I have a brand For sale a brand new trek madone 6 series project 1. Size 56 h1. Very striking Matt blue and white.
Frame is 6.5 - 600 series oclv, e2, bb90, internal cable routing and duo trap compatible.
The reson it isnfor sale is it is an Insurance Replacement, so is brand new and in box. Includes headset, fork and frame. I Can include a 2nd hand seat mast. Any questions please ask.
Looking for £1400,, can be viewed in manchester.
The Speed Concept 2.5 is Trek's entry-level triathlon/time trial bike. The frame has the Kammtail Virtual Foil aero design employed by the more expensive bikes like the 9.9 that Mat reviewed, only here it's aluminium. The wheelset and gears, however, look like they've been borrowed from a sportive bike, and the tri bars are too high relative to the saddle.
MADONE 5.2 2009 Performance Fit £1500
Project One with Shimano Ultegra SL and Race X Lite Wheelset.
One of the last Madone 5.2 to be produced direct from the USA Factory, in Waterloo, Wisconsin.
The Madone bike design, was the innovative Carbon Fibre frame, as used by Contador to his 2007 Tour winning ride.
Color: Project One Deep Orange and White. Unique paint scheme, 1 off direct from USA Factory.
( I believe there is none other in this style in the UK)
The whole bike has recently been serviced, with replacement bearings for both the bottom bracket and headset.
Hi all. My first 70.3 is coming up later this year, and I'm now giving a lot of thought to investing in a tri bike for increased comfort over the distance and hopefully a slight time advantage+the possibility of slightly fresher legs off the bike. I'm looking at three main offerings - a Trek Speed Concept in the 7.0 or possibly up to 7.5 range, one of the new Shiv models, or a Scott Plasma. I've read that the Scott bikes tend to be a lot easier to travel with and work on.