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Trek Madone SLR Project One Dura Ace R9170 Aero Carbon Disc Road Bike with PM - 58cm

Trek Madone SLR Project One Dura Ace R9170 Aero Carbon Disc Road Bike with PM - 58cm

Regular price £5,499.99 GBP
Regular price Sale price £5,499.99 GBP
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  • 3 Month Warranty
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  • Fully customisable from wheels to groupsets.

Broximo Prestige Steeds presents this Super fast Trek Madone SLR Project One Dura Ace R9170 Disc Carbon Aero Road Race Bike

Size:  58cm but check the geometries or get in touch to confirm whether this bike will fit you.

RRP:  £12,500


  • Frame:  800 Series OCLV Carbon, KVF (Kammtail Virtual Foil) tube shape, adjustable top tube IsoSpeed, invisible cable routing, 3S aero chain keeper, T47 BB, DuoTrap S-compatible, flat-mount disc, 142x12 mm thru axle with Madone KVF full carbon, tapered carbon steerer, invisible cable routing, flat-mount disc, carbon dropouts, 12x100 mm thru axle fork.
  • Gears:  Shimano Dura Ace R9170 Di2 groupset with Dual Sided Shimano Power meter.
  • Brakes:  Shimano Dura Ace R9170 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Wheels:  Bontrager Aeolus XXX 4 Carbon Wheels
  • Tires: Bontrager R4 tyres - will be upgraded at the choice of the buyer included within the price :) 
  • Handlebars:  Trek Madone Aero Carbon Integrated handlebar and stem.
  • Seatpost & Saddle:  Madone aero carbon internal seat mast cap with Bontrager Aeolus Pro carbon rail saddle.


The Trek Madone SLR Disc delivers the speed that its impressive looks suggest, backed up by good handling and, thanks to the new adjustable IsoSpeed decoupler, reasonable smoothness.  Some bikes just look fast, the Madone actually is fast.  Speeding on the Madone SLR really is very addictive. It's impossible to go out for a gentle jaunt. It wants hammer-time all the time.

The Madone's handling is race-focused, as you'd expect. The new H1.5 geometry, which replaces the previous choices of slammed H1 and relaxed H2, is well judged. It provided a comfortable fit with a bit of stretch to the handlebar. 

The IsoSpeed decoupler basically allows the seat tube and seatpost to move independently of the frame in a controlled manner, with a new elastomer bumper to control the rebound. Undo a couple of bolts and you can move a small slider to choose the firm, soft or somewhere-in-between setting.  Does it work? Yes, it does. How much compliance does it actually provide? Trek says: 'Compliance at the saddle of a 56cm frame ranges from approximately 119N/mm to 175N/mm depending on the slider's position. According to these figures, the new Madone is capable of both more compliance (+17%) and less compliance (-22%) than its predecessor.'

It's specced with the sort of kit you'd expect on this level of bike, including the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 groupset, which is flawless and also includes a dual sided power meter.

Bontrager's Aeolus XXX 4 wheels enhance the aerodynamic performance greatly. They look fantastic and they sound great when you sprint the Madone up to speed.

The new two-piece bar and stem allow more fit adjustment than before, with the angle of the handlebar adjustable to suit your preference. The bar is a comfortable shape with the swept back design providing manageable reach to the hoods and drops.  All cables and hoses are routed inside the Madone, right from the front where they are hidden inside the handlebar and stem and into the frame.


This bike is in good condition but does have a few cosmetic blemishes, all of which have been photoed and mostly not noticeable. Mechanically, it functions perfectly with smooth gear shifts and responsive brakes. 
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