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When will 2019 Trek Domane ALR be released?

Old 08-25-18, 10:28 AM
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When will 2019 Trek Domane ALR be released?

There are carbon ones and ALs already available on Trek's website but no ALRs.
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Old 08-25-18, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by milan4ever
There are carbon ones and ALs already available on Trek's website but no ALRs.
My local dealer doesn't think they will. He said he believes that the Checkpoint has taken their place. I am not so sure myself...they aren't in the dealer catalog though.

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Trek for this year redesigned the Emonda ALR for even further refined tube shaping and weight reduction and most know how outstanding the preceding Emonda ALR is.
I prefer the Emonda to the Domane personally because it has a hint more race bike in it but still with a very friendly riding position. The Emonda ALR available in disc and rim is going to be a big seller for Trek. Only Domane I would consider would be the gravel version that comes with 35c tires. If you are going to ride these kind of roads, then than that bike should be given a look but many believe the tire clearance on that bike to be insufficient for true gravel grinding.
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I was just on trek's website and wondering the same thing. I have a 2018 ALR5 Disc and the only thing I long for is a proper rack mount. With compass 700X35 tubeless tires it is really smooth and still fast. The new 105 groupset would be a nice addition.
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I have an 1991 Trek 1200 and have been debating between the ALR5 Domane and Emonda disc models... that makes it easy if there isn't a Domane then I won't have to worry about test riding it.

I guess that puts the CAAD12 disc from Cannondale on the radar.
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Is Trek going to have an ALR 6 model this year?
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Originally Posted by milan4ever
There are carbon ones and ALs already available on Trek's website but no ALRs.
Trek will release no bike before it's time.

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