Domane looks faster than ever—and it backs that up with real speed and performance. Aerodynamic tube shapes and hidden cables mean that Domane is now one minute faster for every hour ridden compared to the previous version.
Years of research performed by our bike and Wheelworks teams have shown that on harsher roads, bigger tires running lower pressures are faster. Domane’s class-leading tire clearances and stock 32mm tires running on wider rims make it faster when the road surface (or lack thereof) get rough.
Domane SLR and SL both feature front and rear IsoSpeed for the ultimate in vibration damping, smoothing even the roughest roads. Domane SLR borrows top tube adjustable IsoSpeed from Madone SLR to allow riders to find the perfect setting for their riding style.
Domane now can take up to a 38mm tire (with Trek’s recommended 6mm clearance).
That extra tire clearance means Domane can take on more rides than ever before, and hidden fender mounts (clearance for 35c tires and fenders) let riders ride in wetter climates year-round.
When it comes to carrying a flat kit, saddle packs and jersey pockets can get the job done—but they don’t always look and feel great. Domane now features a frame-integrated storage compartment that allows riders to neatly stow away tools and gear internally. The Bontrager Integrated Tool System (BITS) stores a tube, tire levers, CO2 and CO2 head in a neat roll inside the downtube.