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New Trek Madone: Everything we know so far

New Trek Madone: Everything we know so far

(Image credit: Getty Images) As riders rolled out of La Voulte-sur-Rhône for Stage 1 of the Critérium du Dauphiné, a brand new Trek Madone was…

Monday, Jun 06

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As riders rolled out of La Voulte-sur-Rhône for Stage 1 of the Critérium du Dauphiné, a brand new Trek Madone was spotted beneath some of the Trek-Segafredo riders, including Toms Skujinš and Jasper Stuyven.

While at first, the bike appeared devoid of any mention of the Madone model name, rumours prior to the race and the bike’s clear aerodynamic intentions gave us all the clues we needed that this was a replacement for the bike that had previously won the 2019 World Championships beneath Mads Pedersen and Milan-San Remo beneath Stuyven.

On closer inspection, the one-piece cockpit had the name of the famous French col – after which the bike is named – across its leading edge, confirming our suspicions. Given the finished, painted, and race-ready state of the bike, it’s not a stretch to assume that the official launch of the Madone is due imminently, perhaps in time for the ever-nearing Tour de France .

So with confirmation that a new Madone is coming, what can we deduce from the photos, and what do we know so far? What do we know about the new Trek Madone?

Second and third in line here, you can see the wild seatpost junction of the new Trek Madone (Image credit: Getty Images) The most noticeable aspect of the bike’s design is the wild-looking junction between the top tube, the seat tube and the seatstays. Thanks to the below images taken by Road.cc , we can see that, put simply, there’s […]

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