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Trek Madone SLR Gen 7 Racing Bike

With the start of the Tour de France, bicycle companies from all over the world began to unveil their new models. Trek is a brand that has grown its fan base over the years, not only for its willingness to push the limits of speed and agility but also for its willingness to make its bikes with stylish designs that make us want them in our own garages. Especially when it comes to Madone, who debuted in 2003.

Trek‘s latest upgrade in its racing lineup is the seventh-generation Madone SLR, said to be the fastest ever, beating its predecessor at 60 seconds per hour, or 19W. The Wisconsin-based company is doubling down on its claim with a brand new IsoFlow technology by improving its IsoSpeed ​​on its 6th generation bikes to give you a smoother ride, and minimize the impact of road bumps on you, improve aerodynamics and benefit from a lighter vehicle overall.

The improvements become very mysterious and technical as you go into detail, but know that every aspect, from the cockpit to the crew, is designed for a more comfortable and fast ride. Other pluses include new Kamm tailpipe shapes, an aero-optimized body design, SRAM Red eTap AXS drivetrain, and lighter overall weight combined with the 800 Series OCLV Carbon laminate.

Trek Madone SLR 7 Price

Available in both standard and eTap versions with a range of color options, Madone SLR Gen 7 bikes have price tags ranging from $8,000 to $13,200. If you want more information, you can visit Trek‘s website.

Meet Trek Madone SLR (Gen 7)
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