Trek's Domane was in secret development for three years. Then, they gave it to Fabian Cancellara to race. It won. Yep, first race out of the box, it took the Strade Bianche. Trek considered every imaginable factor of construction to arrive at the perfect balance of speed, stability, and comfort, and they nailed it. Made from 600 Series OCLV Carbon, it's light; a huge BB and optimized tubes make it stiff; and genius ideas like the IsoZone decoupler and IsoSpeed fork make it compliant. Grand Fondos your thing? The Domane 6.9 is your bike. Long rides on not-so-smooth roads? The Domane. Crushing the competition over Europe's cobbles? Well, that's Fabian's thing. And now it's yours as well.
Venture away from the crowded bike lanes and jump aboard Surly's Midnight Special for a grand adventure on an array of forgotten back roads. The Midnight Special smooths chunky tarmac and bumpy dirt with its vibration-damping Chromoly steel frame and clearance for plump tires, allowing you to chase skyline beyond the city in total comfort. It utilizes modern road standards like flat-mount disc brakes, 12mm front and rear thru-axles, and a 44mm head tube. Couple all that with a 650b x 60mm or 700c x 42cm tire clearance and you have a bike that will withstand evolving trends and standards. Surly deliberately kept the Midnight Special a little leaner on the braze-on side of things. Well, lean for a Surly. It has mounts for racks, fenders, and three water bottles so you can bring what you need for a long road ride, keep your keister dry, and still pee a healthy clear at the end of your ride.
Feel like Fausto Coppi climbing the Dolomites aboard Bianchi's Tipo Corsa. It's a gorgeous chromoly frame with retro graphics, harking back to the golden years with its cream-colored lugs.
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