Thursday, June 07, 2007

New Arrival: 2008 Trek Madone

After 2 years and 40 designers, engineers, and scientists totally dedicated to the project doing countless prototype runs, the completely redesigned Madone is here and in stock.

The combination of two key values "No Constraints" and "No Compromises" went into each process and design. What this equates out to is a revolution in the way Trek road bikes are designed.

Below are just a few of the improved design features you can find on a new Madone.
The first ever carbon steer tube on an all new lighter weight carbon fork. The carbon steer tube itself saves 100 grams over other aluminum versions.

By using the one piece carbon tube and fork, less material is needed to ultimately create a lighter and stronger fork design.

The Madone's new integrated bottom bracket is 40 grams lighter than traditional designs, has the industry's widest BB/downtube junction, and has a 48% increase in lateral downtube stiffness.

Adaptor kits are available for Bontrager, SRAM, Shimano, FSA, and Campy cranks.

To see these features and more, including the first ever fully adjustable no-cut seat mast, come check out the new Madones at Trek Omaha today.

Note: Do you want to take out a "New" Madone for an extended test ride? Then mark your calendar for the weekend of June 30th-July 1st and join us at Swanson park in Bellevue for Trek's Ride the Best demo. Over 20 new Madone's will be on site and available for FREE test rides. Don't miss this once a year opportunity!

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