- Efficient Domane makes the most of every pedal stroke: with incredible power transfer and 30% more lateral stiffness than the competition. No waste, all win.
- Smooth IsoSpeed decoupler Long days and rough roads are no match for IsoSpeed technology. Our innovative decoupler doubles vertical compliance so you ride stronger, longer.
- Stable Balanced, race-stable geometry and integrated chain keeper give Domane extraordinary handling and flawless shifting on any road, under any load.
- Caliper or disc brakes All the stopping power you need, just the way you want it: smooth all-weather discs, or lightweight calipers.
Smoother is faster
What people are saying
5/5 stars: We tore through potholed country lanes in astonishing comfort. The feeling of being isolated from shocks with no adverse effect on pedalling action or steering deflection was uncanny, and the Domane was as fast uphill or on the flat as any superbike we’ve ridden.
Robin Wilmott - BikeRadar.com
Trek Domane 6.9 Project One
With an innovative carbon frame design, closed-cell foam pads, and cushy 25-millimeter tires, the Domane is the fastest and smoothest comfort bike we’ve ever swung a leg over.
Outside's Gear of the Year
The Domane’s thru axels provided stiffness not mythness. What they do not do, is rob the Domane of its vaunted compliance. The reinforcing of forks or stays to handle disc brakes can remove much of their compliance. The Domane disc fork feels just as planted as always laterally, but has the same forgiving feel vertically as the original. Thanks to the ISOSpeed de-coupler Trek never has to worry about putting too much stiffness into the Domane’s rear stays, the de-coupler does the heavy lifting for compliance. With the Domane 6.9 Disc Trek has raised the bar again and built something that riders will really enjoy if embraced. The doors that are opened by road disc brakes fuel the adventure that attracted us to bike riding in the first place, and now with the option of thru axels it may feel like too much too soon, but it’s really the right way to do discs.
Ben Edwards - Peloton Magazine
Trek’s Most Versatile Bike Yet: Domane 6.9 Disc