Trek Womens Road Bikes

Trek is probably best known the road bike world by the fact that Lance Armstrong has ridden their bikes in the Tour for many years. This has lead directly to a significant growth in sales for the company, a good investment many would say. Trek have really thought about their road bike range and particular their women’s road bike selection. They offer a great choice at very different pricing levels from entry level to top of the range, each with great spec to match the price. The 2 ranges for 2011 are the 2010 launched Madone and the Lexa series. The Madone is touted as the race performance series and the Lexa as the sport series, of course the price reflects both of these attributes.

Madone 2013 range include the Madone WSD 3.1, 5.2, 6.2 and 7.9

The Madone 7.9 is the top of the range model and comes in Green/Crystal White/Red colour format, truly beautiful aesthetics. The following are upgrades from the 6.2, 700 Series OCLV Carbon, Bontrager Aeolus 3 D3 wheels, Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain, Shimano 11-speed shifting, Bontrager Race XXX Lite Aero handlebar.
The Madone WSD 6.2 has a white frame with teal and purple detailing. It runs on Bontrager Race Lite, Tubeless Ready wheels and comes with a full Shimano Ultegra groupset.
The Madone WSD 5.2 is available in a light grey frame colour with yellow and white decals. It comes the frame in 500 Series OCLV Carbon, KVF (Kammtail Virtual Foil) tube shape and Bontrager Race, Tubeless Ready Wheels . The groupset is full Shimano Ultegra except the Shimano 105 11-28, 10 speed cassette.
Finally the Madone WSD 3.1 is black, silver and white. It has a carbon frame and forks, bontrager alloy wheels, 105/tiagra groupset, except cranks which are SRAM S350, 50/34 (compact) with 10spd cassette. Trek quote “3 Series is tailor made for the performance junkie looking for world-class carbon on a down-to-earth budget”.

New Domane 2013 range include the Domane WSD 4.3, 5.2, 5.9, 6.2 and 6.9

The new Trek Domane series road bikes are categorised as endurance bikes. Fitted with new Trek IsoSpeed technology it’s a decoupler system which separates the seat tube from the top tube, so the road vibrations aren’t directly transferred to the rider’s body making for a smooth ride. Prices start from £1800.

Lexa 2013 range includes the Lexa, Lexa S, SL and SLX

The Lexa SLX Compact is top of that range and boasts an aluminium frame and carbon forks. Rolls on a Bontrager wheelset. Shimano 105 groupset with a Shimano Tiagra, 50/34 (compact) chainset and 10spd cassette. It comes in Trek Black/Black Titanite mix colours.
The Lexa SL Triple has near enough same frame and forks as the SLX, Tiagra groupset with FSA Vero, 50/39/30 (triple) chainset, with 10spd cassette and comes in 2 different colour sets Crystal White/Washed Denim or Crystal White/Teal.
The Lexa S Compact is exactly the same except for It has a Sora groupset and comes in black and white.
The Lexa entry level model has aluminium forks and runs the 2300 groupset with Vuelta Corsa, 50/34 (compact) chainset with 8spd cassette. It comes in grey with white and yellow detailing.

Trek has got 8 great bikes to choose from in 2013 and they all at least come in the following sizes 47, 50, 52, 54 and 56cm, some frames also come in extra small44cm and XL 58cm, please check with the retailer.

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