Trek-Madone 2016

Trek's New Superbikes

Trek has announced new additions to its stellar lineup, and the hero is the Madone 9.2. It's a bike that does the impossible: combines aerodynamics, stiffness, and comfort in one, really fast bike.

We have a couple of the new Madone bikes here in store. We are taking pre-orders on the Madone. Stop in and take it for a test ride learn more about this amazing bike.

The new Madone is a legitmate groundbreaking bike that has just raised the standards for race bikes, featuring aerodynamics and responsiveness while being the most comfortable race bike around.

Aerodynamics: Kammtail Virtual Foil tubes slice through space along with aero one piece stem and bars, invisible cable routing, and integrated brakes.

Integration: Trek's super-powerfull direct mount brakes fit seamlessly within the airprint of the frame, while the one piece stem/handlebar is the fasted on the market.

IsoSpeed Decoupler Comfort: Perhaps most compelling, this integrated feature invented by Trek offers compliance and comfort unheard of for a bike this fast.

600 Series OCLV Carbon: This Industry leading, aerospace material offers the perfect balance between weight, stiffness, and suppleness.

There is much more to the Madone 9.2. Come to the shop and let us take you on a tour of this special bike.


Unprecedented Integration

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Integrated Direct Mount Brakes

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Aero Everywhere


IsoSpeed Decoupler

Top Fuel & Procaliber

The Procaliber is a Cross Country mountain biker's dream come true. This “hardtail” also brings the IsoSpeed technology to its seatmast, providing the XC rider with a great deal of flex for a more forgiving and comfortable ride on rough trails conditions. Invisible cable routing makes for a clean and quiet ride, while MicroTruss external housing guides keep the entry points neat. Post mount brakes also make their way onto this frame, eliminating unnecessary weight from the typical chainstay brake brace.

Perhaps one of the biggest changes, however, comes with Boost 148/110: wider dropouts in both the rear and front hubs (148 & 110, respectively) means riders get all the stiffness of a 27.5” wheel with the benefits of a 29” wheel. With wider rear dropouts, riders are also able to sport a wider tire and a bigger chainring, without affecting the efficiency of pedaling or changing the q-factor (the distance between the pedal attachment points on the crank arms).


The Top Fuel incorporates many of the same features as the Procaliber, but adds a race tuned RockShox Monarch XX rear shock exclusive to Trek. Mino Link adjustable geometry gives the rider a choice between a slack and a slacker ride; with the adjustment of just one nut, the rider gets up to 5 degrees difference in headtube angle (in ½ degree increments) and a full 10mm adjustment to the bottom bracket height. And with standards like the OCLV Mountain Carbon frame and chainstays, DT Swiss XMC1200 Carbon Wheels, Di2 electronic gearing capability, full XTR brakes and gearing, Next SL cranks, XXX Bontrager carbon stem, handlebar and seatpost, and a RS-1 RockShox fork, riders of the top of the line 9.9 SL have the best and lightest components available on a cross country mountain bike.

Top Fuel

We look forward to these rides making their way into the shop in mid-August; and when they do, we will be sure to let you know. In the meantime, let us know what you think about what Trek has to offer. Stop in, share on social media, and head over to to read more.