How much is Trek Madone cost?
$12,500 to $6,000
The Madone SLR version comes in eight models that range in price from $12,500 to $6,000. All SLR models use an integrated seat mast, and are equipped with the same Madone-specific bar and stem. All models get tubeless ready wheels, 50/34 chainrings and 11-28t cassettes. The Madone uses the BB90 bottom bracket system.
Is a Trek Madone good for long distance?
But the Trek 3.5 Madone balances all of those characteristics better than its rivals. Its long-distance comfort is spot on and its high-speed handling is stable yet direct enough to cope with big miles and the rigours of racing.
How fast is the Trek Madone?
The Madone picks up speed and holds it like nothing else I’ve ridden. Our group rides average 34 km/h or better with sustained periods at 45+ km/h.
What does Trek Madone mean?
Madone is the ultimate superbike—it’s fast, light, smooth, and designed to give you every advantage in speed and handling. Of the world’s most sophisticated road bikes, only Madone delivers the triple threat of advanced aerodynamics, superior ride quality, and unprecedented integration.
Can the Trek Madone climb?
For those who are ready, the Madone climbs very well. Especially in the saddle or short up/down acceleration bouts. It isn’t a pure climber as lighter built bikes are available. But once the road levels and especially when descending this bike is a rocket ship!
Is Trek Madone a race bike?
The all-new Madone SL has the same aero tube shapes, ride quality, and top-to-bottom integration as Madone SLR. And just like Madone SLR, Madone SL is the ultimate race bike. It’s just made with 500 Series OCLV Carbon, which isn’t quite as light as the 800 Series OCLV Carbon on the highest-end models.
Where is the Trek Madone made?
They’re the same ones the pros ride including their latest model, the Émonda, which the company claims is the lightest ever and costs nearly $16,000. Colegrove says Trek makes a total of four, high-end models in Wisconsin.
Is the Trek Madone good for climbing?
Is Trek Madone a climbing bike?