Trek expands Domane range with gravel bikes
The new Domane Gravel is the first dedicated bike for gravel from Trek and features the same frame as the current Domane line, with Alloy and Carbon models
The Gravel version subs in wider Schwalbe G-One Allround 700x35c tubeless tires and specific spec builds suitable for offroad use.
Domane SLR 6 Gravel is the flagship for the new collection. It makes use of the same 600 Series OCLV chassis with front and rear IsoSpeed as the Domane SLR 6 Disc.
The bike is finished with Ultegra R8000 mechanical groupset and Bontrager Paradigm Comp tubeless-ready wheelset. The Domane SLR 6 Gravel is available now for $5,999.
The other two bikes in the Domane Gravel collection, the SL 5 Gravel and ALR 5 Disc, follow the same strategy. The $2,499 Domane SL 5 Gravel has a 500 Series OCLV frame with front and rear IsoSpeed, Shimano RS805 hydraulic discs and a Shimano 105 group.
The $1,699 Domane ALR 5 Gravel uses a 200 Series Alpha Aluminum frame. You still get the IsoSpeed on the frame and the IsoSpeed carbon fork, and a Shimano 105 group, but it subs in mechanical Tektro brake calipers.