The new hardware drops about 200g off the bar, putting it in ultra light territory. This is the same weight as Felt's highest-end Devox bar! (Note, I'm using Felt's carbon Devox cups here.)
It's no secret that we love the Trek Speed Concept. But we wanted to see a change in the aerobar clamping hardware. So instead of waiting for Trek to do something, we designed some ourselves. The clamps shown here make the aerobar hardware much sleeker, lighter, and easier to install and adjust. This is the way we think the bar ought to be.
Before we close the books on Galveston, here's one more feature on some of the unique setups we saw out there, including an update to TJ Tollakson's crazy front end.
As if the new Speed Concept wasn't cool enough on its own, Trek has developed additional parts that provide some really nice customization options.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the past year was Trek's launch of a completely new, insanely-improved Speed Concept. Here's our in-depth review of the baddest superbike in town.
The Ironman World Championships are upon us. Here's our first gallery from the island, filled with gear from the race expo.
None of the pros at Boulder 70.3 were riding the new flagship Trek, but we saw this age-grouper rig sitting in transition, and couldn't resist taking a look.
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