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The Six-Month Test: Trek Domane 6.9

With a sublime mix of comfort and speed, this bump-silencing road bike could very well be the model that makes endurance bikes cool and pervasive

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The flood of 2014 bikes has begun and our mechanics are feverishly wrenching to get ready for our annual test trip in January. But before we shift gears to the latest, we wanted to look back on a couple of our favorite bikes from 2013. One of our favorite—and most surprising—road bikes of the year was the Trek Domane, which won our pick for Gear of the Year . It’s a bike that we were sad to send back and one that, with the bad weather and rough roads of winter, we are missing even more right now. Which is precisely what has us ruminating on it.

The Domane was actually launched in the spring of 2012, just in time for Fabian Cancellara to—hopefully—dominate the spring classics on it. The big, splashy debut didn’t work out as planned though, as Spartacus crashed out of Flanders with a broken clavicle. It was, of course, no reflection on the bike, a point that was made loud and clear when the big Swiss returned in 2013 for back-to-back wins at Paris-Roubaix and Flanders aboard the Domane. About the same time, the bike became available to the public.

Endurance bikes, like the Domane, have become one of the fastest growing segments in the road industry in recent years. The idea is that not everyone is a racer, so these bikes are equipped with a taller head tube for a slightly more upright position, a longer wheelbase for more stable handling, and, often, a more forgiving carbon layup for added comfort. Those properties also lend themselves to the rough-riding demands of cobbles, so these bikes have become staples at races like Roubaix and Flanders. Specialized has been doing this for years with its Roubaix, and there are plenty of other great examples of the genre, such as the Felt Z series and the BMC Grand Fondo . And while Trek was slow to the game, with the Domane they roared into the competition with a unique design that manages to be as fast as it is comfortable.

Frame The heart of the Domane design is what Trek calls the IsoSpeed decoupler. It’s a fancy name for a fairly fancy engineering accomplishment, which disconnects the seat post from the top tube with a pair of bearings at the seat junction. It’s analogous to the design of the Volagi Liscio , only Trek has taken an active approach versus Volagi’s passive take.

In both cases, the idea is to allow the seat post to flex in a backward arc to absorb the bumps and vibration of the road, and while we like the Volagi well enough we have to admit that Trek’s version does a better job of keeping things stiff so as not to diminish the stiff, fast ride quality. It’s a pretty cool feat—adding comfort but keeping things stiff for good pedaling efficiency—that might sound like just a lot of marketing talk until you actually see how it works (2:25).

The real proof is in how the bike rides, and we were literally blown away with the Domane. It has the same give and comfort as a soft-tail mountain bike ( think Moots YBB ) but still manages to handle like a sharp, hard-edged road racer. Rough chip seal feels as smooth as freshly laid asphalt. And even big hits on railroad tracks, seams, and potholes are much diminished. It’s something you notice in the short term of the immediate hit, but also something that results in a much fresher feel over the course of, say, five or six hours in the saddle.

It’s a bike that we were sad to send back and one that, with the bad weather and rough roads of winter, we are missing even more right now.

And whereas the taller head tubes of endurance bikes have sometimes bothered us on other models, somehow the Domane provides a more neutral fit without making your feel like a flag pole in the wind. The bike is definitely hyper stable and feels rooted and solid on even the windiest, curviest descents.

It’s perhaps not the sprightliest climber ever, though in this top-end spec, which tipped the scales at a UCI-approved 14.7 pounds, the bike chipper enough to never feel like a hindrance when sprinting it up steep slopes with the group. In short, this is a bike that feels like it’s worthy of winning big, hard, rough races—Roubaix for instance, or, more likely a local Fondo—but keeping you fresher while doing it.

Beyond the big picture of the frame design, Trek got the small details right, too. Cables are all routed internally to keep them working smoother in muck and bad conditions. There’s a chain-keeper built straight into the frame. And, as with many Trek road bikes, the frame is equipped for built-in sensors that can report speed, cadence, and the like to your cyclometer. It feels like with the Domane, they almost literally thought of everything.

Components We tested the top-end 2013 model, which came equipped with Shimano Dura Ace 9000 mechanical components. If you have read much on Outside , you’ll know that we feel this group set is the benchmark for components and possibly the best argument against electronic shifting. Don’t get us wrong: We love Di2. But this gear works so well that it makes you wonder whether the extra money (and headaches in some cases) for electric is worth it. Shifting is glassy, the throw on the shifters is much shortened from the previous generation so it’s quicker and easier to shift, and braking is some of the most powerful and subtle on the market.

And you get it—plus all the other sweet carbon bits and lightweight parts—for $6,900. Admittedly that’s not cheap, but a comparable “race bike” with the same parts would well more expensive. And before anyone gets up and arms about the high price, Trek sells carbon versions of the Domane for as little as $2,200 and aluminum models for even less

It wasn’t so much that the wheels were bad—mostly just forgettable.

The other standout parts on this Domane are the Bontrager RXL bars, which have elastomer pads built straight into the contact points on the tops and drops. This is said to cut road chatter appreciably. We were skeptical, so we switched up to a set of aluminum bars for a spell and can confirm that they were much more jangling and uncomfortable. We went back to the provided bars as quickly as possible.

Our biggest letdown with the Domane was with the wheels, tubeless Bontrager X Lite variety. It wasn’t so much that the wheels were bad—mostly just forgettable. They’re light and perhaps a bit flexy, but for a bike this good we’d have preferred something sweeter. And, to be fair, we were happy to see that Trek spec’d 25mm tires (and provided clearance for 28mms, and possibly bigger). A bike like this deserves extra girth, which complements the compliance of the frame with yet, still more comfort.

Bottom Line The Domane is the perfect bike for winter, when the roads are messy and uncomfortable. And it would be a great choice for those in the Northeast, who contend with lots of dirt passages to connect pavement. But more to the point, it is really just the perfect all-arounder.

While race bikes—with racier fits and snappier handling—have been the de facto models that people are sold when buying a road bike, we feel that the Domane legitimately shifts the paradigm. When the average rider goes into a bike shop, he or she should first and foremost be fit onto a bike like this, not a race bike. Think about it: the average rider is less flexible, less accustomed to being in the saddle for long periods of time, and will benefit more from stable handling and comfort. Having spent months and months on this bike ourselves, we can say that we never really missed our hard-edged racers but definitely appreciated the Domane’s forgiving feel. Part of that, though, is that Trek has optimized this bike so much that it’s not just comfortable, but also fast and fun.

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2015 Buyer's Guide: Trek Domane Disc 6.9

It's not perfect—just spectacular

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The Domane Disc 6.9 has its quirks. But I also think it may be the smartest, friendliest bike I've ridden.

The first is that the IsoSpeed cushions only my butt. The ride feels a bit disjointed because the front of the bike diffuses impacts less than the rear does. The Domane's front end still feels more compliant than most (and the squishy-but-not-bulky Bontrager IsoZone foam padding under the Bontrager bar tape helps), but it's not as forgiving as the rear end.

Asterisk two: IsoSpeed does its thing only when I am seated. When I am out of the saddle, the front and rear smooth the road in a more synchronized way. That is good, but the bike feels noticeably different from when I am sitting. This is generally true to various degrees on almost all bikes, but the change is more pronounced here.

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Still, the IsoSpeed works. And it is part of the reason the Domane became a favorite bike to take on longer rides and rougher roads: because it is so damn smooth and—though I usually dislike the word—comfortable.

Now to the other characteristics that make the Domane a high-performance, yet practical and easy-to-ride bike.

I'm used to $8,000 road bikes being efficient and blindingly quick. And the Domane Disc 6.9 does feel even stiffer to me than Trek's Madone 7 race series—it should feel quick on the climbs. But the the handlebar seems heavy, and I'd estimate that the discs add a weight penalty of at least half a pound. I never felt slow climbing on the Domane Disc, but I never felt fast either. The bike does have low enough gearing that spinning up hills doesn't require God's own quads, and it's coupled with the best shifting in the road market, Shimano Di2.

And going down, oh my. Here's an anecdote that summarizes my experience: Coming off a high mountain pass in Colorado, I saw that I was closing in on a slower-moving car in my lane, and sat up to have a drink. I casually glanced at my bike computer and noticed that I was moving at nearly 60 mph—with just one hand on the bar, the bike still brilliantly composed.

Feedback and accuracy are also exceptional in fast corners. Coupled with Shimano's tremendous R785 hydraulic disc brakes, the Domane is my number one with a bullet for any road descent. The IsoSpeed could play a role here as well, theoretically keeping the bike more connected to the road.

The Domane Disc is one of the first road bikes available with thru-axles front and rear. These improve steering precision because they stiffen the frame/wheel interface, says Michael Mayer, Trek's road brand manager, and they also ensure that the wheel is properly aligned in the dropout, reducing the chance of disc-rotor rub.

And if you're a fan of big tires, the Domane's 25mm Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lites will make you smile, as will the clearance for tires that are much wider. The bike easily accommodated the 29s I later installed, and I think I could have gone up to 32mm. The wheels are also tubeless-ready.

The Domane has the best brakes, the best shifting, stability at speed, precise handling, a smooth ride, the ability to take wide tires, tubeless-compatible wheels, thru-axles, fender mounts, mortal-friendly gearing, low weight, and a lifetime frame warranty. This bike offers so much that despite its quirks, I can't deny it: The Domane Disc is one of the best road bikes available.

What You Need to Know •Refined, high-performance bike that is smooth and versatile • Thru-axles front and rear that are convertible to traditional QR with some sacrifice of stiffness •The best shifting (Shimano Di2) and braking (Shimano R785 hydraulic discs) on the road market

Weight: 16.7lbs (54cm) Price: $8,300 Info: trekbikes.com

Fenders Are Cool This was the first modern bike I knew of that had legitimate pro racing lineage as well as fender mounts. When we got our first snow in Colorado, I unabashedly installed fenders.

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2014 Trek Domane 6.9

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  • Serial: WTU058QU0037J
  • Manufacturer: Trek
  • Name: Black Ghost
  • Model: Domane 6.9
  • Primary colors: Black
  • Frame size: 51IN
  • Wheel diameter: 700 C

Distinguishing features

600 Series OCLV Carbon, E2, BB90, performance cable routing, DuoTrap compatible, Ride Tuned seatmast, IsoSpeed

Frame and fork

Drivetrain and brakes, additional parts.

  • Fork Domane IsoSpeed full carbon, E2 asymmetric steerer
  • Headset Cane Creek IS-8 integrated, stainless cartridge bearings, sealed, alloy, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
  • Front Wheel Bontrager Race X Lite Tubeless Ready
  • Rear Wheel Bontrager Race X Lite Tubeless Ready
  • Front Tire Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
  • Rear Tire Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c
  • Front Shifter Shimano Dura-Ace STI, 11 speed
  • Rear Shifter Shimano Dura-Ace STI, 11 speed
  • Front Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace, braze-on
  • Rear Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace
  • Crankset Shimano Dura-Ace, 50/34 (compact)
  • Cog/Cassette/Freewheel Shimano Dura-Ace 11-28, 11 speed
  • Front Brake Shimano Dura-Ace
  • Rear Brake Shimano Dura-Ace
  • Saddle Bontrager Affinity Race X Lite, carbon rails
  • Seatpost Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
  • Handlebar Bontrager Race X Lite IsoZone, OCLV carbon, VR-CF, 31.8mm
  • Stem Bontrager Race X Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree
  • Grips/Tape Bontrager Gel Cork tape
  • Other Vanishing fender mounts

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Trek Domane Disc 4.0 and 6.9 announced

Disc brakes and thru-axles plus even more tire clearance

Trek have announced the release of two new Domane endurance bikes, both with the same fantastic bump-eating ride of the original series but now with disc brakes and thru-axles at both ends. The changes will of course add a little bit of weight but also superb all-weather capabilities plus additional tire clearance, too.

The top-end Domane Disc 6.9 (US$7,899 / £6,000 / AU$9,499) uses Trek's upper-end 600-series OCLV carbon fiber blend, an integrated no-cut seatmast, and a premium parts blend that includes a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9070 electronic transmission, Shimano R785 STI Dual Control levers and hydraulic disc brake calipers, a carbon fiber Bontrager bar and saddle, and Bontrager's brand-new Affinity TLR Disc alloy clincher wheelset.

The far less expensive Domane Disc 4.0 (US$2,099 / £1,600 / AU$n/a) subs in Trek's 400-series carbon fiber formula and a standard telescoping seatpost (which adds weight and firms up the ride quality). Of course, the parts spec is more budget friendly as well with a Shimano Sora 9-speed transmission and STI Dual Control levers, TRP HY/RD mechanical-to-hydraulic disc brake calipers, alloy Bontrager cockpit components, and a more basic Bontrager wheelset.

We don't expect many (if any) buyers will do so but if so inclined, both the 142x12mm rear and 100x15mm thru-axle dropouts on both bikes are convertible for use with standard quick-release disc wheels. The fork tips can also be swapped from left to right so that users can decide for themselves on what side of the bike they'd prefer the lever to reside.

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  • Trek Domane 6.9 WSD Compact 2014

Trek Domane 6.9 Wsd Compact 2014

Bike summary

Bike components.

600 Series OCLV Carbon, E2, BB90, performance cable routing, DuoTrap compatible, Ride Tuned seatmast, IsoSpeed

Suspension Fork

Domane IsoSpeed full carbon, E2 asymmetric steerer

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Dura-Ace

Front Derailleur

Shimano Dura-Ace, braze-on

Shift Levers

Shimano Dura-Ace STI, 11 speed

Shimano Dura-Ace 11-28, 11 speed

Shimano Dura-Ace, 50/34 (compact)

Bottom Bracket

BB90, 90.5mm, press-fit

Bontrager Race X Lite Tubeless Ready

Bontrager R3 Hard-Case Lite, 700x25c

Bontrager Race X Lite, 31.8mm, 7 degree

Bontrager Race X Lite IsoZone, OCLV carbon, VR-CF, 31.8mm

Cane Creek IS-8 integrated, stainless cartridge bearings, sealed, alloy, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom

Bontrager Affinity Race X Lite WSD, carbon rails

Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset

Bike geometry

About this model.

Domane 6.9 WSD Compact is a Trek Domane model. 316 bikes variations carry this model name so far. You can easily view all of the Trek Domane bikes models from 2014 , here .

When cycling always take safety very seriously. Wear a helmet, obey the traffic rules and wear hi-vis clothes. In short, take care of yourself so others can take care of you.

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Internal Cable Routing

This bike has an internal cable routing. As a result, this helps to preserve the bike’s cables. No more cables around your bike.

Domane 6.9 WSD Compact components

Fork material.

The fork is made out of carbon, so, it won’t add up to much weight to your bike. However, the price you have to pay for a carbon fork is considerably higher.

Wheels size

When leaving the production line, the Domane 6.9 WSD Compact model has 700c aluminum wheels. There is no doubt, that 700c wheels are very popular on all road bike models. However, these wheels don’t perform so well when passing over obstacles.

Nothing is more important on a bike than its ability to brake properly. Trek Domane 6.9 WSD Compact is equipped with Rim brakes. Rim brakes deliver an average performance overall. However, they have problems in wet conditions.

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2014 trek domane 6.9

A carbon frame endurance bike with high-end components and rim brakes.

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Cyclist

Nov 2015 · Stu Bowers

The Trek Domane 6.9 is one of the most versatile bikes on the planet, but is it improved by fitting discs?

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Road Bike Action

Nov 2014 · R BA

Joining the disc crowd, Trek forges their own path.

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Comfortable and entertaining entry-to-mid-level bike, with excellent scope to upgrade in the future; change the tyres though

Cycling News

Jun 2014 · James Huang

Better than the standard Domane in every way

BikeRadar

The standard Domane with its quick-release dropouts is no slouch in terms of frame stiffness – and in fact, Trek confirmed that it’s nearly on par with the edgier Madone for drivetrain efficiency and actually even better in terms of front-end stiffness.

Canadian Cycling Magazine

May 2014 · Canadian Cycling Magazine

Trek has announced that it will offer the Domane 6.9 and 4.0 in a disc-brake version. Domane, the Waterloo, Wis.-based company's road endurance line, debuted in 2012 and has featured in cobbled Spring Classics.

May 2014 · VeloNews.com

Thru-axles, hydraulic disc brakes, and tons of tire clearance highlight Trek's new endurance frame

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May 2014 · William Tracy

Trek goes disc brakes with the two new Domane models. How do they stack up?

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