool £120.

      Would you have got £120 on eBay for the thing that you propped the strimmer against in the shed?

      The bike has shuffled onto a better place and you’ve got a serious chunk of money off a smart new bike.

      How long are we offering this service?

      We think that this is such a good idea that we are running this offer for as long as we can. If you keep bringing ‘em, we’ll keep taking’em.

      What bikes can I trade in against?

      We are offering the trade in service against current bikes at full RRP. We can’t offer the trade in against bikes that have already been reduced in price.

      Can I bring in ten bikes and then get a really nice bike completely free?

      Nice try but no. We will only be able to accept one old bike for every new bike. You can bring two old bikes with you so long as you are buying two new bikes, and so on.

      If I want a new road bike do I have to trade in an old road bike?

      Not at all. You can bring us a hybrid for a kids bike, a mountain bike for a hybrid, a road bike for a BMX any combination you like.

      No unicycles though, even if you do bring two.

      I don’t actually want a new bike but I have been eyeing up a new car rack. Would it be possible to trade my old bike against that?

      Sorry we can only accept bike trade in against the value of the new bike and not other items, even if they are part of the same transaction.

      I’ve changed my mind, can I have my old bike back?

      Unfortunately once it’s gone it’s gone but the standard return policy will still apply to the bike you’ve purchased.

      I don’t really need the new bike right now. Can I just get a voucher instead?

      I’m afraid that we will only be able to take a bike in exchange for discount against another bike and no other product including vouchers.

      Can I use this offer in conjunction with a bike to work scheme?

      Bike to work schemes already offer an excellent way to secure a large discount on a bike and we won’t be able to offer the trade in service alongside this.

      I’ve given up cycling and taken up floristry. Can I bring my old bike to you?

      You most certainly can but we will be unable to offer you anything for the bike other than discount from a new bike.

      As an old chapter closes on your cycling life a new one begins with your new ride. You’ll remember the good times you shared with the old Claud Butler but you’ll be looking forward to new cycling horizons too. Don’t feel guilty about your new life, the old bike would have wanted you to be happy.