|Rider size||178 – 186 cm|
|Frame Material||Carbon Fiber|
|Groupset||Shimano Dura-Ace Di2|
|Crankset||Vision Trimax Carbon 172.5mm Rotor Qrings 52/39|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 7970|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 7970|
|Levers||Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 TT|
|Front Brake Caliper||Bontrager Speed Limit intégrés|
|Rear Brake Caliper||Bontrager Speed Limit intégrés|
|Saddle||San Marco Aspide tri|
|Seatpost||Bontrager Speed Concept Race Lite|
This is Shimano's top of the range groupset, used by professional cyclists. It is the lightest of the Shimano range but also the most durable over time. The Dura-Ace groupset has been optimised for excellent power transmission by reducing friction to a minimum. No compromises have been made on this groupset. The smoothness of the shifting on this groupset remains a reference.
Trek, or travel in Afrikaans, is one of the great bicycle brands founded in 1976. Trek is one of the world's leading carbon frame manufacturers, with their first models dating back to 1992. Since its inception Trek has drawn much inspiration from the aerospace industry by using similar techniques for their aluminium and carbon frames. Trek also has its own brand of Bontrager components, which are used in most of its bikes. These include wheels, handlebars and saddles. The Trek-Segafredo team uses the brand's three flagship models: the Madone, an aerodynamic bike for flat stages, the Emonda (anagram of Madone), a very light bike for mountain stages, and the SpeedConcept for time trial stages.
- Frame & components
- Headset & bottom bracket
- Torque tightening